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Raktamokshana Remedy In Kushta (Bloodletting)


By Dr Raghuram Y.S. MD (Ay) & Dr Manasa, B.A.M.S
Grasp Charaka emphasizes the administration of Panchakarma measures within the therapy of Kushta – pores and skin problems. Since in Kushta there shall be huge accumulation of the doshas within the system, the illness and its signs shall be cussed to many medicines. The treatment won’t be complete and recurrences are attainable. Due to this fact, the morbid doshas are expelled occasionally i.e., repeated cleaning is important within the therapy protocol of kushta. Every remedy of Panchakarma has its personal utility in numerous stage of the illness and in case of various dosha predominance. Amongst them Raktamokshan – bloodletting too is extremely helpful within the therapy of Kushta.
Learn – Charaka Kushta Nidana: fifth chapter

Raktamokshan – Advantages in kushta

Rakta – blood is without doubt one of the parts concerned within the pathogenesis of kushta. Due to this fact, contamination of blood and this blood afflicting the pores and skin and physique components to an amazing extent is necessary within the causation of pores and skin problems based on Ayurveda. From this attitude bloodletting turns into an necessary remedy within the therapy of kushta.

Indication for raktamokshan

Bloodletting and purgation are crucial therapies within the therapy of pittaja kushta – pores and skin problems attributable to predominant vitiation of pitta. Due to this fact, these therapies shall be most popular when pitta predominant signs are seen in kushta.

Each purgation and bloodletting are helpful together within the therapy of pittaja kushta or selectively administered i.e. both purgation or bloodletting as and when wanted, relying on the choice of the doctor.

Blood and pitta are having residence-resident relationship. Pitta is situated within the blood. Vitiation of pitta would possibly trigger vitiation of blood and vice versa. That is additionally the explanation for administering bloodletting in pitta predominant kushta. Aside from Vatarakta, Kushta is one other situation whereby grasp Charaka has detailed the administration of bloodletting.
Learn – Charak Samhita Kushta Chikitsa – seventh Chapter

Raktamokshanam in Kushta

Prachanna – Within the presence of aggravation of doshas in small amount in kushta or when the doshas are seated in superficial tissues prachanna i.e. scraping of the area must be accomplished. Following this, bloodletting must be accomplished utilizing srnga – horn or alabu – gourd.
Sira vyadha – Alternatively, within the presence of aggravation of doshas in massive amount in kushta or when the doshas are deep seated in deeper tissues bloodletting must be accomplished by venesection technique.
Learn – Blood Letting Remedy – Siravyadha – Astanga Hrudaya Sutrasthana 27

Methodology of Bloodletting in Kushta

In pores and skin problems whereby the lesions are mounted, onerous and round in form, firstly sudation must be administered utilizing prastara (stone slab) or nadi (tubular) types of sudation. Following this, the area must be rubbed utilizing an instrument known as kurcha. Kurcha is a brush formed instrument having sharp and pointed bristles used for rubbing.

After rubbing, the contaminated blood shall be faraway from these areas of kushta. As soon as the contaminated blood has been expelled from the area of kushta the problems get subsided. Following this, the areas are supplied with sudation. For this, the meat of animals and birds residing within the anupa (marshy areas) and audaka (aquatic) areas must be boiled, tied in a bolus and used for offering sudation over the kushta areas.

Following this, to take away the contaminated blood the areas must be scraped utilizing sharp devices. Alternatively when the doctor learns that doshas are aggravated in lesser proportions and are situated superficially, the kushta space must be scraped and the morbid blood eliminated utilizing horn or gourd. When the doshas are aggravated in bigger proportions and situated in deeper tissues venesection must be most popular for bloodletting.
Learn – Raktamokshana Advantages, Varieties, Process, Indications

Lepa after Raktamokshana

Grasp Charaka explains totally different sorts of lepa i.e. medicinal pastes which could be utilized on the areas of the physique by kushta instantly after raktamokshana. Grasp Charaka additionally supplies us with guidelines for software of lepas. Lepas shall be utilized after having cleansed the affected person by administration of therapeutic emesis and purgation and in addition after elimination of morbid blood by means of bloodletting. Solely when the medicinal pastes are utilized after the completion of those therapies, they’d be extremely efficient in treating the pores and skin problems. Which means that bloodletting is without doubt one of the necessary therapies which should be accomplished earlier than administration of medicinal pastes or use of anointments.
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  1. Ayurveda defines raktamokshana as the therapeutic withdrawal of blood from the body. It is the fifth major procedure that is used in Panchakarma therapy. However, raktamokshana is the most limited of the five major procedures. But this therapeutic procedure provides a rapid and sometimes dramatic reduction of symptoms in certain acute disorders especially where time is a critical factor. Comparatively, the other procedures of Panchakarma are much more comprehensive in their scope. The other procedures are also applied after raktamokshana is completed in order to provide deep cleansing of aama from the tissues and thereby remove the actual disease process.https://www.indianetzone.com/21/rakta_mokshana.htm

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