C.Su.18, Chi.12, S.Ni.13, Chi. 20, A.H.U.31, M.Ni.55
These Vyaadhi are called as Kshudra (minor diseases) because there Hetu (causative factors), Lakshan`a (symptoms) and Chikitsaa (treatment) is not much elaborative like other Vyaadhis.
|Sus`hruta (44)||Vaagbhat`a (36)|
|Indravriddhaa / Gardabhikaa||Viddhaa|
|Chippa||Upanakha / Chipya / Akshata|
|Yauvanapid`akaa||Yauvanapid`akaa / Mukha Dooshikaa|
It is seen in the children. It is a Pid`akaa which is unctuous Savarn`aa, (skin coloured), Grathita (dense), Neeruja (painless). It is in shape of Mudga. It is Kapha Vaataja.
It is Kat`hina (hard) and Grathita (dense) Pid`akaa in shape of Yava. It is harbouredin Maamsa Dhaatu. It is caused due to vitiation of Vaata and Kapha.
This Pid`akaa is Ghana (dense), without opening, elevated and circular. There is less pus in it. It is caused due to vitiation of Vaata and Kapha.
It is a Pid`akaa having wide mouth. There is severe burning sensation. It resembles to the ripened fruit of Udumbara (Fig). It is caused due to vitiated Pitta.
It is Daarun`a (serious) condition. These are 5 or 6 Pid`akaa which are elevated like back of tortoise. These Pid`akaa are Grathita (dense). It is caused due to vitiation of Vaayu and Kapha. It is called as Kachchhapikaa. According to Vaagbhat`a, it is Granthi without opening. There is less puss discharge.
It is a Granthi, which manifests on Paan`i Tala, Paada Tala, Sandhi (joints), Greevaa, Oordhvajatru. This Granthi resembles to Valmeeka (ant hill). It aggravates slowly. There is Toda, Kleda, Paridaaha, Kan`d`oo. There are so many openings on it. It is caused due to the vitiation of Kapha, Pitta and Vaata. It is Tridoshaja.
Indravriddha / Gardabhikaa / Viddhaa
It is caused due to the vitiation of Vaayu and Pitta. Like Padmapushkara, it is covered by the Pid`akaa. It is called as Indravriddhaa. It is circular and elevated with Sarakta (blood). It is associated with Pid`akaa. It causespain. It is also called as Gardabhikaa. According to Vaagbhat`a, it is named as Viddhaa.
These are the circular Pit`ikaa. They are largely elevated. There is Raaga and Pit`ikaa.
This is a Pid`akaa which is manifested inside or outside of the ear. It manifests on the back also. It resembles to the esculent root of different kinds of lotus (S`haalooka). It is caused due to the vitiation of Vaata and Kapha. There is severe pain.
It is S`hopha (oedema) manifests on the mandibular joint. There is mild pain. It is Sthira (stable). It is caused due to Vaata and Kapha.
This is S`hotha which spreads like Visarpa. It causes Daaha and Jvara. It does not suppurate. It is caused due to the vitiation of Pitta. It is Jaalagardabha. It is copper coloured according to Vaagbhat`a.
This is a Pid`akaa which is manifested on the Uttamaanga (head). It is circular with
severe pain and without Jvara. It is caused due to vitiation of all the three Dosha. It manifests with all the symptoms of the three Dosha.
This is a Sphot`a (blister) manifested on the Baahu, Paars`hva, Kakshaa (axillaryregion). It is black colouredblisters. It is caused due to vitiation of Pitta.
This is Pid`akaa which resembles to the Kakshaa. It is Tvaggata. It is caused due to Pitta vitiation.
These are the blisters resembling to the blisters caused due to fire burn. There is Jvara. It is caused due to vitiation of Pitta and Rakta. These Sphot`a may get manifested on the whole body. This is called as Visphot`akaa. According to Vaagbhat`a, these are the larger blisters than the Masoorikaa.
These are the Sphot`a formed on the Kakshaa. They cause tearing of the Maamsa. There is Antardaaha, Jvara, it kills a person within 7 or 10 or 15 days. It is Asaadhya and caused due to the vitiation of all the three Dosha.
Chippa / Angulivesht`aka
Pitta and Vaata residing in to the Nakha Maamsa cause pain like Daaha and Paaka. It is called as Chippa. Charaka has described it as Akshata. According to Maadhava Nidaana, Kunakha involves less Dosha than Chippa.
It is called as Akshata.
Kunakha / Kuleena
When a nail gets blackened due to trauma. It becomes dry and Khara. It is called as Kunakha or Kuleena.
It is Gambheera (deeply situated) with is little oedema. It is of same colouras of the skin. It gets suppurated from inside of it. It is called as Anus`hayee. According to Maadhava Nidaana, it is Gambheera. i.e. Its inside gets suppurated. There is less S`hotha. It manifests on the dorsum of the foot.
It is circular like Vidaaree Kanda. It manifests on the Kakshaa, Vamkshan`a, Sandhi. It is caused due to the vitiation of all the three Dosha. It manifests with the symptoms of all the three Dosha.
Kapha and Vaata vitiate Maamsa, Siraa, Snaayu and Meda causing Granthi (glandular growth). When it bursts out the secretions resemble to the honey, Vasaa and ghee. Therefore there is aggravation of Vaayu. It causes drying of the Maamsa. The Granthi turns to S`harkaraa (small gravels). There is foul smell, wet and there are different colours. Siraa secrets the blood suddenly. It is called as S`harkaraarbuda.
In a person who walks more, suffers from the aggravation of the Vaayu. The foot becomes very dry. (Ati Rooksha) causing tears on the foot. There is pain also. It is called as Paadadaaree.
There is trauma due to the gravels on the ground. Dosha get association of Rakta, Meda causing hard growth. It has maximum of size of Kola (Jujube). There is pain and secretions.
Due to the contact of mud, there is wetness is the fingers of foot. There is Kan`d`oo, Daaha and Rujaa.
Indralupta / Khaalitya / Rujaa / Ruhyaa
Pitta at the Romakoopa, which gets associated with the Vaata causing falling of the hair.
Then the Kapha associated with Rakta causes obstruction of the Romakoopa, which prevents the new growth of the hairs.
It is caused due to vitiation of Vaata and Kapha. It causes dryness of the scalp. There is Prapaat`ana (splitting pain) of the scalp.
These are Arumshi Vran`aan (the small wounds) on the head. They have multiple openings. It is caused due to the Kapha, Rakta and Krimi.
Due to anger, sorrow and fatigue, S`hareeroshmaa (the heat of the body) matures the hairs changing their colour.
These are Sphot`a manifested on bodyand inside of the Vadana (mouth).There is Daaha, Jvara, Rujaa. These Sphot`a are Taamra (copper coloured). It is also called as S`heetalikaa in the other texts.
These are dense Pid`akaa with painon the face. They resemble to the spines of the S`haalmalee (Salmalia malabarica). It is causeddue to Kapha, Vaata and Rakta. These are manifested in the young age. According to Vaagbhat`a, these Mukhadooshikaa are having Meda inside it.
This is white coloured circular region, which is associated with Kan`d`oo and which is covered by spines. This is caused due to Vaata and Kapha. This is called as Padminee Kan`t`aka.
It is a painless, slightly reddish and evenly elevated circular region. It is presentby birth (Sahaja). It is S`hlakshn`a (smooth) in texture. According to Vaagbhat`a, it is Raktaja.
It is like black like Maasha (black gram). It is elevated, painless, stable and caused due to vitiationof Vaata.
These are black, sesame sized moles which are painless and even. They are caused due to the drying of the Kapha by Vaata and Pitta.
It is presentby birth (Sahaja). It is painlesscircular lesions, which may be large in size or it may be small. It may be S`hyaava or Sita (Grey or white). It is called as Nyachchha.
According to Vaagbhat`a, Laanchana is Sahaja Vikaara. It is black or white coloured circular even patch.
It is explained in Ars`ha Nidaana. According to Vaagbhat`a, Charmakeela are more elevated than the Mashaka. They are black or white in the colour.
Vyanga and Neelikaa
Aggravated Vaata gets associated with Pitta. It suddenly comes on face causing circular lesion causing Vyanga or Neelikaa.
Vyanga is painless, thin, Grey coloured Man`d`ala. If this Man`d`ala is black colouredwhich is manifested on body or facethen it is called as Neelikaa. According to Vaagbhat`a, when Vyanga is manifested other than the Mukha, then it is called as Neelikaa.
- Vaataja Vyanga – Parusha and S`hyaava.
- Pittaja Vyanga – Taamra at the ends and Neela.
- Kaphaja Vyanga – white at the end.
- Raktaja Vyanga- Reddish with Osha and Chimachimaayana.
It is Aagantu Vikaara and is called as Parivartikaa. Due to Mardana, peed`ana and Abhighaata, Vyaana gets aggravatedand harbored in the skin of the penis (Med`hra Charma). Then this skin gets retracted and hangs down like a bag under the glanspenis. There is pain and Daaha, sometimes gets suppuration. It there is itching and hardness (Kat`hina) then it is caused due to Kapha.
When a person performs sexual act with female, whose Yonidvaara is small, or due to trauma, the skin on the penis gets retracted or torn.
The skin remains on the glanspenis. It gets obstructed causing obstruction to the urine. There is very slow and obstructed urination. There is no tear to glans.
Due to suppression of the natural urges, Vaayu resided at the Guda, causesobstruction of the Mahasrotas causing the opening smaller. Due to the smaller opening stools are passed with the difficulty.
Ahipootana (Prisht`aaru, GudaKut`t`a, Anaamika or Maatrikaa Dosha)
This manifests in the children. After defecation, if the anal region remain unclean and unwashed, then there is Kan`d`oo, which is caused due to vitiation of Kapha and Rakta. Due to itching, there is manifestation of blisters and secretions (Sphot`a & Sraava). This is called as Ahipootana. (It is considered as Baala Roga)
Due to unclean and poor hygiene, dirt accumulated at the scrotum gets wet. It causes itching. Due to itching, there are Sphot`a and Sraava. It is caused due to Kapha and Rakta vitiation.
Due to Pravaahan`a and Atisaara, in a person who is dry and weak, the anal canal comes out of the anus, is called as Guda Bhrams`ha.
These are Pit`ikaa resembling to the mustard seeds. It manifests in a person who gets perspires more. These Pit`ikaa are with pain and they are Ghana (dense).
Kapha provoked by Vaayu gets dried in the skin. It causes white colourationof the skin. Gradually, it causes Vichetanatva (senselessness or unconsciousness). There is less itching and no wetness.
Varat`eedasht`aakaarah S`hothah | C. Su. 7/14 Chakrapaan`i
Due to Mithyaa Yoga of Vamana etc., suppression of aggravated Pitta and Kapha, there is manifestation of Man`d`ala (circular edema) which are associated with Kan`d`oo, Raaga. It is called as Kot`ha. When this Kot`ha manifests repeatedly it is called as Utkot`ha.Kot`ha is explained under Punaraavartaka Jvara also.
Due to improper cleansing procedures, or suppression of aggravated Pitta or Kapha, there is manifestation of severe itching Man`d`ala which are red coloured. They are frequent and abundant in number. It is called as Utkot`ha.
There is suppuration of Tvak (skin) with burning, severe pain, itching and fever.
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