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Jalaukavacharana: a critical review

Author: 
Deveshwari and Prof Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine based on the belief that health and wellness depends on a delicate balance between mind, body and spirit. Ayurvedic modalities aim to restore balance of Doshas, which cause ailments, and preventing the recurrence of diseases by addressing underlying imbalances. Raktamokshana is one of these modalities which focuses on elimination of Dushit Rakta (vitiated blood) from one’s body. Among various methods of Raktamokshana, Jalaukavacharana is practiced since ancient times. It holds a place in the right hand of Lord Dhanwantri emphasizing its significance for ailing humanity. The Father of Surgery, Acharya Sushruta, has given a detailed description of Jalauavacharana in his treatise “Sushruta Samhita’’ and described Jalauka under the heading of Anushastra. The inborn attributes of Jalauka are Sheeta (cold) and Madhura (Sweet) are opposite to Pitta Dosha and these qualities help in pacifying Pitta Dosha. From a modern perspective, the saliva of Jalauka contains several bioactive substances which help in the removal of toxins accumulated in the body and thus helpful for the treatment of plastic and reconstructive surgery, which mainly helps to stimulate the growth of new blood vessels and restore the blood supply to compromised tissues. In addition to its medicinal properties, Jalauka is favored for being a minimally invasive and cost-effective treatment option.

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