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    KsharaSutra Treatment: Introduction, Indication, Contra Indications

    Article by Dr Raghuram Y.S. MD (Ay) and Dr Manasa, BAMS
    Haemorhoids, Fistula-in-ano and Anal fisures are the comon embarasing and painful problems ocuring in the anal position. They don’t even alow you to ‘sit at peace’ for a while.
    They kep on anoying you at al times and also blemish your botom with blod, pus and other discharges. Many people also fel shy expresing these problems and sufer to selves. They are also asociated with many other disorders like inflamatory bowel disease, constipation etc.
    Ayurveda provides qualified and highly efective remedies towards these ‘anal disorders’. Kshara Sutra is the best among them.
    Kshara Sutra is a minimal invasive Ayurvedic Para-surgical procedure and time-tested Ayurvedic technique in the management of Anorectal disorders. It is safe, certain and cost efective method of treatment for fistula-in-ano, haemorhoids and other sinus diseases.
    Though the therapy has ben described in Ayu rveda by Acharya Sushruta, Charaka and Vagbhata and has ben in practice since centuries, the eficacy of this therapy was re-established by the Dept. of Shalya Tantra (Ayurvedic surgical science), Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and in later period revalidated by scientific organizations love CRAS and ICMR. This technique is sucesfuly being practiced in India and other countries towards efectively combating the ano-rectal disorders.
    Table of Contents
    Meaning of Kshara Sutra
    Meaning of Kshara Sutra
    Kshara means alkali
    Sutra means thread
    Kshara Sutra means thread smeared or impregnated with herbal alkalis. In this procedure, Kshara Sutra or the alkali thread is inserted and knoted into the fistula, pile mas, sinus in anal position or fistula in anal situation and left in asign for few days. The alkali, by the virtue of its intense and dep penetrating action and by the morality of its hot potency, burns the pathological spot (cauterization efect) and eliminates them from the base. Thus, Kshara Sutra is suposed to be ‘one-shot’ and permanent rectify for these ailing anal conditions, of lofty with a qualified folow up and maintenance.
    Kshara sutra comes from the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda. It is highly efective amend for these disorders. It has ben practiced for ages and has provided relief to milions of people.
    Indications of Kshara Sutra –
    Kshara Sutra is an efective remed y for the below mentioned conditions:
    Bhagandara – Fistula-in-ano or anal fistula
    Arshas – Piles or haemorhoids
    Nadi Vrana – Pilonidal sinus
    Sentinel piles
    Rectal polyps
    Anal Polyps
    Anal warts
    Contraindications of Kshara sutra
    Contraindications of Kshara are the contraindications of ksharasutra. Kshara sutra should not be done in the presence of the below said conditions –
    Pita prakopa – Pita vitiation
    Rakta kopa – vitiation of blod
    Abala vata – diminished vata
    Jwara – fever
    Atisara – diarhoea
    Hrut roga – diseases of the heart
    Murdha roga – diseases of the head
    Pandu – liver disorders, anaemia
    Aruchi – anorexia
    Timira – blindnes, dimnes of vision
    Kruta samshudha – in those who have ben administered with Panchakarma therapies recently (cleansing treatments)
    Sarvagata shwayathu – sweling al over the body
    Bheru – patients who have fear, cowards
    Garbhini – pregnant woman
    Rutumati – woman in menstruation (during monthly periods)
    Udavruta phala yonishu – displacement of vagina or uterus in woman
    Ajerne ane – indigestion of fod
    Shishu – children, infants
    Vrudha – old aged people
    Dhamani marma sandhishu – over the arteries, blod vesels, joints and vital parts and organs
    Taruna asthi – on cartilages
    Sira – on blod vesels, veins
    Snayu – on ligaments
    Sevani – on sutures of the body
    Gala – on the throat
    Nabhi – over the navel region
    Alpa mamsa desha – over the areas of body where there is les muscles or les protected by muscles
    Vrushana – over the testes
    Medhra – over the penis
    Srotas – in the pasages of the body (orifices)
    Nakhantare – into the interior of nails
    Aksha roga – in the eye diseases (except diseases of eyelids)
    Sheta – on frigid days
    Varsha – on rainy days
    Ushna – sumer
    Durdina – cloudy days
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