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Applicability of Lepa in Swastha

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Applicability of Lepa in Swastha

  1. 1. Applicability of Lepa in Swastha Prof.Sajitha k Professor, Dept. of P.G. Studies In Swasthavritta, Sri Sri College of Ayurveda, Bangalore
  2. 2. contents  Introduction  Derivation  Definition  Synonyms  Types  Preparation  Technique  Time of application  Preservation  General rules  Rutu anusara  Labha/uses  Ayogya  Poorva karma  Paschat karma  Mode of action
  3. 3. Introduction  Comes under Bahya Kalpana  One of the Bahiparimarjana
  4. 4. Derivation  Derived from Root “Lip", affixed by “Vang” pratyaya.  “Lipyati anena iti lepanam” The one which is used for anointing is Lepa.
  5. 5. Definition  Medicines used in the form of paste for external application is Lepa.
  6. 6. Synonyms “Alepasya cha namani lipthe lepascha lepanam” |sha.sa.uth.kan.2/1|  Lepa  Alepana  Lepta  Lepana
  7. 7. Types Acc. To |Su|  Pralepa  Padeha  Alepa
  8. 8. Acc. To |cha|  Shodhana pralepa  Ropana pralepa  Katinyakara pralepa  Mardavakara pralepa  Savarneekarana lepa  Varnakara lepa  Roma sanjanana lepa  Twak karshnyakara lepa
  9. 9. Acc. To |Vag|  Snaihika lepa  Nirvapana lepa  Prasadana lepa  Stambhana lepa  Vilayana lepa  Pachana lepa P.T.O
  10. 10.  Peedana lepa  Shodhana lepa  Ropana lepa  Savarneekarna lepa
  11. 11. Acc. to |Sha|  Doshaghna lepa  Vishaghna lepa  Varnya lepa
  12. 12. Preparation  Drugs are made fine powder form It is mixed with some liquids/other medium, indicated in each preparation. Made in to a soft paste for application.
  13. 13. In wet drugs  Wet drugs are made in to kalka form Then directly go for application.
  14. 14. Media Media that can be used to prepare paste are:  Water  Cow’s urine  Oil  Ghee, etc;
  15. 15. Quantity of sneha dravya  Vataja – 1/4th part  Pittaja – 1/6th part  Kaphaja – 1/8th part
  16. 16. Technique of lepa application  It should be gently rubbed in an upward/ pratiloma /reverse direction.  So that the action of the application quick and effective.  Because application enters in to romakupa and further get absorbed through swedavahi srothas and sira mukha, then produces good results.
  17. 17. Time of lepa application  Pralepa Should not be applied at night nor it should be allowed to stay on after it dried up.  Where as pradehas can be allowed to stay even after drying, in order to cause constriction / pressure over the part of the body.
  18. 18. Important  The heat of the body comes out through the skin pores at nights normally.  If medicinal applications are done at nights the skin pores get blocked and obstruct the transfer of body heat.  So lepa should not be done at nights.
  19. 19. Preservation of lepa If preserve in air tight containers…..  Vegetable lepa churna will preserve their potency for 30 days,  Mineral and metallic preparations last indefinitely.
  20. 20. General rules for application  Always lepa should be applied in the opposite direction of the hair follicles.  Should not be left after drying, it must be removed as soon as they are dries up.  As the lepa are wet, it helps to skin where, as soon as they are dried they lose their potency and irritate the skin.
  21. 21.  Lepa should be prepared freshly and use.  They should be used only once.  Over the previous lepa fresh once should not be applied.  It should not be applied at night, if applied it causes skin diseases by suppressing local temperature.
  22. 22.  Do not cover the lepa with cloth because it causes retention of sweat which in turn leads to pidaka, Kandu, etc; complications.  Lepa should not be too snigdha nor ruksha,  Neither solid nor liquid, i.e.; it should be of medium consistency.
  23. 23.  Thickness of Alepa should be like that of wet skin of the Buffalo or 1/3ed of angula.
  24. 24. Poorva karma  Abhyanga |A.H.Su.22/16| Paschat karma:  Mukha prakshalana with jala. |A.H.Su.22/16|
  25. 25. Ritu anusara lepa  Acharyas has mentioned Kalanusara lepa.  In ushna kala, lepa is applied for soothing effect.  Where as in sheeta kala for producing ushnatha and kapha nashaka effects.
  26. 26. Different dravyas to different rutus  Shishira Simhimoola, Tila, Krishna, Dravi twak, Nistusha and Yava.  Vasantha Darbha moola, Hima usheera, Shireesha, Mishiba and Tandula.  Greshama Kumudha, Utpala, Kalhara, Doorvi, Maduka and chandana.
  27. 27.  Varsha Kaleeyaka, Tila, Usheera, Mamsi, Tagara and Padmaka.  Sharad Taleesa, Gundra, Pundra, yasti, kashanata and Agaru.  Hemantha Kola majja, Vrishan moola, Shabara and Goura sarshapa.
  28. 28. Mukha lepa labha By using Mukha lepa one can over come the diseases like:  Akala palita  Vyanga  Valli  Timira  Neelika
  29. 29. Other benefits  Stability of the Eye sight  Pleasant facial appearance  Good complexion  Looks like fresh lotus flower.
  30. 30. Ayogya for lepa Persons suffering with:  Peenasa  Ageerna  Hanugraha  Arochaka  Datta nasya  Jagarita purusha.
  31. 31. Snana anarha also considered as Ayogya  Jwara  Atisara  Netra roga  Karna roga  Vata vikara  Adhmana  Peenasa  Vishakta
  32. 32. To be avoided  Divaswapna  Ati bhashana  Agni and Atapa sevana  Shoka  Krodha
  33. 33. Karmukatha (mode of action)  Pitha which is present in skin is Bhrajaka Pitha  It is said to be assimilate the dravya, which comes in contact with skin either the form of lepa, i.e.;  Further the Thiryag dhamani spread through out the skin like mesh.
  34. 34.  From these the Roma kupa originate through this path way the sweat moves out and at the same time Rasa dhatu reaches the Roma kupa to nourish them.  In similar way the active principle of medicaments to the skin in the form of Abhyanga, Parisheka, Avagaha, lepa, etc; is absorbed after undergoing paka by Bhrajaka Pitha.
  35. 35.  There by it bestows normal function of skin is the experience of sukha sparsha with the sensation of touch.c
  36. 36. Thank You

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