Uvulitis - Kakalaka Sotha
1. Vatika Chardi: in this disease patient vomits out small quantity of Kasaya, frothy and thin material with difficulty though the act is urgent. Other accompanied symptoms are headache, pain in the heart and umbilical regions, cough, hoarsness of voice and noisy eructation.
2. Paittika Chardi: in this condition patient vomits out yellowish, greenish or smoke coloured material having bitter taste with burning sensation. Other symptoms include thirst, dryness of mouth, giddiness and fainting.
3. Kaphaja Chardi: in this type of Chardi patient vomits out greasy, thick and whitish coloured material having sweet taste without any difficulty. Other symptoms are water-brash, loss of appetite, torpor, and feeling of sleep and heaviness in the body.
4. Tridosaja Chardi: in this condition patient vomits out thick and blue coloured material or saline of acidic taste with blood, Colic pain, loss of appetite, indigestion, burning sensation, thirst, dyspnoea and fainting are the other accompanied symptoms.
5.Agantuja Chardi: Vomiting caused by the unpleasant site or smell, pregnancy, disturbances ofAma, disagreeable food, idiosyncrasy and worms is known asAgantuja Chardi.
1.Amalaki Phala Misa (embelic myrobalan fruit preserve) is to be taken according to the need of the patient.
2. Powdered fruit rind of Haritaki (chebulic myrobalan) 1 to 3 g. is to be taken with 4 to 6 g. honey three times a day.
3. Powdered rhizome of Sai (zedoary) 1 to 3 g. is to be taken three times a day with water.
4. Mix milk with equal part of water and take in small quantity repeatedly.
5. Root bark of Badara (jujube) 1 g. is to be taken with 50 to 100 ml. Taulodaka (rice washing) three times a day.
6. Juice of one Nimbu (lemon) in 250 ml. water and 25 g. Sarkara (raw sugar) is to be taken three times a day.
7. Seed of Ela (cardamom) fried in ghee is to be taken in 250 to 500 mg. dose with 4 to 6 g. honey three times in a day.
1. Powder of equal part of Tvak-Dalacini(cinnamon bark) and leaf of Tamala 1 to 3 g. is to be taken with 4 to 6 g. honey twice a day.
2. Powder of equal part of Trikau, Saindhava (rock-salt), Via (a kind of salt) and Sauvarcala Lavaa (a kind of salt) 500 mg. is to be taken with honey to make a paste three times a day.
3. Take powder of equal part of Yasimadhu (glycyrrhiza) and Rakta Candana (red sandalwood) 2 g. and grind in 250 ml. milk. it is to be taken three or four times a day.
4. Powder of wood of Sveta Candana (white sandal) 3 g., and Juice of fresh fruit ofAmalaki (embelic myrobalan) 50 ml. is to be taken with 25 g. honey, three times a day.
5. Saktu of Yava (barley) 10 to 20 g. is to be taken with honey to make a paste once a day.
6. Equal part of Laja (pop of paddy), honey, Sarkara (raw sugar) 100 g. is to be taken with the decoction of Mudga (phaseolus bean) 14 to 28 ml. three times a day.
7. Burn 100 g. bark of Pipala and drop it in one liter of water. Liquid thus obtained is to be taken frequently.
8. Decoction prepared from whole plant of Parpaa (five leaved fumitory) 14 to 28 ml. is to be taken three times a day.
9. Ghrta Siddha with equal part of Suhi (dried ginger) and Svarasa (juice) of Seed of Daima (pomegranate) is to be taken in 12 to 24 g. dose with 50 to 100 ml. warm water 2 to 3 times a day.
10. Prepare Panaka (syrup) of equal part of fruit rind ofAmalaki (embelic myrobalan), Draksa (raisin) and Sarkara (raw sugar) in 50 g. honey and 200 ml. water and filter it through cloth. it is to be taken as frequently as possible.
1. Mayura Puccha Bhasma: 250 to 500 mg. is to be taken with 4 to 6 g. honey three times in a day.
Sali (red variety of rice), seeds of Yava (barley) and Mudga (phaseolus bean); Badara (jujube), Draksa (raisin), fruits of Narikela (coconut),Amalaki (embelic myrobalan) and Daima (pomegranate);Ardraka (ginger) and Nimbu (lemon) are useful for the patients of Chardi. in case ofAgantuja Chardi the foods of the liking of the patient may also be given.
Bibi (kunduru), Kadali (banana), root of Yasimadhu (glycyrrhiza), leaf of Rajika (black mustard) are harmful for the patient of Chardi. Unrelished food should be avoided.