Shri Krishna Govt. Ayurved College, Haryana
Title: Specialised treatment methods in Ayurveda as Probiotic
Biography: Shriniwas Narsingrao Gujjarwar
Charaka, Sushruta and Vagbhata Samhita-texts are the fundamental trinity for explanation of deep knowledge regarding various aspects of preventing diseases and illustration of various treatments for various disease conditions in 5000BC. Ayurveda explains Ashtanga Ayurveda- eight pillars of different specialities of treatment for different types of ailments. These are kaya chikitsa- medicinal treatment, Bala chikitsa - paediatrics, Graha chikitsa - Psycho- somatic diseases, Urdhvaanga chikitsa -(Shalakya)- diseases pertaining to ear, nose, throat, mouth, eye, Shalya chikitsa - surgical treatments / surgeries, Danshtra- toxicology, Jara chikitsa - geriatrics and Vrisha chikitsa - science of aphrodisiacs. Basic texts of Ayurveda elucidate various types of treatments such as Shamana- medicinal treatment, shodhana-Panchakarma-body cleansing treatments along with some specialised treatments such as Kshara sutra treatment, Agnikarma- Heat therapy- cauterization, Jaluka treatment- leech therapy, Vrana chikitsa- wound management and shalya chikitsa – surgeries and fracture management. In this paper various examples of therapies of Ayurveda like Rejuvination, Panchakarma, Pottalli pindasweda, Agnikarma, Ksharasutra, Ksharkarma, jaloukavacharana, viddha Chikitsa etc. will be presented with their role in prevention and managment of various diseases. Also as probiotic effect of this therapis as well as Seasonal regimen (Ritucharya).