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Page creatorPallavmishra (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation04:14, 13 May 2017
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Date of latest edit07:36, 22 February 2024
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Sutra Sthana Chapter 14. Sudation Therapies, This chapter deals with sudation (Swedana) therapy, essentially followed after oleation therapy. Swedana (sudation) is a process in which the individual is subjected to therapeutic sweating. It is considered an essential prerequisite to Panchakarma (purification therapy involving five procedures) in Ayurveda
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  • Avagaha sweda
  • fomentation
  • jentaka sweda
  • nadi sweda
  • niragni sweda
  • ushma sweda
  • pottali sweda
  • ruksha sweda
  • sagni sweda
  • sankara sweda
  • samyak swinna lakshana
  • snigdha sweda
  • sudation swedana
  • swedatiyoga
  • swedayoga
  • trayodasha sweda
  • upanaha sweda
  • fomentation
  • heat
  • sudation therapy
  • hydrosis
  • Ayurveda
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  • charak samhita.
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