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Panchakarma Schlok in Ashtang Hrudaya Sutrasthan Part 1 -- By Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
• This PPT includes most useful Schlokas or verses from Ashtanga Hrudaya Sutrasthana .These schlokas are very easy to learn by heart .Schlokas like formulae ,which gives a lot information in concise manner .In this first Part ,Chapters from 1 to 16 of Ashtang Hrudaya are covered as follows – 1) Ayush kamiya 2) Dinacharya 3) Rutucharya 4) Rog anutpadaniya 5) Drava dravya vignyaniya 6) Anna swarup vignyaniya 7) Anna raksha 8) Matra shitiya 9) Dravyadi vignyaniya 10 ) Rasa bhediya 11) Doshadi vignyaniya 12) Dosha Bhediya 13) Dosha Upakramaniya 14) Dwividhopakramaniya 15) Shodhanadi gana sangraha 16) Sneha vidhi
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Panchakarma & Vagbhat sutra sthana ppt part 1

  1. 1. Panchakarma & Vagbhat – Part 1 • Presented By – • Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande (M.D in Ayurvdic Medicine & M.D. in Ayurvedic Physiology) • www.ayurvedicfriend.com • Mobile – 922 68 10 630 • professordeshpande@gmail. com 10/14/2016 Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande 1
  2. 2. Panchakarma & Vagbhat – Part 1 • This PPT is prepared to get readymade schlok about Panchakarma from Ashtang Hrudaya Sutra sthana • Schlok or verses are with Sandhi Vigraha • If we try to recite or learn all of them by heart ,that will be boon ,while doing Ayurvedic Practice • There are 2 sets or Parts of PPTS 10/14/2016 2Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  3. 3. Panchakarma & Vagbhat – Part 1 • Although Panchakarma topic has many referances in Charak,Sushrut & other Ayurvedic Samhitas as well – • Vagbhat is very easy to recite, remember & precise 10/14/2016 3Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  4. 4. Prayer before Panchakarma 10/14/2016 4Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  5. 5. Keep Faith on Ayurved 10/14/2016 5Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  6. 6. Properties of Vat,Pitta,Kapha 10/14/2016 6Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  7. 7. Principle of Homologous & Heterologous 10/14/2016 7Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  8. 8. Basic causes of Diseases 10/14/2016 8Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  9. 9. Types of Medical Management 10/14/2016 9Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  10. 10. Four Pillars of Medical Management 10/14/2016 10Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  11. 11. Ideal features of Ayurvedic Doctor & Medicine 10/14/2016 11Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  12. 12. Collyrium to the eyes 10/14/2016 12Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  13. 13. Benefits of Oil Massage 10/14/2016 13Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  14. 14. Dry Powder Massage 10/14/2016 14Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  15. 15. Winter ( Hemant) Seasonal Regimen 10/14/2016 15Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  16. 16. Spring (Vasant ) Seasonal Regimen 10/14/2016 16Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  17. 17. Rainy (Varsha) Seasonal Regimen 10/14/2016 17Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  18. 18. Autumn (Sharad ) Seasonal Regimen 10/14/2016 18Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  19. 19. Do not suppress Natural urges 10/14/2016 19Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  20. 20. Suppression of Flatus 10/14/2016 20Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  21. 21. Suppression of Micturition reflex 10/14/2016 21Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  22. 22. Suppression of sneezing 10/14/2016 22Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  23. 23. Suppression of sleep instinct 10/14/2016 23Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  24. 24. Suppression of vomition 10/14/2016 24Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  25. 25. Suppression of semen ejaculation 10/14/2016 25Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  26. 26. Importance of Ayurvedic Detox Treatment ( Panchakarma) 10/14/2016 26Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  27. 27. Treat debility created after Detox 10/14/2016 27Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  28. 28. Benefits after treating debility 10/14/2016 28Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  29. 29. Proper Time for Detox Therapies 10/14/2016 29Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  30. 30. Who can remain Healthy ? 10/14/2016 30Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  31. 31. Properties & Action of Milk 10/14/2016 31Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  32. 32. Properties & Action of cow’s Milk 10/14/2016 32Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  33. 33. Properties & Action of Ghee 10/14/2016 33Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  34. 34. Use of Old Ghee ( Brahmi) as Nasya 10/14/2016 34Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  35. 35. Properties & Action of Ghee 10/14/2016 35Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  36. 36. Properties & Action of oil 10/14/2016 36Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  37. 37. Properties of Castor or Ricinus oil 10/14/2016 37Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  38. 38. Rice – Gruel ,Soft rice etc 10/14/2016 38Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  39. 39. Rice – Gruel ,Soft rice etc 10/14/2016 39Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  40. 40. Soup of Green Gram 10/14/2016 40Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  41. 41. Incompatible Food 10/14/2016 41Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  42. 42. Gradual adaptation of Beneficial things 10/14/2016 42Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  43. 43. Gradual Adaptation is beneficial 10/14/2016 43Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  44. 44. Treatment to control excess sleep 10/14/2016 44Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  45. 45. Life style for to cure Insomnia 10/14/2016 45Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  46. 46. Treatment for stagnation of Indigested matter 10/14/2016 46Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  47. 47. Treatment of Indigestion 10/14/2016 47Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  48. 48. Beneficial Food stuff 10/14/2016 48Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  49. 49. Properties & Functions of 5 Great Elements 10/14/2016 49Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  50. 50. Post Digestive Effect 10/14/2016 50Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  51. 51. Special Effect of a substance 10/14/2016 51Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  52. 52. Sweet Taste – Properties & Functions 10/14/2016 52Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  53. 53. Sour Taste – Properties & Functions 10/14/2016 53Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  54. 54. Salty Taste – Properties & Functions 10/14/2016 54Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  55. 55. Bitter Taste – Properties & Functions 10/14/2016 55Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  56. 56. Pungent Taste – Properties & Functions 10/14/2016 56Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  57. 57. Astringent Taste – Properties & Functions 10/14/2016 57Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  58. 58. Principle of Dosha-Dhatu-Mala 10/14/2016 58Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  59. 59. Functions of Dhatu & Mala 10/14/2016 59Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  60. 60. Clinical features of Vitiated Dosha 10/14/2016 60Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  61. 61. Clinical features of Vitiated Dhatu 10/14/2016 61Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  62. 62. Clinical Features of Vitiated Mala 10/14/2016 62Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  63. 63. Clinical Features of Hypo-Dosha status 10/14/2016 63Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  64. 64. Clinical Features of Hypo-Dhatu status 10/14/2016 64Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  65. 65. Clinical Features of Hypo-Mala status 10/14/2016 65Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  66. 66. Dodha & Dhatu/Mala relation 10/14/2016 66Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  67. 67. Principle of Anabolic or Catabolic Management 10/14/2016 67Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  68. 68. Ayurvedic concept of Immunity 10/14/2016 68Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  69. 69. Sites of Dosha 10/14/2016 69Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  70. 70. Common causes of Dosha Vitiation 10/14/2016 70Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  71. 71. 3 Types of Pathogenesis 10/14/2016 71Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  72. 72. 3 Types of Pathogenesis 10/14/2016 72Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  73. 73. Clinical Features of Vitiation of Dosha 10/14/2016 73Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  74. 74. Understanding Pathogenesis is Important 10/14/2016 74Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  75. 75. 10 fold examination 10/14/2016 75Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  76. 76. Treatment Plan for Vata Problems 10/14/2016 76Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  77. 77. Treatment Plan for Pitta Problems 10/14/2016 77Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  78. 78. Treatment Plan for Pitta Problems 10/14/2016 78Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  79. 79. Treatment Plan for Kapha Problems 10/14/2016 79Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  80. 80. Control disease in early stage 10/14/2016 80Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  81. 81. Ideal Treatment 10/14/2016 81Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  82. 82. Pathological movement of Dosha 10/14/2016 82Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  83. 83. Dosha Gati from Shakha to Koshtha 10/14/2016 83Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  84. 84. Clinical features of Sam Dosha 10/14/2016 84Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  85. 85. What is Aam ( Endogenous Toxin) 10/14/2016 85Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  86. 86. Sam condition 10/14/2016 86Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  87. 87. How to remove Sam Dosha ? 10/14/2016 87Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  88. 88. Expulsion through nearest path 10/14/2016 88Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  89. 89. Do not stop expulsion of Sam Dosha 10/14/2016 89Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  90. 90. Best period for Detox Treatment 10/14/2016 90Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  91. 91. Bad period for Detox process 10/14/2016 91Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  92. 92. Detox process as Emergency Management 10/14/2016 92Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  93. 93. Types of Treatment 10/14/2016 93Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  94. 94. 5 Detox Treatments 10/14/2016 94Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  95. 95. Types of Palliative Treatment 10/14/2016 95Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  96. 96. Plants for Therapeutic Vomition 10/14/2016 96Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  97. 97. Plants for Therapeutic Purgation 10/14/2016 97Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  98. 98. Plants for Therapeutic Decoction Enemata 10/14/2016 98Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  99. 99. Plants for Therapeutic Nasal medication 10/14/2016 99Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  100. 100. Anti vata Herbal Group 10/14/2016 100Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  101. 101. Anti Pitta Herbal Group 10/14/2016 101Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  102. 102. Anti Kapha Herbal Group 10/14/2016 102Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  103. 103. Properties of substances used for Oleation 10/14/2016 103Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  104. 104. Fatty substances 10/14/2016 104Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  105. 105. Indication for Oleation or Snehan 10/14/2016 105Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  106. 106. Contra Indication for Oleation or Snehan 10/14/2016 106Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  107. 107. Benefits of Fatty substances 10/14/2016 107Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  108. 108. Use of Fatty substances as per season 10/14/2016 108Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  109. 109. Methods of using fatty substances 10/14/2016 109Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  110. 110. Dose of Fatty substances 10/14/2016 110Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  111. 111. Use of Oleation Therapy 10/14/2016 111Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  112. 112. Medium for Taking Fatty substances internally 10/14/2016 112Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  113. 113. Diet plan after intake of Fatty substances 10/14/2016 113Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  114. 114. Post Snehan Activities 10/14/2016 114Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  115. 115. Time period for Internal Oleation 10/14/2016 115Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  116. 116. Clinical features of Proper & Excess oleation 10/14/2016 116Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  117. 117. Complications due to improper oleation 10/14/2016 117Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  118. 118. Treatment for Complications of Improper Snehapan 10/14/2016 118Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  119. 119. Oleation in Obese person 10/14/2016 119Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  120. 120. Instant Oleation 10/14/2016 120Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  121. 121. Oleation with modification 10/14/2016 121Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  122. 122. Utility of Oleation 10/14/2016 122Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande
  123. 123. Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande • Sharing of Knowledge • FOR • Propagating Ayurved 10/14/2016 123Prof.Dr.R.R.Deshpande

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