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It is the prime process of blood detoxification.It is the therapy which includes inducing controlled bleeding from specific areas by the means of leech therapy, cupping or superficial small incisions, as per the requirement of body and disease. It’s a therapeutic clean up method given by Ayurveda for blood cleansing and purification.
It is one of the essential elements of the Panchakarma healing treatments. It’s derived from the two words, “Rakt”, which means blood and “Mokshana”, which means leave. Thus, Rakta mokshana means that to let the blood out.
It is recommended when the disease is caused by blood pooling and irritation out of it. The blood is expelled out from the body to reduce the quantity of toxic substances within the blood borne disorders.
It is a safe and essential part of the treatment protocol for patients with increased Pitta dosha or Rakta(Blood) or mixing of excess Pitta into the blood which is chronic or doesn’t respond to gentler interventions. So Individuals with Increased and unbalanced blood (rakt) and Pitta dosha (fire body tumor) and high level of toxicity are recommended the Bloodletting Ayurveda Treatment. It also is useful for specific Vata- and Kapha-related conditions.
It is even advised in the healthy individuals during Pitta vitiated conditions especially during october heat ( i.e. Sharad Rutu as per Indian culture ).
Pracchana Karma is a form of raktamokshan in ayurveda. It is and ancient practice which invloves letting the Impure blood exude out through several superficial (very minor) and localized incisions (cuts) made in the skin with a metallic blade or scalpel, thus cleaning the impurities and helps in treating the patients.
1) HAIRFALL (ALOPACIA)
2) WHITNING OF HAIRS
3) VITILIGO /LEUCODERMA
5) CHRONIC SKIN DISEASES
Viddha karma is a form of raktamokshan in ayurveda. Viddha karma is the ancient Indian practice of inserting needles in specific points on the body to free Blocked Vata & Rakta thus cleaning the impurities and helps in treating the patients. The Viddha karma resembles acupuncture but is different in many ways. This is done in more easy way than acupuncture as the points selected are very less. So it is direct and specific.
2) CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS
3) FROZEN SHOULDER & MUSCULAR WASTING
4) TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA
5) CHROIC HEADACHE
7) EPILEPSY & INSANITY
8) LIVER CIRRHOSIS , HEPATOMEGALY, LIVER DISEASES
10) CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASES, NEPHROTIC SYNDROME
11) ALLERGIC RHINITIS, CHRONIC SIUSITIS,
OLD COLD, LOSS OF SMELL
12) TINGLING SENSETION IN FOOT
13) FOOT BURN
15) CALCANEAL SPUR/PLANTAR FASCITIS
16) PAINFUL SWELLING OF NAIL BED
2. Agni Karma
Agnikarma is an ancient ayurved pain management technique derived from the Indian system of medicine, Ayurveda. The Agnikarma (Thermal Cautery) has been described in the Ayurvedic literature of SushrutSamhita, written by the legendary Vadic Indian Surgeon Sushruta, referred as the father of modern surgery
The word Agnikarma(Thermal Cautery) means the application of Agni (heat). The Agnikarma (Thermal Cautery) involves a procedure whereby heat is transferred to the affected parts of the body using the metal Shalaka(metal rod) ( Suvarna Shalaka , saptdhatu shalaka) in an aseptic manner. Therapeutic burns are created using these metal rods, based on the specialist knowledge in a number of areas including a type of disorder, the constitution of the patient, severity of the disorder etc.
2) CERVICAL SPONDYLITIS
3) LUMBAR SPONDYLOSIS
4) ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS
5) BACK PAIN
6) NECK PAIN
7) KNEE PAIN
8) HEEL SPUR/ CALCANEAL SPUR
9) HEPATOMEGALY 10) CORN
11) PAGET’S DISEASE
14) DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASES
15) HERNIATED DISC
16) SPINAL STENOSIS
18) NEUROPATHIC PAIN