Item Code: NAD024
Chaukhambha Bharti Academy
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Weight of the Book: 114 gms
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This book is written to fill the gap between big book and a concise-less informative work so that ayurvedic doctors and students and other readers will get all necessary information about fever by reading one book. While doing this obviously I have to restrict the size of the book , lest it would be un –wieldy and defeat the very purpose for which it written ayurvedic doctor can Keep it in clinic to refer all about fever in a glimpse during prescription on very same disease.
Author is gold medalist in astrology as master degree from gurukul Kangri University, did his ayurvedacharya degree from Rishikul P.G. College, And M.D. acupressure from Rajasthan, with other allied diploma and certificate viz. D.N.H.E., C.N.C.C., CT-VY and pranic healing. In experience he taught more than 150 European Students and treated similar number of patients especially with panchkarma. At present he is working as ayurvedic medical officer in distt.champawat, Uttarakhand.
This book is written to fill the gap between big book and a concise – less informative work, so that ayurvedic doctors and students and other readers will get all necessary information about fever by reading one book. While doing This obviously I have to restrict the size of the book, lest it would be un- wieldy and defeat the very purpose for which it written. Ayurvedic doctor can keep it in clinic to refer all about fever in a glimpse during prescription on very same disease.
In order to achieve this definition of disease, prodomal symptoms, sign and symptoms of disease and its therapeutic approach are depicts considerably, while diagram chart for treatment viz. pharmacological and non- pharmacological are given strictly to facilitate the understanding of the subject. The coverage is given according to the importance of subject in both discipliplines pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment Pharmacological treatment is devided into most possible Panchkarma treatment, external and internal treatment, while non-pharmacoogical treatmentcovering diet reime, yoga, color therapy, gem therapym, music therapy and aroma therapy. in nutshell pharmacological treatment is somatic treatment and non-pharacogical treatment treatment tdreatment of indryas (sensory and motor organs). in this book there is broad Ayurvedic view adopted to treat disease fever, moreover it is purely Ayurvedic, it become able due to other branch study that author did, especially astrology, karma kanda and ancient Upanishads etc. In Ayurveda for treatment there is description of three type of therapy-daivapasraya (divine therapy), Yutivapasraya (Intellectual approach) and satawajava (Psychology). As we said Aye (life) is appropriate combination of sarira (body),indriya (sensory organs), satwa (mind),atman (soul) so for treatment of sarira (body) we have yutivapasraya (intellectual approach), for treatment of satwa (mind) we have satawajaya (psychology), and for atma (soul) we have daivapasraya (divine Therapy) although soul never have any disease but being bound with body it also get affected by malefic effect of different planets according to virtues and sins that is karma of past Life and this life. Moreover therapy of sensory organs was not illustrated so far as other therapies. however eminent scholar of ancient age mark glimpse over it viz.
Touch of coral, pearl, cold water, breast of young beautiful lady is pitta suppressor so they believe in touch therapy.
White is color of kapha, blue green yellow is color of pitta, and black is color of vata and they have influence by same so they believe in color therapy.
Smell of vitiated milk by different dosha are different, one can influence dosha state by smelling fragrant flower, scent etc. also there is description of smell of honey, ghee, semen, menses etc.
There is well know that different Taste affecting dosha like masher (sweet), alma (sour), lavana (salt) taste increase kapha dosha and decrease vata dosha.
Pleasant sound, music has been also described to bring balance of dosha to Keep body healthy and to cure disease and both have a lot similarity As there is up nand down of stae of dosh level in different part of day and night similarly there is different RAG of different part of day and night. By grace of maa saraswati and Lord dhanwantari here author is trying to explain five therapies to bring balance of dosha. As we know there are five sensory organs eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin and here is therapy for each.
for eyes sensory organs there is color therapy, for nose sensory organs there is organs there is aroma therapy, for ear sensory organs there is music therapy, for tongue sensory organs there is taste therapy, for skin sensory organs there is gem therapy.
This book is not written “with an aye on examination” but it is the hope of author that by reading this book student would develop an attitude of thinking towards panchindria adisthan approach with somatic treatment.
It is notexpected that undergraduate student should cram this book and try to remember everything that is given it is neither possible nor necessary. They are expected to learn the basic treatment coverage attitude and its application in therapeutics. The author will feel rewarded if student can grasp the ideology and spirit behind presentation of this book. it is not possible to present book of such an informative work, without generous help of others .and author is deeply grateful to all helping eminent personalities. I would Like to express my grateful thanks to chaukhambha visvabharati, Varanasi who as a publisher and printers are responsible for delivering this book in your hand expeditiously.
|3||Pittaj jwar (fever)||10|
|4||Kaphaj jwar (fever)||14|
|5||Vata pitta jwar||17|
|6||Vata kapha jwar||19|
|7||Kapha pitta jwar||21|
|10||Punaravartak jwar(Relapsing Fever)||27|
|11||Swasnak jwar (pneumonia)||31|
|12||Slesmak jwar (influenja/flu)||36|
|13||Granthik jwar (plague)||41|
|15||Akshepak jwar(Convulsive Fever)||49|
|16||Dandak jwar(dengue Fever)||53|
|17||Peet Jwar (Yellow Fever||57|
|18||Masurika jwar (Small pox Fever)||63|
|19||Antrik jwar (Typhoid)||69|
|20||Romantika jwar (Measles fever)||76|
|21||Karna Mulik Jwar (Mumps fever)||80|
|22||Masurica jwar (chicken pox fever)||84|