Poisoning from animals and animal products - Jangama Visa

Feeling of obstruction in the throat followed by vomiting of foamy material, hiccough, sensitiveness of teeth, loss of appetite, fever, unnatural breathing and fainting are the general signs and symptoms of Sthavara visa.

General Measure

1. Before commencing treatment ensure efficient emesis with salt water- 1 litre prepared by adding 50 g. salt in 1 litre water or decoction of Madanaphala (emetic nut) and Pippali-1 liter or powered seed of Rajika (black mustard)-12 to 24 g. with salt water.

Simple Preparations

1. Mix honey - 50 g., milk-1 lit., cows ghee- 50 g., juice of iksu (sugar cane)- 1lit., black muck soil- 50 g. with water -250 ml. and root juice of Guja (wild liquorice)-50 to 100 ml. it is to taken as early as possible after ingestion of poison, many times a day.

2. Equal part of powder of fruit of Pippali (long pepper), Kaa-Tra, rhizome of Jatamansi (spikenard), Savara Lodhra, Sauvarcala Lavaa, seed of Ela (lesser cardamom), Suddha Svara Gairika (purified ochre)-3 to 12 g. to the taken with honey two times a day.

3. Ghra Siddha with equal part of Kalka of roots of Yasimadhu (glycyrrhiza), Tagara (valerian), Kusha (kooth) and Mustaka (motha), wood of Devadaru (deodar), fruit rind of Haritaki (chebulic myrobalan,) seed of Ela (lesser cardmom), Elavaluka (aloe), fruit of Surpunnaga (Alexandrian laurel), rhizome of Haridra (turmeric), stem of Daruharidra (barberry), fruit of Brhati (yellow berried night shade), root of Sariva (indian sarsaparilla), whole plants of Mudgapari and PrSnipari-6 to 24 g. to be taken two times a day.

4. Kalka of equal part of seed of Kapikacchu (cowage), leave of Tulasi (sacred basil), seed of indravarui (colocynth), bark of Sigru (horse-radish), roots of Kakamaci (black night shade) and Punarnava (pigweed) and fruit of Sirisa -6 to 12 g. to be taken with 250 ml. milk twice a day, or make powder of these drugs and take its 1 to 2 g. as Nasya (snuff).

External Applications

1. Lepa of root, bark, leaf and seed of Sirisa prepared in water to be applied on the body.

2. Lepa prepared with equal part of seed of Kapikacchu (cawage), leaves of Tulasi (sacred basil), seed of indravarui (colocynth), roots of Sigru (horse-radish) and Punarnava (pigweed), and fruit of Sirisa in water to be applied on the body.