THERAPEUTICS OF NETRABASTI

Also, this therapy is known as Kriyakalpa and is described as eye care treatment and rejuvenation therapy.

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Indications:===

  • Myopia
  • Dry eye syndrome
  • In the early stage of retinopathy
  • Pain and swelling in the eyes
  • Chronic Conjunctivitis
  • Corneal Ulcers
  • Burning Sensation in the eyes
  • Corneal Ulcers
  • Cloudiness and Watering of the eyes
  • Squinting

Benefits According to Ayurveda:

According to the Ayurvedic Acharyas, the following are some benefits of Netra Basti:

  • Vata Pittaja Roga: Eyes disorders which are caused due to unbalanced or aggravated Vata and Pitta Dosha
  • Netra Shushkata: Excess Rigidity or stiffness in the eyes
  • Nayane Tamyati: Irritation in the eyes occurs due to exposure to excess light
  • Abhighata: Injury to the eyes
  • Krichha unmilana: Difficulty to close or open the eyes
  • Sheerna pakshama: Falling of eyelashes
  • Aavila akshnam: Dirtiness of eyes
  • Abhyishyanda: Conjunctivitis
  • Adhimantha: Glaucoma
  • Siraharsha: Cellulitis occurring in the eyes
  • Vata paryaya: Cranial nerves atrophy
  • Shkra: Inflammation of the cornea
  • Sirotpata: Conjunctiva hyperemia

Contra-Indications of Netra Basti according to Ayurveda:

There are some conditions in which Netra tarpana is contraindicated in Ayurveda:

  • Ati sheeta dina: excess cold day
  • Atyushna dina: excess hot day
  • Chinta: a person who is mentally disturbed
  • Bhrama: giddiness
  • Aayasa: in physical exhaustion
  • Ashtna upadrava: in the conditions like inflammation, severe pain, watering, and redness in the eyes

Shaman Aushidha’s for Netra Roga: 

Some of the best and most effective Ayurvedic medicines which can be taken for the curative purpose and prevention of eye disorders are:

  • Triphala ghrita
  • Mahatriphaladi Ghrita
  • Saptamrita loha
  • Triphaladi guggul
  • Patoladi guggul
  • Lauhadi guggul
  • Shatavaryadi churnam
  • Triphala choornam
  • Drakshadi leham
  • Amalaki Rasayanma

Importance of Eye Health according to Ayurveda:

According to Ayurveda, Alochaka Pitta (a subtype of Pitta, located in the eyes) controls the functioning of the eyes. The pitta is governed by Pachaka Pitta (pitta located in the gut). It indicates that the functioning of the eyes is under the direct control and is affected by the gut fire. Ayurveda believes that Alochaka pitta is most often pathologically affected and disturbed by morbid Kapha. It indicates that the balance in Kapha is very important for the balance of Alochaka pitta.

Likewise, our eyes are located in the head and are affected by imbalances of Vayu, mainly the Prana Vayu. The other subtypes of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha can also be affected by the manifestations of eye disorders. According to Ayurveda, generally, the eyes disorders and nerve related disorders are caused due to morbid Vata whereas vision-related disorders and inflammation, and redness are caused due to morbid Pitta.

Thus, Netra basti effectively works in managing eye disorders because it soothes the nerves, dryness, degeneration, and inflammation, establishes eye health, and helps in the rejuvenation of the eye and vision. Also, it helps in preventing various eye-related disorders by enhancing the immunity of the eyes.

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