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Suryawanshi Ravikumar Shyam1, Kale Rashmi A2, Narkhede Yogesh D3
1 Assistant professor, Department of shalya, Vidarbha Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Amravati, Maharashtra, India
2 Associate Professor , Department of shalya, Maharashtra Arogya Mandals Sumatibai Shaha Ayurved Mahavidyalay, Hadpsar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
3 Assistant professor, Department of shalya, Maharashtra Arogya Mandals Sumatibai Shaha Ayurved Mahavidyalay, Hadpsar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Dr. Suryawanshi Ravikumar Shyam;
Introduction : ‘Vicharchika’(ECZEMA) is described under KshudraKushthain Ayurvedicclassics, also mentioned as a curable disease yet the relapsing nature of thisdisease makes it much harassment for patient and troubles some for physician too Jalauka vacharana karma by Jalauka (Leech) are considered as the ideal method to expel out the vitiated blood safely, quickly and effectively. Acharya Charaka has advocated, about the line of treatment ofKushtha, Jalaukavacharana karma for Pitta pradhanadosha and Raktapradhanadusti...
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