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CLINICAL ASPECTS OF SWEDANA AND ITS
MODE OF ACTION
Dr.Annie Sebastian
1st year PG scholar
Department of Panchakarma
7/26/2...
CONTENTS
 INTRODUCTION
 TYPES
 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
 MODE OF ACTION
 COMPLICATION & MANAGEMENT
 DISCUSSION
 CONCLUS...
SWEDANA:
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INTRODUCTION
 Poorva karma
 Pradana karma
 Paschat karma
 Shadvidha upakrama
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IMPORTENCE OF SWEDANA KARMA
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PROPERTIES OF SWEDANA DRUGS
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INDICATION (CA SU 14/ 20,25 )
 Pranavaha srotas :- Prathishaya, Kasa, Swasa, Hikka.
 Mutravaha Srotas :- Mutrghata, Mutr...
CONTRAINDICATION (CA SU 14/ 16,19)
 PERSONS :- Kashaya Rasa, Madhya nitya, Garbini,
Pittala prakriti.
 PITTAJA VYADHI :-...
CLASSIFICATION ( CHA SU 14, SU CHI 32/21, AH SU 17)
 AGNI-BEDHA – Niragni, Saagni.
 GUNANUSARA – Snigdha, Rooksha, Snigh...
 MODE OF APPLICATION – Thapa, Ushma,
Upanaha, Drava sweda.(Su,Vag.)
 KASYAPA:- Hasta sweda, Pradeha sweda, Nadi,
Prastar...
SAAGNI SWEDA (CH SU 14/39,40)
 Sankara
 Prastara
 Nadi
 Parisheka
 Avagaha
 Jentaka
 Ashmaghna
 Karshu
 Kuti
 Bh...
NIRAGNI SWEDA (CH SU 14/ 64 )
 Vyayama
 Ushna sadana
 Guru pravarna
 Kshudha
 Bahupana
 Bhaya
 Krodha
 Upanaha
 A...
ORGAN RELATED WITH SWEDANA-
INTEGUMENT SYSTEM
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 Integument system is divided into:
1- skin
2- hair
3- glands
4- nails
5- nerve endings
I) Skin
Skin is an organ because ...
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Anatomy (structure)
Epidermis (thinner outer layer of skin)
Dermis (thicker connective tissue layer)
Hypodermis (subcutane...
2- Regulation of body temperature
- high temperature or strenuous exercise; sweat is
evaporated from the skin surface to c...
4- Excretion
- sweat removes water and small amounts of salt,
uric acid and ammonia from the body surface
5- Blood reservo...
 Dermis:
- flexible and strong connective tissue
- elastic, reticular and collagen fibers
- cells: fibroblasts, macrophag...
SWEAT GLANDS
 Widely distributed in skin
 Also called sudoriferous glands
Sudor = Sweat
 More than 2.5 million per per...
SWEAT GLANDS
 Different types
Prevent overheating of the body
Secrete cerumen (ear wax)
Secretion of milk
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SWEAT GLANDS
Two main types:
Eccrine
Apocrine
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ECCRINE SWEAT GLANDS
 Eccrine glands
 Most numerous, widely distributed –
especially abundant on the palms, soles
of fee...
ECCRINE SWEAT GLANDS
 Eccrine glands
 Simple, coiled tubular gland
Secretory part lies coiled in
the dermis
Open to sk...
SWEAT COMPOSITION
 Mostly water (99%)
 Some salts (mostly NaCl)
 Vitamin C
 Antibodies
 Dermicidin (a microbe-killing...
SWEAT COMPOSITION
 Traces of metabolic waste
 Small amounts of some ingested drugs
 Normally sweat is acidic
 pH betwe...
SWEAT FUNCTION
 Sweating is regulated by the sympathetic
division of the autonomic nervous system
 We have little contro...
SWEAT FUNCTION
Heat induced sweating
helps dissipate excess heat
Prevents overheating of the body
Begins on the forehe...
APOCRINE SWEAT GLANDS
 Found in the axillary
(arm pit) and
anogenital areas
 Larger than eccrine
glands
 Ducts empty in...
APOCRINE SWEAT GLAND
 Secretion contains same component as sweat
plus fatty substances and proteins
 Odourless when secr...
APOCRINE GLANDS
 Begins functioning at puberty
 Becomes active during pain,
stress, and sexual encounters
 May be analo...
OTHER SWEAT GLANDS TYPES
 Ceruminous glands
modified apocrine glands in external ear
canal that secrete cerumen (earwax)...
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OTHER SWEAT GLANDS TYPES
Mammary glands – specialized sweat
glands that secrete milk
Considered part of the female
repro...
SEBACEOUS (OIL) GLANDS
 Simple alveolar glands
 Found all over the body – except palms
and soles of feet
 Small on body...
SEBACEOUS (OIL) GLANDS
• Produce oil (sebum)
• Lubricants and softens skin and hair
• Kills bacteria
• Most with ducts tha...
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ACTION OF SWEDA
 Sthamba nigraha
 Gowravagnatha
 Sheetagnatha
 Sweda karaka
 Vata shamana
 Gatra vinamana
 Agni dee...
REGULATION
OF THE SWEATING
 Stimulation of the anterior hypothalamus-preoptic
area either electrically or by excess heat ...
REGULATION
OF THE SWEATING
 The sweat glands are innervated by sympathetic
cholinergic nerve fibers (i.e. are stimulated ...
MECHANISM OF SWEAT SECRETION
 The sweat gland consisting of a deep subdermal coiled
portion that secretes the sweat and a...
REGULATION BY PREOPTIC AND ANTERIOR
HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEI
 When the preoptic area is heated, the skin everywhere
over the b...
TEMPERATURE-DECREASING MECHANISMS
The temperature
control system uses
three important
mechanisms to reduce
body heat when ...
 1. VASODILATATION. In almost all areas of the body, the skin
blood vessels become intensely dilated. This is caused by
i...
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1) INCREASED METABOLIC RATE
 It can be co-related
with
digestion of Ama
Increase body
temperature
swedana
Increased
sympa...
2.VASODIALATION
ii
It can be co-related with srothomukha
vishodana
Increased
body
temperature
Negative feed
back
Stimulat
...
3.STIMULATION OF SWEAT GLANDS
Swedana corrects swedavaha sroto dushty
Increase body
temperature
Stimulate sweat glands (vi...
CLINICAL ASPECTS
OF SWEDANA
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SANKARA SWEDA
• Kushta- Anupa, udaka mamsa (Ch.Chi7/51)
• Rajayakshma- Krisara, utkarika, masha, kulatha, yava
payasa (Ch....
PATRA PINDA SWEDA
• Rajayakshma (Ch.Chi.8).
UPANAHA SWEDA
• Apakwa gulma (Ch.Chi.5/41)
• Rajayakshma- jivanti, sadapa, vac...
PARISHEKA SWEDA
• Jeerna jwara (Ch.Chi.3/174)
• Arsas- arka, bilwa, triphaladi kwatha (Ch.Chi.14/44)
PRADEHA/PRALEPA SWEDA...
COMPLICATIONS OF SWEDANA
 Daha (burning sensation in the body).
 Pitta prakopa.
 Murcha (fainting).
 Sarira sadana (we...
SWEDA ATIYOGA CHIKITSA
In case of excessive swedana Greeshma
Ritucharya should be adopted like :-
1. The food which is Mad...
4. The patient should kept in Sheeta gruha (air
condition room)
5. His body should be smeared with paste of
Chandana.
6. T...
7. In case of excessive sweda which may cause
bhrama(giddiness), moorcha (fainting), daha
(thrist) etc. The treatment for ...
DISCUSSION
 Swedana and Body Temperature
 Maintenance of Body heat and Sweating
 Sweda and Swedana karma
 Application ...
CONCLUSION
 Very essential purvakarma
 Important pradana karma
 Having role as paschat karma
 Very beneficial techniqu...
 Three fold benefits of swedana:-
 Malapaham- Preventive
 Rogaharam- Curative
 Bala, Varna Prasadanam- Promotive
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  1. 1. CLINICAL ASPECTS OF SWEDANA AND ITS MODE OF ACTION Dr.Annie Sebastian 1st year PG scholar Department of Panchakarma 7/26/2017 1
  2. 2. CONTENTS  INTRODUCTION  TYPES  ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY  MODE OF ACTION  COMPLICATION & MANAGEMENT  DISCUSSION  CONCLUSION 7/26/2017 2
  3. 3. SWEDANA: xiÉqभaÉÉæUuÉvÉÏiÉblÉÇxuÉãSlÉqÉçxuÉãSMüÉUMüqÉç|| (cÉ.xÉÔ.22/11) vÉUÏUãxÉWûÅûalÉãÈxÉÇrÉÉãaÉÈiÉÉmÉlÉqÉç xuÉãSlÉqÉç |(आ.शब्दकोष) 7/26/2017 3
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION  Poorva karma  Pradana karma  Paschat karma  Shadvidha upakrama 7/26/2017 4
  5. 5. IMPORTENCE OF SWEDANA KARMA xlÉåWûmÉÔuÉïÇmÉërÉÑ£åülÉxuÉåSålÉÉuÉÎeÉïiÉåÅÌlÉsÉå| mÉÑËUwÉqÉÔ§ÉUåiÉÉÇÍxÉlÉ xÉgeÉÎliÉMüjÉǶÉ||4|| vÉÑwMüÉhrÉÉÍhÉÌWû MüɸÉÌlÉ xlÉåWûxuÉåSÉåmÉmÉÉSlÉæÈ| lÉqÉrÉÎliÉrÉjÉÉlrÉÉrÉÇÌMüÇ mÉÑlÉeÉÏïuÉiÉÉålÉUqÉç ||5|| cÉ.xÉÔ.14/4-5. 7/26/2017 5
  6. 6. PROPERTIES OF SWEDANA DRUGS EwhÉÇiÉϤhÉÇxÉUÇÎxlÉakÉÇäÉÇ xÉÔ¤qÉÇSìuÉÇ ÎxjÉUqÉç| SìurÉÇaÉÑ cÉrÉiÉçmÉëÉrÉxiÉÎkSxuÉåSlÉqÉÑcrÉiÉå ||16|| cÉ. xÉÑ. 14/16. 7/26/2017 6
  7. 7. INDICATION (CA SU 14/ 20,25 )  Pranavaha srotas :- Prathishaya, Kasa, Swasa, Hikka.  Mutravaha Srotas :- Mutrghata, Mutrakruchra.  Amadosha :- Alasaka, Visuchika.  Vata vyadhi :- Karna, Manya, Shirashoola, Arditha, Pakshaghata, Vatakantaka, Kampana, Khalli, Ekanga Sarvanga vata, Vinamaka, Angamarda, Gridrasi.  Vata Kapha :- Parshva, Prusta, Kati Graha, Gala graha 7/26/2017 7
  8. 8. CONTRAINDICATION (CA SU 14/ 16,19)  PERSONS :- Kashaya Rasa, Madhya nitya, Garbini, Pittala prakriti.  PITTAJA VYADHI :- Raktapitta, Dagdha, Pittameha, Trishna, Kshudha, Krodha, Kamala.  TWAK VIKARA :- Kushta.  DHATUKSHAYA :- Atidurbalya, Ojakshaya, Shukrakshaya, Sosha, Urakshata.  Madhumeha, Gudabhramsa, Vishavikara, Madhyavikara, Sthula, Udara. 7/26/2017 8
  9. 9. CLASSIFICATION ( CHA SU 14, SU CHI 32/21, AH SU 17)  AGNI-BEDHA – Niragni, Saagni.  GUNANUSARA – Snigdha, Rooksha, Snigha Rooksha.  STHANA BEDHA – Ekanga, Sarvanga.  PRAYOGA BEDHA – Mridhu, Madhyama, Mahaan. 7/26/2017 9
  10. 10.  MODE OF APPLICATION – Thapa, Ushma, Upanaha, Drava sweda.(Su,Vag.)  KASYAPA:- Hasta sweda, Pradeha sweda, Nadi, Prastara, Sankara, Upanaha, Avagaha, Parisheka. (Su 23/25-26)  KARMUKATHA BEDHA – Samshamana, Samshodhana (Dalhana) 7/26/2017 10
  11. 11. SAAGNI SWEDA (CH SU 14/39,40)  Sankara  Prastara  Nadi  Parisheka  Avagaha  Jentaka  Ashmaghna  Karshu  Kuti  Bhoo  Kumbi  Kupa  Holaka 7/26/2017 11
  12. 12. NIRAGNI SWEDA (CH SU 14/ 64 )  Vyayama  Ushna sadana  Guru pravarna  Kshudha  Bahupana  Bhaya  Krodha  Upanaha  Ahata  Atapa 7/26/2017 12
  13. 13. ORGAN RELATED WITH SWEDANA- INTEGUMENT SYSTEM 7/26/2017 13
  14. 14.  Integument system is divided into: 1- skin 2- hair 3- glands 4- nails 5- nerve endings I) Skin Skin is an organ because it consists of different tissues that are joined to perform a specific function. Largest organ of the body in surface area and weight. 7/26/2017 14
  15. 15. 7/26/2017 15
  16. 16. Anatomy (structure) Epidermis (thinner outer layer of skin) Dermis (thicker connective tissue layer) Hypodermis (subcutaneous layer or Sub-Q) Physiology (function) 1- Protection - physical barrier that protects underlying tissues from injury, UV light and bacterial invasion. - mechanical barrier is part non specific immunity (skin, tears and saliva). 7/26/2017 16
  17. 17. 2- Regulation of body temperature - high temperature or strenuous exercise; sweat is evaporated from the skin surface to cool it down. - vasodilation (increases blood flow) and vasoconstriction (decrease in blood flow) regulates body temp. 3-Sensation - nerve endings and receptor cells that detect stimuli to temp., pain, pressure and touch. 7/26/2017 17
  18. 18. 4- Excretion - sweat removes water and small amounts of salt, uric acid and ammonia from the body surface 5- Blood reservoir - dermis houses an extensive network of blood vessels carrying 8-10% of total blood flow in a resting adult. 6- Synthesis of Vitamin D (cholecalciferol) -UV rays in sunlight stimulate the production of Vit. D. Enzymes in the kidney and liver modify and convert to final form; calcitriol (most active form of Vit. D.) Calcitriol aids in absorption of calcium from foods and is considered a hormone. 7/26/2017 18
  19. 19.  Dermis: - flexible and strong connective tissue - elastic, reticular and collagen fibers - cells: fibroblasts, macrophages (WBC), mast cells (histamine). - nerves, blood and lymphatic vessels - oil and sweat glands originate - two layers: papillary and reticular 7/26/2017 19
  20. 20. SWEAT GLANDS  Widely distributed in skin  Also called sudoriferous glands Sudor = Sweat  More than 2.5 million per person 7/26/2017 20
  21. 21. SWEAT GLANDS  Different types Prevent overheating of the body Secrete cerumen (ear wax) Secretion of milk 7/26/2017 21
  22. 22. SWEAT GLANDS Two main types: Eccrine Apocrine 7/26/2017 22
  23. 23. ECCRINE SWEAT GLANDS  Eccrine glands  Most numerous, widely distributed – especially abundant on the palms, soles of feet, and the forehead 7/26/2017 23
  24. 24. ECCRINE SWEAT GLANDS  Eccrine glands  Simple, coiled tubular gland Secretory part lies coiled in the dermis Open to skin surface by ducts (pores) 7/26/2017 24
  25. 25. SWEAT COMPOSITION  Mostly water (99%)  Some salts (mostly NaCl)  Vitamin C  Antibodies  Dermicidin (a microbe-killing protein)  Lactic acid (attracts mosquitoes) 7/26/2017 25
  26. 26. SWEAT COMPOSITION  Traces of metabolic waste  Small amounts of some ingested drugs  Normally sweat is acidic  pH between 4-6 7/26/2017 26
  27. 27. SWEAT FUNCTION  Sweating is regulated by the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system  We have little control  Major role is to prevent overheating of the body  Excretes waste products  Acidic nature inhibits bacteria growth 7/26/2017 27
  28. 28. SWEAT FUNCTION Heat induced sweating helps dissipate excess heat Prevents overheating of the body Begins on the forehead Emotionally induced sweating (cold sweats) Brought on by fright, embarrassment, nervousness Begins on palms, soles, armpits 7/26/2017 28
  29. 29. APOCRINE SWEAT GLANDS  Found in the axillary (arm pit) and anogenital areas  Larger than eccrine glands  Ducts empty into hair follicles 7/26/2017 29
  30. 30. APOCRINE SWEAT GLAND  Secretion contains same component as sweat plus fatty substances and proteins  Odourless when secreted, but when decomposed by bacteria on skin, turns musky – basis of body odour  Sometimes has a milky or yellowish colour 7/26/2017 30
  31. 31. APOCRINE GLANDS  Begins functioning at puberty  Becomes active during pain, stress, and sexual encounters  May be analogous to the sexual scent glands of animals 7/26/2017 31
  32. 32. OTHER SWEAT GLANDS TYPES  Ceruminous glands modified apocrine glands in external ear canal that secrete cerumen (earwax) Deters insects and block entry of foreign material 7/26/2017 32
  33. 33. 7/26/2017 33
  34. 34. OTHER SWEAT GLANDS TYPES Mammary glands – specialized sweat glands that secrete milk Considered part of the female reproductive system 7/26/2017 34
  35. 35. SEBACEOUS (OIL) GLANDS  Simple alveolar glands  Found all over the body – except palms and soles of feet  Small on body trunk and limbs, but large on face, neck, and upper chest 7/26/2017 35
  36. 36. SEBACEOUS (OIL) GLANDS • Produce oil (sebum) • Lubricants and softens skin and hair • Kills bacteria • Most with ducts that empty into hair follicles • Glands are activated at puberty • Stimulated by hormones 7/26/2017 36
  37. 37. 7/26/2017 37
  38. 38. ACTION OF SWEDA  Sthamba nigraha  Gowravagnatha  Sheetagnatha  Sweda karaka  Vata shamana  Gatra vinamana  Agni deepana  Twak-mardhava and Twak-prasadana  Nidra and Tandra nasha  Baktha shradha  Srotho shudhi  Sandhichesta  Dosha shodana 7/26/2017 38
  39. 39. REGULATION OF THE SWEATING  Stimulation of the anterior hypothalamus-preoptic area either electrically or by excess heat causes sweating.  The impulses from this area that cause sweating are transmitted in the autonomic pathways to the cord and then through the sympathetic outflow to the skin everywhere in the body. 7/26/2017 39
  40. 40. REGULATION OF THE SWEATING  The sweat glands are innervated by sympathetic cholinergic nerve fibers (i.e. are stimulated by acetylcholine).  These glands can also be stimulated by epinephrine or norepinephrine circulating in the blood, even though the glands themselves do not have adrenergic innervation.  This is important during exercise, when these hormones are secreted by the adrenal medullae and the body needs to lose the extra heat produced by the active muscles. 7/26/2017 40
  41. 41. MECHANISM OF SWEAT SECRETION  The sweat gland consisting of a deep subdermal coiled portion that secretes the sweat and a duct portion that passes outward through the dermis and epidermis of the skin.  The secretory portion of the sweat gland secretes a fluid called the primary secretion or precursor secretion; then the concentrations of the constituents in the fluid are modified as the fluid flows through the duct.  The precursor secretion is an active secretory product of the epithelial cells lining the coiled portion of the sweat gland.  Cholinergic sympathetic nerve fibers ending on or near the glandular cells elicit the secretion. 7/26/2017 41
  42. 42. REGULATION BY PREOPTIC AND ANTERIOR HYPOTHALAMIC NUCLEI  When the preoptic area is heated, the skin everywhere over the body immediately breaks out into a profuse sweat while at the same time the skin blood vessels over the entire body become greatly vasodilated.  Thus, this is an immediate reaction to cause the body to lose heat, thereby helping to return the body temperature toward the normal level. In addition, excess body heat production is inhibited.  Therefore, the preoptic area of the hypothalamus has the capability of serving as a thermostatic body temperature control center. 7/26/2017 42
  43. 43. TEMPERATURE-DECREASING MECHANISMS The temperature control system uses three important mechanisms to reduce body heat when the body temperature becomes too high: 7/26/2017 43
  44. 44.  1. VASODILATATION. In almost all areas of the body, the skin blood vessels become intensely dilated. This is caused by inhibition of the sympathetic centers in the anterior hypothalamus that cause vasoconstriction. Full vasodilatation can increase the rate of heat transfer to the skin as much as eightfold.  2. SWEATING. There is sharp increase in the rate of evaporative heat loss resulting from sweating, when the body core temperature rises above the critical temperature level of 37°C. An additional 1°C increase in body temperature causes enough sweating to remove 10 times the basal rate of body heat production.  3. DECREASE IN HEAT PRODUCTION. The mechanisms that cause excess heat production, such as shivering and chemical thermogenesis, are strongly inhibited. 7/26/2017 44
  45. 45. 7/26/2017 45
  46. 46. 1) INCREASED METABOLIC RATE  It can be co-related with digestion of Ama Increase body temperature swedana Increased sympatheti c activities Epinephrine ,nor- epinephrine, thyroid hormones releases It again increases metabolic rate and stimulate lipolysis So increased demand of O2 and increased out put of waste product 7/26/2017 46
  47. 47. 2.VASODIALATION ii It can be co-related with srothomukha vishodana Increased body temperature Negative feed back Stimulat e thermo receptor s Send nerve impulse to pre optic area Stimulate heat to losing centre Dialatio n of blood vessels Increased blood flow to area Maximum O2 and nutrients and removal of waste product Inhibit the heat promotion centre 7/26/2017 47
  48. 48. 3.STIMULATION OF SWEAT GLANDS Swedana corrects swedavaha sroto dushty Increase body temperature Stimulate sweat glands (via hypothermic action of sympathetic nerve) Increased sweat production and more waste removal 7/26/2017 48
  49. 49. CLINICAL ASPECTS OF SWEDANA 7/26/2017 49
  50. 50. SANKARA SWEDA • Kushta- Anupa, udaka mamsa (Ch.Chi7/51) • Rajayakshma- Krisara, utkarika, masha, kulatha, yava payasa (Ch.Chi8/71). • Arsas- Yava, masha, kulatha (Ch.Chi14/39). PRASTARA SWEDA • Hikka-Swasa (Ch.Chi17/71-72) • Yoni vyapat (Ch.Chi30/47) NADI SWEDA • Mandala kushta (Ch.Chi7/50) • Rajayakshma- Mamsa rasa, panchmoola (Ch.Chi8/74) • Vata vyadhi- Anupa, udaka mamsa, dashamoola, Shatavari, kulatha, tila (Ch.Chi28/99). 7/26/2017 50
  51. 51. PATRA PINDA SWEDA • Rajayakshma (Ch.Chi.8). UPANAHA SWEDA • Apakwa gulma (Ch.Chi.5/41) • Rajayakshma- jivanti, sadapa, vacha, vesavara (Ch.Chi.8/75) KUTI SWEDA • Jeerna jwara (Ch.Chi.8/75) AVAGAHA SWEDA • Arsas- bilwa kwatha, takra, dadhi, kanji, gomutra (Ch.Chi.14/45-47). • Vata vyadhi- kwatha, ksheera, taila (Ch.Chi.28/109). 7/26/2017 51
  52. 52. PARISHEKA SWEDA • Jeerna jwara (Ch.Chi.3/174) • Arsas- arka, bilwa, triphaladi kwatha (Ch.Chi.14/44) PRADEHA/PRALEPA SWEDA • Jeerna jwara- agurvadi prelepa (Ch.Chi.3/219) • Kushta- gomaya pradeha (Ch.Chi.7/57) • Sleepada- sarshapa lepa (Ch.Chi.12/98) SWEDA • Kaphaja pinasa (Ch.Chi.26/149) • Kaphaja shiro roga(Ch.Chi.26/100) • Vata vyadhi(Ch.Chi.28/75) • Pakshaghata(Ch.Chi.28/100) 7/26/2017 52
  53. 53. COMPLICATIONS OF SWEDANA  Daha (burning sensation in the body).  Pitta prakopa.  Murcha (fainting).  Sarira sadana (weakness of the body).  Sandhi pida (pain in joints).  Visphota (blisters).  Bhrama (giddiness).  Klama (tiredness).  Chardi (vomiting).  Trshna (thirst).  Rakthadushti lakshana etc. 7/26/2017 53
  54. 54. SWEDA ATIYOGA CHIKITSA In case of excessive swedana Greeshma Ritucharya should be adopted like :- 1. The food which is Madura, Sheeta, Drava, Snigdha is to be given. 2. Juice made of cold water and sugar should be drunk. 3. Lavana, Amla, Ushna Katu dravyas should not be used. 7/26/2017 54
  55. 55. 4. The patient should kept in Sheeta gruha (air condition room) 5. His body should be smeared with paste of Chandana. 6. The treatment for pitta shamana and Rakta shamana should be adopted.  Cold water sprinkle  Head low position  Cold water to drink  Management of de-hydration 7/26/2017 55
  56. 56. 7. In case of excessive sweda which may cause bhrama(giddiness), moorcha (fainting), daha (thrist) etc. The treatment for respective disease should be immediately administered. 8. In case of Sphota (Blisters) or Vrana (Ulcers) fomentation should be stopped immediately and Jatyaditaila, Jatyadimalam, Shatadautaghrita, Jatyadi ghrita, Ropana ghrita etc should be applied. 7/26/2017 56
  57. 57. DISCUSSION  Swedana and Body Temperature  Maintenance of Body heat and Sweating  Sweda and Swedana karma  Application of Swedana karma in respect to various condition-roga bala,rogi bala,kala,dosha  Swedana karma in practice 7/26/2017 57
  58. 58. CONCLUSION  Very essential purvakarma  Important pradana karma  Having role as paschat karma  Very beneficial technique in de-localizing sthanika & sarvadaihika dosha  Unripe fruit-crushed to get juice  Ripened fruit-easily extract juice 7/26/2017 58
  59. 59.  Three fold benefits of swedana:-  Malapaham- Preventive  Rogaharam- Curative  Bala, Varna Prasadanam- Promotive 7/26/2017 59

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