BENEFITS OF ANUVASANA BASTI

Dr. Omprakash Yadav

By Dr.Omprakash Yadav Contact:-shivshivaayurveda@gmail.com Ph no:-+918080747455 /+9196996666426

Introduction OF ANUVASANA BASTI

In Basti there is customization of medicated herbal oils, herbal decoction,herbal paste according to person.
which are administered through the rectum. 
This process continues for a period  8 or 16 or 30 days.
Which has specific sequence of Anuvasana basti & Asthapana basti
IN AYURVEDA IT IS STATED AS HALF TREATMENT FOR ANY DISEASES.

AYURVEDA DETAILS OF ANUVASANA BASTI

BENIFIT OF ANUVASANA BASTI

1.Asthapana vasti (Patient who needs decoction enema)
2.Sarvanga roga (Generalized paresis),Ekanga roga (localised paresis),Ardhanga roga (Paraplegia)
3.Kuksiroga (Diseases of lower abdomen)
4.Bala, varna, mamsa kaaya (Deficiency in strength, complexion, muscle tissue)
5.Reta dosa (Defects of semen)
6.Angasupti (Numbness in the body)
7.Udavarta (Tendency of opposite direction of impulses) 
8.Adhmana (Flatulence)
9.Pakvatisara (Chronic stage of diarrhoea)
9.Parvabheda (Pain in smaller joints )
10.Abhitapa (Burning pain)
11.Gulma (Abdominal lump) 
12.Sula (pain)
13.Bhagandara (Fistula in ano) 
14.Unmada (Psychosis)
15.Bradhna (Inguinal abscess)
16.Sirahsula (Headache) 
17.Karna sula (earache)
18.Parsva, Prstha, Kati graha (Stiffness in flanks, back and lumbosacral region) 
19.Vepana (Tremors)
20.Aksepaka (convulsions)
21.Atilaghava (Low weight persons)
22.Rajah ksaya (Scanty menstruation)
23.Visamagni (Irregular digestion)
24.Sphik, janu, jangha, uru, gulpha, parsni, prapada, yoni, bahu, anguli, stana, danta, nakha, parva, asthi Sula (Pain in lower limbs, vagina, shoulder, fingers, breast, teeth, nails, small joints, bones )
25.Sosa (Cachexia)
26.Stambha (rigidity)
27.Guda sula (Pain in anal region)
28.Vruddhi (hernia)
29.80 types of diseases due to vata
30.Jirna pratisya (Chronic rhinitis)
31.Grudhrasi (Sciatica)
32.Asmari (renal calculus)
33.Kastartava (Dysmenorrhoea)
34.Ruksa sarira (Dryness in the body)
35.Tiksnagni (Strong digestive capacity)
36.Diseases purely due to vata
31.Dhatuksaya janya roga (Diseases originated due to depleted tissues in the body)

Contraindications

1.Atisnigdha (Excessively unctuous)
2.Pita sneha/ pitodaka (Person who consumed fatty substances/ water)
3.Utklistadosa (Excited state of humour)
4.Alpagni (Deficient digestive fire)
5.Yanaklanta (Exhausted due to traveling)  
6.Ati durbala (Weak)
7.Ksut, trusna, Srama Arta (Suffering from hungry, thirst, fatigue)
8.Vamita (Person undergone emesis)
9.Virikta (Person undergone purgation)
10.Kruta nasya karma (Person recently undergone nasal medication)
11.Krodha (Anger) 
12.Bhita (Fearful)
13.Abhukta bhakta (Empty stomach)
14.Navajvara (Early stage of fever/ acute fever)
15.Gurukostha (Constipated bowel habits)
16.Asthapana vasti (Contraindicated persons for decoction enema)
17.Pandu (Anaemia) 
18.Kamala (Jaundice)
19.Meha (20 types of urinary problems)
20.Arsa (Haemorrhoides)
21.Pratisya (Rhinitis)
22.Arocaka (Distaste/ Aversion to food)
23.Mandagni (Impaired digestive capacity)
24.Pliha roga (Diseases of Spleen)
25.Udararoga (Ascites, hepato spleeno-megaly, cirrhosis of liver, acute abdomen etc.)
26.Urustambha (Stiffening of thighs)
27.Atisara (Diarhoea)
28.Visa (Poisoning)
29.Pitta abhisyanda (Acute catarrhal conjunctivitis)
30.Kapha abhisyanda (Allergic conjunctivitis)
31.Slipada (Filariasis)
32.Galaganda (Goitre)
33.Apaci (Chronic lymph-adenopathy/Scrofula)
34.Krimikostha (Helminthiasis/ intestinal worm infestation )
35.Sthaulya (obese)
36.Pinasa (Chronic rhinitis/ sinusitis)

Warning:The information here is only for the purpose of knowledge.

consult your Ayurveda Physician or consult at Shiv Shiva Ayurved.

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