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<big>'''[[Siddhi Sthana]] Chapter 12. Standard administration of best effective therapeutic enema'''</big>
 
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|title =  Uttar Basti Siddhi
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|data5 = [[Sutra Sthana]], [[Nidana Sthana]], [[Vimana Sthana]],  [[Sharira Sthana]],  [[Indriya Sthana]], [[Chikitsa Sthana]], [[Kalpa Sthana]]
 
|data5 = [[Sutra Sthana]], [[Nidana Sthana]], [[Vimana Sthana]],  [[Sharira Sthana]],  [[Indriya Sthana]], [[Chikitsa Sthana]], [[Kalpa Sthana]]
 
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|label6 = Translator and commentator
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|data6 = Singh R., Dixit U., Meena D.K.
 
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|label7 = Reviewer
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|data7  = Thakar A. B., Dixit U., Mhetre R.
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|label8 = Editors
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|data8  = Thakar A. B., Mangalasseri P., Dixit U., Deole Y.S., Basisht G.
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|label9 = Year of publication
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|data9 =  2020
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|label10 = Publisher
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|data10 =  [[Charak Samhita Research, Training and Skill Development Centre]]
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|data11 = [https://doi.org/10.47468/CSNE.2020.e01.s08.013 10.47468/CSNE.2020.e01.s08.013]
 
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<big>'''Abstract </big>'''
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The last chapter of [[Siddhi Sthana]], [[Uttar Basti Siddhi]] emphasizes upon the following:
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#Diet regimen known as ''samsarjana krama'', to be followed after ''samshodhana'' (purification) therapy, in order to achieve normal health by enhancing appetite. Eight impediments occur if the prescribed precautions are not taken after undergoing a purification therapy. Their treatment is described.
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#Understanding the twenty nine ''yapana [[basti]]s'' (a type of therapeutic enema) that are suitable for all persons in all seasons, as well as their ingredients, methods of preparation and benefits.
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#Steps for compiling a treatise that is understandable by most readers by using thirty six ''[[tantrayukti]]s'' (canons of exposition or tricks to understand treatise). Their importance and application is described in some detail in this chapter.
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==[[Siddhi Sthana]] Chapter 12, Chapter on Successful administration of best enema therapy ==
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'''Keywords''': ''Ashta Maha Dosha'', eight impediments, ''Yapana basti'', therapeutic enema, ''[[Tantrayukti]]'', tricks to understand the text.
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=== Abstract ===
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The last chapter of [[Siddhi Sthana]], [[Uttar Basti Siddhi]] emphasizes upon the following:
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#Diet regimen known as ''samsarjana krama'', to be followed after ''samshodhana'' (purification) therapy, in order to achieve normal health by enhancing appetite. Eight impediments occur if the prescribed precautions are not taken after undergoing a purification therapy. Their treatment is described.
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#Understanding the twenty nine ''yapana bastis'' (a type of therapeutic enema) that are suitable for all persons in all seasons, as well as their ingredients, methods of preparation and benefits.
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#Steps for compiling a treatise that is understandable by most readers by using thirty six ''tantra yuktis'' (canons of exposition or tricks to understand treatise). Their importance and application is described in some detail in this chapter.
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'''Keywords''': ''Ashta Maha Dosha'', eight impediments, ''Yapana basti'', therapeutic enema, ''Tantra Yukti'', tricks to understand the text.
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== Introduction ==
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=== Introduction ===
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The ''Samshodhana'' therapy is practiced in different form for the elimination of ''[[dosha]]s'' from different routes. This last section consists of 12 chapters dealing with different procedures like ''[[vamana]]'' (therapeutic emesis), ''[[virechana]]'' (therapeutic purgation) and ''[[basti]]'' (therapeutic enema), etc. for the purification of body. In the entire section, the [[Panchakarma]] therapy regarding its different aspects like methods of preparation used for different procedures, administration, indications, contraindications and complications are described in detail. ''Samshodhana'' (purification) therapy is also used in the healthy state to maintain the health and prevent disease.
The ''Samshodhana'' therapy is practiced in different form for the elimination of ''doshas'' from different routes. This last section consists of 12 chapters dealing with different procedures like ''vamana'' (therapeutic emesis), ''virechana'' (therapeutic purgation) and ''basti'' (therapeutic enema), etc. for the purification of body. In the entire section, the [[Panchakarma]] therapy regarding its different aspects like methods of preparation used for different procedures, administration, indications, contraindications and complications are described in detail. ''Samshodhana'' (purification) therapy is also used in the healthy state to maintain the health and prevent disease.
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The chapter mainly deals with the precautionary measures practiced after [[Panchakarma]] therapy and therapeutic enemas that are good for all persons in all seasons. After [[Panchakarma]] therapy the patient needs special care in terms of diet and life style, in order to achieve positive health after purification. The eight impediments occur after therapy if, patient speaks loud, has jolting, excessive sitting, unwholesome diet and day time sleep etc. These are prohibited after [[Panchakarma]] therapy because they vitiate ''doshas''. These types of improper diet and lifestyle factors vitiate ''vata'' leading to various disorders. ''Basti'' (therapeutic enema) is considered an excellent method for the pacification of ''vata'' and treatment of various ''vata'' dominant disorders. Two hundred and sixteen enemas that are useful for all persons and can be taken in all seasons are described in this chapter.
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The chapter mainly deals with the precautionary measures practiced after [[Panchakarma]] therapy and therapeutic enemas that are good for all persons in all seasons. After [[Panchakarma]] therapy the patient needs special care in terms of diet and lifestyle, in order to achieve positive health after purification. The eight impediments occur after therapy if, patient speaks loud, has jolting, excessive sitting, unwholesome diet and day time sleep etc. These are prohibited after [[Panchakarma]] therapy because they vitiate ''[[dosha]]s''. These types of improper diet and lifestyle factors vitiate ''[[vata]]'' leading to various disorders. ''[[Basti]]'' (therapeutic enema) is considered an excellent method for the pacification of ''[[vata]]'' and treatment of various ''[[vata]]'' dominant disorders. Two hundred and sixteen enemas that are useful for all persons and can be taken in all seasons are described in this chapter.
 
   
 
   
In this concluding chapter, thirty six tricks named ''tantra yukti'' to understand text better are enlisted. These indicate the technical aspect of writing a large text avoiding repetitions, useful cross linkage of texts, remembering the references given earlier and later in the text. These are useful as learning techniques of ancient text.  The chapter concludes with brief description about overall attributes of [[Charak Samhita]] and its constitution.
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In this concluding chapter, thirty six tricks named ''[[tantrayukti]]'' to understand text better are enlisted. These indicate the technical aspect of writing a large text avoiding repetitions, useful cross linkage of texts, remembering the references given earlier and later in the text. These are useful as learning techniques of ancient text.  The chapter concludes with brief description about overall attributes of [[Charak Samhita]] and its constitution.
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===Sanskrit text, Transliteration and English Translation===
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== Sanskrit text, Transliteration and English Translation ==
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अथातउत्तरबस्तिसिद्धिंव्याख्यास्यामः||१||
 
अथातउत्तरबस्तिसिद्धिंव्याख्यास्यामः||१||
    
इतिहस्माहभगवानात्रेयः||२||
 
इतिहस्माहभगवानात्रेयः||२||
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athātauttarabastisiddhiṁvyākhyāsyāmaḥ||1||
 
athātauttarabastisiddhiṁvyākhyāsyāmaḥ||1||
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itihasmAhabhagavAnAtreyaH||2||
 
itihasmAhabhagavAnAtreyaH||2||
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Now I will describe the chapter dealing with the successful application of ''uttara basti'' (medicated preparation for enema). Thus said Lord Atreya. [1-2]
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Now we shall expound the chapter "Uttar Basti Siddhi" (Standard administration of best effective therapeutic enema). Thus said Lord Atreya. [1-2]
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==== Patient’s care after purification therapy ====
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=== Patient’s care after purification therapy ===
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अथस्वल्वातुरंवैद्यःसंशुद्धंवमनादिभिः|
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अथस्वल्वातुरंवैद्यःसंशुद्धंवमनादिभिः|<br />
दुर्बलंकृशमल्पाग्निंमुक्तसन्धानबन्धनम्||३||
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दुर्बलंकृशमल्पाग्निंमुक्तसन्धानबन्धनम्||३||<br />
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निर्हृतानिलविण्मूत्रकफपित्तंकृशाशयम्|
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निर्हृतानिलविण्मूत्रकफपित्तंकृशाशयम्|<br />
शून्यदेहंप्रतीकारासहिष्णुंपरिपालयेत्||४||
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शून्यदेहंप्रतीकारासहिष्णुंपरिपालयेत्||४||<br />
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यथाऽण्डंतरुणंपूर्णंतैलपात्रंयथैव[१]च|
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यथाऽण्डंतरुणंपूर्णंतैलपात्रंयथैव[१]च|<br />
गोपालइवदण्डीगाःसर्वस्मादपचारतः||५||
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गोपालइवदण्डीगाःसर्वस्मादपचारतः||५||<br />
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athasvalvāturaṁvaidyaḥsaṁśuddhaṁvamanādibhiḥ|
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athasvalvāturaṁvaidyaḥsaṁśuddhaṁvamanādibhiḥ|<br />
durbalaṁkr̥śamalpāgniṁmuktasandhānabandhanam||3||
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durbalaṁkr̥śamalpāgniṁmuktasandhānabandhanam||3||<br />
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nirhr̥tānilaviṇmūtrakaphapittaṁkr̥śāśayam|
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nirhr̥tānilaviṇmūtrakaphapittaṁkr̥śāśayam|<br />
śūnyadēhaṁpratīkārāsahiṣṇuṁparipālayēt||4||
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śūnyadēhaṁpratīkārāsahiṣṇuṁparipālayēt||4||<br />
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yathā'ṇḍaṁtaruṇaṁpūrṇaṁtailapātraṁyathaiva[1]ca|
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yathā'ṇḍaṁtaruṇaṁpūrṇaṁtailapātraṁyathaiva[1]ca|<br />
gōpālaivadaṇḍīgāḥsarvasmādapacāratḥ||5||
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gōpālaivadaṇḍīgāḥsarvasmādapacāratḥ||5||<br />
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athasvalvAturaMvaidyaHsaMshuddhaMvamanAdibhiH|
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athasvalvAturaMvaidyaHsaMshuddhaMvamanAdibhiH|<br />
durbalaMkRushamalpAgniMmuktasandhAnabandhanam||3||
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durbalaMkRushamalpAgniMmuktasandhAnabandhanam||3||<br />
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nirhRutAnilaviNmUtrakaphapittaMkRushAshayam|
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nirhRutAnilaviNmUtrakaphapittaMkRushAshayam|<br />
shUnyadehaMpratIkArAsahiShNuMparipAlayet||4||
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shUnyadehaMpratIkArAsahiShNuMparipAlayet||4||<br />
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yathA~aNDaMtaruNaMpUrNaMtailapAtraMyathaiva[1]ca|
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yathA~aNDaMtaruNaMpUrNaMtailapAtraMyathaiva[1]ca|<br />
gopAlaivadaNDIgAHsarvasmAdapacAratH||5||
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gopAlaivadaNDIgAHsarvasmAdapacAratH||5||<br />
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A person, after purification therapies like ''vamana'' and ''virechana'', becomes ''durbala''(weak), ''krisha''(emaciated), has ''alpagni'' (decreased digestive power), ''mukta sandhanabandhan'' (the joints of body become loose), whose ''vata'' (flatus), ''mala'' (stool), ''mutra'' (urine), ''kapha'' and ''pitta'' (body ''doshas'') have been evacuated, visceras, gastro-intestinal tract, urinary and gall bladder and other organ feel like empty. The body becomes free from vitiated ''dosha'' (body humor), ''dhatu'' (tissues) and ''malas'' (wastes). Not able to tolerate any type of therapeutic measures due to excessive weakness, the patient should be protected like "a freshly hatched egg", like a brimful pot of oil or like cattle that are protected by a cowherd with a stick in his hand. The physician should carefully protect the patient from the unwholesome effects of diet and lifestyle, etc. [3-5]
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A person, after purification therapies like ''[[vamana]]'' and ''[[virechana]]'', becomes ''durbala''(weak), ''krisha''(emaciated), has ''alpagni'' (decreased digestive power), ''mukta sandhanabandhan'' (the joints of body become loose), whose ''[[vata]]'' (flatus), ''[[mala]]'' (stool), ''[[mutra]]'' (urine), ''[[kapha]]'' and ''[[pitta]]'' (body ''[[dosha]]s'') have been evacuated, visceras, gastro-intestinal tract, urinary and gall bladder and other organ feel like empty. The body becomes free from vitiated ''[[dosha]]'' (body humor), ''[[dhatu]]'' (tissues) and ''[[mala]]s'' (wastes). Not able to tolerate any type of therapeutic measures due to excessive weakness, the patient should be protected like "a freshly hatched egg", like a brimful pot of oil or like cattle that are protected by a cowherd with a stick in his hand. The physician should carefully protect the patient from the unwholesome effects of diet and lifestyle, etc. [3-5]
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==== Sequence and diet regimen ====
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=== Sequence and diet regimen ===
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अग्निसन्धुक्षणार्थंतुपूर्वंपेयादिनाभिषक्|
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अग्निसन्धुक्षणार्थंतुपूर्वंपेयादिनाभिषक्|<br />
रसोत्तरेणोपचरेत्क्रमेणक्रमकोविदः||६||
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रसोत्तरेणोपचरेत्क्रमेणक्रमकोविदः||६||<br />
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स्निग्धाम्लस्वादुहृद्यानिततोऽम्ललवणौरसौ|
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स्निग्धाम्लस्वादुहृद्यानिततोऽम्ललवणौरसौ|<br />
स्वादुतिक्तौततोभूयःकषायकटुकौततः||७||
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स्वादुतिक्तौततोभूयःकषायकटुकौततः||७||<br />
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अन्योऽन्यप्रत्यनीकानांरसानांस्निग्धरूक्षयोः|
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अन्योऽन्यप्रत्यनीकानांरसानांस्निग्धरूक्षयोः|<br />
व्यत्यासादुपयोगेनप्रकृतिंगमयेद्भिषक्||८||
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व्यत्यासादुपयोगेनप्रकृतिंगमयेद्भिषक्||८||<br />
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agnisandhukṣaṇārthaṁtupūrvaṁpēyādinābhiṣak|
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agnisandhukṣaṇārthaṁtupūrvaṁpēyādinābhiṣak|<br />
rasōttarēṇōpacarētkramēṇakramakōvidaḥ||6||
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rasōttarēṇōpacarētkramēṇakramakōvidaḥ||6||<br />
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snigdhāmlasvāduhr̥dyānitatō'mlalavaṇaurasau|
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snigdhāmlasvāduhr̥dyānitatō'mlalavaṇaurasau|<br />
svādutiktautatōbhūyaḥkaṣāyakaṭukautataḥ||7||
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svādutiktautatōbhūyaḥkaṣāyakaṭukautataḥ||7||<br />
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anyō'nyapratyanīkānāṁrasānāṁsnigdharūkṣayōḥ|
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anyō'nyapratyanīkānāṁrasānāṁsnigdharūkṣayōḥ|<br />
vyatyāsādupayōgēnaprakr̥tiṁgamayēdbhiṣak||8||
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vyatyāsādupayōgēnaprakr̥tiṁgamayēdbhiṣak||8||<br />
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agnisandhukShaNArthaMtupUrvaMpeyAdinAbhiShak|
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agnisandhukShaNArthaMtupUrvaMpeyAdinAbhiShak|<br />
rasottareNopacaretkrameNakramakovidaH||6||
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rasottareNopacaretkrameNakramakovidaH||6||<br />
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snigdhAmlasvAduhRudyAnitato~amlalavaNaurasau|
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snigdhAmlasvAduhRudyAnitato~amlalavaNaurasau|<br />
svAdutiktautatobhUyaHkaShAyakaTukautataH||7||
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svAdutiktautatobhUyaHkaShAyakaTukautataH||7||<br />
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anyo~anyapratyanIkAnAMrasAnAMsnigdharUkShayoH|
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anyo~anyapratyanIkAnAMrasAnAMsnigdharUkShayoH|<br />
vyatyAsAdupayogenaprakRutiMgamayedbhiShak||8||
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vyatyAsAdupayogenaprakRutiMgamayedbhiShak||8||<br />
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For the enhancement of ''agni'' (power of digestion and metabolism), the physician should advise the patient to consume a ''peya'' (thin gruel) and certain dietary preparations (as described earlier in [[Sutra Sthana]]) after ''vamana'' and ''virechana'', followed by ''mamsa rasa'' (meat soup), for the protection of his health. The patient should be given ''snigdha'' (unctous), ''amla'' (sour), ''swadu'' (sweet) and ''hridya'' (pleasing) food. A sequence of ''rasas'' (taste) with sour and salty tastes should be given first, then the food having ''swadu'' (sweet) and ''tikta'' (bitter) taste and lastly the food articles having astringent and pungent tastes should be given.[6-8]
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For the enhancement of ''agni'' (power of digestion and metabolism), the physician should advise the patient to consume a ''peya'' (thin gruel) and certain dietary preparations (as described earlier in [[Sutra Sthana]]) after ''[[vamana]]'' and ''[[virechana]]'', followed by ''[[mamsa rasa]]'' (meat soup), for the protection of his health. The patient should be given ''snigdha'' (unctous), ''amla'' (sour), ''swadu'' (sweet) and ''hridya'' (pleasing) food. A sequence of ''rasas'' (taste) with sour and salty tastes should be given first, then the food having ''swadu'' (sweet) and ''tikta'' (bitter) taste and lastly the food articles having astringent and pungent tastes should be given.[6-8]
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==== Natural state of health after purification ====
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=== Natural state of health after purification ===
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सर्वक्षमोह्यसंसर्गोरतियुक्तःस्थिरेन्द्रियः|
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सर्वक्षमोह्यसंसर्गोरतियुक्तःस्थिरेन्द्रियः|<br />
बलवान्सत्त्वसम्पन्नोविज्ञेयःप्रकृतिंगतः||९||
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बलवान्सत्त्वसम्पन्नोविज्ञेयःप्रकृतिंगतः||९||<br />
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sarvakṣamōhyasaṁsargōratiyuktaḥsthirēndriyaḥ|
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sarvakṣamōhyasaṁsargōratiyuktaḥsthirēndriyaḥ|<br />
balavānsattvasampannōvijñēyaḥprakr̥tiṁgataḥ||9||
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balavānsattvasampannōvijñēyaḥprakr̥tiṁgataḥ||9||<br />
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sarvakShamohyasaMsargoratiyuktaHsthirendriyaH|
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sarvakShamohyasaMsargoratiyuktaHsthirendriyaH|<br />
balavAnsattvasampannovij~jeyaHprakRutiMgataH||9||
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balavAnsattvasampannovij~jeyaHprakRutiMgataH||9||<br />
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A patient is considered  to be in a ''prakritik'' (natural) state of health if he exhibits characteristics such as ''sarvaksham'' (ability to tolerate (and adapt to) various types of diets and lifestyle), ''asamsarga'' (ability to manage natural urges), ''ratiyukta'' (endowed with a zest for life, i.e., is motivated to live), ''sthirendriya'' (has stable (not excited) senses), ''balwaan'' (strength of body and mind) and ''satvasampanna'' (endowed with strong will power).[9]
 
A patient is considered  to be in a ''prakritik'' (natural) state of health if he exhibits characteristics such as ''sarvaksham'' (ability to tolerate (and adapt to) various types of diets and lifestyle), ''asamsarga'' (ability to manage natural urges), ''ratiyukta'' (endowed with a zest for life, i.e., is motivated to live), ''sthirendriya'' (has stable (not excited) senses), ''balwaan'' (strength of body and mind) and ''satvasampanna'' (endowed with strong will power).[9]
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==== Eight impediments ====
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=== Eight impediments ===
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एतांप्रकृतिमप्राप्तःसर्ववर्ज्यानिवर्जयेत्|
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एतांप्रकृतिमप्राप्तःसर्ववर्ज्यानिवर्जयेत्|<br />
महादोषकराण्यष्टाविमानितुविशेषतः||१०||
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महादोषकराण्यष्टाविमानितुविशेषतः||१०||<br />
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उच्चैर्भाष्यंरथक्षोभमविचङ्क्रमणासने|
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उच्चैर्भाष्यंरथक्षोभमविचङ्क्रमणासने|<br />
अजीर्णाहितभोज्येचदिवास्वप्नंसमैथुनम्||११||
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अजीर्णाहितभोज्येचदिवास्वप्नंसमैथुनम्||११||<br />
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तज्जादेहोर्ध्वसर्वाधोमध्यपीडामदोषजाः|
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तज्जादेहोर्ध्वसर्वाधोमध्यपीडामदोषजाः|<br />
श्लेष्मजाःक्षयजाश्चैवव्याध्यःस्युर्यथाक्रमम्||१२||
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श्लेष्मजाःक्षयजाश्चैवव्याध्यःस्युर्यथाक्रमम्||१२||<br />
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ētāṁprakr̥timaprāptaḥsarvavarjyānivarjayēt|
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ētāṁprakr̥timaprāptaḥsarvavarjyānivarjayēt|<br />
mahādōṣakarāṇyaṣṭāvimānituviśēṣataḥ||10||
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mahādōṣakarāṇyaṣṭāvimānituviśēṣataḥ||10||<br />
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uccairbhāṣyaṁrathakṣōbhamavicaṅkramaṇāsanē|
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uccairbhāṣyaṁrathakṣōbhamavicaṅkramaṇāsanē|<br />
ajīrṇāhitabhōjyēcadivāsvapnaṁsamaithunam||11||
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ajīrṇāhitabhōjyēcadivāsvapnaṁsamaithunam||11||<br />
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tajjādēhōrdhvasarvādhōmadhyapīḍāmadōṣajāḥ|
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tajjādēhōrdhvasarvādhōmadhyapīḍāmadōṣajāḥ|<br />
ślēṣmajāḥkṣayajāścaivavyādhyaḥsyuryathākramam||12||
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ślēṣmajāḥkṣayajāścaivavyādhyaḥsyuryathākramam||12||<br />
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etAMprakRutimaprAptaHsarvavarjyAnivarjayet|
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etAMprakRutimaprAptaHsarvavarjyAnivarjayet|<br />
mahAdoShakarANyaShTAvimAnituvisheShataH||10||
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mahAdoShakarANyaShTAvimAnituvisheShataH||10||<br />
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uccairbhAShyaMrathakShobhamavica~gkramaNAsane|
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uccairbhAShyaMrathakShobhamavica~gkramaNAsane|<br />
ajIrNAhitabhojyecadivAsvapnaMsamaithunam||11||
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ajIrNAhitabhojyecadivAsvapnaMsamaithunam||11||<br />
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tajjAdehordhvasarvAdhomadhyapIDAmadoShajAH|
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tajjAdehordhvasarvAdhomadhyapIDAmadoShajAH|<br />
shleShmajAHkShayajAshcaivavyAdhyaHsyuryathAkramam||12||
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shleShmajAHkShayajAshcaivavyAdhyaHsyuryathAkramam||12||<br />
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Until the normal state of health is restored as mentioned above, the patient should avoid all the prohibited activities during that period. He should avoid the following eight dietary and lifestyle activities in particular which are considered very harmful:
 
Until the normal state of health is restored as mentioned above, the patient should avoid all the prohibited activities during that period. He should avoid the following eight dietary and lifestyle activities in particular which are considered very harmful:
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#''Ati-asana'' (excessive /continuous sitting): This causes pain in the middle part of the body;
 
#''Ati-asana'' (excessive /continuous sitting): This causes pain in the middle part of the body;
 
#''Ajirna'' (indigestion) : This cause diseases due to ''ama'' (undigested material)  
 
#''Ajirna'' (indigestion) : This cause diseases due to ''ama'' (undigested material)  
#''Ahita-bhojana'' (intake of unwholesome diet): This causes diseases due to vitiated ''doshas''.
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#''Ahita-bhojana'' (intake of unwholesome diet): This causes diseases due to vitiated ''[[dosha]]s''.
#''Diva-svapna'' (sleeping during day time): This gives rise to diseases due to vitiated ''kapha dosha''
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#''Diva-svapna'' (sleeping during day time): This gives rise to diseases due to vitiated ''[[kapha dosha]]''
 
#''Maithuna'' (sexual intercourse): This cause diseases due to ''dhatu kshaya'' ( wasting/decay of body tissue )
 
#''Maithuna'' (sexual intercourse): This cause diseases due to ''dhatu kshaya'' ( wasting/decay of body tissue )
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तेषांविस्तरतोलिङ्गमेकैकस्यचभेषजम्|
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तेषांविस्तरतोलिङ्गमेकैकस्यचभेषजम्|<br />
यथावत्सम्प्रवक्ष्यामिसिद्धान्बस्तींश्चयापनान्||१३||
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यथावत्सम्प्रवक्ष्यामिसिद्धान्बस्तींश्चयापनान्||१३||<br />
    
तत्रोच्चैर्भाष्यातिभाष्याभ्यांशिरस्तापशङ्खकर्णनिस्तोदश्रोत्रोपरोधमुखतालुकण्ठशोषतैमिर्यपिपासाज्वरतमक-हनुग्रहमन्यास्तम्भनिष्ठीवनोरःपार्श्वशूलस्वरभेदहिक्काश्वासादयःस्युः(१)|
 
तत्रोच्चैर्भाष्यातिभाष्याभ्यांशिरस्तापशङ्खकर्णनिस्तोदश्रोत्रोपरोधमुखतालुकण्ठशोषतैमिर्यपिपासाज्वरतमक-हनुग्रहमन्यास्तम्भनिष्ठीवनोरःपार्श्वशूलस्वरभेदहिक्काश्वासादयःस्युः(१)|
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इत्येवमेभिरष्टभिरपचारैरेतेप्रादुर्भवन्त्युपद्रवाः||१४||
 
इत्येवमेभिरष्टभिरपचारैरेतेप्रादुर्भवन्त्युपद्रवाः||१४||
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tēṣāṁvistaratōliṅgamēkaikasyacabhēṣajam|
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tēṣāṁvistaratōliṅgamēkaikasyacabhēṣajam|<br />
yathāvatsampravakṣyāmisiddhānbastīṁścayāpanān||13||
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yathāvatsampravakṣyāmisiddhānbastīṁścayāpanān||13||<br />
    
tatrōccairbhāṣyātibhāṣyābhyāṁśirastāpaśaṅkhakarṇanistōdaśrōtrōparōdhamukhatālukaṇṭhaśōṣataimiryapipāsājvaratamaka-hanugrahamanyāstambhaniṣṭhīvanōraḥpārśvaśūlasvarabhēdahikkāśvāsādayaḥ syuḥ(1)|
 
tatrōccairbhāṣyātibhāṣyābhyāṁśirastāpaśaṅkhakarṇanistōdaśrōtrōparōdhamukhatālukaṇṭhaśōṣataimiryapipāsājvaratamaka-hanugrahamanyāstambhaniṣṭhīvanōraḥpārśvaśūlasvarabhēdahikkāśvāsādayaḥ syuḥ(1)|
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ityēvamēbhiraṣṭabhirapacārairētēprādurbhavantyupadravāḥ||14||
 
ityēvamēbhiraṣṭabhirapacārairētēprādurbhavantyupadravāḥ||14||
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teShAMvistaratoli~ggamekaikasyacabheShajam|
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teShAMvistaratoli~ggamekaikasyacabheShajam|<br />
yathAvatsampravakShyAmisiddhAnbastIMshcayApanAn||13||
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yathAvatsampravakShyAmisiddhAnbastIMshcayApanAn||13||<br />
    
tatroccairbhAShyAtibhAShyAbhyAMshirastApasha~gkhakarNanistodashrotroparodhamukhatAlukaNThashoShataimiryapipAsAjvaratamaka-hanugrahamanyAstambhaniShThIvanoraHpArshvashUlasvarabhedahikkAshvAsAdayaH syuH(1)|
 
tatroccairbhAShyAtibhAShyAbhyAMshirastApasha~gkhakarNanistodashrotroparodhamukhatAlukaNThashoShataimiryapipAsAjvaratamaka-hanugrahamanyAstambhaniShThIvanoraHpArshvashUlasvarabhedahikkAshvAsAdayaH syuH(1)|
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ityevamebhiraShTabhirapacAraireteprAdurbhavantyupadravAH||14||
 
ityevamebhiraShTabhirapacAraireteprAdurbhavantyupadravAH||14||
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The description of eight type of Impediments:
 
The description of eight type of Impediments:
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Now the details of signs, symptoms, treatment and effective ''yapana bastis'' (medicated enemas) for each impediment are described:
 
Now the details of signs, symptoms, treatment and effective ''yapana bastis'' (medicated enemas) for each impediment are described:
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Due to speaking loudly or in excess before attaining the normal state of health after purification therapy,various diseases like ''shirahstapa'' (headache), ''shankha karna nistod'' (pricking pain in the temporal region and ears), ''shrotovarodha'' (obstruction in channels/deafness), ''mukha talu kantha shosha'' (dryness of mouth and throat), ''timir'' (black out), ''pipasa'' (excussive thirst), ''jwara'' (fever), ''tama'' (feeling like entering into dark), ''hanugrahamanyastmbha'' (spasticity of jaws, torticolis and ptyalism), ''nishthivan urah parshvashula'' (excess sputum and pain in the chest and sides of the chest), ''swarabheda'' (hoarseness of voice), ''hikka'' and ''shwasa'' (hiccup and dyspnea) etc.
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Due to speaking loudly or in excess before attaining the normal state of health after purification therapy,various diseases like ''shirahstapa'' (headache), ''shankha karna nistod'' (pricking pain in the temporal region and ears), ''shrotovarodha'' (obstruction in channels/deafness), ''mukha talu kantha shosha'' (dryness of mouth and throat), ''timir'' (black out), ''pipasa'' (excussive thirst), ''[[jwara]]'' (fever), ''tama'' (feeling like entering into dark), ''hanugrahamanyastmbha'' (spasticity of jaws, torticolis and ptyalism), ''nishthivan urah parshvashula'' (excess sputum and pain in the chest and sides of the chest), ''swarabheda'' (hoarseness of voice), ''hikka'' and ''shwasa'' (hiccup and dyspnea) etc.
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===== Disease cause due to jolting by conveyance =====
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==== Disease cause due to jolting by conveyance ====
    
The inconvenience caused by ''rathakshobha'' (jolting) results into various disorder if practiced after purification therapy, before gaining normal health are ''sandhiparva shaithilya'' (looseness of big and small joints) ''hanu nasa karnashirahshula-toda'' (pain and pricking in jaws, nose, ears and head), ''kukshi kshobha'' (pain the pelvic region), ''aatopa'' (meteorism), ''antrakujana'' (gurgling in intestines) and ''adhmana'' (flatulence), ''hridayendriyoparodha'' (congestion in heart region and senses), ''sphik, parshva, vankshana, vrushana, kati,'' ''prishtha vedana'' (pain in the hips, sides of the chest, groin, scrotum, waist and back) ''sandhi-skandha-greeva dourbalya'' (weakness of joints, shoulders and neck), ''angabhitapa'' (burning sensation in limbs), ''pada shotha, praswapa, harshabadaya'' (edema, numbness and tingling sensation in feet), etc.
 
The inconvenience caused by ''rathakshobha'' (jolting) results into various disorder if practiced after purification therapy, before gaining normal health are ''sandhiparva shaithilya'' (looseness of big and small joints) ''hanu nasa karnashirahshula-toda'' (pain and pricking in jaws, nose, ears and head), ''kukshi kshobha'' (pain the pelvic region), ''aatopa'' (meteorism), ''antrakujana'' (gurgling in intestines) and ''adhmana'' (flatulence), ''hridayendriyoparodha'' (congestion in heart region and senses), ''sphik, parshva, vankshana, vrushana, kati,'' ''prishtha vedana'' (pain in the hips, sides of the chest, groin, scrotum, waist and back) ''sandhi-skandha-greeva dourbalya'' (weakness of joints, shoulders and neck), ''angabhitapa'' (burning sensation in limbs), ''pada shotha, praswapa, harshabadaya'' (edema, numbness and tingling sensation in feet), etc.
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===== Disease due to excessive walking =====
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==== Disease due to excessive walking ====
    
Before regaining normal health after the purification therapy excessive walking causes ''shula'' ( pain in the feet, calf regions, thighs, knees, groins, waist and back), ''sakthi sada nistoda'' (asthenia and pricking pain in legs), ''pidikodveshtana'' (cramps in the calf muscles) ''angamarda'' (malaise), ''amsabhitap'' (burning sensation in the shoulders), ''siradhamniharsha'' (swelling of the veins and arteries) ''shwasa, kasa'' (dyspnea and cough) and such other complications.
 
Before regaining normal health after the purification therapy excessive walking causes ''shula'' ( pain in the feet, calf regions, thighs, knees, groins, waist and back), ''sakthi sada nistoda'' (asthenia and pricking pain in legs), ''pidikodveshtana'' (cramps in the calf muscles) ''angamarda'' (malaise), ''amsabhitap'' (burning sensation in the shoulders), ''siradhamniharsha'' (swelling of the veins and arteries) ''shwasa, kasa'' (dyspnea and cough) and such other complications.
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===== Disease due to constant sitting =====
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==== Disease due to constant sitting ====
    
Before regaining normal health after the purification therapy excessive/constant sitting causes ''sphik, parshva, vankshana, vrihana, kati, prushtha vedana'' (pain in the hips, sides of the chest, groins, scrotum, waist and back) and diseases that are described earlier in case of jolting.
 
Before regaining normal health after the purification therapy excessive/constant sitting causes ''sphik, parshva, vankshana, vrihana, kati, prushtha vedana'' (pain in the hips, sides of the chest, groins, scrotum, waist and back) and diseases that are described earlier in case of jolting.
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===== Disease due to ''ajeerna'' and ''adhyashana'' (indigestion/ eating before the digestion of previous food) =====
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==== Disease due to ''ajeerna'' and ''adhyashana'' (indigestion/ eating before the digestion of previous food) ====
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Before attaining the normal health after the purification therapy, ''ajeerna'' (indigestion) and ''adhyashana'' (intake of food before the digestion of previous meal) results in to various health problems like ''mukhshosha'' (dryness of the mouth), ''adhmana'' (flatulence), ''shola nistoda'' (colicky and pricking pain), ''pipasa''(thirst), ''gatrasad'' (bodyache), ''chhardi'' (vomiting), ''atisara'' (diarrhea), ''murchha'' (fainting), ''jwara'' (fever), ''pravahana'' (gripping pain) and ''ama-visha'' (food poisoning due to ''ama'') and such other complications.
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Before attaining the normal health after the purification therapy, ''ajeerna'' (indigestion) and ''adhyashana'' (intake of food before the digestion of previous meal) results in to various health problems like ''mukhshosha'' (dryness of the mouth), ''adhmana'' (flatulence), ''shola nistoda'' (colicky and pricking pain), ''pipasa''(thirst), ''gatrasad'' (bodyache), ''chhardi'' (vomiting), ''atisara'' (diarrhea), ''murchha'' (fainting), ''[[jwara]]'' (fever), ''pravahana'' (gripping pain) and ''ama-visha'' (food poisoning due to ''ama'') and such other complications.
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===== Disease due to ''vishama'' and ''ahitbhojana'' (irregular and unwholesome diet) =====
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==== Disease due to ''vishama'' and ''ahitbhojana'' (irregular and unwholesome diet) ====
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Irregular and unwholesome food is strictly prohibited before attaining the normal state of health. If it is not followed, health problems like ''aruchi'' (lack of desire for taking food), ''durbalta'' (weakness), ''vaivarnya'' (discoloration of the skin), ''kandu'' (itching), ''pama'' (scabies) and ''gatravasada'' (prostration of the body and ''grahani'' (sprue like disease, ''arsha'' (piles) and other diseases caused due to the vitiation and aggravation of ''vata''.
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Irregular and unwholesome food is strictly prohibited before attaining the normal state of health. If it is not followed, health problems like ''aruchi'' (lack of desire for taking food), ''durbalta'' (weakness), ''vaivarnya'' (discoloration of the skin), ''kandu'' (itching), ''pama'' (scabies) and ''gatravasada'' (prostration of the body and ''grahani'' (sprue like disease, ''arsha'' (piles) and other diseases caused due to the vitiation and aggravation of ''[[vata]]''.
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===== Disorders due to day time sleep =====
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==== Disorders due to day time sleep ====
    
Before regaining normal health after purification therapy day time sleep causes disorders like ''arochak'' (anorexia), ''avipaka'' (indigestion) and ''agninasha'' (suppression of the power of digestion), ''staimitya'' (feeling like body is covered with wet cloths), ''pandu'' (anemea), ''kandu'' (itching), ''pama'' and ''daha'' (scabies and burning sensation), ''chhardi'' (vomiting) ''angamarda'' (malaise), ''hridsthambh'' (impairment of the cardiac function), ''jadya'' (stiffness), ''tandra'' (drowsiness) ''nidra'' (sleep), ''prasamga granthi'' (appearance of nodular swelling), ''dourbalya'' (weakness), ''raktamutrakshi'' (red coloration of urine and eyes), ''talulepa'' (coating of the palate).
 
Before regaining normal health after purification therapy day time sleep causes disorders like ''arochak'' (anorexia), ''avipaka'' (indigestion) and ''agninasha'' (suppression of the power of digestion), ''staimitya'' (feeling like body is covered with wet cloths), ''pandu'' (anemea), ''kandu'' (itching), ''pama'' and ''daha'' (scabies and burning sensation), ''chhardi'' (vomiting) ''angamarda'' (malaise), ''hridsthambh'' (impairment of the cardiac function), ''jadya'' (stiffness), ''tandra'' (drowsiness) ''nidra'' (sleep), ''prasamga granthi'' (appearance of nodular swelling), ''dourbalya'' (weakness), ''raktamutrakshi'' (red coloration of urine and eyes), ''talulepa'' (coating of the palate).
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===== Disorders due to ''vyavaya'' (sexual intercourse) =====
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==== Disorders due to ''vyavaya'' (sexual intercourse) ====
    
Indulgence in the sexual intercourse without restoration of normal health after purification therapy causes various disorders such as sudden loss of strength, ''urusad'' (prostration of thighs) headache, pain in the region of urinary bladder, anus, phallus, groins, thighs, knees, calf muscles and feet), ''hridayaspandan'' (palpitation), ''netrapeeda'' (pain in the eyes), ''angashethilya'' (asthenia), ''shukra marga shonita gaman'' (bleeding through the seminal rout), ''kasa'' (cough), ''shwas'' (dyspnoea), ''shonita shthivan'' (hemoptysis) and ''swaravsada'' (asthenia of the voice), ''katidourbalya'' (weakness of lumbosacral region), ''ekanga sarvanga'' (paralysis of  part or the whole body), ''muskshvayatu'' (edema in the scrotum/hydrocele), ''vata-varchas-mutra sanga'' (retention of flatus, stool and urine), ''sukravisarga'' (excessive discharge of semen), ''jadya-vepathu-badhirya-vishada'' (numbness, trembling, deafness and depression etc.), ''avalupyata iva guda'' (piercing pain in anus), ''tadyata iva medhram'' (cutting pain in the phallus), ''avaseedat iva mana'' (feeling like mind is shrinking), ''veptehridyam'' (trembling of the heart), ''peedyante sandhi'' (pain in joints), ''tamapravesha'' (feeling like entering into the darkness.) [14/8]
 
Indulgence in the sexual intercourse without restoration of normal health after purification therapy causes various disorders such as sudden loss of strength, ''urusad'' (prostration of thighs) headache, pain in the region of urinary bladder, anus, phallus, groins, thighs, knees, calf muscles and feet), ''hridayaspandan'' (palpitation), ''netrapeeda'' (pain in the eyes), ''angashethilya'' (asthenia), ''shukra marga shonita gaman'' (bleeding through the seminal rout), ''kasa'' (cough), ''shwas'' (dyspnoea), ''shonita shthivan'' (hemoptysis) and ''swaravsada'' (asthenia of the voice), ''katidourbalya'' (weakness of lumbosacral region), ''ekanga sarvanga'' (paralysis of  part or the whole body), ''muskshvayatu'' (edema in the scrotum/hydrocele), ''vata-varchas-mutra sanga'' (retention of flatus, stool and urine), ''sukravisarga'' (excessive discharge of semen), ''jadya-vepathu-badhirya-vishada'' (numbness, trembling, deafness and depression etc.), ''avalupyata iva guda'' (piercing pain in anus), ''tadyata iva medhram'' (cutting pain in the phallus), ''avaseedat iva mana'' (feeling like mind is shrinking), ''veptehridyam'' (trembling of the heart), ''peedyante sandhi'' (pain in joints), ''tamapravesha'' (feeling like entering into the darkness.) [14/8]
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Hence the disorders caused due to eight types of impediments are described in detail. [13-14]
 
Hence the disorders caused due to eight types of impediments are described in detail. [13-14]
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==== Treatment of these impediments ====
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=== Treatment of these impediments ===
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तेषांसिद्धिः-तत्रोच्चैर्भाष्यातिभाष्यजानामभ्यङ्गस्वेदोपनाहधूमनस्योपरिभक्तस्नेहपानरसक्षीरादिर्वातहरःसर्वोविधिर्मौनंच(१)|
 
तेषांसिद्धिः-तत्रोच्चैर्भाष्यातिभाष्यजानामभ्यङ्गस्वेदोपनाहधूमनस्योपरिभक्तस्नेहपानरसक्षीरादिर्वातहरःसर्वोविधिर्मौनंच(१)|
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मैथुनजानांजीवनीयसिद्धयोःक्षीरसर्पिषोरुपयोगः,तथावातहराःस्वेदाभ्यङ्गोपनाहावृष्याश्चाहाराःस्नेहाःस्नेहविधयोयापनाबस्तयोऽनुवासनंच;
 
मैथुनजानांजीवनीयसिद्धयोःक्षीरसर्पिषोरुपयोगः,तथावातहराःस्वेदाभ्यङ्गोपनाहावृष्याश्चाहाराःस्नेहाःस्नेहविधयोयापनाबस्तयोऽनुवासनंच;
 
मूत्रवैकृतबस्तिशूलेषुचोत्तरबस्तिर्विदारीगन्धादिगणजीवनीयक्षीरसंसिद्धंतैलंस्यात्||१५||
 
मूत्रवैकृतबस्तिशूलेषुचोत्तरबस्तिर्विदारीगन्धादिगणजीवनीयक्षीरसंसिद्धंतैलंस्यात्||१५||
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tēṣāṁsiddhiḥ-tatrōccairbhāṣyātibhāṣyajānāmabhyaṅgasvēdōpanāhadhūmanasyōparibhaktasnēhapānarasakṣīrādirvātaharaḥsarvōvidhirmaunaṁca(1)|
 
tēṣāṁsiddhiḥ-tatrōccairbhāṣyātibhāṣyajānāmabhyaṅgasvēdōpanāhadhūmanasyōparibhaktasnēhapānarasakṣīrādirvātaharaḥsarvōvidhirmaunaṁca(1)|
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cAhArAHsnehAHsnehavidhayoyApanAbastayo~anuvAsanaMca;mUtravaikRutabastishUleShucottarabastirvidArIgandhAdigaNajIvanIyakShIrasaMsiddhaMtailaMsyAt||15||
 
cAhArAHsnehAHsnehavidhayoyApanAbastayo~anuvAsanaMca;mUtravaikRutabastishUleShucottarabastirvidArIgandhAdigaNajIvanIyakShIrasaMsiddhaMtailaMsyAt||15||
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The treatment of eight type of Impediments-
 
The treatment of eight type of Impediments-
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Apart from the various disorders and their characteristics, the successful treatment of the same is described.
 
Apart from the various disorders and their characteristics, the successful treatment of the same is described.
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===== Treatment of the various disorders caused due loud and excessive speech =====
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==== Treatment of the various disorders caused due loud and excessive speech ====
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The disorders caused due loud and excessive speech can be cured by all the ''vata shamaka'' (''vayu''-alleviating) measures along with the methods like ''abhyanga'' (massage), ''sweda'' (fomentation), ''upanaha'' (application of hot poultices), ''dhuma'' (smoking therapy), ''nasya'' (inhalation therapy), ''upari-bhakta sneha-pana'' (intake of medicated ghee after the meal), ''ksheera'' (intake of milk), and ''moun'' (maintenance of silence), etc.
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The disorders caused due loud and excessive speech can be cured by all the ''[[vata]] shamaka'' (''vayu''-alleviating) measures along with the methods like ''abhyanga'' (massage), ''sweda'' (fomentation), ''upanaha'' (application of hot poultices), ''dhuma'' (smoking therapy), ''[[nasya]]'' (inhalation therapy), ''upari-bhakta sneha-pana'' (intake of medicated ghee after the meal), ''ksheera'' (intake of milk), and ''moun'' (maintenance of silence), etc.
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===== Treatment of the various disorders caused due to jolting, excessive walking and prolong sitting =====
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==== Treatment of the various disorders caused due to jolting, excessive walking and prolong sitting ====
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The disorder caused due to jolting, long walking and prolonged sitting can be cured by the vata shamaka (vayu-alleviating) ahar (diet) vihar (life style) aushadha therapies like oleation, fomentation, etc. The patient should avoid vata vitiating factors.
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The disorder caused due to jolting, long walking and prolonged sitting can be cured by the [[vata]] shamaka (vayu-alleviating) ahar (diet) vihar (life style) aushadha therapies like oleation, fomentation, etc. The patient should avoid vata vitiating factors.
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===== Treatment of disorders Caused by ''Ajeerna'' and ''Adhyashana'' (Indigestion and frequent eating) =====
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==== Treatment of disorders Caused by ''Ajeerna'' and ''Adhyashana'' (Indigestion and frequent eating) ====
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Indigestion and taking food before the previous meal is digested can be cured by the methods like ''vamana'' (emesis) ''ruksha-sweda'' (dry fomentation). Use of drugs which produce ''langhaniya'' (lightening effect), ''pachaniya'' (which digest ''ama''/undigested food materials) and ''dipaniya'' (stimulant of digestive power) effect.
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Indigestion and taking food before the previous meal is digested can be cured by the methods like ''[[vamana]]'' (emesis) ''ruksha-sweda'' (dry fomentation). Use of drugs which produce ''langhaniya'' (lightening effect), ''pachaniya'' (which digest ''ama''/undigested food materials) and ''dipaniya'' (stimulant of digestive power) effect.
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===== Treatment of disorder caused ''vishama'' and ''ahitshana'' (irregular and unwholesome diet) =====
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==== Treatment of disorder caused ''vishama'' and ''ahitshana'' (irregular and unwholesome diet) ====
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The of disorder caused due to ''vishama'' and ''ahitashana'' (irregular and unwholesome diet) can be cured by the pacifying respective vitiated ''doshas'' by respective diet drug and lifestyle.
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The disorder caused due to ''vishama'' and ''ahitashana'' (irregular and unwholesome diet) can be cured by the pacifying respective vitiated ''[[dosha]]s'' by respective diet drug and lifestyle.
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===== Treatment of disorders caused due to day time sleeping =====
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==== Treatment of disorders caused due to day time sleeping ====
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The treatment of disorders caused due to day time sleep should be treated by all the ''kapha''-alleviating measures including the diet drug and lifestyle by the following methods like ''dhuma-pana'' (medicated smoking), ''langhana'' (fasting or taking liquid diet), ''vamana'' (emesis), ''shiro-virechana'' (therapy of elimination of ''doshas'' from the head), ''vyayama'' (exercise), ''ruksha-asana'' (taking of dry diet), ''arishta'' (fermented syrup like preparations ), ''dipaniya'' (intake digestive stimulant), and ''pragharshana'' (friction massage), ''unmardana'' (kneading the body) ''parisechana'' (hot liquid fomentation).
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The treatment of disorders caused due to day time sleep should be treated by all the ''[[kapha]]''-alleviating measures including the diet drug and lifestyle by the following methods like ''dhuma-pana'' (medicated smoking), ''[[langhana]]'' (fasting or taking liquid diet), ''[[vamana]]'' (emesis), ''shiro-virechana'' (therapy of elimination of ''[[dosha]]s'' from the head), ''[[vyayama]]'' (exercise), ''ruksha-asana'' (taking of dry diet), ''arishta'' (fermented syrup like preparations ), ''dipaniya'' (intake digestive stimulant), and ''pragharshana'' (friction massage), ''unmardana'' (kneading the body) ''parisechana'' (hot liquid fomentation).
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===== Treatment of disorders caused by sexual intercourse =====
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==== Treatment of disorders caused by sexual intercourse ====
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The health hazards caused due sexual intercourse should be treated by the administration of milk and ghee cooked by adding drugs belonging to ''jivaniya'' group, i.e., ''jivaka, rishabhaka, meda, maha-meda, kakoli, kshira-kakoli, mudga-parni, masha-parni, jivanti'' and ''madhuka'' ([[Sutra Sthana]] 4:9:1), (administration of fomentation, massage and ''upanaha'' (application of hot poultice) which pacify the ''vata dosha'' (taking food which promote virility like milk, intake of unctuous food and application of unctuous therapies), ''yapana'' and ''anuvasana basti'' (medicated enema which pacify ''vata''). If there are urinary morbidities, and pain in the region of urinary bladder, then ''uttara-basti'' (urethral douche) should be given with oil cooked by adding milk boiled with ''vidari-gandhadi'' and ''jivaniya'' (groups of drugs which promoting vitality Ch.Su.5). [15]
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The health hazards caused due sexual intercourse should be treated by the administration of milk and ghee cooked by adding drugs belonging to ''jivaniya'' group, i.e., ''jivaka, rishabhaka, meda, maha-meda, kakoli, kshira-kakoli, mudga-parni, masha-parni, jivanti'' and ''madhuka'' ([[Sutra Sthana]] 4:9:1), (administration of fomentation, massage and ''upanaha'' (application of hot poultice) which pacify the ''[[vata dosha]]'' (taking food which promote virility like milk, intake of unctuous food and application of unctuous therapies), ''yapana'' and ''anuvasana [[basti]]'' (medicated enema which pacify ''[[vata]]''). If there are urinary morbidities, and pain in the region of urinary bladder, then ''uttara-[[basti]]'' (urethral douche) should be given with oil cooked by adding milk boiled with ''vidari-gandhadi'' and ''jivaniya'' (groups of drugs which promoting vitality Ch.Su.5). [15]
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==== ''Yapana basti'' ====
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=== ''Yapana basti'' ===
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यापनाश्चबस्तयःसर्वकालंदेयाः;तानुपदेक्ष्यामः
 
यापनाश्चबस्तयःसर्वकालंदेयाः;तानुपदेक्ष्यामः
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मुस्तोशीरबलारग्वधरास्नामञ्जिष्ठाकटुरोहिणीत्रायमाणापुनर्नवाबिभीतकगुडूचीस्थिरादिपञ्चमूलानिपलिकानिखण्डशःक्लृप्तान्यष्टौचमदनफलानिप्रक्षाल्यजलाढकेपरिक्वाथ्यपादशेषोरसःक्षीरद्विप्रस्थसंयुक्तःपुनःशृतःक्षीरावशे
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मुस्तोशीरबलारग्वधरास्नामञ्जिष्ठाकटुरोहिणीत्रायमाणापुनर्नवाबिभीतकगुडूचीस्थिरादिपञ्चमूलानिपलिकानिखण्डशःक्लृप्तान्यष्टौचमदनफलानिप्रक्षाल्यजलाढके
 
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परिक्वाथ्यपादशेषोरसःक्षीरद्विप्रस्थसंयुक्तःपुनःशृतःक्षीरावशेषःपादजाङ्गलरसस्तुल्यमधुघृतःशतकुसुमामधुककुटजफलरसाञ्जनप्रियङ्गुकल्कीकृतः
षःपादजाङ्गलरसस्तुल्यमधुघृतःशतकुसुमामधुककुटजफलरसाञ्जनप्रियङ्गुकल्कीकृतःससैन्धवःसुखोष्णोबस्तिःशुक्रमांसबलजननःक्षतक्षीणकासगुल्मशूलविषमज्वरब्रध्न(वर्ध्म)
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ससैन्धवःसुखोष्णोबस्तिःशुक्रमांसबलजननःक्षतक्षीणकासगुल्मशूलविषमज्वरब्रध्न(वर्ध्म)
    
-कुण्डलोदावर्तकुक्षिशूलमूत्रकृच्छ्रासृग्रजोविसर्पप्रवाहिकाशिरोरुजा-जानूरुजङ्घाबस्तिग्रहाश्मर्युन्मादार्शःप्रमेहाध्मानवातरक्तपित्तश्लेष्मव्याधिहरःसद्योबलजननोरसायनश्चेति(१)|
 
-कुण्डलोदावर्तकुक्षिशूलमूत्रकृच्छ्रासृग्रजोविसर्पप्रवाहिकाशिरोरुजा-जानूरुजङ्घाबस्तिग्रहाश्मर्युन्मादार्शःप्रमेहाध्मानवातरक्तपित्तश्लेष्मव्याधिहरःसद्योबलजननोरसायनश्चेति(१)|
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बलामधुकविदारीदर्भमूलमृद्वीकायवैःकषायमाजेनपयसापक्त्वामधुकमदनकल्कितंसमधुघृतसैन्धवंज्वरार्तेभ्योबस्तिंदद्यात्(१०)|
 
बलामधुकविदारीदर्भमूलमृद्वीकायवैःकषायमाजेनपयसापक्त्वामधुकमदनकल्कितंसमधुघृतसैन्धवंज्वरार्तेभ्योबस्तिंदद्यात्(१०)|
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शालिपर्णीपृश्निपर्णीगोक्षुरकमूलकाश्मर्यपरूषकखर्जूरफलमधूकपुष्पैरजाक्षीरजलप्रस्थाभ्यांसिद्धःकषायःपिप्पलीमधुकोत्पलकल्कितःसघृतसैन्धवःक्षीणेन्द्रियविषमज्वरकर्शितस्यबस्तिःशस्तः(११)|
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शालिपर्णीपृश्निपर्णीगोक्षुरकमूलकाश्मर्यपरूषकखर्जूरफलमधूकपुष्पैरजाक्षीरजलप्रस्थाभ्यांसिद्धःकषायःपिप्पलीमधुकोत्पलकल्कितः
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सघृतसैन्धवःक्षीणेन्द्रियविषमज्वरकर्शितस्यबस्तिःशस्तः(११)|
    
स्थिरादिपञ्चमूलीपञ्चपलेनशालिषष्टिकयवगोधूममाषपञ्चप्रसृतेनछागंपयःशृतंपादशेषंकुक्कुटाण्डरससममधुघृतशर्करासैन्धवसौवर्चलयुक्तोवस्तिर्वृष्यतमोबलवर्णजननश्च[५]|
 
स्थिरादिपञ्चमूलीपञ्चपलेनशालिषष्टिकयवगोधूममाषपञ्चप्रसृतेनछागंपयःशृतंपादशेषंकुक्कुटाण्डरससममधुघृतशर्करासैन्धवसौवर्चलयुक्तोवस्तिर्वृष्यतमोबलवर्णजननश्च[५]|
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कल्पश्चैषशिखिगोनर्दहंससारसाण्डरसेषुस्यात्||१७||
 
कल्पश्चैषशिखिगोनर्दहंससारसाण्डरसेषुस्यात्||१७||
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yāpanāścabastayaḥsarvakālaṁdēyāḥ;tānupadēkṣyāmaḥ
 
yāpanāścabastayaḥsarvakālaṁdēyāḥ;tānupadēkṣyāmaḥ
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atamaḥ(9)|
 
atamaḥ(9)|
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balāmadhukavidārīdarbhamūlamr̥dvīkāyavaiḥkaṣāyamājēnapayasāpaktvāmadhukamadanakalkitaṁsamadhughr̥tasaindhavaṁjvarārtēbhyōbastiṁdadyāt(10)|
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balāmadhukavidārīdarbhamūlamr̥dvīkāyavaiḥkaṣāyamājēnapayasāpaktvāmadhukamadanakalkitaṁsamadhughr̥ta
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saindhavaṁjvarārtēbhyōbastiṁdadyāt(10)|
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śāliparṇīpr̥śniparṇīgōkṣurakamūlakāśmaryaparūṣakakharjūraphalamadhūkapuṣpairajākṣīrajalaprasthābhyāṁsiddhaḥkaṣāyaḥpippalīmadhukōtpalakalkitaḥ
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śāliparṇīpr̥śniparṇīgōkṣurakamūlakāśmaryaparūṣakakharjūraphalamadhūkapuṣpairajākṣīrajalaprasthābhyāṁsiddhaḥkaṣāyaḥ
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pippalīmadhukōtpalakalkitaḥ
    
saghr̥tasaindhavaḥkṣīṇēndriyaviṣamajvarakarśitasyabastiḥśastaḥ(11)|
 
saghr̥tasaindhavaḥkṣīṇēndriyaviṣamajvarakarśitasyabastiḥśastaḥ(11)|
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sthirādipañcamūlīpañcapalēnaśāliṣaṣṭikayavagōdhūmamāṣapañcaprasr̥tēnachāgaṁpayaḥśr̥taṁpādaśēṣaṁkukkuṭāṇḍarasasamamadhughr̥taśarkarāsaindhavasau
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sthirādipañcamūlīpañcapalēnaśāliṣaṣṭikayavagōdhūmamāṣapañcaprasr̥tēnachāgaṁpayaḥśr̥taṁpādaśēṣaṁkukkuṭāṇḍarasasamamadhu
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ghr̥taśarkarāsaindhavasau
    
varcalayuktōvastirvr̥ṣyatamōbalavarṇajananaśca[5]|
 
varcalayuktōvastirvr̥ṣyatamōbalavarṇajananaśca[5]|
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yApanAshcabastayaHsarvakAlaMdeyAH;tAnupadekShyAmaH
 
yApanAshcabastayaHsarvakAlaMdeyAH;tAnupadekShyAmaH
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mustoshIrabalAragvadharAsnAma~jjiShThAkaTurohiNItrAyamANApunarnavAbibhItakaguDUcIsthirAdipa~jcamUlAnipalikAnikhaNDashaHklRuptAnyaShTaucamada
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mustoshIrabalAragvadharAsnAma~jjiShThAkaTurohiNItrAyamANApunarnavAbibhItakaguDUcIsthirAdipa~jcamUlAni
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palikAnikhaNDashaHklRuptAnyaShTaucamada
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naphalAniprakShAlyajalADhakeparikvAthyapAdasheShorasaHkShIradviprasthasaMyuktaHpunaHshRutaHkShIrAvasheShaHpAdajA~ggalarasastulyamadhughRutaH
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naphalAniprakShAlyajalADhakeparikvAthyapAdasheShorasaHkShIradviprasthasaMyuktaHpunaHshRutaHkShIrAvasheShaH
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pAdajA~ggalarasastulyamadhughRutaH
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shatakusumAmadhukakuTajaphalarasA~jjanapriya~ggukalkIkRutaHsasaindhavaHsukhoShNobastiHshukramAMsabalajananaHkShatakShINakAsagulmashUlaviSham
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shatakusumAmadhukakuTajaphalarasA~jjanapriya~ggukalkIkRutaHsasaindhavaHsukhoShNobastiHshukramAMsabalajananaHk
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ShatakShINakAsagulmashUlaviSham
    
ajvarabradhna(vardhma)-kuNDalodAvartakukShishUlamUtrakRucchrAsRugrajovisarpapravAhikAshirorujA-
 
ajvarabradhna(vardhma)-kuNDalodAvartakukShishUlamUtrakRucchrAsRugrajovisarpapravAhikAshirorujA-
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jAnUruja~gghAbastigrahAshmaryunmAdArshaHpramehAdhmAnavAtaraktapittashleShmavyAdhiharaHsadyobalajananorasAyanashceti(1)|
 
jAnUruja~gghAbastigrahAshmaryunmAdArshaHpramehAdhmAnavAtaraktapittashleShmavyAdhiharaHsadyobalajananorasAyanashceti(1)|
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eraNDamUlapalAshAtShaTpalaMshAliparNIpRushniparNIbRuhatIkaNTakArikAgokShurakorAsnA~ashvagandhAguDUcIvarShAbhUrAragvadhodevadArvitipalikAnikh
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eraNDamUlapalAshAtShaTpalaMshAliparNIpRushniparNIbRuhatIkaNTakArikAgokShurakorAsnA~ashvagandhAguDUcI
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varShAbhUrAragvadhodevadArvitipalikAnikh
    
aNDashaHklRuptAniphalAnicAShTauprakShAlyajalADhakekShIrapAdepacet|
 
aNDashaHklRuptAniphalAnicAShTauprakShAlyajalADhakekShIrapAdepacet|
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pAdasheShaMkaShAyaMpUtaMshatakusumAkuShThamustapippalIhapuShAbilvavacAvatsakaphalarasA~jjanapriya~gguyavAniprakShepakalkitaM[1]
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pAdasheShaMkaShAyaMpUtaMshatakusumAkuShThamustapippalIhapuShAbilvavacAvatsakaphalarasA~jjana
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priya~gguyavAniprakShepakalkitaM[1]
    
madhughRutatailasaindhavayuktaMsukhoShNaMnirUhamekaMdvautrInvAdadyAt|
 
madhughRutatailasaindhavayuktaMsukhoShNaMnirUhamekaMdvautrInvAdadyAt|
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tathAbRuhatIkaNTakArIshatAvarIcchinnaruhAshRutenapayasAmadhukamadanapippalIkalkitenapUrvavadvastiH(4)|
 
tathAbRuhatIkaNTakArIshatAvarIcchinnaruhAshRutenapayasAmadhukamadanapippalIkalkitenapUrvavadvastiH(4)|
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tathAbalAtibalAvidArIshAliparNIpRushniparNIbRuhatIkaNTakArikAdarbhamUlaparUShakakAshmaryabilvaphalayavasiddhenapayasAmadhukamadanakalkitenam
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tathAbalAtibalAvidArIshAliparNIpRushniparNIbRuhatIkaNTakArikAdarbhamUlaparUShakakAshmaryabilvaphala
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yavasiddhenapayasAmadhukamadanakalkitenam
    
adhughRutasauvarcalayuktenakAsajvaragulmaplIhArditastrImadyakliShTAnAMsadyobalajananorasAyanashca(5)|
 
adhughRutasauvarcalayuktenakAsajvaragulmaplIhArditastrImadyakliShTAnAMsadyobalajananorasAyanashca(5)|
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palikAniyavakolakulatthadviprasRutaMshuShkamUlakAnAM[4]
 
palikAniyavakolakulatthadviprasRutaMshuShkamUlakAnAM[4]
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cajaladroNasiddhaMnirUhapramANAvasheShaMkaShAyaMpUtaMmadhukamadanashatapuShpAkuShThapippalIvacAvatsakaphalarasA~jjanapriya~gguyavAnIkalkikRu
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cajaladroNasiddhaMnirUhapramANAvasheShaMkaShAyaMpUtaMmadhukamadanashatapuShpAkuShThapippalI
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vacAvatsakaphalarasA~jjanapriya~gguyavAnIkalkikRu
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taMguDaghRutatailakShaudrakShIramAMsarasAmlakA~jjikasaindhavayuktaMsukhoShNaMbastiMdadyAcchukramUtravarcaHsa~gge~anilajegulmahRudrogAdhmAnab
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taMguDaghRutatailakShaudrakShIramAMsarasAmlakA~jjikasaindhavayuktaMsukhoShNaMbastiMdadyAcchukramUtravarcaHsa
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~gge~anilajegulmahRudrogAdhmAnab
    
radhnapArshvapRuShThakaTIgrahasa~jj~jAnAshabalakShayeShuca(6)|
 
radhnapArshvapRuShThakaTIgrahasa~jj~jAnAshabalakShayeShuca(6)|
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hapuShArdhakuDavodviguNArdhakShuNNayavaHkShIrodakasiddhaHkShIrasheShomadhughRutatailalavaNayuktaHsarvA~ggavisRutavAtaraktasaktaviNmUtrastrIk
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hapuShArdhakuDavodviguNArdhakShuNNayavaHkShIrodakasiddhaHkShIrasheShomadhughRutatailalavaNayuktaHsarvA~ggavi
 +
sRutavAtaraktasaktaviNmUtrastrIk
    
heditahitovAtaharobuddhimedhAgnibalajananashca(7)|
 
heditahitovAtaharobuddhimedhAgnibalajananashca(7)|
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hrasvapa~jcamUlIkaShAyaHkShIrodakasiddhaHpippalImadhukamadanakalkIkRutaHsaguDaghRutatailalavaNaHkShINaviShamajvarakarshitasyabastiH(8)|
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hrasvapa~jcamUlIkaShAyaHkShIrodakasiddhaHpippalImadhukamadanakalkIkRutaHsaguDaghRutatailalavaNaHkShINa
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viShamajvarakarshitasyabastiH(8)|
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balAtibalApAmArgAtmaguptAShTapalArdhakShuNNayavA~jjalikaShAyaHsaguDaghRutatailalavaNayuktaHpUrvavadbastiHsthaviradurbalakShINashukrarudhirAN
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balAtibalApAmArgAtmaguptAShTapalArdhakShuNNayavA~jjalikaShAyaHsaguDaghRutatailalavaNayuktaHpUrvavadbasti
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HsthaviradurbalakShINashukrarudhirAN
    
AMpathyatamaH(9)|
 
AMpathyatamaH(9)|
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balAmadhukavidArIdarbhamUlamRudvIkAyavaiHkaShAyamAjenapayasApaktvAmadhukamadanakalkitaMsamadhughRutasaindhavaMjvarArtebhyobastiMdadyAt(10)|
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balAmadhukavidArIdarbhamUlamRudvIkAyavaiHkaShAyamAjenapayasApaktvAmadhukamadanakalkitaMsamadhughRuta
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shAliparNIpRushniparNIgokShurakamUlakAshmaryaparUShakakharjUraphalamadhUkapuShpairajAkShIrajalaprasthAbhyAMsiddhaHkaShAyaHpippalImadhukotpal
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shAliparNIpRushniparNIgokShurakamUlakAshmaryaparUShakakharjUraphalamadhUkapuShpairajAkShIrajalaprasthAbhyAM
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siddhaHkaShAyaHpippalImadhukotpal
    
akalkitaHsaghRutasaindhavaHkShINendriyaviShamajvarakarshitasyabastiHshastaH(11)|
 
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sthirAdipa~jcamUlIpa~jcapalenashAliShaShTikayavagodhUmamAShapa~jcaprasRutenachAgaMpayaHshRutaMpAdasheShaMkukkuTANDarasasamamadhughRutasharka
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''Yapana Basti-Yapana basti'' can be administered at any time. (These are called ''yapana-basti'' because they prolong the span of life).
 
''Yapana Basti-Yapana basti'' can be administered at any time. (These are called ''yapana-basti'' because they prolong the span of life).
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===== ''Mustadya Yapana-basti'' =====
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==== ''Mustadya Yapana-basti'' ====
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One ''pala'' (48 gm)  each of ''musta'' (Cyperus rotundus), ''ushira'' (Vetiveria zizanioidis), ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''aragvadha'' (Cassia fistula), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''manjishtha'' (Rubia cordifolia), ''katu-rohini'' (Picrorhiza kurroa), ''trayamana'' (Gentiana kurroo), ''punarnava'' (Boerhavia diffusa), ''bibhitaka'' (Terminalia bellirica), ''guduchi'' (Tinospora cordifolia), ''shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense) and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris) should be cut into small pieces. Eight fruits of ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa) should be added to this. All ingredients should be washed well first and then boiled by adding one ''adhaka'' (256 tolas) or (256x12 gm) of water till one-fourth of the water remains. To this decoction, two ''prasthas'' (2x768gm) of cow’s milk should be added, and then boil again till two ''prasthas'' of the liquid remains. To this remaining liquid, half ''prastha'' of ''mamsarasa'' (soup of meat of  arid zone animals), ghee and honey equal to ''mamsarasa'', and the paste of ''shata-kusuma/shata-pushpa'' (Anethum sowa), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra),fruit of ''kutaja'' (Holarrhena antidysenterica), ''rasanjana'' (extract of Barberis aristata), ''priyangu'' (Callicarpa macrophylla) as well as a little of ''saindhava lavana'' (rock-salt) should be added. This lukewarm preparation should be used for ''basti''.
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One ''pala'' (48 gm)  each of ''musta'' (Cyperus rotundus), ''ushira'' (Vetiveria zizanioidis), ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''aragvadha'' (Cassia fistula), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''manjishtha'' (Rubia cordifolia), ''katu-rohini'' (Picrorhiza kurroa), ''trayamana'' (Gentiana kurroo), ''punarnava'' (Boerhavia diffusa), ''bibhitaka'' (Terminalia bellirica), ''guduchi'' (Tinospora cordifolia), ''shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense) and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris) should be cut into small pieces. Eight fruits of ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa) should be added to this. All ingredients should be washed well first and then boiled by adding one ''adhaka'' (256 tolas) or (256x12 gm) of water till one-fourth of the water remains. To this decoction, two ''prasthas'' (2x768gm) of cow’s milk should be added, and then boil again till two ''prasthas'' of the liquid remains. To this remaining liquid, half ''prastha'' of ''mamsarasa'' (soup of meat of  arid zone animals), ghee and honey equal to ''mamsarasa'', and the paste of ''shata-kusuma/shata-pushpa'' (Anethum sowa), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra),fruit of ''kutaja'' (Holarrhena antidysenterica), ''rasanjana'' (extract of Barberis aristata), ''priyangu'' (Callicarpa macrophylla) as well as a little of ''saindhava lavana'' (rock-salt) should be added. This lukewarm preparation should be used for ''[[basti]]''.
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This medicated preparation which is used for ''basti'' (enema) therapy has the various therapeutic effects such as ''shukra mamsa bala janana'' (increases sperm, muscle and strength), cures ''kshata-kshina'' (debilitation), ''kasa'' (cough), ''gulma'' ( abdominal lump), ''shula'' (pain), ''vishama jwara'' (chronic/irregular fever), ''bradhna'' or ''vardhma'' (inguinal swelling/hernia), ''kundala'' (..), ''kundloudavarta'' (moving pain abdomen), ''kukshi shula'' (pain in pelvic region), ''mutrakrichchha'' (dysuria), ''asrig-rajah'' (bleeding per vagina), ''visarpa'' (erysipelas), ''pravahika'' (dysentery), ''shiroruja'' (headache) ''januurujanghabastigrahasmaryaunmada'' (stiffness of knee-joints, thighs, calf regions and the region of urinary bladder, ''asmari'' (calculus), ''unmada'' (insanity), ''arsha'' (piles), ''prameha'' (urinary disorders including diabetes), ''adhman'' (abdomen distension), ''vata-rakta'' (gout) and cure diseases caused due to aggravated ''pitta'' and ''kapha'', ''sadyabalajanan'' and ''rasayana'' (promotes strength and rejuvenates) also.[16/1]
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This medicated preparation which is used for ''[[basti]]'' (enema) therapy has the various therapeutic effects such as ''[[shukra]] [[mamsa]] bala janana'' (increases sperm, muscle and strength), cures ''kshata-kshina'' (debilitation), ''kasa'' (cough), ''gulma'' ( abdominal lump), ''shula'' (pain), ''vishama jwara'' (chronic/irregular fever), ''bradhna'' or ''vardhma'' (inguinal swelling/hernia), ''kundala'' (..), ''kundloudavarta'' (moving pain abdomen), ''kukshi shula'' (pain in pelvic region), ''mutrakrichchha'' (dysuria), ''asrig-rajah'' (bleeding per vagina), ''visarpa'' (erysipelas), ''pravahika'' (dysentery), ''shiroruja'' (headache) ''januurujanghabastigrahasmaryaunmada'' (stiffness of knee-joints, thighs, calf regions and the region of urinary bladder, ''asmari'' (calculus), ''unmada'' (insanity), ''arsha'' (piles), ''prameha'' (urinary disorders including diabetes), ''adhman'' (abdomen distension), ''vata-rakta'' (gout) and cure diseases caused due to aggravated ''[[pitta]]'' and ''[[kapha]]'', ''sadyabalajanan'' and ''[[rasayana]]'' (promotes strength and rejuvenates) also.[16/1]
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===== ''Eranda-muladya yapana-basti'' =====
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==== ''Eranda-muladya yapana-basti'' ====
    
Six ''palas'' (6x48gm) of the root of ''eranda'' (castor) and bark of leaves of ''palash'' (Butea monosperma), three ''pala'' (3x48 gm) of each, ''shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishniparni''(Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''ashvagandha'' (Withania somnifera), ''guduchi'' (Tinospora cordifolia), ''varsabhu'' (punarnava or Boerhavia diffusa), ''aragvadha'' (Cassia fistula), and ''devadaru'' (Cedrus deodara) should be cut into small pieces, washed properly, and cooked by adding one ''adhaka'' (3.72 kg) of water and one-fourth ''adhaka'' of milk till remaining one fourth of the same. To this the paste of ''shata-kusuma'' (shata-pushpa or Anethum sowa), ''kushtha'' (Saussurea lappa), ''musta'' (Cyperus rotundus), ''pippali'' (Piper longum), ''hapusha'' (Juniperus communis), ''bilva'' (Aegle marmelos), ''vacha'' (Acorus calamus), fruit of ''vatsaka'' (Holarrhena antidysenterica), ''rasanjana'' (Extract of Barberis Aristata), ''priyangu'' (Callicarpa macrophylla) and ''yavani'' (Trachyspermum ammi) should be added. Honey, ghee, oil and rock-salt should also be added to this preparation, It should be given when ''sukhoshna'' (luke-warm), in the form of ''niruha basti'' (evacuative enema) once, twice or thrice a day.
 
Six ''palas'' (6x48gm) of the root of ''eranda'' (castor) and bark of leaves of ''palash'' (Butea monosperma), three ''pala'' (3x48 gm) of each, ''shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishniparni''(Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''ashvagandha'' (Withania somnifera), ''guduchi'' (Tinospora cordifolia), ''varsabhu'' (punarnava or Boerhavia diffusa), ''aragvadha'' (Cassia fistula), and ''devadaru'' (Cedrus deodara) should be cut into small pieces, washed properly, and cooked by adding one ''adhaka'' (3.72 kg) of water and one-fourth ''adhaka'' of milk till remaining one fourth of the same. To this the paste of ''shata-kusuma'' (shata-pushpa or Anethum sowa), ''kushtha'' (Saussurea lappa), ''musta'' (Cyperus rotundus), ''pippali'' (Piper longum), ''hapusha'' (Juniperus communis), ''bilva'' (Aegle marmelos), ''vacha'' (Acorus calamus), fruit of ''vatsaka'' (Holarrhena antidysenterica), ''rasanjana'' (Extract of Barberis Aristata), ''priyangu'' (Callicarpa macrophylla) and ''yavani'' (Trachyspermum ammi) should be added. Honey, ghee, oil and rock-salt should also be added to this preparation, It should be given when ''sukhoshna'' (luke-warm), in the form of ''niruha basti'' (evacuative enema) once, twice or thrice a day.
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This ''basti'' is beneficial, for the pleasure-loving people, those having compromised health, those indulging in sex in excess, emaciated persons and those suffering from phthisis; old persons, suffering from chronic piles, and those desiring of progeny.
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This ''[[basti]]'' is beneficial, for the pleasure-loving people, those having compromised health, those indulging in sex in excess, emaciated persons and those suffering from phthisis; old persons, suffering from chronic piles, and those desiring of progeny.
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===== ''Sahacharadya yapana-basti'' =====
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By following the same procedure, the ''basti'' preparation prepared by boiling milk with ''sahachara'' (Barleria prionitis)), ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), root of ''darbha'' (Imperata cylindrica) and ''sariva'' (Hemidesmus indicus).
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By following the same procedure, the ''[[basti]]'' preparation prepared by boiling milk with ''sahachara'' (Barleria prionitis)), ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), root of ''darbha'' (Imperata cylindrica) and ''sariva'' (Hemidesmus indicus).
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===== ''Brihatyadi yapana-basti'' =====
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==== ''Brihatyadi yapana-basti'' ====
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In this ''basti'' milk is boiled by adding ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), ''shatavari'' (Asparagus racemosus) and ''chinna-ruha'' (guduchi-Tinospora cordifolia). To this preparation, the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''mulethi'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), ''madanaphala'' (Xeromphis spinosa) and ''pippali'' (Piper longum), should be added. In both of these the honey, ghee, oil and rock-salt should also be added before the administration of ''basti''. The beneficial effects of these ''bastis'' are same as the previous one.
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In this ''[[basti]]'' milk is boiled by adding ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), ''shatavari'' (Asparagus racemosus) and ''chinna-ruha'' (guduchi-Tinospora cordifolia). To this preparation, the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''mulethi'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), ''madanaphala'' (Xeromphis spinosa) and ''pippali'' (Piper longum), should be added. In both of these the honey, ghee, oil and rock-salt should also be added before the administration of ''[[basti]]''. The beneficial effects of these ''[[basti]]s'' are same as the previous one.
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===== ''Baladi yapana basti'' – I =====
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==== ''Baladi yapana basti'' – I ====
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Milk boiled with ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''ati-bala'' (Abutilon indicum), ''vidari kandi'' (Pueraria tuberose), ''shali-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakarika'' (Solanum surattense), root of ''darbha'' (Imperata cylindrical), ''parushaka'' (Grewia asiatica), ''kashmarya'' (Gmelina arborea), fruit of ''bilva'' (Aegle marmelos) and ''yava'' (Hordeum vulgare) should be added with the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa) along with honey, ghee as well as ''sauvarchala'' salt. This ''basti'' instantaneously promotes strength, and rejuvenates the persons suffering from ''kasa'' (cough), ''jwara'' (fever), ''gulma'' (abdominal lumps), ''pliha vikara'' (splenic disorders) and ''ardita'' (facial paralysis).  
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Milk boiled with ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''ati-bala'' (Abutilon indicum), ''vidari kandi'' (Pueraria tuberose), ''shali-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakarika'' (Solanum surattense), root of ''darbha'' (Imperata cylindrical), ''parushaka'' (Grewia asiatica), ''kashmarya'' (Gmelina arborea), fruit of ''bilva'' (Aegle marmelos) and ''yava'' (Hordeum vulgare) should be added with the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa) along with honey, ghee as well as ''sauvarchala'' salt. This ''[[basti]]'' instantaneously promotes strength, and rejuvenates the persons suffering from ''kasa'' (cough), ''[[jwara]]'' (fever), ''gulma'' (abdominal lumps), ''pliha vikara'' (splenic disorders) and ''ardita'' (facial paralysis).  
    
This also promotes the strength, and rejuvenates persons who are indulging in (excessive sex) and alcoholism.
 
This also promotes the strength, and rejuvenates persons who are indulging in (excessive sex) and alcoholism.
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===== ''Baladi Yapana Basti''- II =====
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==== ''Baladi Yapana Basti''- II ====
    
One ''pala'' (48gm) each of ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''ati-bala'' (Abutilon indicum), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''aragvadha'' (Cassia fistula), ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa), ''bilva'' fruit (Aegle marmelos), ''guduchi'' (Tinospora cordifolia), ''punarnava'' (Boerhavia diffusa), ''eranda'' (Ricinus communis), ''ashvagandha'' (Withania somnifera), ''sahachara'' (Barleria prionitis), ''palasha'' (Butea monosperma), ''deva-daru'' (Cedrus deodara), root of ''bilva'' (Aegle marmelos), ''shyonaka'' (Oroxylum indicum), ''gambhari'' (Gmelina arborea), ''patala'' (Stereospermum suaveolens), ''ganikarika'' (Premna mucronata), ''shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris), and two ''prasthas'' (192gm) each of ''yava'' (Hordeum vulgare), ''kola'' (Piper longum ), ''kulattha'' (Dolichos biflorus ) as well as ''shushka-mulaka'' (dry Raphanus sativus) should be boiled by adding one drone (12.288kg ) of water till five ''prasthas'' (5x96gm) of liquid remains.  
 
One ''pala'' (48gm) each of ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''ati-bala'' (Abutilon indicum), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''aragvadha'' (Cassia fistula), ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa), ''bilva'' fruit (Aegle marmelos), ''guduchi'' (Tinospora cordifolia), ''punarnava'' (Boerhavia diffusa), ''eranda'' (Ricinus communis), ''ashvagandha'' (Withania somnifera), ''sahachara'' (Barleria prionitis), ''palasha'' (Butea monosperma), ''deva-daru'' (Cedrus deodara), root of ''bilva'' (Aegle marmelos), ''shyonaka'' (Oroxylum indicum), ''gambhari'' (Gmelina arborea), ''patala'' (Stereospermum suaveolens), ''ganikarika'' (Premna mucronata), ''shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris), and two ''prasthas'' (192gm) each of ''yava'' (Hordeum vulgare), ''kola'' (Piper longum ), ''kulattha'' (Dolichos biflorus ) as well as ''shushka-mulaka'' (dry Raphanus sativus) should be boiled by adding one drone (12.288kg ) of water till five ''prasthas'' (5x96gm) of liquid remains.  
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To this ''kwath'' (decoction), the paste of ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa), ''shata-pushpa'' (anethum sowa), ''kustha'' (saussurea lappa), ''pippali'' (piper longum), ''vacha'' (Acorus calamus), fruit of ''vatsaka'' (Holarrhena antidysenterica), ''rasanjana, priyangu'' (Callicarpa macrophylla) and ''yavani'' (Trachyspermum ammi) should be added. ''Payasa'' (Jiggery), ghee, ''taila'' (oil), ''madhu'' (honey), ''dugdha'' (milk), ''mamsa rasa'' (meat soup), ''amla-kanjika'' (sour vinegar) and ''saindhva lavana'' (rock salt),should be added to this preparation, when it is lukewarm, and then should be used for application of ''basti''. This ''basti'' helps in curing  the disorders caused due to retention of ''shukra'' (semen), ''mutra'' (urine) and ''mala'' (stool) because of aggravated ''vata, gulma'' (phantom tumor), ''hrid-roga'' (heart-diseases),  ''adhmana'' (flatulence), ''bradhna'' (inguinal hernia/swellings), (stiffness of the sides of the chest, back and lumbar region), ''sangyanash''  (unconsciousness) and ''balaksayesu'' (diminution of strength). The quantity of decoction is sufficient for the application of three ''basti''.
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To this ''kwath'' (decoction), the paste of ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa), ''shata-pushpa'' (anethum sowa), ''kustha'' (saussurea lappa), ''pippali'' (piper longum), ''vacha'' (Acorus calamus), fruit of ''vatsaka'' (Holarrhena antidysenterica), ''rasanjana, priyangu'' (Callicarpa macrophylla) and ''yavani'' (Trachyspermum ammi) should be added. ''Payasa'' (Jiggery), ghee, ''taila'' (oil), ''madhu'' (honey), ''dugdha'' (milk), ''mamsa rasa'' (meat soup), ''amla-kanjika'' (sour vinegar) and ''saindhva lavana'' (rock salt),should be added to this preparation, when it is lukewarm, and then should be used for application of ''[[basti]]''. This ''[[basti]]'' helps in curing  the disorders caused due to retention of ''[[shukra]]'' (semen), ''[[mutra]]'' (urine) and ''[[mala]]'' (stool) because of aggravated ''[[vata]], gulma'' (phantom tumor), ''hrid-roga'' (heart-diseases),  ''adhmana'' (flatulence), ''bradhna'' (inguinal hernia/swellings), (stiffness of the sides of the chest, back and lumbar region), ''sangyanash''  (unconsciousness) and ''balaksayesu'' (diminution of strength). The quantity of decoction is sufficient for the application of three ''basti''.
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===== ''Hapushadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Hapushadya yapana basti'' ====
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Half ''kudava'' (96 gm) of ''hapusha'' (Juniperus communis) and one ''kudava''(192 gm) of half crushed grains of ''yava'' (Hordeum vulgare) boiled by adding water and milk till the quantity of remaining liquid is equal to the quantity of milk. Then honey, ghee, oil and rock-salt should be added to this preparation for the application of ''basti''. The beneficial effects of this therapy are seen in ''vata-rakta'' (resembling with gout), ''saktahavinmutra'' (retention of stool and urine), ''streekhedita'' (excessive sexual intercourse), ''buddhi, medha jatharagni'' (promotion of wisdom, intellect, ''agni'' (power of digestion and metabolism) and ''bala'' (strength).
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Half ''kudava'' (96 gm) of ''hapusha'' (Juniperus communis) and one ''kudava''(192 gm) of half crushed grains of ''yava'' (Hordeum vulgare) boiled by adding water and milk till the quantity of remaining liquid is equal to the quantity of milk. Then honey, ghee, oil and rock-salt should be added to this preparation for the application of ''[[basti]]''. The beneficial effects of this therapy are seen in ''vata-rakta'' (resembling with gout), ''saktahavinmutra'' (retention of stool and urine), ''streekhedita'' (excessive sexual intercourse), ''buddhi, medha jatharagni'' (promotion of wisdom, intellect, ''agni'' (power of digestion and metabolism) and ''bala'' (strength).
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===== ''Laghu-panchamuladhya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Laghu-panchamuladhya yapana basti'' ====
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The ''kwath'' (decoction) of ''laghu panchamula shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishna-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris) is prepared by boiling with milk and water and the paste of ''pippali'' (Piper longum), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and ''madana'' (Xeromphis  spinosa) should be added. Jaggery, ghee, oil and rock-salt is added to this preparation and used for ''basti''. This ''basti'' is useful for the ''karshita'' (emaciated) person because of ''vishama-jwara'' (chronic/irregular fever).
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The ''kwath'' (decoction) of ''laghu panchamula shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishna-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris) is prepared by boiling with milk and water and the paste of ''pippali'' (Piper longum), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and ''madana'' (Xeromphis  spinosa) should be added. Jaggery, ghee, oil and rock-salt is added to this preparation and used for ''[[basti]]''. This ''[[basti]]'' is useful for the ''karshita'' (emaciated) person because of ''vishama-jwara'' (chronic/irregular fever).
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===== ''Baladi yapana basti''-III =====
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==== ''Baladi yapana basti''-III ====
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Eight ''palas'' (8x48 gm) of ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''ati-bala'' (Abutilon indicum), ''apamarga'' (Achyranthes aspera) and ''atma-gupta'' (Mucuna prurita), and one ''anjali'' of water. To this decoction, jaggery, ghee, oil and rock-salt should be added, and used for basti. This ''basti'' is extremely beneficial for old and weak persons, as well as those suffering from ''shukra'' and ''rakta kshaya'' (diminished semen and blood).
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Eight ''palas'' (8x48 gm) of ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''ati-bala'' (Abutilon indicum), ''apamarga'' (Achyranthes aspera) and ''atma-gupta'' (Mucuna prurita), and one ''anjali'' of water. To this decoction, jaggery, ghee, oil and rock-salt should be added, and used for [[basti]]. This ''[[basti]]'' is extremely beneficial for old and weak persons, as well as those suffering from ''[[shukra]]'' and ''[[rakta]] kshaya'' (diminished semen and blood).
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===== ''Baladi yapana basti'' - fourth =====
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==== ''Baladi yapana basti'' - fourth ====
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The decoction of ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), ''vidari'' (Pueraria tuberose), root of ''darbha'' (Imperata cylindrical), ''mridvika'' (Vitis vinifera) and ''yava'' (Hordeum vulgare) should be boiled by adding goat’s milk till the quantity of the remaining liquid is equal to the quantity of milk added to it. After that this ''kwatha'' (decoction) preparation for ''basti'' should be mixed with the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa), ''madhu'' (honey), ghee and ''sandhava'' (rock salt). The ''basti'' used of this preparation is beneficial for cure of ''jwara'' (fever).
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The decoction of ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), ''vidari'' (Pueraria tuberose), root of ''darbha'' (Imperata cylindrical), ''mridvika'' (Vitis vinifera) and ''yava'' (Hordeum vulgare) should be boiled by adding goat’s milk till the quantity of the remaining liquid is equal to the quantity of milk added to it. After that this ''kwatha'' (decoction) preparation for ''[[basti]]'' should be mixed with the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and ''madana'' (Xeromphis spinosa), ''madhu'' (honey), ghee and ''sandhava'' (rock salt). The ''[[basti]]'' used of this preparation is beneficial for cure of ''[[jwara]]'' (fever).
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===== ''Shala parnyadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Shala parnyadya yapana basti'' ====
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Roots of ''shalaparni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris), ''kashmarya'' (Gmelina arborea), ''parushaka'' (Grewia asiatica), fruits of ''kharjura'' (Phoenix sylvestris) and flowers of ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra),  should be added with one ''prastha'' (768gm) of goat’s milk and water each, and then boiled. The paste of ''pippali'' (Piper longum), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and ''utpala'' (Saussurea lappa) should be added. The ghee and rock-salt, should be added this preparation and used for ''basti''.
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Roots of ''shalaparni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris), ''kashmarya'' (Gmelina arborea), ''parushaka'' (Grewia asiatica), fruits of ''kharjura'' (Phoenix sylvestris) and flowers of ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra),  should be added with one ''prastha'' (768gm) of goat’s milk and water each, and then boiled. The paste of ''pippali'' (Piper longum), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and ''utpala'' (Saussurea lappa) should be added. The ghee and rock-salt, should be added this preparation and used for ''[[basti]]''.
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This ''basti'' is useful for the person suffering from ''kseenendriya'' (weakened senses) and ''karshita'' (emaciation) caused by ''vishama-jwara'' (chronic/irregular fever).
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This ''[[basti]]'' is useful for the person suffering from ''kseenendriya'' (weakened senses) and ''karshita'' (emaciation) caused by ''vishama-jwara'' (chronic/irregular fever).
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===== ''Sthiradi yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Sthiradi yapana basti'' ====
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Five ''palas'' (5x48 gm) of ''sthiradi pancha-mula shal parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), and ''goksura'' (Tribulus terrestris), and five ''prasthas'' (5x96 gm) of ''shali'' (Oryza sativa), ''shastika, yava'' (Hordeum vulgare), ''godhuma'' (Triticum aestivum) and ''masha'' (Phaseolus munga) should be boiled by adding goat’s milk and reduced to one-fourth. In this preparation, equal quantity of the sap of hen’s egg should be mixed. The honey, ghee, sugar, rock-salt and ''sauvarchala'' should be added to this preparation, and given to the patient. This ''basti'' is useful as aphrodisiac, and promotes strength as well as complexion of the patient.
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Five ''palas'' (5x48 gm) of ''sthiradi pancha-mula shal parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), and ''goksura'' (Tribulus terrestris), and five ''prasthas'' (5x96 gm) of ''shali'' (Oryza sativa), ''shastika, yava'' (Hordeum vulgare), ''godhuma'' (Triticum aestivum) and ''masha'' (Phaseolus munga) should be boiled by adding goat’s milk and reduced to one-fourth. In this preparation, equal quantity of the sap of hen’s egg should be mixed. The honey, ghee, sugar, rock-salt and ''sauvarchala'' should be added to this preparation, and given to the patient. This ''[[basti]]'' is useful as aphrodisiac, and promotes strength as well as complexion of the patient.
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This is the end of description of twelve preparations of ''yapana'' type of ''basti'' meant for promotion of health and longevity.
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This is the end of description of twelve preparations of ''yapana'' type of ''[[basti]]'' meant for promotion of health and longevity.
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In addition to ''sthiradi basti'', the ''basti'' is prepared like the soup of hen’s egg, the soup of ''sikkhi'' eggs (pea-hen) , ''gonarda'' (crane) or ''hamsa'' (swan).[16-17]
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In addition to ''sthiradi basti'', the ''[[basti]]'' is prepared like the soup of hen’s egg, the soup of ''sikkhi'' eggs (pea-hen) , ''gonarda'' (crane) or ''hamsa'' (swan).[16-17]
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सतित्तिरिःसमयूरःसराजहंसःपञ्चमूलीपयःसिद्धःशतपुष्पामधुकरास्नाकुटजमदनफलपिप्पलीकल्कोघृततैलगुडसैन्धवयुक्तोबस्तिर्बलवर्णशुक्रजननोरसायनश्च(१)|
 
सतित्तिरिःसमयूरःसराजहंसःपञ्चमूलीपयःसिद्धःशतपुष्पामधुकरास्नाकुटजमदनफलपिप्पलीकल्कोघृततैलगुडसैन्धवयुक्तोबस्तिर्बलवर्णशुक्रजननोरसायनश्च(१)|
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सुरासौवीरककुलत्थमांसरसमधुघृततैलसप्तप्रसृतोमुस्तशताह्वाकल्कितःसलवणोबस्तिःसर्ववातरोगहरः(१६)|
 
सुरासौवीरककुलत्थमांसरसमधुघृततैलसप्तप्रसृतोमुस्तशताह्वाकल्कितःसलवणोबस्तिःसर्ववातरोगहरः(१६)|
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द्विपञ्चमूलत्रिफलाबिल्वमदनफलकषायोगोमूत्रसिद्धःकुटजमदनफलमुस्तपाठाकल्कितःसैन्धवयावशूकक्षौद्रतैलयुक्तोबस्तिःश्लेष्मव्याधिबस्त्याटोपवातशुक्रसङ्गपाण्डुरोगाजीर्णविसूचिकालसकेषु[५]देयइति||१८||
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द्विपञ्चमूलत्रिफलाबिल्वमदनफलकषायोगोमूत्रसिद्धःकुटजमदनफलमुस्तपाठाकल्कितःसैन्धवयावशूकक्षौद्रतैलयुक्तोबस्तिःश्लेष्मव्याधिबस्त्याटोपवातशुक्रसङ्ग
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पाण्डुरोगाजीर्णविसूचिकालसकेषु[५]देयइति||१८||
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satittiriḥsamayūraḥsarājahaṁsaḥ[1]
 
satittiriḥsamayūraḥsarājahaṁsaḥ[1]
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surāsauvīrakakulatthamāṁsarasamadhughr̥tatailasaptaprasr̥tōmustaśatāhvākalkitaḥsalavaṇōbastiḥsarvavātarōgaharaḥ(16)|
 
surāsauvīrakakulatthamāṁsarasamadhughr̥tatailasaptaprasr̥tōmustaśatāhvākalkitaḥsalavaṇōbastiḥsarvavātarōgaharaḥ(16)|
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dvipañcamūlatriphalābilvamadanaphalakaṣāyōgōmūtrasiddhaḥkuṭajamadanaphalamustapāṭhākalkitaḥsaindhavayāvaśūkakṣaudratailayuktōbastiḥślēṣmavyā
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dvipañcamūlatriphalābilvamadanaphalakaṣāyōgōmūtrasiddhaḥkuṭajamadanaphalamustapāṭhākalkitaḥsaindhavayāvaśūkakṣaudratailayuktō
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bastiḥślēṣmavyā
    
dhibastyāṭōpavātaśukrasaṅgapāṇḍurōgājīrṇavisūcikālasakēṣu[5]dēyaiti||18||
 
dhibastyāṭōpavātaśukrasaṅgapāṇḍurōgājīrṇavisūcikālasakēṣu[5]dēyaiti||18||
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satittiriHsamayUraHsarAjahaMsaH[1]
 
satittiriHsamayUraHsarAjahaMsaH[1]
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pa~jcamUlIpayaHsiddhaHshatapuShpAmadhukarAsnAkuTajamadanaphalapippalIkalkoghRutatailaguDasaindhavayuktobastirbalavarNashukrajananorasAyanash
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pa~jcamUlIpayaHsiddhaHshatapuShpAmadhukarAsnAkuTajamadanaphalapippalIkalkoghRutatailaguDasaindhavayuktobastirbalavarNa
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shukrajananorasAyanash
    
ca(1)|
 
ca(1)|
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dvipa~jcamUlIkukkuTarasasiddhaMpayaHpAdasheShaMpippalImadhukarAsnAmadanakalkaMsharkarAmadhughRutayuktaMstrIShvatikAmAnAMbalajananobastiH(2)|
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dvipa~jcamUlIkukkuTarasasiddhaMpayaHpAdasheShaMpippalImadhukarAsnAmadanakalkaMsharkarAmadhughRutayuktaMstrIShvatikAmAnAMbalajanano
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bastiH(2)|
    
mayUramapittapakShapAdAsyAntraM[2]
 
mayUramapittapakShapAdAsyAntraM[2]
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sthirAdibhiHpalikaiHsajalepayasipaktvAkShIrasheShaMmadanapippalIvidArIshatakusumAmadhukakalkIkRutaMmadhughRutasaindhavayuktaMbastiMdadyAtstr
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sthirAdibhiHpalikaiHsajalepayasipaktvAkShIrasheShaMmadanapippalIvidArIshatakusumAmadhukakalkIkRutaMmadhughRuta
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saindhavayuktaMbastiMdadyAtstr
    
IShvatiprasaktakShINendriyebhyobalavarNakaram(3)|
 
IShvatiprasaktakShINendriyebhyobalavarNakaram(3)|
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kalpashcaiShaviShkirapratudaprasahAmbucareShusyAt,akShIrorohitAdiShucamatsyeShu(4)|
 
kalpashcaiShaviShkirapratudaprasahAmbucareShusyAt,akShIrorohitAdiShucamatsyeShu(4)|
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godhAnakulamArjAramUShikashallakamAMsAnAMdashapalAnbhAgAnsapa~jcamUlAnpayasipaktvAtatpayaHpippalIphalakalkasaindhavasauvarcalasharkarAmadhug
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godhAnakulamArjAramUShikashallakamAMsAnAMdashapalAnbhAgAnsapa~jcamUlAnpayasipaktvAtatpayaHpippalIphalakalkasaindhava
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sauvarcalasharkarAmadhug
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hRutatailayuktobastirbalyorasAyanaHkShINakShatasyasandhAnakaromathitoraskarathagajahayabhagnavAtabalAsakaprabhRutyudAvartavAtasaktamUtravarc
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hRutatailayuktobastirbalyorasAyanaHkShINakShatasyasandhAnakaromathitoraskarathagajahayabhagna
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vAtabalAsakaprabhRutyudAvartavAtasaktamUtravarc
    
ashshukANAMhitatamashca(5)|
 
ashshukANAMhitatamashca(5)|
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kUrmAdInAmanyatamapishitasiddhaMpayogovRuShanAgahayanakrahaMsakukkuTANDarasamadhughRutasharkarAsaindhavekShurakAtmaguptAphalakalkasaMsRuShTo
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kUrmAdInAmanyatamapishitasiddhaMpayogovRuShanAgahayanakrahaMsakukkuTANDarasamadhughRutasharkarAsaindhavek
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ShurakAtmaguptAphalakalkasaMsRuShTo
    
bastirvRuddhAnAmapibalajananaH(6)|
 
bastirvRuddhAnAmapibalajananaH(6)|
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karkaTakarasashcaTakANDarasayuktaHsamadhughRutasharkarobastiH;ityetebastayaHparamavRuShyAHuccaTakekShurakAtmaguptAshRutakShIrapratibhojanAnu
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karkaTakarasashcaTakANDarasayuktaHsamadhughRutasharkarobastiH;ityetebastayaHparamavRuShyAHuccaTakek
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ShurakAtmaguptAshRutakShIrapratibhojanAnu
    
pAnAtstrIshatagAminaMnaraMkuryuH(7)|
 
pAnAtstrIshatagAminaMnaraMkuryuH(7)|
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govRuShabastavarAhavRuShaNakarkaTacaTakasiddhaMkShIramuccaTakekShurakAtmaguptAmadhughRutasaindhavayuktaHki~jcillavaNitobastiH(8)|
 
govRuShabastavarAhavRuShaNakarkaTacaTakasiddhaMkShIramuccaTakekShurakAtmaguptAmadhughRutasaindhavayuktaHki~jcillavaNitobastiH(8)|
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dashamUlamayUrahaMsakukkuTakvAthAtpa~jcaprasRutaMtailaghRutavasAmajjacatuShprasRutayuktaMshatapuShpAmustahapuShAkalkIkRutaHsalavaNobastiHpAd
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dashamUlamayUrahaMsakukkuTakvAthAtpa~jcaprasRutaMtailaghRutavasAmajjacatuShprasRutayuktaMshatapuShpA
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mustahapuShAkalkIkRutaHsalavaNobastiHpAd
    
agulphorujAnuja~gghAtrikava~gkShaNabastivRuShaNAnilarogaharaH(9)|
 
agulphorujAnuja~gghAtrikava~gkShaNabastivRuShaNAnilarogaharaH(9)|
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sadyoghRutatailavasAmajjacatuShprasthaMhapuShArdhapalaMsaindhavArdhAkShayuktobastirvRuShyatamomUtrakRucchrapittavyAdhiharorasAyanaH(12)|
 
sadyoghRutatailavasAmajjacatuShprasthaMhapuShArdhapalaMsaindhavArdhAkShayuktobastirvRuShyatamomUtrakRucchrapittavyAdhiharorasAyanaH(12)|
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madhutailaMcatuHprasRutaMshatapuShpArdhapalaMsaindhavArdhAkShayuktobastirdIpanobRuMhaNobalavarNakaronirupadravovRuShyatamorasAyanaHkrimikuSh
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madhutailaMcatuHprasRutaMshatapuShpArdhapalaMsaindhavArdhAkShayuktobastirdIpanobRuMhaNobalavarNakaronirupadravov
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RuShyatamorasAyanaHkrimikuSh
    
ThodAvartagulmArshobradhnaplIhamehaharaH(13)|
 
ThodAvartagulmArshobradhnaplIhamehaharaH(13)|
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tadvanmadhughRutAbhyAMpayastulyobastiHpUrvakalkenabalavarNakarovRuShyatamonirupadravobastimeDhrapAkaparikartikAmUtrakRucchrapittavyAdhiharor
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tadvanmadhughRutAbhyAMpayastulyobastiHpUrvakalkenabalavarNakarovRuShyatamonirupadravobastimeDhrapAkaparikartikA
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mUtrakRucchrapittavyAdhiharor
    
asAyanashca(14)|
 
asAyanashca(14)|
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surAsauvIrakakulatthamAMsarasamadhughRutatailasaptaprasRutomustashatAhvAkalkitaHsalavaNobastiHsarvavAtarogaharaH(16)|
 
surAsauvIrakakulatthamAMsarasamadhughRutatailasaptaprasRutomustashatAhvAkalkitaHsalavaNobastiHsarvavAtarogaharaH(16)|
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dvipa~jcamUlatriphalAbilvamadanaphalakaShAyogomUtrasiddhaHkuTajamadanaphalamustapAThAkalkitaHsaindhavayAvashUkakShaudratailayuktobastiHshleShmavyAdhibastyATopavAtashukrasa~ggapANDurogAjIrNavisUcikAlasakeShu[5]deyaiti||18||
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dvipa~jcamUlatriphalAbilvamadanaphalakaShAyogomUtrasiddhaHkuTajamadanaphalamustapAThAkalkitaHsaindhavayAvashUka
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kShaudratailayuktobastiHshleShmavyAdhibastyATopavAtashukrasa~ggapANDurogAjIrNavisUcikAlasakeShu[5]deyaiti||18||
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===== ''Tittiradya yapana basti''=====
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==== ''Tittiradya yapana basti''====
The meats of ''tittiri'' (patridge), ''mayura'' (peacock) and ''raja-hamsa'' (swan), and the roots,barks or extracts of plants such as ''pancha-mula'' (roots of ''shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense) and ''goksura'' (Tribulus terrestris)) should be boiled with goat milk. To this preparation of milk, the paste of ''sata-pushpa'' (Anethum sowa), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''kutaja'' (Holarrhena antidysenterica), ''madana-phala'' (Xeromphis spinosa) and ''pippali'' (Piper longum) should be added. Then ghee, oil, jaggery and rock-salt, should be mixed to this preparation and used for ''basti'' (enema).
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The meats of ''tittiri'' (patridge), ''mayura'' (peacock) and ''raja-hamsa'' (swan), and the roots,barks or extracts of plants such as ''pancha-mula'' (roots of ''shala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense) and ''goksura'' (Tribulus terrestris)) should be boiled with goat milk. To this preparation of milk, the paste of ''sata-pushpa'' (Anethum sowa), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''kutaja'' (Holarrhena antidysenterica), ''madana-phala'' (Xeromphis spinosa) and ''pippali'' (Piper longum) should be added. Then ghee, oil, jaggery and rock-salt, should be mixed to this preparation and used for ''[[basti]]'' (enema).
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The ''basti'' (enema) of this preparation promotes ''bala'' (strength), ''varna'' (complexion) and ''shukra'' (semen). This act as a rejuvenator also. [18/1]
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The ''[[basti]]'' (enema) of this preparation promotes ''bala'' (strength), ''varna'' (complexion) and ''[[shukra]]'' (semen). This act as a rejuvenator also. [18/1]
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===== ''Dvi-pancha-muladhya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Dvi-pancha-muladhya yapana basti'' ====
Drugs belonging to two types of ''pancha-mula'' (''bilva, syonaka, gambhari, patala, ganikarika, sala-parni, prisni-parni, brihati kantakari'' and ''gokshura'') and chicken-soup should be boiled by adding milk till one fourth of the liquid remains.  To this liquid, the paste of ''pippali, madhuka, rasna'' and ''madana'' should be added. After adding sugar, honey and ghee, this preparation should be used for ''basti'' (enema).
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Drugs belonging to two types of ''pancha-mula'' (''bilva, syonaka, gambhari, patala, ganikarika, sala-parni, prisni-parni, brihati kantakari'' and ''gokshura'') and chicken-soup should be boiled by adding milk till one fourth of the liquid remains.  To this liquid, the paste of ''pippali, madhuka, rasna'' and ''madana'' should be added. After adding sugar, honey and ghee, this preparation should be used for ''[[basti]]'' (enema).
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The use of this ''basti'' promotes strength of those persons who indulge in excessive sex. [18/2]
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The use of this ''[[basti]]'' promotes strength of those persons who indulge in excessive sex. [18/2]
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===== ''Mayuradya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Mayuradya yapana basti'' ====
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The (gall-bladder/bile), ''paksha'' (feather), ''pada'' (legs), (beak) and ''antra'' (intestines) of ''mayura'' (peacock) should be removed. The meat of this peacock should be added with one ''pala'' each of ''sala-parni, prisni-parni, brihati, kantakari'' and ''gokshura'', and cooked by adding water and milk till the remaining liquid is equal to the quantity of milk. To this preparation, the paste of ''madana, pippali, vidari, sata-kusuma (sata-puspa)'' and ''madhuka'' should be added. Again the honey, ghee and rock-salt should also be added and used for ''basti'' therapy. The use of this ''basti'' promotes strength and complexion along with sensory and motor function of those who lost the same due to indulgence in excessive sex. [18/3]
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The (gall-bladder/bile), ''paksha'' (feather), ''pada'' (legs), (beak) and ''antra'' (intestines) of ''mayura'' (peacock) should be removed. The meat of this peacock should be added with one ''pala'' each of ''sala-parni, prisni-parni, brihati, kantakari'' and ''gokshura'', and cooked by adding water and milk till the remaining liquid is equal to the quantity of milk. To this preparation, the paste of ''madana, pippali, vidari, sata-kusuma (sata-puspa)'' and ''madhuka'' should be added. Again the honey, ghee and rock-salt should also be added and used for ''[[basti]]'' therapy. The use of this ''[[basti]]'' promotes strength and complexion along with sensory and motor function of those who lost the same due to indulgence in excessive sex. [18/3]
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===== The alternative/substitute of ''mayuradya yapana basti'' =====
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==== The alternative/substitute of ''mayuradya yapana basti'' ====
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The above mentioned ''basti'' i.e. ''mayuradya yapana basti'' can be prepared by substituting peacock-meat with the meat of animals and birds of ''vishkira'' (gallinaceous birds), ''pratuda'' (pecker birds), ''prasaha'' (animals and birds who eat by snatching their food), and ''varicara'' (birds moving in the water) categories.
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The above mentioned ''[[basti]]'' i.e. ''mayuradya yapana basti'' can be prepared by substituting peacock-meat with the meat of animals and birds of ''vishkira'' (gallinaceous birds), ''pratuda'' (pecker birds), ''prasaha'' (animals and birds who eat by snatching their food), and ''varicara'' (birds moving in the water) categories.
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Similarly, the meat of different types of fish like ''rohita'', etc. can be used in the place of the meat of peacock. Milk should not be added while preparing the ''basti'' with fish meat because the combination of fish and milk is considered ''viruddha'' (incompatible) in context of ''viruddha ahara'' i.e. incompatible diet (18/4)
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Similarly, the meat of different types of fish like ''rohita'', etc. can be used in the place of the meat of peacock. Milk should not be added while preparing the ''[[basti]]'' with fish meat because the combination of fish and milk is considered ''viruddha'' (incompatible) in context of ''viruddha ahara'' i.e. incompatible diet (18/4)
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[ Note: These ''basti'' preparations are 115 in number as -
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[ Note: These ''[[basti]]'' preparations are 115 in number as -
#Twenty ''basti'' preparations containing birds belonging to ''viskira''-group (gallinaceous birds), ''lava'', (group-1) and ''vartaka'' (group-2) etc. as described in [[Charak Samhita]] [[Sutra Sthana]] chapter 27 (Ch.Su. 27/47-49).
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#Twenty ''[[basti]]'' preparations containing birds belonging to ''viskira''-group (gallinaceous birds), ''lava'', (group-1) and ''vartaka'' (group-2) etc. as described in [[Charak Samhita]] [[Sutra Sthana]] chapter 27 [Ch.Sa.[[Sutra Sthana]] 27/47-49]
#Thirty ''basti'' preparations containing the meat of birds belonging to ''pratuda''-group (pecker birds) as described in the same chapter (Ch.Su. 27/50-52)
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#Thirty ''[[basti]]'' preparations containing the meat of birds belonging to ''pratuda''-group (pecker birds) as described in the same chapter [Cha.Sa.[[Sutra Sthana]] 27/50-52]
#Twenty nine ''basti'' preparations containing the meat of animals and birds of ''prasaha'' group (those who eat food by snatching) are described in the same context (Ch.Su. 27/35-37).
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#Twenty nine ''[[basti]]'' preparations containing the meat of animals and birds of ''prasaha'' group (those who eat food by snatching) are described in the same context [Cha.Sa.[[Sutra Sthana 27/35-37]
#Twenty seven ''basti'' preparations containing the meat of birds belonging to ''ambuchara'' or ''varichara'' group (moving in water) are also described at the same place (Ch.Su. 27/41-44).
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#Twenty seven ''[[basti]]'' preparations containing the meat of birds belonging to ''ambuchara'' or ''varichara'' group (moving in water) are also described at the same place [Cha.Sa.[[Sutra Sthana]] 27/41-44].
#Nine ''basti'' preparations containing the meat of fish, like ''rohita'' etc.  
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#Nine ''[[basti]]'' preparations containing the meat of fish, like ''rohita'' etc.  
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So there are total 115 ''basti'' preparations witch are prepared by the meat of these various kind of birds and animals.]
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So there are total 115 ''[[basti]]'' preparations which are prepared by the meat of these various kind of birds and animals.]
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===== ''Godhadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Godhadya yapana basti'' ====
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The ''aushadha dravya'' (drugs) belonging to the group of ''panchamula'' i.e. ''bilva'' (Aegle marmelos), ''syonaka'' (Oroxylum indicum), ''gambhari'' (Gmelina arborea), ''patala'' (Stereospermum suaveoiens), ''ganikarika'' (Premna mucronata), and ten ''palas'' (10x48gm) of the meat of ''godha'' (iguana), ''nakula'' (mongoose), ''marjara'' (cat) and ''musika'' (mouse) is cooked with milk. To this preparation, the paste of ''madana-phala'' (Xeromphis spinosa), ''pippali'' (Piper longum), should be added. Again this should be added with rock-salt, ''sauvarchala'', sugar, honey, ghee and oil and used for ''basti''. This ''basti'' is beneficial for promoting the strength and rejuvenate the body, healing of the phthisis lesion, helps in curing the ailments caused due to the compression of the chest, correction of fractures caused due to riding the ''ratha'' (wooden cart), elephant and horse etc. It cures ''vata-balasaka'' (diseases caused by ''vata'' and ''kapha''), ''udavarta'' (diseases caused due to upward movement of ''vata'' in abdomen), ''sakta mutra varcha shukra'' (retention of urine, stool and semen due to ''vata'') and such other diseases. [18/5]
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The ''aushadha dravya'' (drugs) belonging to the group of ''panchamula'' i.e. ''bilva'' (Aegle marmelos), ''syonaka'' (Oroxylum indicum), ''gambhari'' (Gmelina arborea), ''patala'' (Stereospermum suaveoiens), ''ganikarika'' (Premna mucronata), and ten ''palas'' (10x48gm) of the meat of ''godha'' (iguana), ''nakula'' (mongoose), ''marjara'' (cat) and ''musika'' (mouse) is cooked with milk. To this preparation, the paste of ''madana-phala'' (Xeromphis spinosa), ''pippali'' (Piper longum), should be added. Again this should be added with rock-salt, ''sauvarchala'', sugar, honey, ghee and oil and used for ''[[basti]]''. This ''[[basti]]'' is beneficial for promoting the strength and rejuvenate the body, healing of the phthisis lesion, helps in curing the ailments caused due to the compression of the chest, correction of fractures caused due to riding the ''ratha'' (wooden cart), elephant and horse etc. It cures ''vata-balasaka'' (diseases caused by ''[[vata]]'' and ''[[kapha]]''), ''udavarta'' (diseases caused due to upward movement of ''[[vata]]'' in abdomen), ''sakta mutra varcha shukra'' (retention of urine, stool and semen due to ''[[vata]]'') and such other diseases. [18/5]
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===== ''Kurmadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Kurmadya yapana basti'' ====
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The meat of any one type of ''kurma'' (tortoise) is boiled with milk. This is added with the soup of testicles of ''vrisha'' (bull), elephant, ''nakra'' (crocodile), ''hamsa'' (swan) and ''kukkutandrasa'' (sap of the eggs of hen). The honey, ghee, sugar, rock-salt, the paste of ''ikshurasa'' (Juice of Saccharum officinarum) and fruit of ''atma-gupta'' (Mucuna prurita) should be added and used for ''basti''. This ''basti'' provide strength even in the old age person also. The term ''kurmadya'' meaning ''kurma'', etc. includes ten other animals like ''karkata'' (crab), ''matsya'' (fish), ''sisumara'' (esturine crocodile), ''timingila'' (whale), ''shukti'' (pearl oyster), ''sankha'' (conch-shell), ''udra'' (cat-fish), ''kumbhira'' (crocodile), ''culuke'' (gangetic dolphin) and ''makara'' (great Indian crocodile) in addition to ''kurma'' (tortoise). The ''basti'' prepared with the meat of tortoise is to be enumerated as one of the 29 main ''bastis''. The other ten prepared with the remaining ten animals should be treated as extension ''basti''.[18/6]
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The meat of any one type of ''kurma'' (tortoise) is boiled with milk. This is added with the soup of testicles of ''vrisha'' (bull), elephant, ''nakra'' (crocodile), ''hamsa'' (swan) and ''kukkutandrasa'' (sap of the eggs of hen). The honey, ghee, sugar, rock-salt, the paste of ''ikshurasa'' (Juice of Saccharum officinarum) and fruit of ''atma-gupta'' (Mucuna prurita) should be added and used for ''[[basti]]''. This ''[[basti]]'' provide strength even in the old age person also. The term ''kurmadya'' meaning ''kurma'', etc. includes ten other animals like ''karkata'' (crab), ''matsya'' (fish), ''sisumara'' (esturine crocodile), ''timingila'' (whale), ''shukti'' (pearl oyster), ''sankha'' (conch-shell), ''udra'' (cat-fish), ''kumbhira'' (crocodile), ''culuke'' (gangetic dolphin) and ''makara'' (great Indian crocodile) in addition to ''kurma'' (tortoise). The ''[[basti]]'' prepared with the meat of tortoise is to be enumerated as one of the 29 main ''[[basti]]s''. The other ten prepared with the remaining ten animals should be treated as extension ''[[basti]]''.[18/6]
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===== ''Karkata rasadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Karkata rasadya yapana basti'' ====
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The soup of ''karkataka'' (crab) meat is added with the sap of the egg of ''cataka'', honey, ghee and sugar, should be used for ''basti''. This ''basti'' is strong aphrodisiac. If the milk boiled with ''uccataka, iksuraka'' (''kokilaksa'') and ''atma-gupta'' (Mucuna prurita) is taken after the administration of this ''basti'', then a person becomes capable of having sex with many women. [18/7]
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The soup of ''karkataka'' (crab) meat is added with the sap of the egg of ''cataka'', honey, ghee and sugar, should be used for ''[[basti]]''. This ''[[basti]]'' is strong aphrodisiac. If the milk boiled with ''uccataka, iksuraka'' (''kokilaksa'') and ''atma-gupta'' (Mucuna prurita) is taken after the administration of this ''[[basti]]'', then a person becomes capable of having sex with many women. [18/7]
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===== ''Gau vrishadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Gau vrishadya yapana basti'' ====
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Milk boiled with the ''gau-vrisha'' (testicles of bull), goat and pig, ''karkataka'' and ''cataka'' should be added with the paste of ''ucchata'', ''ikshuraka'' (kokilaksha) and ''atma-gupta'', honey, ghee rock-salt and small quantity of sea-salt should be used for ''basti''. This is used for aphrodisiac purpose.[18/8]
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Milk boiled with the ''gau-vrisha'' (testicles of bull), goat and pig, ''karkataka'' and ''cataka'' should be added with the paste of ''ucchata'', ''ikshuraka'' (kokilaksha) and ''atma-gupta'', honey, ghee rock-salt and small quantity of sea-salt should be used for ''[[basti]]''. This is used for aphrodisiac purpose.[18/8]
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===== ''Dasamuladya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Dasamuladya yapana basti'' ====
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The five ''prasritas'' (5 x 96 gm) of the decoction of ''dasha-mula bilva'' (Aegle marmelos), ''shyonaka'' (Oroxylum indicum), ''gambhari'' (Gmelina arborea), ''patala'' (Stereospermum suaveoiens), ''ganikarika'' (Premna mucronata), ''sala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense) and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris) and the meat of peacock, swan as well as domestic fowl, four ''prasritas'' (4x96gm) of oil, ghee, ''vasa'' (fat) and ''majja'' (bone-marrow) should be added. This liquid should be added with the paste of ''shata-pushpa'' (Anethum sowa), ''musta'' (Cyperus rotundus) and ''hapusha'' (Juniperus communis). After adding rock-salt, this preparation should be used for ''basti''. This cures ''vatika'' diseases of feet, ankle-joints, thighs, knee-joints, calf-region, lumbar region, groins, urinary bladder region and testicles etc. [18/9]
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The five ''prasritas'' (5 x 96 gm) of the decoction of ''dasha-mula bilva'' (Aegle marmelos), ''shyonaka'' (Oroxylum indicum), ''gambhari'' (Gmelina arborea), ''patala'' (Stereospermum suaveoiens), ''ganikarika'' (Premna mucronata), ''sala-parni'' (Desmodium gangeticum), ''prishni-parni'' (Uraria picta), ''brihati'' (Solanum indicum), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense) and ''gokshura'' (Tribulus terrestris) and the meat of peacock, swan as well as domestic fowl, four ''prasritas'' (4x96gm) of oil, ghee, ''vasa'' (fat) and ''majja'' (bone-marrow) should be added. This liquid should be added with the paste of ''shata-pushpa'' (Anethum sowa), ''musta'' (Cyperus rotundus) and ''hapusha'' (Juniperus communis). After adding rock-salt, this preparation should be used for ''[[basti]]''. This cures ''vatika'' diseases of feet, ankle-joints, thighs, knee-joints, calf-region, lumbar region, groins, urinary bladder region and testicles etc. [18/9]
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====== Extension of preparation no. twenty ======
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==== Extension of preparation no. twenty ====
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Following the same procedure as mentioned above, the ''basti'' should be prepared with the meat of ''mriga'' (animals living on dry land), ''vishkira'' (gallinaceous birds), ''anupa'' (animals living on marshy land) and ''bileshaya'' (animals living in the burrows in earth).     
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Following the same procedure as mentioned above, the ''[[basti]]'' should be prepared with the meat of ''mriga'' (animals living on dry land), ''vishkira'' (gallinaceous birds), ''anupa'' (animals living on marshy land) and ''bileshaya'' (animals living in the burrows in earth).     
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The ''[[basti]]s'' prepared by these birds and animals are 59 in number as:
#Seventeen by the meat of ''mrigas'' (antelopes) as mentioned in [[Charak Samhita]] [[Sutra Sthana]] chapter27 (Ch.Su.27 / 45-46).
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#Seventeen by the meat of ''mrigas'' (antelopes) as mentioned in [[Charak Samhita]] [[Sutra Sthana]] chapter27 [Cha.Sa.[[Sutra Sthana]] 27 / 45-46].
#Nineteen ''bastis'' are prepared with the meat of ''viskiras pakshis'' (gallinaceous birds) mentioned in the same context (Ch.Su. 27/ 47-49). 21 birds are described there but here only 19 are mentioned excluding the ''mayura'' (peacock) and ''kukkuta'' (domestic fowl) because use of their meat is already mentioned in the ''basti'' no. 20.
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#Nineteen ''[[basti]]s'' are prepared with the meat of ''viskiras pakshis'' (gallinaceous birds) mentioned in the same context [Ch.Sa.[[Su. 27/ 47-49] 21 birds are described there but here only 19 are mentioned excluding the ''mayura'' (peacock) and ''kukkuta'' (domestic fowl) because use of their meat is already mentioned in the ''[[basti]]'' no. 20.
#Nine ''bastis'' are prepaired with the meat of ''anupas desha pakshis'' (animals living on marshy land) (Ch. Su. 27/39)
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#Nine ''[[basti]]s'' are prepaired with the meat of ''anupas desha pakshis'' (animals living on marshy land) [Ch.Sa.[[Sutra Sthana]] 27/39]
#Fourteen ''bastis'' are prepared with the meat of ''bilesayas'' (animals living in burrows in the earth) Ch.Su. 27/39.(18/11)
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#Fourteen ''[[basti]]s'' are prepared with the meat of ''bilesayas'' (animals living in burrows in the earth) [Cha.Sa.[[Sutra Sthana]] 27/39].(18/11)
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===== ''Madhvadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Madhvadya yapana basti'' ====
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Two ''prasritas'' of ''madhu'' (honey) and ''ghrita'' (ghee) should be added with two ''prasithas'' of warm water. To this, half ''pala'' of the paste of ''shata-pushpa'' and half ''aksha'' of rock salt should be added. ''Basti'' prepared with this method is extremely aphrodisiac. It cures ''mutra-kricchra'' (dysuria), and diseases caused by ''pitta'' as well as ''vayu''. (18/11)
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Two ''prasritas'' of ''madhu'' (honey) and ''ghrita'' (ghee) should be added with two ''prasithas'' of warm water. To this, half ''pala'' of the paste of ''shata-pushpa'' and half ''aksha'' of rock salt should be added. ''[[Basti]]'' prepared with this method is extremely aphrodisiac. It cures ''mutra-kricchra'' (dysuria), and diseases caused by ''[[pitta]]'' as well as ''vayu''. (18/11)
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===== ''Sadyo'' (immediate/fresh) ''ghritadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Sadyo'' (immediate/fresh) ''ghritadya yapana basti'' ====
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Four ''prasthas'' of freshly collected ghee, oil, ''vasa'' (fat of muscle) and ''majja'' (bone marrow) should be added with half ''pala'' paste of ''hapusa'', and half ''aksa'' of rock-salt, and used for ''basti''. This ''basti'' is extremely aphrodisiac. It cures ''mutra-kricchra'' (dysuria) and diseases caused due to ''pitta''. It rejuvenates the body too. (18/12)
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Four ''prasthas'' of freshly collected ghee, oil, ''vasa'' (fat of muscle) and ''majja'' (bone marrow) should be added with half ''pala'' paste of ''hapusa'', and half ''aksa'' of rock-salt, and used for ''[[basti]]''. This ''[[basti]]'' is extremely aphrodisiac. It cures ''mutra-kricchra'' (dysuria) and diseases caused due to ''[[pitta]]''. It rejuvenates the body too. (18/12)
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===== ''Madhu-tailadya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Madhu-tailadya yapana basti'' ====
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Four ''prasritas'' of ''madhu'' (honey) and ''taila'' (oil) should be added with half ''pala'' paste of ''sata-pushpa'', and half ''aksa'' of rock-salt and used for ''basti''. This is beneficial for ''dipana'' (stimulating the power of digestion and metabolism), ''brimhana'' (nourishment of the body) ''bala-varna-kara'' (promotes strength and complexion), ''nirupadrava'' (free from harmful effects),''vrisyatama'' (promotes virility), ''andrasayana'' (rejuvenator). Cures ''krimi'' (worm/parasitic infestation), ''kustha'' (obstinate skin diseases including leprosy), ''udavarta'' (upward movement of ''vata'' in the abdomen), ''gulma'' (phantom tumor), ''arsas'' (piles), ''bradhna'' (inguinal swelling), ''plihan'' (splenic disorder) and ''meha/prameha'' (obstinate urinary disorders including diabetes). (18/13)
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Four ''prasritas'' of ''madhu'' (honey) and ''taila'' (oil) should be added with half ''pala'' paste of ''sata-pushpa'', and half ''aksa'' of rock-salt and used for ''[[basti]]''. This is beneficial for ''[[deepana]]'' (stimulating the power of digestion and metabolism), ''[[brimhana]]'' (nourishment of the body) ''bala-varna-kara'' (promotes strength and complexion), ''nirupadrava'' (free from harmful effects),''vrisyatama'' (promotes virility), ''andrasayana'' (rejuvenator). Cures ''krimi'' (worm/parasitic infestation), ''kustha'' (obstinate skin diseases including leprosy), ''udavarta'' (upward movement of ''[[vata]]'' in the abdomen), ''gulma'' (phantom tumor), ''arsas'' (piles), ''bradhna'' (inguinal swelling), ''plihan'' (splenic disorder) and ''meha/prameha'' (obstinate urinary disorders including diabetes). (18/13)
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===== ''Madhu-ghrtadya yapana basti''-first ''basti'' =====
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==== ''Madhu-ghrtadya yapana basti''-first ''basti'' ====
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The ''madhu'' (honey) and ''ghrita'' (ghee), added with equal quantity of milk, mixed with the paste of drugs described above in ''basti'' no. 23. ''Basti'' with this preparation is beneficial for ''bala-varna-kara'' (promoting the strength and complexion), ''vrisyatama'' (aphrodisiac), ''nirupadrava'' (free from harmful effects) Cures ''basti-medhra-paka'' (inflammation of urinary bladder and phallus), ''parikartika'' (sawing pain), ''mutra-kricchra'' (dysuria) and diseases caused vitiated ''pitta''. It act as ''rasayana'' (rejuvenation) therapy for the body.
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The ''madhu'' (honey) and ''ghrita'' (ghee), added with equal quantity of milk, mixed with the paste of drugs described above in ''[[basti]]'' no. 23. ''[[Basti]]'' with this preparation is beneficial for ''bala-varna-kara'' (promoting the strength and complexion), ''vrisyatama'' (aphrodisiac), ''nirupadrava'' (free from harmful effects) Cures ''basti-medhra-paka'' (inflammation of urinary bladder and phallus), ''parikartika'' (sawing pain), ''mutra-kricchra'' (dysuria) and diseases caused vitiated ''[[pitta]]''. It act as ''[[rasayana]]'' (rejuvenation) therapy for the body.
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===== ''Madhu-ghrtadya yapana basti'' – second ''basti'' =====
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==== ''Madhu-ghrtadya yapana basti'' – second ''basti'' ====
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Following the same method, honey (''madhu'') and ghee (''ghrita'') should be added with equal quantity of meat-soup and one ''aksha kalka'' of ''musta''. This ''basti'' is prepared following the same method as earlier in preparation no. 23. It cures ''vata-balasa'' (a disease caused by aggravated ''vayu'' and ''kapha''), ''pada-harsa'' (tingling sensation in the feet), ''gulma'' (phantom tumor), contraction /stiffness of lumbar region, thighs and knee-joints, and pain in the region of urinary bladder, scrotum, phallus, lumbar region and back etc.
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Following the same method, honey (''madhu'') and ghee (''ghrita'') should be added with equal quantity of meat-soup and one ''aksha kalka'' of ''musta''. This ''[[basti]]'' is prepared following the same method as earlier in preparation no. 23. It cures ''vata-balasa'' (a disease caused by aggravated ''vayu'' and ''[[kapha]]''), ''pada-harsa'' (tingling sensation in the feet), ''gulma'' (phantom tumor), contraction /stiffness of lumbar region, thighs and knee-joints, and pain in the region of urinary bladder, scrotum, phallus, lumbar region and back etc.
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===== ''Suradya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Suradya yapana basti'' ====
    
Seven ''prasthas'' of ''sura'' (type of alcohol), ''sauviraka'' (vinegar), ''kulattha''-soup, meat-soup, honey, ghee and oil should be added with the paste of ''musta'' and ''shatahva''. To this preparation salt is added and used for ''basti'' which cures all the ''vatika'' diseases.
 
Seven ''prasthas'' of ''sura'' (type of alcohol), ''sauviraka'' (vinegar), ''kulattha''-soup, meat-soup, honey, ghee and oil should be added with the paste of ''musta'' and ''shatahva''. To this preparation salt is added and used for ''basti'' which cures all the ''vatika'' diseases.
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===== ''Dvi-pancha-muladya yapana basti'' =====
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==== ''Dvi-pancha-muladya yapana basti'' ====
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Both types of ''panchamula'' (''laghu'' and ''brihata'') ie roots of ''bilva, shyonaka, gambhari, patala, ganikarika, shalaparni, prishniparni, brhati, kantakari'' and ''goksura''), ''triphala'' (''haritaki, bibhitaka'' and ''amalaki''), ''bilva'' fruit and ''madanaphala'' is boiled by adding cow’s urine. To this ''kwatha'' (decoction), the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''kutaja, madana-phala, musta'' and ''patha'' should be added. After adding rock-salt, ''yava-ksara'' (alkali prepared of barley), honey and oil, this preparation should be used for ''basti''. This ''basti'' should be used for the treatment of diseases caused by ''kapha, bastyatopa'' (flatulence in the urinary bladder region), ''vata shukra sanga'' (retention of flatus and semen), ''pandu'' (anemia), ''ajeerna'' (indigestion), ''visuchika'' (choleric diarrhea) and ''alasaka'' (intestinal obstruction).
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Both types of ''panchamula'' (''laghu'' and ''brihata'') ie roots of ''bilva, shyonaka, gambhari, patala, ganikarika, shalaparni, prishniparni, brhati, kantakari'' and ''goksura''), ''triphala'' (''haritaki, bibhitaka'' and ''amalaki''), ''bilva'' fruit and ''madanaphala'' is boiled by adding cow’s urine. To this ''kwatha'' (decoction), the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''kutaja, madana-phala, musta'' and ''patha'' should be added. After adding rock-salt, ''yava-ksara'' (alkali prepared of barley), honey and oil, this preparation should be used for ''[[basti]]''. This ''[[basti]]'' should be used for the treatment of diseases caused by ''[[kapha]], bastyatopa'' (flatulence in the urinary bladder region), ''vata shukra sanga'' (retention of flatus and semen), ''pandu'' (anemia), ''ajeerna'' (indigestion), ''visuchika'' (choleric diarrhea) and ''alasaka'' (intestinal obstruction).
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नीलोत्पलकदम्बपुष्प-पुण्डरीककेशरकल्कान्पृषततरक्षुमांसकुक्कुटचटकचकोरमत्ताक्षबर्हिजीवञ्जीवकुलिङ्गहंसाण्डरसवसामज्जादेश्चप्रस्थंदत्त्वासाधयेत्|
 
नीलोत्पलकदम्बपुष्प-पुण्डरीककेशरकल्कान्पृषततरक्षुमांसकुक्कुटचटकचकोरमत्ताक्षबर्हिजीवञ्जीवकुलिङ्गहंसाण्डरसवसामज्जादेश्चप्रस्थंदत्त्वासाधयेत्|
 
ब्रह्मघोषशङ्खपटहभेरीनिनादैःसिद्धंसितच्छत्रकृतच्छायंगजस्कन्धमारोपयेद्भगवन्तंवृषध्वजमभिपूज्य,तंस्नेहंत्रिभागमाक्षिकंमङ्गलाशीःस्तुतिदेवतार्चनैर्बस्तिंगमयेत्|
 
ब्रह्मघोषशङ्खपटहभेरीनिनादैःसिद्धंसितच्छत्रकृतच्छायंगजस्कन्धमारोपयेद्भगवन्तंवृषध्वजमभिपूज्य,तंस्नेहंत्रिभागमाक्षिकंमङ्गलाशीःस्तुतिदेवतार्चनैर्बस्तिंगमयेत्|
नृणांस्त्रीविहारिणांनष्टरेतसांक्षतक्षीणविषमज्वरार्तानांव्यापन्नयोनीनांवन्ध्यानांरक्तगुल्मिनीनां[१]मृतापत्यानामनार्तवानांचस्त्रीणांक्षीणमांसरुधिराणांपथ्यतमंरसायनमुत्तमंवलीपलितनाशनंविद्यात्(१)|१९|
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नृणांस्त्रीविहारिणांनष्टरेतसांक्षतक्षीणविषमज्वरार्तानांव्यापन्नयोनीनांवन्ध्यानांरक्तगुल्मिनीनां[१]
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मृतापत्यानामनार्तवानांचस्त्रीणांक्षीणमांसरुधिराणांपथ्यतमंरसायनमुत्तमंवलीपलितनाशनंविद्यात्(१)|१९|
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ataūrdhvaṁvr̥ṣyatamānsnēhānvakṣyāmaḥ|
 
ataūrdhvaṁvr̥ṣyatamānsnēhānvakṣyāmaḥ|
śatāvarīguḍūcīkṣuvidāryāmalakadrākṣākharjūrāṇāṁyantrapīḍitānāṁrasaprasthaṁpr̥thagēkaikaṁtadvadghr̥tatailagōmahiṣyajākṣīrāṇāṁdvaudvaudadyāt,
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śatāvarīguḍūcīkṣuvidāryāmalakadrākṣākharjūrāṇāṁyantrapīḍitānāṁrasaprasthaṁpr̥thagēkaikaṁtadvadghr̥ta
jīvakarṣabhakamēdāmahāmēdātvakkṣīrīśr̥ṅgāṭakamadhūlikāmadhukōccaṭāpippalīpuṣkarabījanīlōtpalakadambapuṣpa-puṇḍarīkakēśarakalkānpr̥ṣatatarakṣumāṁsakukkuṭacaṭakacakōramattākṣabarhijīvañjīvakuliṅgahaṁsāṇḍarasavasāmajjādēścaprasthaṁdattvāsādhayēt|
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tailagōmahiṣyajākṣīrāṇāṁdvaudvaudadyāt,
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jīvakarṣabhakamēdāmahāmēdātvakkṣīrīśr̥ṅgāṭakamadhūlikāmadhukōccaṭāpippalīpuṣkarabījanīlōtpalakadambapuṣpa-puṇḍarīkakēśarakalkānpr̥ṣatatarakṣumāṁsakukkuṭacaṭakacakōramattākṣa
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barhijīvañjīvakuliṅgahaṁsāṇḍarasavasāmajjādēścaprasthaṁdattvāsādhayēt|
 
brahmaghōṣaśaṅkhapaṭahabhērīninādaiḥsiddhaṁsitacchatrakr̥tacchāyaṁgajaskandhamārōpayēdbhagavantaṁvr̥ṣadhvajamabhipūjya,
 
brahmaghōṣaśaṅkhapaṭahabhērīninādaiḥsiddhaṁsitacchatrakr̥tacchāyaṁgajaskandhamārōpayēdbhagavantaṁvr̥ṣadhvajamabhipūjya,
 
taṁsnēhaṁtribhāgamākṣikaṁmaṅgalāśīḥstutidēvatārcanairbastiṁgamayēt|
 
taṁsnēhaṁtribhāgamākṣikaṁmaṅgalāśīḥstutidēvatārcanairbastiṁgamayēt|
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ataUrdhvaMvRuShyatamAnsnehAnvakShyAmaH|
 
ataUrdhvaMvRuShyatamAnsnehAnvakShyAmaH|
shatAvarIguDUcIkShuvidAryAmalakadrAkShAkharjUrANAMyantrapIDitAnAMrasaprasthaMpRuthagekaikaMtadvadghRutatailagomahiShyajAkShIrANAMdvaudvaudadyAt,
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shatAvarIguDUcIkShuvidAryAmalakadrAkShAkharjUrANAMyantrapIDitAnAMrasaprasthaMpRuthagekaikaMtadvadghRuta
jIvakarShabhakamedAmahAmedAtvakkShIrIshRu~ggATakamadhUlikAmadhukoccaTApippalIpuShkarabIjanIlotpalakadambapuShpa-puNDarIkakesharakalkAnpRuShatatarakShumAMsakukkuTacaTakacakoramattAkShabarhijIva~jjIvakuli~ggahaMsANDarasavasAmajjAdeshcaprasthaMdattvAsAdhayet|
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tailagomahiShyajAkShIrANAMdvaudvaudadyAt,
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jIvakarShabhakamedAmahAmedAtvakkShIrIshRu~ggATakamadhUlikAmadhukoccaTApippalIpuShkarabIjanIlotpalakadambapuShpa-puNDarIkakesharakalkAnpRuShatatarakShumAMsakukkuTacaTakacakoramattAkSha
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barhijIva~jjIvakuli~ggahaMsANDarasavasAmajjAdeshcaprasthaMdattvAsAdhayet|
 
brahmaghoShasha~gkhapaTahabherIninAdaiHsiddhaMsitacchatrakRutacchAyaMgajaskandhamAropayedbhagavantaMvRuShadhvajamabhipUjya,
 
brahmaghoShasha~gkhapaTahabherIninAdaiHsiddhaMsitacchatrakRutacchAyaMgajaskandhamAropayedbhagavantaMvRuShadhvajamabhipUjya,
 
taMsnehaMtribhAgamAkShikaMma~ggalAshIHstutidevatArcanairbastiMgamayet|
 
taMsnehaMtribhAgamAkShikaMma~ggalAshIHstutidevatArcanairbastiMgamayet|
 
nRuNAMstrIvihAriNAMnaShTaretasAMkShatakShINaviShamajvarArtAnAMvyApannayonInAMvandhyAnAMraktagulminInAM[1]
 
nRuNAMstrIvihAriNAMnaShTaretasAMkShatakShINaviShamajvarArtAnAMvyApannayonInAMvandhyAnAMraktagulminInAM[1]
 
mRutApatyAnAmanArtavAnAMcastrINAMkShINamAMsarudhirANAMpathyatamaMrasAyanamuttamaMvalIpalitanAshanaMvidyAt(1)|19|
 
mRutApatyAnAmanArtavAnAMcastrINAMkShINamAMsarudhirANAMpathyatamaMrasAyanamuttamaMvalIpalitanAshanaMvidyAt(1)|19|
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==== ''Sneha Basti'' ====
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=== ''Sneha Basti'' ===
Here some oleating (''anuvasana'') ''bastis'' will be described.
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Here some oleating (''anuvasana'') ''[[basti]]s'' will be described.
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===== ''Satavaryadi sneha basti'' =====
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==== ''Satavaryadi sneha basti'' ====
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The ''swarasa'' (juice) of ''satavari, guduchi, ikshu, vidari, amalaki, draksa'' and ''kharjura'', one ''prastha'' each and to this, two ''prasthas'' of ghee, oil, cow’s milk, buffalo-milk and goat-milk each should be added. Then the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''jivaka, rsabhaka, meda, maha-meda, tvak-ksiri'' (''vamsa-lochana''), ''sringataka, madhulika, madhuka, uchchata, pippali'', seeds of ''pushkara, nilotpala'', flower of ''kadamba pundarika'' and ''kesara'' should be added. This preparation should be boiled by adding one ''prastha'' meat-soup of ''mriga'' (antelope) and ''taraksu'' (type of lion), along with the sap of the eggs of ''kukkuta, chataka, chakora, mattaksa'' (''kokila'') ''barhi, jivanjivaka, kulinga'' and ''hamsa, vasa'' (muscle-fat), ''majja'' (bone-marrow), etc. To this medicated ''basti,'' one-third in quantity honey should be added. With auspicious benedictions, prayers and worshipping of the gods, this ''basti'' should be administered.
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The ''swarasa'' (juice) of ''satavari, guduchi, ikshu, vidari, amalaki, draksa'' and ''kharjura'', one ''prastha'' each and to this, two ''prasthas'' of ghee, oil, cow’s milk, buffalo-milk and goat-milk each should be added. Then the ''kalka'' (paste) of ''jivaka, rsabhaka, meda, maha-meda, tvak-ksiri'' (''vamsa-lochana''), ''sringataka, madhulika, madhuka, uchchata, pippali'', seeds of ''pushkara, nilotpala'', flower of ''kadamba pundarika'' and ''kesara'' should be added. This preparation should be boiled by adding one ''prastha'' meat-soup of ''mriga'' (antelope) and ''taraksu'' (type of lion), along with the sap of the eggs of ''kukkuta, chataka, chakora, mattaksa'' (''kokila'') ''barhi, jivanjivaka, kulinga'' and ''hamsa, vasa'' (muscle-fat), ''majja'' (bone-marrow), etc. To this medicated ''[[basti]],'' one-third in quantity honey should be added. With auspicious benedictions, prayers and worshipping of the gods, this ''[[basti]]'' should be administered.
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This ''basti'' is beneficial for a person indulging in excessive sex, suffering from ''nashtretas'' (loss of semen), suffering from ''kshata-kshina'' (phthisis) and ''vishamajwara'' (chronic/irregular fever), female suffering from ''yoni vyapada'' (gynecological disorders), ''bandhyatva'' (sterility) and ''raktagulma'' (uterine tumor), whose offspring succumb to death before or after delivery,  suffering from anartava (amenorrhoea) and a person  suffering from ksheen mamsa rudhira(diminished muscular tissue and blood). It acts as an excellent ''rasayana'' (rejuvenation therapy) and also cures ''vali'' (wrinkles of skin) and ''palita'' (graying of hair).[19/1]
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This ''[[basti]]'' is beneficial for a person indulging in excessive sex, suffering from ''nashtretas'' (loss of semen), suffering from ''kshata-kshina'' (phthisis) and ''vishamajwara'' (chronic/irregular fever), female suffering from ''yoni vyapada'' (gynecological disorders), ''bandhyatva'' (sterility) and ''raktagulma'' (uterine tumor), whose offspring succumb to death before or after delivery,  suffering from anartava (amenorrhoea) and a person  suffering from ksheen mamsa rudhira(diminished muscular tissue and blood). It acts as an excellent ''[[rasayana]]'' (rejuvenation therapy) and also cures ''vali'' (wrinkles of skin) and ''palita'' (graying of hair).[19/1]
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बलागोक्षुरकरास्नाश्वगन्धाशतावरीसहचराणांशतंशतमापोथ्यजलद्रोणशतेप्रसाध्यं,तस्मिन्जलद्रोणावशेषेरसेवस्त्रपूतेविदार्यामलकस्वरसयोर्बस्तमहिषवराहवृषकुक्कुटबर्हिहंसकारण्डवसारसाण्डरसानांघृततैलयोश्चैकैकंप्रस्थमष्टौप्रस्थान्क्षीरस्यदत्त्वाचन्दनमधुकमधूलिकात्वक्क्षीरीबिसमृणालनीलोत्पलपटोलात्मगुप्तान्नपाकितालमस्तकखर्जूरमृद्वीकातामलकी-कण्टकारीजीवकर्षभकक्षुद्रसहामहासहाशतावरीमेदापिप्पलीह्रीबेरत्वक्पत्रकल्कांश्चदत्त्वासाधयेत्|
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बलागोक्षुरकरास्नाश्वगन्धाशतावरीसहचराणांशतंशतमापोथ्यजलद्रोणशतेप्रसाध्यं,
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तस्मिन्जलद्रोणावशेषेरसेवस्त्रपूतेविदार्यामलकस्वरसयोर्बस्तमहिषवराहवृषकुक्कुट
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बर्हिहंसकारण्डवसारसाण्डरसानांघृततैलयोश्चैकैकंप्रस्थमष्टौप्रस्थान्क्षीरस्यदत्त्वाचन्दनमधुकमधूलिकात्वक्क्षीरीबिसमृणालनीलोत्पल
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पटोलात्मगुप्तान्नपाकितालमस्तकखर्जूरमृद्वीकातामलकी-कण्टकारीजीवकर्षभकक्षुद्रसहामहासहाशतावरीमेदापिप्पलीह्रीबेरत्वक्पत्रकल्कांश्चदत्त्वासाधयेत्|
 
ब्रह्मघोषादिनाविधिनासिद्धंबस्तिंदद्यात्|
 
ब्रह्मघोषादिनाविधिनासिद्धंबस्तिंदद्यात्|
 
तेनस्त्रीशतंगच्छेत्;नचात्रास्तेविहाराहारयन्त्रणाकाचित्|
 
तेनस्त्रीशतंगच्छेत्;नचात्रास्तेविहाराहारयन्त्रणाकाचित्|
 
एषवृष्योबल्योबृंहणआयुष्योवलीपलितनुत्क्षतक्षीणनष्टशुक्रविषमज्वरार्तानांव्यापन्नयोनीनांचपथ्यतमः(२)|
 
एषवृष्योबल्योबृंहणआयुष्योवलीपलितनुत्क्षतक्षीणनष्टशुक्रविषमज्वरार्तानांव्यापन्नयोनीनांचपथ्यतमः(२)|
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balāgōkṣurakarāsnāśvagandhāśatāvarīsahacarāṇāṁśataṁśatamāpōthyajaladrōṇaśatēprasādhyaṁ,tasminjaladrōṇāvaśēṣērasēvastrapūtēvidāryāmalakasvarasayōrbastamahiṣavarāhavr̥ṣakukkuṭabarhihaṁsakāraṇḍavasārasāṇḍarasānāṁghr̥tatailayōścaikaikaṁprasthamaṣṭauprasthānkṣīrasyadattvācandanamadhukamadhūlikātvakkṣīrībisamr̥ṇālanīlōtpalapaṭōlātmaguptānnapākitālamastakakharjūramr̥dvīkātāmalakī-kaṇṭakārījīvakarṣabhakakṣudrasahāmahāsahāśatāvarīmēdāpippalīhrībēratvakpatrakalkāṁścadattvāsādhayēt|
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balāgōkṣurakarāsnāśvagandhāśatāvarīsahacarāṇāṁśataṁśatamāpōthyajaladrōṇaśatēprasādhyaṁ,
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tasminjaladrōṇāvaśēṣērasēvastrapūtēvidāryāmalakasvarasayōrbastamahiṣavarāhavr̥ṣakukkuṭa
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barhihaṁsakāraṇḍavasārasāṇḍarasānāṁghr̥tatailayōścaikaikaṁprasthamaṣṭauprasthānkṣīrasyadattvācandanamadhukamadhūlikātvak
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kṣīrībisamr̥ṇālanīlōtpalapaṭōlātmaguptānnapākitālamastakakharjūramr̥dvīkātāmalakī
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kaṇṭakārījīvakarṣabhakakṣudrasahāmahāsahāśatāvarīmēdāpippalīhrībēratvakpatrakalkāṁścadattvāsādhayēt|
 
brahmaghōṣādināvidhināsiddhaṁbastiṁdadyāt|
 
brahmaghōṣādināvidhināsiddhaṁbastiṁdadyāt|
 
tēnastrīśataṁgacchēt;nacātrāstēvihārāhārayantraṇākācit|
 
tēnastrīśataṁgacchēt;nacātrāstēvihārāhārayantraṇākācit|
 
ēṣavr̥ṣyōbalyōbr̥ṁhaṇaāyuṣyōvalīpalitanutkṣatakṣīṇanaṣṭaśukraviṣamajvarārtānāṁvyāpannayōnīnāṁcapathyatamaḥ(2)|19|
 
ēṣavr̥ṣyōbalyōbr̥ṁhaṇaāyuṣyōvalīpalitanutkṣatakṣīṇanaṣṭaśukraviṣamajvarārtānāṁvyāpannayōnīnāṁcapathyatamaḥ(2)|19|
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balAgokShurakarAsnAshvagandhAshatAvarIsahacarANAMshataMshatamApothyajaladroNashateprasAdhyaM,tasminjaladroNAvasheSherasevastrapUtevidAryAmalakasvarasayorbastamahiShavarAhavRuShakukkuTabarhihaMsakAraNDavasArasANDarasAnAMghRutatailayoshcaikaikaMprasthamaShTauprasthAnkShIrasyadattvAcandanamadhukamadhUlikAtvakkShIrIbisamRuNAlanIlotpalapaTolAtmaguptAnnapAkitAlamastakakharjUramRudvIkAtAmalakI-kaNTakArIjIvakarShabhakakShudrasahAmahAsahAshatAvarImedApippalIhrIberatvakpatrakalkAMshcadattvAsAdhayet|
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balAgokShurakarAsnAshvagandhAshatAvarIsahacarANAMshataMshatamApothyajaladroNashateprasAdhyaM,
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tasminjaladroNAvasheSherasevastrapUtevidAryAmalakasvarasayorbastamahiShavarAhavRuShakukkuTa
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barhihaMsakAraNDavasArasANDarasAnAMghRutatailayoshcaikaikaMprasthamaShTauprasthAnkShIrasyadattvAcandanamadhukamadhUlikAtvak
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kShIrIbisamRuNAlanIlotpalapaTolAtmaguptAnnapAkitAlamastakakharjUramRudvIkAtAmalakI
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kaNTakArIjIvakarShabhakakShudrasahAmahAsahAshatAvarImedApippalIhrIberatvakpatrakalkAMshcadattvAsAdhayet|
 
brahmaghoShAdinAvidhinAsiddhaMbastiMdadyAt|
 
brahmaghoShAdinAvidhinAsiddhaMbastiMdadyAt|
 
tenastrIshataMgacchet;nacAtrAstevihArAhArayantraNAkAcit|
 
tenastrIshataMgacchet;nacAtrAstevihArAhArayantraNAkAcit|
 
eShavRuShyobalyobRuMhaNaAyuShyovalIpalitanutkShatakShINanaShTashukraviShamajvarArtAnAMvyApannayonInAMcapathyatamaH(2)|19|
 
eShavRuShyobalyobRuMhaNaAyuShyovalIpalitanutkShatakShINanaShTashukraviShamajvarArtAnAMvyApannayonInAMcapathyatamaH(2)|19|
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===== ''Baladi Sneha Basti'' =====  
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==== ''Baladi Sneha Basti'' ====  
    
One hundred ''palas'' (100x48gm) of each of ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''goksuraka'' (Tribulus terrestris), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''ashvagandha'' (Withania somnifera), ''shatavari'' (Asparagus racemosus) and ''sahachara'' (Barleria prionitis) should be crushed into small pieces and boiled by adding one hundred ''dronas'' (100x12.288kg) of water till one-fourth of the liquid remains. Then this liquid should be filtered by a cloth. This should be boiled by adding the one ''prastha'' (768gm) ''swaras'' (juice) of ''vidari'' (Pueraria tuberosa) and ''amalaki'' (Emblica officinalis) each, one ''prastha'' (768gm) meat-soup of goat, buffalo, pig and bull each, one ''prastha'' (768gm) saps of the eggs of domestic fowl, pea-hen, swan, ''karandava'' and ''sarasa'' each,  one ''prastha'' (768gm) ghee and oil each, eight ''prasthas'' (8x768gm) of milk and kalka ( Paste) of ''chandana'' (Santalum album), ''madhuka'' (Glycirrhiza glabra), ''madhulika, tvak-ksiri'' (''vamsa-lochana'' or Bambusa arundinacea), bias, ''mrinala, nilotpala'' (Nymphaea stellata)), ''patola'' (Trichosanthes dioica), ''atma-gupta'' (Mucuna prurita), ''anna-paki'' (odana-paki), ''tala-mastaka, kharjura'' (Phoenix sylvestris), ''mridvika'' (Vitis vinifera), ''tamalaki'' (Phyllanthus urinaria), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), ''jivaka'' (Microstylis wallichii), ''rishabhaka'' (Microstylis mucifera), ''kshudra-saha'' (''mudga-parni'' or Phaseolus trilobus), ''maha saha'' (''masa-parni'' or Teramnus labialis), ''shatavari'' (Asparagus racemosus), ''meda'' (Polygonumverticillatum), ''pippali'' (Piper longum), ''hribera, tvak'' (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) and ''patra'' (Cinnamomum tamala).
 
One hundred ''palas'' (100x48gm) of each of ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''goksuraka'' (Tribulus terrestris), ''rasna'' (Pluchea lanceolata), ''ashvagandha'' (Withania somnifera), ''shatavari'' (Asparagus racemosus) and ''sahachara'' (Barleria prionitis) should be crushed into small pieces and boiled by adding one hundred ''dronas'' (100x12.288kg) of water till one-fourth of the liquid remains. Then this liquid should be filtered by a cloth. This should be boiled by adding the one ''prastha'' (768gm) ''swaras'' (juice) of ''vidari'' (Pueraria tuberosa) and ''amalaki'' (Emblica officinalis) each, one ''prastha'' (768gm) meat-soup of goat, buffalo, pig and bull each, one ''prastha'' (768gm) saps of the eggs of domestic fowl, pea-hen, swan, ''karandava'' and ''sarasa'' each,  one ''prastha'' (768gm) ghee and oil each, eight ''prasthas'' (8x768gm) of milk and kalka ( Paste) of ''chandana'' (Santalum album), ''madhuka'' (Glycirrhiza glabra), ''madhulika, tvak-ksiri'' (''vamsa-lochana'' or Bambusa arundinacea), bias, ''mrinala, nilotpala'' (Nymphaea stellata)), ''patola'' (Trichosanthes dioica), ''atma-gupta'' (Mucuna prurita), ''anna-paki'' (odana-paki), ''tala-mastaka, kharjura'' (Phoenix sylvestris), ''mridvika'' (Vitis vinifera), ''tamalaki'' (Phyllanthus urinaria), ''kantakari'' (Solanum surattense), ''jivaka'' (Microstylis wallichii), ''rishabhaka'' (Microstylis mucifera), ''kshudra-saha'' (''mudga-parni'' or Phaseolus trilobus), ''maha saha'' (''masa-parni'' or Teramnus labialis), ''shatavari'' (Asparagus racemosus), ''meda'' (Polygonumverticillatum), ''pippali'' (Piper longum), ''hribera, tvak'' (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) and ''patra'' (Cinnamomum tamala).
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With the chanting of ''vedic mantras'' and such other rituals described earlier ''basti'' should be given with this preparation.
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With the chanting of ''vedic mantras'' and such other rituals described earlier ''[[basti]]'' should be given with this preparation.
After having this ''basti'' a person becomes sexually active. This ''basti'' does not involve any restriction of diet or regimen.  It promotes virility, strength, corpulence and longevity. It cures ''vali'' (wrinkles) on the skin and ''palita'' (graying of hair). It is exceedingly wholesome for patients suffering from phthisis, loss of semen, ''vishama-jwara'' (irregular fever) and female disorders.19(2)     
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After having this ''[[basti]]'' a person becomes sexually active. This ''[[basti]]'' does not involve any restriction of diet or regimen.  It promotes virility, strength, corpulence and longevity. It cures ''vali'' (wrinkles) on the skin and ''palita'' (graying of hair). It is exceedingly wholesome for patients suffering from phthisis, loss of semen, ''vishama-jwara'' (irregular fever) and female disorders.19(2)     
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सहचरपलशतमुदकद्रोणचतुष्ट्येपक्त्वाद्रोणशेषेरसेसुपूतेविदारीक्षुरसप्रस्थाभ्यामष्टगुणक्षीरंघृततैलप्रस्थंबलामधुकमधूकचन्दनमधूलिकासारिवामेदामहामेदाकाकोलिक्षीरकाकोलीपयस्यागुरुमञ्जिष्ठाव्याघ्रनख-शटीसहचरसहस्रवीर्यावराङ्गलोध्राणामक्षमात्रैर्द्विगुणशर्करैःकल्कैःसाधयेत्|
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सहचरपलशतमुदकद्रोणचतुष्ट्येपक्त्वाद्रोणशेषेरसेसुपूतेविदारीक्षुरसप्रस्थाभ्यामष्टगुणक्षीरंघृततैलप्रस्थंबलामधुकमधूकचन्दनमधूलिकासारिवामेदामहामेदा
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काकोलिक्षीरकाकोलीपयस्यागुरुमञ्जिष्ठाव्याघ्रनख-शटीसहचरसहस्रवीर्यावराङ्गलोध्राणामक्षमात्रैर्द्विगुणशर्करैःकल्कैःसाधयेत्|
 
बह्मघोषादिनाविधिनासिद्धंबस्तिंदद्यात्|
 
बह्मघोषादिनाविधिनासिद्धंबस्तिंदद्यात्|
 
एषसर्वरोगहरोरसायनोललितानांश्रेष्ठोऽन्तःपुरचारिणीनांक्षतक्षयवातपित्तवेदनाश्वासकासहरस्त्रिभागमाक्षिकोवलीपलितनुद्वर्णरूपबलमांसशुक्रवर्धनः(३)  |
 
एषसर्वरोगहरोरसायनोललितानांश्रेष्ठोऽन्तःपुरचारिणीनांक्षतक्षयवातपित्तवेदनाश्वासकासहरस्त्रिभागमाक्षिकोवलीपलितनुद्वर्णरूपबलमांसशुक्रवर्धनः(३)  |
    
इत्येतेरसायनाःस्नेहबस्तयःसतिविभवेशतपाकाःसहस्रपाकावाकार्यावीर्यबलाधानार्थमिति||१९||
 
इत्येतेरसायनाःस्नेहबस्तयःसतिविभवेशतपाकाःसहस्रपाकावाकार्यावीर्यबलाधानार्थमिति||१९||
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sahacarapalaśatamudakadrōṇacatuṣṭyēpaktvādrōṇaśēṣērasēsupūtēvidārīkṣurasaprasthābhyāmaṣṭaguṇakṣīraṁghr̥tatailaprasthaṁbalāmadhukamadhūkacandanamadhūlikāsārivāmēdāmahāmēdākākōlikṣīrakākōlīpayasyāgurumañjiṣṭhāvyāghranakha-śaṭīsahacarasahasravīryāvarāṅgalōdhrāṇāmakṣamātrairdviguṇaśarkaraiḥkalkaiḥsādhayēt|
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sahacarapalaśatamudakadrōṇacatuṣṭyēpaktvādrōṇaśēṣērasēsupūtēvidārīkṣurasaprasthābhyāmaṣṭaguṇakṣīraṁghr̥tatailaprasthaṁbalā
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madhukamadhūkacandanamadhūlikāsārivāmēdāmahāmēdākākōlikṣīrakākōlīpayasyāgurumañjiṣṭhāvyāghranakha-śaṭīsahacarasahasravīryāvarāṅgalōdhrāṇāmakṣamātrairdviguṇaśarkaraiḥkalkaiḥsādhayēt|
 
bahmaghōṣādināvidhināsiddhaṁbastiṁdadyāt|
 
bahmaghōṣādināvidhināsiddhaṁbastiṁdadyāt|
ēṣasarvarōgaharōrasāyanōlalitānāṁśrēṣṭhō'ntaḥpuracāriṇīnāṁkṣatakṣayavātapittavēdanāśvāsakāsaharastribhāgamākṣikōvalīpalitanudvarṇarūpabalamāṁsaśukravardhanaḥ(3)|
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ēṣasarvarōgaharōrasāyanōlalitānāṁśrēṣṭhō'ntaḥpuracāriṇīnāṁkṣatakṣayavātapittavēdanāśvāsa-kāsaharastribhāgamākṣikōvalīpalitanudvarṇarūpabalamāṁsaśukravardhanaḥ(3)|
    
ityētērasāyanāḥsnēhabastayaḥsativibhavēśatapākāḥsahasrapākāvākāryāvīryabalādhānārthamiti||19||
 
ityētērasāyanāḥsnēhabastayaḥsativibhavēśatapākāḥsahasrapākāvākāryāvīryabalādhānārthamiti||19||
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sahacarapalashatamudakadroNacatuShTyepaktvAdroNasheSherasesupUtevidArIkShurasaprasthAbhyAmaShTaguNakShIraMghRutatailaprasthaMbalAmadhukamadhUkacandanamadhUlikAsArivAmedAmahAmedAkAkolikShIrakAkolIpayasyAguruma~jjiShThAvyAghranakha-shaTIsahacarasahasravIryAvarA~ggalodhrANAmakShamAtrairdviguNasharkaraiHkalkaiHsAdhayet|
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sahacarapalashatamudakadroNacatuShTyepaktvAdroNasheSherasesupUtevidArIkShurasaprasthAbhyAmaShTaguNakShIraMghRutatailaprasthaMbalA
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madhukamadhUkacandanamadhUlikAsArivAmedAmahAmedAkAkolikShIrakAkolIpayasyAguruma~jjiShThAvyAghranakha-shaTIsahacarasahasravIryAvarA~ggalodhrANAmakShamAtrairdviguNasharkaraiHkalkaiHsAdhayet|
 
bahmaghoShAdinAvidhinAsiddhaMbastiMdadyAt|
 
bahmaghoShAdinAvidhinAsiddhaMbastiMdadyAt|
eShasarvarogaharorasAyanolalitAnAMshreShTho~antaHpuracAriNInAMkShatakShayavAtapittavedanAshvAsakAsaharastribhAgamAkShikovalIpalitanudvarNarUpabalamAMsashukravardhanaH(3)|
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eShasarvarogaharorasAyanolalitAnAMshreShTho~antaHpuracAriNInAMkShatakShayavAtapittavedanAshvAsa-kAsaharastribhAgamAkShikovalIpalitanudvarNarUpabalamAMsashukravardhanaH(3)|
    
ityeterasAyanAHsnehabastayaHsativibhaveshatapAkAHsahasrapAkAvAkAryAvIryabalAdhAnArthamiti 3||19||
 
ityeterasAyanAHsnehabastayaHsativibhaveshatapAkAHsahasrapAkAvAkAryAvIryabalAdhAnArthamiti 3||19||
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===== ''Sahacharadya sneha basti'' =====
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==== ''Sahacharadya sneha basti'' ====
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One hundred ''palas'' (100x48gm) of ''sahachara'' (Barleria prionitis) should be added with four ''dronas'' (4x12.288kg) of water, and boiled till one drone (12.288kg) of the liquid remains. This ''kwatha'' (decoction) should be strained out, and then boiled by adding one ''prastha'' (768gm), ''kwatha'' (juice ) of ''vidari''  (Pueraria tuberosa) and sugar cane each, sixteen ''prasthas'' (16x768gm) of milk,  one ''prastha'' (768gm) ghee and oil each, ''kwatha'' (paste) of one ''aksa'' (12gm ), ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra),  ''chandana'' (Santalum album), ''madhulika, sariva'' (Hemidesmus indicus), ''meda'' (Polygonatum verticillatum), ''maha-meda'' (Polygonatum cirrhifolium), ''kakoli'' (Nomocharis oxypetala), ''ksira-kakoli'' (Lilium polyphyllum), payasya(Impomoea paniculata), ''aguru'' (Aquilaria agallocha), ''manjistha'' (Rubia cordifolia), ''vyaghra-nakha, sati'' (Hedychium spicatium), ''sahacara'' (Barleria prionitis), ''sahasra-virya'' (''durva'' or Cynodon dactylon), ''varanga'' (''guda-tvak'') and ''lodhra'' (Symplocos racemosa) each , and two ''aksas'' (2x12gm) of sugar. This ''basti'' should be given while chanting the Vedic ''mantras'' and other rituals.This ''basti'' is beneficial for all the diseases, delicate women living in homes, it rejuvenates the body. It cures ''kshata-kshina'' (phthisis), pain caused by ''vayu'' and ''pitta'', ''shwasa'' and ''kasa'' (dyspnea and cough). When it is used after adding honey of one third in quantity of the already prepared ''basti'', it cures ''vali'' (wrinkles), ''palita'' (graying of hairs), and promotes (color), (complexion), ''roopa'' (beauty), ''bala'' (strength), ''mamsa'' (muscle) and ''shukra'' (semen).
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One hundred ''palas'' (100x48gm) of ''sahachara'' (Barleria prionitis) should be added with four ''dronas'' (4x12.288kg) of water, and boiled till one drone (12.288kg) of the liquid remains. This ''kwatha'' (decoction) should be strained out, and then boiled by adding one ''prastha'' (768gm), ''kwatha'' (juice ) of ''vidari''  (Pueraria tuberosa) and sugar cane each, sixteen ''prasthas'' (16x768gm) of milk,  one ''prastha'' (768gm) ghee and oil each, ''kwatha'' (paste) of one ''aksa'' (12gm ), ''bala'' (Sida cordifolia), ''madhuka'' (Glycyrrhiza glabra),  ''chandana'' (Santalum album), ''madhulika, sariva'' (Hemidesmus indicus), ''meda'' (Polygonatum verticillatum), ''maha-meda'' (Polygonatum cirrhifolium), ''kakoli'' (Nomocharis oxypetala), ''ksira-kakoli'' (Lilium polyphyllum), payasya(Impomoea paniculata), ''aguru'' (Aquilaria agallocha), ''manjistha'' (Rubia cordifolia), ''vyaghra-nakha, sati'' (Hedychium spicatium), ''sahacara'' (Barleria prionitis), ''sahasra-virya'' (''durva'' or Cynodon dactylon), ''varanga'' (''guda-tvak'') and ''lodhra'' (Symplocos racemosa) each , and two ''aksas'' (2x12gm) of sugar. This ''[[basti]]'' should be given while chanting the Vedic ''mantras'' and other rituals.This ''[[basti]]'' is beneficial for all the diseases, delicate women living in homes, it rejuvenates the body. It cures ''kshata-kshina'' (phthisis), pain caused by ''vayu'' and ''[[pitta]]'', ''shwasa'' and ''kasa'' (dyspnea and cough). When it is used after adding honey of one third in quantity of the already prepared ''[[basti]]'', it cures ''vali'' (wrinkles), ''palita'' (graying of hairs), and promotes (color), (complexion), ''roopa'' (beauty), ''bala'' (strength), ''[[mamsa]]'' (muscle) and ''[[shukra]]'' (semen).
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If these above mentioned ''rasayana sneha bastis'' are concentrated by ''shatpaka sahasra paka'' (by cooking hundred or thousands times) their potency and strength increases with improved benefits (19)
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If these above mentioned ''[[rasayana]] sneha [[basti]]s'' are concentrated by ''shatpaka sahasra paka'' (by cooking hundred or thousands times) their potency and strength increases with improved benefits (19)
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इत्येतेबस्तयःस्नेहाश्चोक्तायापनसञ्ज्ञिताः|
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इत्येतेबस्तयःस्नेहाश्चोक्तायापनसञ्ज्ञिताः|<br />
स्वस्थानामातुराणांचवृद्धानांचाविरोधिनाः||२०||
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स्वस्थानामातुराणांचवृद्धानांचाविरोधिनाः||२०||<br />
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अतिव्यवायशीलानांशुक्रमांसबलप्रदाः|
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अतिव्यवायशीलानांशुक्रमांसबलप्रदाः|<br />
सर्वरोगप्रशमनाःसर्वेष्वृतुषुयौगिकाः||२१||
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सर्वरोगप्रशमनाःसर्वेष्वृतुषुयौगिकाः||२१||<br />
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नारीणामप्रजातानांनराणांचाप्यपत्यदाः|
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नारीणामप्रजातानांनराणांचाप्यपत्यदाः|<br />
उभयार्थकरादृष्टाःस्नेहबस्तिनिरूहयोः||२२||
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उभयार्थकरादृष्टाःस्नेहबस्तिनिरूहयोः||२२||<br />
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ityētēbastayaḥsnēhāścōktāyāpanasañjñitāḥ|
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ityētēbastayaḥsnēhāścōktāyāpanasañjñitāḥ|<br />
svasthānāmāturāṇāṁcavr̥ddhānāṁcāvirōdhināḥ||20||
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svasthānāmāturāṇāṁcavr̥ddhānāṁcāvirōdhināḥ||20||<br />
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ativyavāyaśīlānāṁśukramāṁsabalapradāḥ|
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ativyavāyaśīlānāṁśukramāṁsabalapradāḥ|<br />
sarvarōgapraśamanāḥsarvēṣvr̥tuṣuyaugikāḥ||21||
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sarvarōgapraśamanāḥsarvēṣvr̥tuṣuyaugikāḥ||21||<br />
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nārīṇāmaprajātānāṁnarāṇāṁcāpyapatyadāḥ|
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nārīṇāmaprajātānāṁnarāṇāṁcāpyapatyadāḥ|<br />
ubhayārthakarādr̥ṣṭāḥsnēhabastinirūhayōḥ||22||
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ubhayārthakarādr̥ṣṭāḥsnēhabastinirūhayōḥ||22||<br />
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ityetebastayaHsnehAshcoktAyApanasa~jj~jitAH|
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ityetebastayaHsnehAshcoktAyApanasa~jj~jitAH| <br />
svasthAnAmAturANAMcavRuddhAnAMcAvirodhinAH||20||
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svasthAnAmAturANAMcavRuddhAnAMcAvirodhinAH||20|| <br />
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ativyavAyashIlAnAMshukramAMsabalapradAH|
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ativyavAyashIlAnAMshukramAMsabalapradAH| <br />
sarvarogaprashamanAHsarveShvRutuShuyaugikAH||21||
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sarvarogaprashamanAHsarveShvRutuShuyaugikAH||21|| <br />
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nArINAmaprajAtAnAMnarANAMcApyapatyadAH|
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nArINAmaprajAtAnAMnarANAMcApyapatyadAH| <br />
ubhayArthakarAdRuShTAHsnehabastinirUhayoH||22||
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ubhayArthakarAdRuShTAHsnehabastinirUhayoH||22|| <br />
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The benefits of ''yapana sneha'' and ''niruha basti'':
 
The benefits of ''yapana sneha'' and ''niruha basti'':
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The above mentioned oleating ''basti'' preparations are called ''yapana basti''. These are ''avirodhi'' (not contraindicated) either for healthy persons, patients or for old persons also. They promote ''shukra'' and ''mamsa'' (semen and muscular tissue) of a person, indulging in excessive sex. They cure all diseases, and can be administered in all seasons. They help the sterile women and men to conceive and have the progeny. Both, ''sneha'' and ''niruha basti'' (medicated enema with and without oil) give ''ishta'' (desired) results. These ''yapana bastis'' serve both the purposes i.e. ''snehana'' (oleation) and ''shodhana'' (elimination of vitiated ''doshas'') from the body.[20-22]
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The above mentioned oleating ''[[basti]]'' preparations are called ''yapana basti''. These are ''avirodhi'' (not contraindicated) either for healthy persons, patients or for old persons also. They promote ''[[shukra]]'' and ''[[mamsa]]'' (semen and muscular tissue) of a person, indulging in excessive sex. They cure all diseases, and can be administered in all seasons. They help the sterile women and men to conceive and have the progeny. Both, ''sneha'' and ''niruha basti'' (medicated enema with and without oil) give ''ishta'' (desired) results. These ''yapana bastis'' serve both the purposes i.e. ''[[snehana]]'' (oleation) and ''[[shodhana]]'' (elimination of vitiated ''[[dosha]]s'') from the body.[20-22]
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व्यायामोमैथुनंमद्यंमधूनिशिशिराम्बुच|
 
व्यायामोमैथुनंमद्यंमधूनिशिशिराम्बुच|
    
सम्भोजनंरथक्षोभोबस्तिष्वेतेषुगर्हितम्||२३||
 
सम्भोजनंरथक्षोभोबस्तिष्वेतेषुगर्हितम्||२३||
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vyāyāmōmaithunaṁmadyaṁmadhūniśiśirāmbuca|
 
vyāyāmōmaithunaṁmadyaṁmadhūniśiśirāmbuca|
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sambhojanaMrathakShobhobastiShveteShugarhitam||23||
 
sambhojanaMrathakShobhobastiShveteShugarhitam||23||
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Apathya(Contraindications) during the course of ''Yapana Bastis'':
 
Apathya(Contraindications) during the course of ''Yapana Bastis'':
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During the course of above mentioned ''yapana bastis'', the patient should avoid ''vyayama'' (exercise), ''maithuna'' (sexual intercourse), intake of ''madya'' and ''madhu'' (alcohol and honey), ''shishirambu'' (cold water), taking of full meal and jolting by conveyances. (23)
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During the course of above mentioned ''yapana bastis'', the patient should avoid ''[[vyayama]]'' (exercise), ''maithuna'' (sexual intercourse), intake of ''madya'' and ''madhu'' (alcohol and honey), ''shishirambu'' (cold water), taking of full meal and jolting by conveyances. (23)
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तत्रश्लोकाः[१]-
 
तत्रश्लोकाः[१]-
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नातियोगंनवाऽयोगंस्तम्भितास्तेचकुर्वते||
 
नातियोगंनवाऽयोगंस्तम्भितास्तेचकुर्वते||
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tatraślōkāḥ[1]-
 
tatraślōkāḥ[1]-
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nAtiyogaM na vA~ayogaM stambhitAste ca kurvate|29|
 
nAtiyogaM na vA~ayogaM stambhitAste ca kurvate|29|
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Summary of ''basti'' preparations:
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Summary of ''[[basti]]'' preparations:
    
{|class = "wikitable"
 
{|class = "wikitable"
 
|-
 
|-
|''Basti'' preparations with egg           
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|''[[Basti]]'' preparations with egg           
 
|3
 
|3
 
|-
 
|-
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|9
 
|9
 
|}
 
|}
Thus, when classified in detail, the 29 original and 187 extended, total 216 ''basti'' preparations.
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Thus, when classified in detail, the 29 original and 187 extended, total 216 ''[[basti]]'' preparations.
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Augmenting the potency of ''basti'' preparations.
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Augmenting the potency of ''[[basti]]'' preparations.
    
Use of the above mentioned enema-recipes by adding honey makes a person exceedingly virile. When fortified (with honey), they do not allow any over-action (''atiyoga'') or under-action (''ayoga'').[24-28]
 
Use of the above mentioned enema-recipes by adding honey makes a person exceedingly virile. When fortified (with honey), they do not allow any over-action (''atiyoga'') or under-action (''ayoga'').[24-28]
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मृदुत्वान्ननिवर्तन्तेयस्यत्वेतेप्रयोजिताः||२९||
 
मृदुत्वान्ननिवर्तन्तेयस्यत्वेतेप्रयोजिताः||२९||
    
समूत्रैर्बस्तिभिस्तीक्ष्णैरास्थाप्यःक्षिप्रमेवसः||
 
समूत्रैर्बस्तिभिस्तीक्ष्णैरास्थाप्यःक्षिप्रमेवसः||
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mr̥dutvānnanivartantēyasyatvētēprayōjitāḥ||29||
 
mr̥dutvānnanivartantēyasyatvētēprayōjitāḥ||29||
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samUtrairbastibhistIkShNairAsthApyaHkShipramevasaH||
 
samUtrairbastibhistIkShNairAsthApyaHkShipramevasaH||
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==== Management of non eliminated ''basti'' ====
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=== Management of non eliminated ''basti'' ===
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There are some ''bastis'' which are not eliminated because of their soft nature, so to treat this complication the ''asthapana-basti'' prepared by cow’s urine and other ingredients having ''teekshna'' (irritant nature) should be given immediately.[29]
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There are some ''[[basti]]s'' which are not eliminated because of their soft nature, so to treat this complication the ''asthapana-basti'' prepared by cow’s urine and other ingredients having ''teekshna'' (irritant nature) should be given immediately.[29]
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शोफाग्निनाशपाण्डुत्वशूलार्शःपरिकर्तिकाः||३०||
 
शोफाग्निनाशपाण्डुत्वशूलार्शःपरिकर्तिकाः||३०||
    
स्युर्ज्वरश्चातिसारश्चयापनात्यर्थसेवनात्||
 
स्युर्ज्वरश्चातिसारश्चयापनात्यर्थसेवनात्||
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śōphāgnināśapāṇḍutvaśūlārśaḥparikartikāḥ||30||
 
śōphāgnināśapāṇḍutvaśūlārśaḥparikartikāḥ||30||
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syurjvarashcAtisArashcayApanAtyarthasevanAt||
 
syurjvarashcAtisArashcayApanAtyarthasevanAt||
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==== Disorders of excessive use of ''yapana-bastis'' ====
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=== Disorders of excessive use of ''yapana-bastis'' ===
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The excessive use of ''yapana-basti'' results in ''shopha'' (edema), ''agni-nasha'' (loss of the power of digestion and metabolism), ''pandu'' (anemia), ''shula'' (pain), ''arsha'' (piles), ''pari-kartika'' (sawing pain), ''jwara'' (fever) and ''atisara'' (diarrhea).[30]
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The excessive use of ''yapana-basti'' results in ''shopha'' (edema), ''agni-nasha'' (loss of the power of digestion and metabolism), ''pandu'' (anemia), ''shula'' (pain), ''arsha'' (piles), ''pari-kartika'' (sawing pain), ''[[jwara]]'' (fever) and ''atisara'' (diarrhea).[30]
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अरिष्टक्षीरसीध्वाद्यातत्रेष्टादीपनीक्रिया||३१||
 
अरिष्टक्षीरसीध्वाद्यातत्रेष्टादीपनीक्रिया||३१||
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विस्तरेणपृथक्प्रोक्तास्तेभ्योरक्षेन्नरंसदा||
 
विस्तरेणपृथक्प्रोक्तास्तेभ्योरक्षेन्नरंसदा||
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ariṣṭakṣīrasīdhvādyātatrēṣṭādīpanīkriyā||31||
 
ariṣṭakṣīrasīdhvādyātatrēṣṭādīpanīkriyā||31||
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vistareNapRuthakproktAstebhyorakShennaraMsadA||
 
vistareNapRuthakproktAstebhyorakShennaraMsadA||
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==== Treatment of ''yapana basti vyapada'' (complications) ====
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=== Treatment of ''yapana basti vyapada'' (complications) ===
    
The complications due to ''yapan basti'' should be treated by the use of ''arishtas'' (medicated wines), milk, ''sidhu'' ( type of wine ), and ''agnideepak aushadhis'' ( appetizers) etc.[31]
 
The complications due to ''yapan basti'' should be treated by the use of ''arishtas'' (medicated wines), milk, ''sidhu'' ( type of wine ), and ''agnideepak aushadhis'' ( appetizers) etc.[31]
    
The disorders caused due to various impediments like loudly speaking etc. and their treatment has been described in detail. Thus the patient should be protected from these all. [32]
 
The disorders caused due to various impediments like loudly speaking etc. and their treatment has been described in detail. Thus the patient should be protected from these all. [32]
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कर्मणांवमनादिनामसम्यक्करणापदाम्||३३||
 
कर्मणांवमनादिनामसम्यक्करणापदाम्||३३||
    
यत्रोक्तंसाधनंस्थानेसिद्धिस्थानंतदुच्यते||
 
यत्रोक्तंसाधनंस्थानेसिद्धिस्थानंतदुच्यते||
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karmaṇāṁvamanādināmasamyakkaraṇāpadām||33||
 
karmaṇāṁvamanādināmasamyakkaraṇāpadām||33||
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yatroktaMsAdhanaMsthAnesiddhisthAnaMtaducyate||
 
yatroktaMsAdhanaMsthAnesiddhisthAnaMtaducyate||
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</div></div>
    
The ''nirukti'' (derivation) of [[Siddhi Sthana]]: The section (''sthana'') in which the successful (''siddhi'') administration of purification therapy (emesis, purgation etc.), their complications arising due to various reasons, and management of the same is described is called as [[Siddhi Sthana]].[331/2]
 
The ''nirukti'' (derivation) of [[Siddhi Sthana]]: The section (''sthana'') in which the successful (''siddhi'') administration of purification therapy (emesis, purgation etc.), their complications arising due to various reasons, and management of the same is described is called as [[Siddhi Sthana]].[331/2]
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इत्यध्यायशतंविंशमात्रेयमुनिवाङ्मयम्||३४||
 
इत्यध्यायशतंविंशमात्रेयमुनिवाङ्मयम्||३४||
    
हितार्थंप्राणिनांप्रोक्तमग्निवेशेनधीमता||
 
हितार्थंप्राणिनांप्रोक्तमग्निवेशेनधीमता||
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ityadhyāyaśataṁviṁśamātrēyamunivāṅmayam||34||
 
ityadhyāyaśataṁviṁśamātrēyamunivāṅmayam||34||
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hitArthaMprANinAMproktamagniveshenadhImatA||
 
hitArthaMprANinAMproktamagniveshenadhImatA||
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==== Number of Chapters in Agnivesha Samhita ====
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=== Number of Chapters in Agnivesha Samhita ===
    
The wise Agnivesha, has compiled the entire literature of his guru’s statements, the sage Atreya in this treatise in one hundred and twenty chapters for the welfare  of all the living beings. [34-341/2]
 
The wise Agnivesha, has compiled the entire literature of his guru’s statements, the sage Atreya in this treatise in one hundred and twenty chapters for the welfare  of all the living beings. [34-341/2]
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दीर्घमायुर्यशःस्वास्थ्यं[१]त्रिवर्गंचापिपुष्कलम्||३५||
 
दीर्घमायुर्यशःस्वास्थ्यं[१]त्रिवर्गंचापिपुष्कलम्||३५||
    
सिद्धिंचानुत्तमांलोकेप्राप्नोतिविधिनापठन्||
 
सिद्धिंचानुत्तमांलोकेप्राप्नोतिविधिनापठन्||
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dīrghamāyuryaśaḥsvāsthyaṁ[1]trivargaṁcāpipuṣkalam||35||
 
dīrghamāyuryaśaḥsvāsthyaṁ[1]trivargaṁcāpipuṣkalam||35||
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siddhiMcAnuttamAMlokeprApnotividhinApaThan||
 
siddhiMcAnuttamAMlokeprApnotividhinApaThan||
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==== Benefits of studying the [[Charak Samhita]] ====
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=== Benefits of studying the [[Charak Samhita]] ===
    
By the ''vidhina pathan'' (systematic study) of this treatise ([[Charak Samhita]]) a person achieves ''deerghayu'' (longevity), ''yasha'' (fame), ''swasthya'' (health), ''trivarga'' (''dharma, artha'' and ''kama'' /the three basic desires of life) and ''pushkala'' (''moksha'' / salvation) as well as ''siddhi'' (professional accomplishment) also in this world.[35-36]
 
By the ''vidhina pathan'' (systematic study) of this treatise ([[Charak Samhita]]) a person achieves ''deerghayu'' (longevity), ''yasha'' (fame), ''swasthya'' (health), ''trivarga'' (''dharma, artha'' and ''kama'' /the three basic desires of life) and ''pushkala'' (''moksha'' / salvation) as well as ''siddhi'' (professional accomplishment) also in this world.[35-36]
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विस्तारयतिलेशोक्तंसङ्क्षिपत्यतिविस्तरम्||३६||
 
विस्तारयतिलेशोक्तंसङ्क्षिपत्यतिविस्तरम्||३६||
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षड्विंशताविचित्राभिर्भूषितंतन्त्रयुक्तिभिः||
 
षड्विंशताविचित्राभिर्भूषितंतन्त्रयुक्तिभिः||
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vistārayatilēśōktaṁsaṅkṣipatyativistaram||36||
 
vistārayatilēśōktaṁsaṅkṣipatyativistaram||36||
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ShaDviMshatAvicitrAbhirbhUShitaMtantrayuktibhiH||
 
ShaDviMshatAvicitrAbhirbhUShitaMtantrayuktibhiH||
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==== The function of ''pratisamskarta'' (redactor) ====
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=== The function of ''pratisamskarta'' (redactor) ===
    
A redactor expands the concise statements and the expanded statements into concised ones along with the addition of new thoughts in the old work, and puts it in  new (revised) form.
 
A redactor expands the concise statements and the expanded statements into concised ones along with the addition of new thoughts in the old work, and puts it in  new (revised) form.
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Therefore, Charak, having the excellent intelect and wisdom redacted this illustrious treatise, which was lacking as one-third of its present form. This incomplete or missing text was completed by Dridhabala, the resident of Panchanadpur, by adding 17 chapters of [[Chikitsa Sthana]], 12 chapters in [[Kalpa Sthana]] and [[Siddhi Sthana]] each. Total 41 chapters were added by Dridhabala. He collected the subject matter from different sources like picking up the grains, the completed the text in excellent form which is available today. Hence this text is not deficient in shabda (words) their meanings and free from textual blemishes. It is ''vichitrabhibhushitam'' (decorated/endowed/embellished) with thirty six ''tantrayuktis'' (canons of exposition). [36-40]
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Therefore, Charak, having the excellent intelect and wisdom redacted this illustrious treatise, which was lacking as one-third of its present form. This incomplete or missing text was completed by Dridhabala, the resident of Panchanadpur, by adding 17 chapters of [[Chikitsa Sthana]], 12 chapters in [[Kalpa Sthana]] and [[Siddhi Sthana]] each. Total 41 chapters were added by Dridhabala. He collected the subject matter from different sources like picking up the grains, the completed the text in excellent form which is available today. Hence this text is not deficient in shabda (words) their meanings and free from textual blemishes. It is ''vichitrabhibhushitam'' (decorated/endowed/embellished) with thirty six ''[[tantrayukti]]s'' (canons of exposition). [36-40]
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==== ''Tantrayukti'' (canons of exposition/tricks to understand text) ====
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=== [[Tantrayukti]] (canons of exposition/tricks to understand text) ===
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तत्राधिकरणंयोगोहेत्वर्थोऽर्थःपदस्यच||४१||
 
तत्राधिकरणंयोगोहेत्वर्थोऽर्थःपदस्यच||४१||
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प्रत्युत्सारस्तथोद्धारःसम्भवस्तन्त्रयुक्तयः||
 
प्रत्युत्सारस्तथोद्धारःसम्भवस्तन्त्रयुक्तयः||
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tatrādhikaraṇaṁyōgōhētvarthō'rthaḥpadasyaca||41||
 
tatrādhikaraṇaṁyōgōhētvarthō'rthaḥpadasyaca||41||
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pratyutsArastathoddhAraHsambhavastantrayuktayaH||
 
pratyutsArastathoddhAraHsambhavastantrayuktayaH||
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===== Number of ''tantra yuktis'' (36 Canons of exposition) =====
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==== Number of ''[[tantrayukti]]s'' (36 Canons of exposition) ====
    
#''Adhikaraṇa'' (subject matter)  
 
#''Adhikaraṇa'' (subject matter)  
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#''Uddhara'' (re-affirmation),  
 
#''Uddhara'' (re-affirmation),  
 
#''Sambhava'' (possibility). [41-44]
 
#''Sambhava'' (possibility). [41-44]
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तन्त्रेसमासव्यासोक्तेभवन्त्येताहिकृत्स्नशः||४५||
 
तन्त्रेसमासव्यासोक्तेभवन्त्येताहिकृत्स्नशः||४५||
    
एकदेशेनदृश्यन्तेसमासाभिहितेतथा||
 
एकदेशेनदृश्यन्तेसमासाभिहितेतथा||
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tantrēsamāsavyāsōktēbhavantyētāhikr̥tsnaśaḥ||45||
 
tantrēsamāsavyāsōktēbhavantyētāhikr̥tsnaśaḥ||45||
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ekadeshenadRushyantesamAsAbhihitetathA||
 
ekadeshenadRushyantesamAsAbhihitetathA||
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These ''tantrayuktis'' are found in concise/aphoristic or extended/expository form in all text to make the subject clear and understandable but where the text itself is composed inconcise/aphoristic form, they are adopted partially only. [45]
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These ''[[tantrayukti]]s'' are found in concise/aphoristic or extended/expository form in all text to make the subject clear and understandable but where the text itself is composed inconcise/aphoristic form, they are adopted partially only. [45]
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यथाऽम्बुजवनस्यार्कःप्रदीपोवेश्मनोयथा||४६||
 
यथाऽम्बुजवनस्यार्कःप्रदीपोवेश्मनोयथा||४६||
    
प्रबोधनप्रकाशार्थास्तथातन्त्रस्ययुक्तयः||
 
प्रबोधनप्रकाशार्थास्तथातन्त्रस्ययुक्तयः||
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yathā'mbujavanasyārkaḥpradīpōvēśmanōyathā||46||
 
yathā'mbujavanasyārkaḥpradīpōvēśmanōyathā||46||
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prabodhanaprakAshArthAstathAtantrasyayuktayaH||
 
prabodhanaprakAshArthAstathAtantrasyayuktayaH||
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=====Importance of ''tantrayuktis'' =====
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====Importance of ''tantrayuktis'' ====
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As the Lotus blossom in ponds in the presence of Sun light, the dark house enlightened by the lamp, in the same way these ''tantrayuktis'' help to understand the treatise in holistic way i.e. ''prabodhan'' (knowledge) and ''prakashan'' (making clear).[46]
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As the Lotus blossom in ponds in the presence of Sun light, the dark house enlightened by the lamp, in the same way these ''[[tantrayukti]]s'' help to understand the treatise in holistic way i.e. ''prabodhan'' (knowledge) and ''prakashan'' (making clear).[46]
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एकस्मिन्नपियस्येहशास्त्रेलब्धास्पदामतिः||४७||
 
एकस्मिन्नपियस्येहशास्त्रेलब्धास्पदामतिः||४७||
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नाधिगच्छतिशास्त्रार्थानर्थान्भाग्यक्षयेयथा||४८||
 
नाधिगच्छतिशास्त्रार्थानर्थान्भाग्यक्षयेयथा||४८||
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ēkasminnapiyasyēhaśāstrēlabdhāspadāmatiḥ||47||
 
ēkasminnapiyasyēhaśāstrēlabdhāspadāmatiḥ||47||
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nAdhigacchatishAstrArthAnarthAnbhAgyakShayeyathA||48||
 
nAdhigacchatishAstrArthAnarthAnbhAgyakShayeyathA||48||
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===== The Application of ''tantrayuktis'' =====
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==== The Application of ''tantrayuktis'' ====
   −
The person who is having the knowledge of one subject along with these ''tantrayuktis'', can understand the other subject also with the help of them. But one who is not conversant with ''tantrayuktis'' can not understand his own texts as well the others too at any cost, same as a person fails to get wealth in spite of all efforts when his fortune does not favors him. [47-48]
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The person who is having the knowledge of one subject along with these ''[[tantrayukti]]s'', can understand the other subject also with the help of them. But one who is not conversant with ''[[tantrayukti]]s'' can not understand his own texts as well the others too at any cost, same as a person fails to get wealth in spite of all efforts when his fortune does not favors him. [47-48]
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दुर्गृहीतंक्षिणोत्येवशास्त्रंशस्त्रमिवाबुधम्|
 
दुर्गृहीतंक्षिणोत्येवशास्त्रंशस्त्रमिवाबुधम्|
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तत्त्वज्ञानार्थमस्यैवतन्त्रस्यगुणदोषतः)||५०||
 
तत्त्वज्ञानार्थमस्यैवतन्त्रस्यगुणदोषतः)||५०||
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durgr̥hītaṁkṣiṇōtyēvaśāstraṁśastramivābudham|
 
durgr̥hītaṁkṣiṇōtyēvaśāstraṁśastramivābudham|
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tattvaj~jAnArthamasyaivatantrasyaguNadoShataH)||50||
 
tattvaj~jAnArthamasyaivatantrasyaguNadoShataH)||50||
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==== Merits and demerits regarding the text ====
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=== Merits and demerits regarding the text ===
    
If a person does not know how to handle a weapon, he destroys himself by using the same. Similarly, the text/subject which is not understood well or properly, will destroy the person by practicing the same. On the other hand, as the weapon in the hands of wise protect him in trouble, in the same way the well understood text/treatise protect the physician in terms of his name fame and wealth too. [49]
 
If a person does not know how to handle a weapon, he destroys himself by using the same. Similarly, the text/subject which is not understood well or properly, will destroy the person by practicing the same. On the other hand, as the weapon in the hands of wise protect him in trouble, in the same way the well understood text/treatise protect the physician in terms of his name fame and wealth too. [49]
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It is also said that the ''tantrayuktis'' will be described in detail again from critical analysis point of view, for understanding the good and bad qualities of this treatise ([[Charak Samhita]]) in ''uttar-tantra''. [50]
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It is also said that the ''[[tantrayukti]]s'' will be described in detail again from critical analysis point of view, for understanding the good and bad qualities of this treatise ([[Charak Samhita]]) in ''uttar-tantra''. [50]
    
(Note: One thing which is important to mention here that this is a controversial statement given here because the present [[Charak Samhita]] which is available today, does not have any extension like ''uttar tantra''. So it requires further study and exploration of this subject matter.)  
 
(Note: One thing which is important to mention here that this is a controversial statement given here because the present [[Charak Samhita]] which is available today, does not have any extension like ''uttar tantra''. So it requires further study and exploration of this subject matter.)  
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इदमखिलमधीत्यसम्यगर्थान्विमृशतियोऽविमनाःप्रयोगनित्यः|
 
इदमखिलमधीत्यसम्यगर्थान्विमृशतियोऽविमनाःप्रयोगनित्यः|
    
समनुजसुखजीवितप्रदाताभवतिधृतिस्मृतिबुद्धिधर्मवृद्धः||५१||
 
समनुजसुखजीवितप्रदाताभवतिधृतिस्मृतिबुद्धिधर्मवृद्धः||५१||
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idamakhilamadhītyasamyagarthānvimr̥śatiyō'vimanāḥprayōganityaḥ|
 
idamakhilamadhītyasamyagarthānvimr̥śatiyō'vimanāḥprayōganityaḥ|
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samanujasukhajIvitapradAtAbhavatidhRutismRutibuddhidharmavRuddhaH||51||
 
samanujasukhajIvitapradAtAbhavatidhRutismRutibuddhidharmavRuddhaH||51||
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==== Benefits of studying the [[Charak Samhita]] ====
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=== Benefits of studying the [[Charak Samhita]] ===
    
The physician, who studies this text with concentrated mind and try to understand the same by critical and analytical way as well as apply those ''yogas''/formulas/prescriptions in his practice which are mentioned in this text, attains the patience, memory, knowledge and righteousness. He becomes the bestower of happiness and long life to the human beings. [51]
 
The physician, who studies this text with concentrated mind and try to understand the same by critical and analytical way as well as apply those ''yogas''/formulas/prescriptions in his practice which are mentioned in this text, attains the patience, memory, knowledge and righteousness. He becomes the bestower of happiness and long life to the human beings. [51]
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(यस्यद्वादशसाहस्रीहृदितिष्ठतिसंहिता|
 
(यस्यद्वादशसाहस्रीहृदितिष्ठतिसंहिता|
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सिद्धिस्थानंस्वसिद्ध्यर्थंसमासेनसमापितम्)||५५||
 
सिद्धिस्थानंस्वसिद्ध्यर्थंसमासेनसमापितम्)||५५||
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(yasyadvādaśasāhasrīhr̥ditiṣṭhatisaṁhitā|
 
(yasyadvādaśasāhasrīhr̥ditiṣṭhatisaṁhitā|
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siddhisthAnaMsvasiddhyarthaMsamAsenasamApitam)||55||
 
siddhisthAnaMsvasiddhyarthaMsamAsenasamApitam)||55||
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The person who know this text of twelve thousand verses and paragraph by heart, he is the knower of meanings and thinker of this treatise as well as an efficient physician.
 
The person who know this text of twelve thousand verses and paragraph by heart, he is the knower of meanings and thinker of this treatise as well as an efficient physician.
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The therapeutic measures described in this text of Agnivesha are useful both for healthy persons and the patients too.
 
The therapeutic measures described in this text of Agnivesha are useful both for healthy persons and the patients too.
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What so ever knowledge of medicine is available in this treatise is also present in other text of Ayurveda, and what so ever knowledge is not available here can not be found any text of Ayurveda. This indicates the greatness of [[Charak Samhita]].
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What so ever knowledge of medicine is available in this treatise is also present in other text of [[Ayurveda]], and what so ever knowledge is not available here can not be found any text of [[Ayurveda]]. This indicates the greatness of [[Charak Samhita]].
 
   
 
   
 
The text of Agnivesha as redacted by Charak is supplemented by Dridhabala .[52-55]
 
The text of Agnivesha as redacted by Charak is supplemented by Dridhabala .[52-55]
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इत्यग्निवेशकृतेतन्त्रेचरकप्रतिसंस्कृतेऽप्राप्तेदृढबलसम्पूरित
 
इत्यग्निवेशकृतेतन्त्रेचरकप्रतिसंस्कृतेऽप्राप्तेदृढबलसम्पूरित
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समाप्तेयंचरकसंहिता|
 
समाप्तेयंचरकसंहिता|
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ityagnivēśakr̥tētantrēcarakapratisaṁskr̥tē'prāptēdr̥ḍhabalasampūritē
 
ityagnivēśakr̥tētantrēcarakapratisaṁskr̥tē'prāptēdr̥ḍhabalasampūritē
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samApteyaMcarakasaMhitA|
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==== End of [[Uttar Basti Siddhi]] ''adhyaya''(chapter) ====
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=== End of [[Uttar Basti Siddhi]] ''adhyaya''(chapter) ===
    
Thus here in this ''Tantra'' (treatise) which was expounded by Agnivesha, redacted by Charak and supplemented by Dridhbala, it is the end of this 12th chapter, [[Uttar Basti Siddhi]], the last section of [[Siddhi Sthana]] of [[Charak Samhita]].[12]
 
Thus here in this ''Tantra'' (treatise) which was expounded by Agnivesha, redacted by Charak and supplemented by Dridhbala, it is the end of this 12th chapter, [[Uttar Basti Siddhi]], the last section of [[Siddhi Sthana]] of [[Charak Samhita]].[12]
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=== ''Tattva Vimarsha'' ===
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== Tattva Vimarsha (Fundamental Principles) ==
    
*Purification therapies evacuate excess accumulated wastes from body leading to transient disturbance in homeostasis. Therefore utmost care of patient should be taken after purification therapies.  
 
*Purification therapies evacuate excess accumulated wastes from body leading to transient disturbance in homeostasis. Therefore utmost care of patient should be taken after purification therapies.  
 
*The patient shall follow prescribed rules of diet and lifestyle for regaining positive health after purification.  
 
*The patient shall follow prescribed rules of diet and lifestyle for regaining positive health after purification.  
*If the rules are not followed properly, it leads to vitiation of ''vata dosha'' resulting in various ''vata'' related disorders.  
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*If the rules are not followed properly, it leads to vitiation of ''[[vata dosha]]'' resulting in various ''[[vata]]'' related disorders.  
 
*These disorders are treated with ''yapana basti'' i.e. medicated enema that sustain health.  
 
*These disorders are treated with ''yapana basti'' i.e. medicated enema that sustain health.  
*The treatise shall be learnt and understood by applying techniques called ''tantrayukti'' (canons of exposition/tricks for understanding treatise).
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*The treatise shall be learnt and understood by applying techniques called ''[[tantrayukti]]'' (canons of exposition/tricks for understanding treatise).
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=== ''Vidhi Vimarsha'' ===
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== Vidhi Vimarsha (Applied Inferences ) ==
    
The term ''siddhi'' means accomplishment with perfection in the administration of therapies for the treatment of diseases.
 
The term ''siddhi'' means accomplishment with perfection in the administration of therapies for the treatment of diseases.
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''Ahara'' (diet) is predominantly endowed with six ''rasas'' (taste) and they act through their properties by contradicting each other, resulting in equilibrium. Thus the patient should be given diet having mutually contradictory tastes, and mutually contradictory properties like unctuousness and ununctuousness alternatively till equilibrium is attained. Because the state of complete health as stated by Sushruta ie the the equilibrium state of ''dosha, dhatu, agni, mala'' causing pleasant state of soul, senses and mind.  ''Samadosha samagnishcha samdhatu malkriyah''--–''Prasnnatmen driyamanah'' (Su. Su. 15/8).
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''Ahara'' (diet) is predominantly endowed with six ''rasas'' (taste) and they act through their properties by contradicting each other, resulting in equilibrium. Thus the patient should be given diet having mutually contradictory tastes, and mutually contradictory properties like unctuousness and ununctuousness alternatively till equilibrium is attained. Because the state of complete health as stated by Sushruta ie the the equilibrium state of ''[[dosha]], [[dhatu]], agni, [[mala]]'' causing pleasant state of soul, senses and mind.  ''Samadosha samagnishcha samdhatu malkriyah''--–''Prasnnatmen driyamanah'' (Su. Su. 15/8).
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The ''ashta mahadosha'' mentioned in this chapter are all held responsible for the vitiation of ''doshas'' mainly the ''vata'', causing various disorders. Initiation of speech is the action of ''vata'' (''udana vayu'') so ''uchha bhashya'' (loudness) ''ati-bhashya'' (excessive speaking), jolting, constant sitting etc. cause various disorders. Thus it advisable as precautionary measure to avoid strain due to these activities, that one should speak slowly and less  to prevent the disorders caused by the same. (13-14)
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The ''ashta mahadosha'' mentioned in this chapter are all held responsible for the vitiation of ''[[dosha]]s'' mainly the ''[[vata]]'', causing various disorders. Initiation of speech is the action of ''[[vata]]'' (''udana vayu'') so ''uchha bhashya'' (loudness) ''ati-bhashya'' (excessive speaking), jolting, constant sitting etc. cause various disorders. Thus it advisable as precautionary measure to avoid strain due to these activities, that one should speak slowly and less  to prevent the disorders caused by the same. (13-14)
 
   
 
   
Measures in terms of diet and life style having pacifying properties specially, ''vata'' along with ''pitta'' and ''kapha'' are helpful in managing the eight impediments.
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Measures in terms of diet and life style having pacifying properties specially, ''[[vata]]'' along with ''[[pitta]]'' and ''[[kapha]]'' are helpful in managing the eight impediments.
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After the purification therapy, the patient becomes physically and mentally weak so the experienced physician advises the patient to gradually progress diet from lighter to heavier. Starting with ''peya'' (thin gruel) and ending with ''mamsa rasa'' (meat-soup) for the stimulation of ''agni'' (power of digestion and metabolism). In view of some scholars, this protocol of specific dietary regimen is necessary after ''vamana'' (emesis) and ''virechana'' (purgation) therapy only and not in ''niruha'' and ''shiro-virechana''.  
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After the purification therapy, the patient becomes physically and mentally weak so the experienced physician advises the patient to gradually progress diet from lighter to heavier. Starting with ''peya'' (thin gruel) and ending with ''mamsa rasa'' (meat-soup) for the stimulation of ''agni'' (power of digestion and metabolism). In view of some scholars, this protocol of specific dietary regimen is necessary after ''[[vamana]]'' (emesis) and ''[[virechana]]'' (purgation) therapy only and not in ''niruha'' and ''shiro-virechana''.  
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''Yapana basti''- ''Yapana basti'' means medicated preparation which can be used all the time for ''basti'' and they promote longevity, preserve health and cure of diseases too.
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''Yapana basti''- ''Yapana basti'' means medicated preparation which can be used all the time for ''[[basti]]'' and they promote longevity, preserve health and cure of diseases too.
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There are 216 ''bastis'' mentioned in this chapter for the maintenance of health and cure of disease, having various ingredients. Some of the ingredients are not available now or difficult to get but seems to be very effective, as referred in the literature and experienced by various scholars. These ''bastis'' are effective for the maintenance of health and cure of disease as it pacifies ''vata'' and considered as half treatment of any disease. It serves the purpose of ''virechana'' also as described by many scholars and it requires extensive clinical experience in this field. This ''uttara basti'' is very effective in gynecology disorders. It acts in the pelvic region /lower part of umbilical region due to that the ''apana vayu'' is pacified by the same.
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There are 216 ''[[basti]]s'' mentioned in this chapter for the maintenance of health and cure of disease, having various ingredients. Some of the ingredients are not available now or difficult to get but seems to be very effective, as referred in the literature and experienced by various scholars. These ''[[basti]]s'' are effective for the maintenance of health and cure of disease as it pacifies ''[[vata]]'' and considered as half treatment of any disease. It serves the purpose of ''[[virechana]]'' also as described by many scholars and it requires extensive clinical experience in this field. This ''uttara basti'' is very effective in gynecology disorders. It acts in the pelvic region /lower part of umbilical region due to that the ''apana vayu'' is pacified by the same.
 
   
 
   
It is also very effective in ''vatashthila'' (Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy). Various studies have been conducted in the Department of ''shalya tantra'' of IMS BHU in BPH cases. The ''basti'' was prepared with different ''kwatha'' and oily preparations like ''dashamoola kwatha'' and ''narayana taila''(oil)etc. After the application of this procedure, the signs and symptons like pain & swelling, urgency,  dysurea, burning micturation were reduced to great extent and the size of prostate reduced. Those patients who required surgery, the bleeding during and after operation was less and removal of prostate was easier in comparison to the control group. The probable mechanism of action is increased permeability of cells, which results in exchange of materials between intra and extracellular space. ''Dashmula kwatha'' (decoction) and narayan tail are good for pacification of ''vata''. These remedies help to clean the urethral passage, decrease inflammation, edema and residual urine, relieving signs and symptoms of BPH. [1]
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It is also very effective in ''vatashthila'' (Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy). Various studies have been conducted in the Department of ''shalya tantra'' of IMS BHU in BPH cases. The ''[[basti]]'' was prepared with different ''kwatha'' and oily preparations like ''dashamoola kwatha'' and ''narayana taila''(oil)etc. After the application of this procedure, the signs and symptons like pain & swelling, urgency,  dysurea, burning micturation were reduced to great extent and the size of prostate reduced. Those patients who required surgery, the bleeding during and after operation was less and removal of prostate was easier in comparison to the control group. The probable mechanism of action is increased permeability of cells, which results in exchange of materials between intra and extracellular space. ''Dashmula kwatha'' (decoction) and narayan tail are good for pacification of ''[[vata]]''. These remedies help to clean the urethral passage, decrease inflammation, edema and residual urine, relieving signs and symptoms of BPH. [1]
 
So there are many benefits achieved by application of ''uttara basti'' in BPH and gynecological disorders as well as pelvic region diseases.
 
So there are many benefits achieved by application of ''uttara basti'' in BPH and gynecological disorders as well as pelvic region diseases.
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==== ''Tantra Yukti'' ====
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=== [[Tantrayukti]] ===
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Agnivesha, while composing this treatise followed the statements of his /guru preceptor Atreya. Since Ayurveda is a science of spirituality also, there is a tradition of worshiping gods and natural powers having good result of action. Thus after worshiping Lord Shiva, these medicated preparations are used, while chanting Vedic mantras and blowing conch-shell accompanied with the beating sound of ''pataha'' (hand-drum) as well as ''bheri'' (kettle drum). This helps to attain the real goal of life, ''tri-varga'' or the three basic desires of human life such as ''dharma'' (performance of duties), ''artha'' (satisfaction of senses with their objects / acquirement of wealth) and ''kama'' (fulfillment of desires).
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Agnivesha, while composing this treatise followed the statements of his /guru preceptor Atreya. Since [[Ayurveda]] is a science of spirituality also, there is a tradition of worshiping gods and natural powers having good result of action. Thus after worshiping Lord Shiva, these medicated preparations are used, while chanting Vedic mantras and blowing conch-shell accompanied with the beating sound of ''pataha'' (hand-drum) as well as ''bheri'' (kettle drum). This helps to attain the real goal of life, ''tri-varga'' or the three basic desires of human life such as ''dharma'' (performance of duties), ''artha'' (satisfaction of senses with their objects / acquirement of wealth) and ''kama'' (fulfillment of desires).
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After the detailed description of ''yapana basti'' and their extended form, thirty six ''Tantra Yuktis'' are mentioned in very brief.  
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After the detailed description of ''yapana basti'' and their extended form, thirty six ''[[Tantrayukti]]s'' are mentioned in very brief.  
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Thirty two ''tantra yuktis'' are described in ''uttar tantra'' of Sushruta samhita. The commentator of [[Charak Samhita]], Bhattar Harishchandra, has described forty ''Tantra Yuktis''. So there is difference in number due to difference in opinion.
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Thirty two ''[[tantrayukti]]s'' are described in ''uttar tantra'' of Sushruta samhita. The commentator of [[Charak Samhita]], Bhattar Harishchandra, has described forty ''[[Tantrayukti]]s''. So there is difference in number due to difference in opinion.
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The word ''Tantra Yukti'' is formed of two words, ''tantra'' and ''yukti''. ''Tantra'' means ''shastra''(treatise) like Ayurveda.   
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The word ''[[Tantrayukti]]'' is formed of two words, ''tantra'' and ''yukti''. ''Tantra'' means ''shastra''(treatise) like [[Ayurveda]].   
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The word ''yukti'' means rational planning. So the word ''tantra yukti'' means the rational planning of compilation of treatise and treatment in scientific way. In the etiology, clinical features and management of diseases the application of tantra yukti is seen very frequently. For example, in the management of prameha the application of vikalp tantra yukti is seen in context of udaka pana/medicated water of different ingredients (Ch.Chi.6/46) Similarly in the compilation of any treatise one word has been used in different context like prayojana, adhikarana and uhya etc.  A compilation of any knowledge after its experience is very important for its preservation and future generation. “Vidhina pathan” (systematic studies) as mentioned in this chapter, reflect the importance of tantra yuktis, as the procedure of study described in Vimana Sthana of Charak Samhita (8/ 7).
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The word ''yukti'' means rational planning. So the word ''[[tantrayukti]]'' means the rational planning of compilation of treatise and treatment in scientific way. In the etiology, clinical features and management of diseases the application of tantra yukti is seen very frequently. For example, in the management of prameha the application of vikalp tantra yukti is seen in context of udaka pana/medicated water of different ingredients [Cha.Sa.[[Chikitsa Sthana]] 6/46] Similarly in the compilation of any treatise one word has been used in different context like prayojana, adhikarana and uhya etc.  A compilation of any knowledge after its experience is very important for its preservation and future generation. “Vidhina pathan” (systematic studies) as mentioned in this chapter, reflect the importance of [[tantrayukti]]s, as the procedure of study described in [[Vimana Sthana]] of Charak Samhita (8/ 7).
    
There are two aim of these Tantra Yuktis, mentioned in Sushruta Samhita:  
 
There are two aim of these Tantra Yuktis, mentioned in Sushruta Samhita:  
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#Arthayojana- The way of compilation of any treatise to make the meaning of words clear, or the specific meaning of the words.
 
#Arthayojana- The way of compilation of any treatise to make the meaning of words clear, or the specific meaning of the words.
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The importance and application of tantra yukti is mentioned as prabodhana (knowledge) and prakashana (making clear or manifest) in [[Charak Samhita]]. Sushruta said that having the knowledge of a single subject one can not become expert, even his own discipline requires a multi disciplinary knowledge for holistic approach as of Ayurveda. Charak has expressed this view in context of tantra yuktis that without knowing the same one can not understand his own subject as wellas others.  
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The importance and application of [[tantrayukti]] is mentioned as prabodhana (knowledge) and prakashana (making clear or manifest) in [[Charak Samhita]]. Sushruta said that having the knowledge of a single subject one can not become expert, even his own discipline requires a multi disciplinary knowledge for holistic approach as of [[Ayurveda]]. Charak has expressed this view in context of tantra yuktis that without knowing the same one can not understand his own subject as well as others.  
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At the same time there is controversial remark is given after naming the thirty six tantra yuktis that the detail description will be geven in uttar tantra, practically which is not present in the available text today. Over this issue Dr. Richa Vishvakarma has thrown some light by her small effort and concluded that-
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At the same time there is controversial remark is given after naming the thirty six [[tantrayukti]]s that the detail description will be given in uttar tantra, practically which is not present in the available text today. Over this issue Dr. Richa Vishvakarma has thrown some light by her small effort and concluded that-
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In the present scenario, the available editions of [[Charak Samhita]] contain eight Sthanas only. [[Charak Samhita]] does not contain Uttara-Tantra like Sushruta Samhita and Samhitas of Vagbhata. On contrary the twelfth chapter of [[Siddhi Sthana]] Charak has mentioned about Uttara Tantra of [[Charak Samhita]]. So it is essential to emphasize on this issue, which was not explained in length by commentators of [[Charak Samhita]] . Many controversies raised on the existence and recognition of uttara-tantra of [[Charak Samhita]]. On the other hand, some scholars who belong to a later period have mentioned certain references in their work, which are claimed to be from uttara tantra of [[Charak Samhita]]. After a thorough study and scanning of available literature, it is concluded that Charak uttar tantra was existing up to the time of Nishchalakara (13th century AD.). Nishchalakara has quoted a number of references in Ratnaprabha, which are from uttar tantra of [[Charak Samhita]]. Furthermore, there is a need to discuss about existence of uttara tantra of [[Charak Samhita]] by further more detailed study and scanning of literatures of Ayurveda and allied literatures[2]
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=== Concluding [[Charak Samhita]] ===
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In the last, the importance of [[Charak Samhita]] is mentioned that this treatise comprising one hundred and twenty chapters which expounds the statements of sage Atreya by eminent disciple Agnivesa, endowed with therapeutic wisdom for the benefit of all the living beings. In the original work of Agnivesha, some topics were dealt with in great detail, and some others, very briefly which hindered its proper comprehension. For removing these defects, the redactor Charaka made efforts because a text in brief is not understandable and detailed text is not comprehensible. Therefore, the original text was redacted to make it more convenient for the readers. Agnivesha tantra which is redacted by Charaka, one-third of it was not available at the time of Dridhabala. He supplemented 41 non-available chapters. These are 17 chapters of Chikitsa Sthana and 12 chapters each in Kalpa and Siddi Sthana. So in this way this text is available in present form.
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===Uttara Tantra===
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The available editions of [[Charak Samhita]] contain eight parts only. The other contemporary texts like Sushruta Samhita and Samhitas of Vagbhata have a separate additional section of Uttara-Tantra. The twelfth chapter of [[Siddhi Sthana]] Charak has mentioned about Uttara Tantra of [[Charak Samhita]]. So it is essential to emphasize on this issue and search the possibility of a section that has been perished in due course of time. Many controversies are raised on the existence and recognition of uttara-tantra of [[Charak Samhita]]. On the other hand, some scholars who belong to a later period have mentioned certain references in their work, which are claimed to be from uttara tantra of [[Charak Samhita]]. After a thorough study and scanning of available literature, it is concluded that Charak uttar tantra was existing up to the time of Nishchalakara (13th century AD.). Nishchalakara has quoted a number of references in Ratnaprabha, which are from uttar tantra of [[Charak Samhita]]. Furthermore, there is a need to discuss about existence of uttara tantra of [[Charak Samhita]] by more detailed study and scanning of literature of [[Ayurveda]] and allied literature.<ref>Vishwakarma R, Goswami PK. A review through Charaka Uttara-Tantra. AYU [serial online] 2013 [cited 2019 Jun 11];34:17-20. Available from: http://www.ayujournal.org/text.asp?2013/34/1/17/115438</ref>
    
=== Related pages ===
 
=== Related pages ===
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*'''[[Tantrayukti]]'''
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=== References ===
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=== Research works ===
    
#Sarvesh Kumar, Lakshman Singh, Role of Uttara Basti as PoorvaKarma in the Management of BPH, MD Thesis-June2001
 
#Sarvesh Kumar, Lakshman Singh, Role of Uttara Basti as PoorvaKarma in the Management of BPH, MD Thesis-June2001
 
#Richa Vishvkarma, P.K. Goswami, review article published in AYU, Vol 34/ Jan-March 2013issue1/17-20
 
#Richa Vishvkarma, P.K. Goswami, review article published in AYU, Vol 34/ Jan-March 2013issue1/17-20
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=== Bibliography ===
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=== Further reading ===
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#Vaman shivram Apte. The practical Sanskrit-english dictionary,4 revised and enlargeded. Delhi; Motilal Banrsidass publishers private limited;1985
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#Vaman shivram Apte. The practical Sanskrit-english dictionary,4 revised and enlargeded. Delhi; Motilal Banrsidass publishers private limited;1985.
 
#SABDA-SAGARA by Pandit-Kulpati jibananda Vidyasagar; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Series office Varanasi,
 
#SABDA-SAGARA by Pandit-Kulpati jibananda Vidyasagar; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Series office Varanasi,
#Kanjiv Locha, Dictionary of Ayurveda, Chaukhamba Sanskrit Bhwan Series 55 office Varanasi, UP,2nd Edition,2009
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#Kanjiv Locha, Dictionary of [[Ayurveda]], Chaukhamba Sanskrit Bhwan Series 55 office Varanasi, UP,2nd Edition,2009.
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=== Glossary ===
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#Vaman(vaman;वमन)-Emesis or Induced vomitting
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== References ==
#Durbalaṁ(durbala;कृश)- weak
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#kr̥śam(kRusham ; कृशम)-Emaciated
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#agnisandhukṣaṇ(agnisandhukShaN; अग्निसन्धुक्षण)- For the enhancement of Agni ( power of digestion and metabolism)
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#uccairbhāṣyaṁ(uccairbhAShyaM; उच्चैर्भाष्यं)- loudlly speaking
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#divāsvapna(divAsvapna; दिवास्वप्नं)-sleeping during day time
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#avicaṅkramaṇ (avica~gkramaN; ;  अविचङ्क्रमण)-excessive walking
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#atiāsanē(AtiAsane;  असने)-excessive /continous sitting
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#aṅgamar(a~ggamard; अङ्गमर्द)- malaise
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#vyavāy(vyavAy;व्यवाय)- sexual intercourse
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#svarabhēd(svarabhed;स्वरभेद.)-hoarseness of voice
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#mūtrakr̥cch(mUtrakRucchमूत्रकृच्छ्र)- dysuria
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#udāvarta(udAvarta; उदावर्त)- diseases caused due to upward movement of vata in abdomen
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#vātasaktamūtravarca  (vAtasaktamUtravarca; वातसक्तमूत्रवर्च )-retention of urine, stool and semen
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#ānūpa(AnUpaअIनूप)- animals living on marshy land)
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#Bilēśayā(bileshay;बिलेशया)-animals living in the burrows in earth)  17prayōjana(prayojana;प्रयोजन)-aim/object
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#Yōga(yoga;योग)- rational  combination
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#arthaḥpadasya;(arthaHpadasya अर्थःपदस्य)- Implication or import of words
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#ōddēś(oddesh; उद्देश )-Concise stateme                                                                                     
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#Vidhān(vidhAn; विधान.)-Correct interpretation)
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#vikalpana( vikalpana; विकल्पन)- Option
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#upadēś(upadesh; उपदेश )-Authoritative instruction
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#prabōdhana (prabodhana; प्रबोधन प्रकाशा)-knowledge
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#prakāś (prakAsh; प्रकाश)-Making clear
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#tantrayuktibhiḥ (tantrayuktibhiH; तन्त्रयुक्ति )-Canons of exposition)
   
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