Roganutpadaniya  (prevention of origin of diseases)


Roganutpadaniya  (prevention of origin of diseases)

         Adhraaya Vedga (urges not to be suppressed)
Urges of flatus, faeces, urine, sneeze, thirst, hunger, sleep, cough, breathing on exertion, yawn, vomitting and of semen, should not be suppressed (by force as a habit).

Adhovta rodha—(suppression of flatus)

Suppression of the urge of flatus, will give rise to abdominal tumor, upward movement inside the alimentary tract, pain (in the abdomen) exhaustion (even without exertion) obstruction to the elimination of flatus, urine and feces, loss of vision, loss of digestive capacity and diseases of the heart.

Purusha rodha—(suppression of faeces ) :—

Suppression of the urge of faeces gives rise to pain in the calves, running in the nose, headache, upward movement of air (belching), cutting pain in the rectum, oppression in the region of the heart, vomitting of feces and diseases mentioned earlier (under suppression of flatus).

Mutrarodha—(suppression of urine) :—

By the suppression of the urge of urine arise, cutting pain all over the body, formation of urine stones, severe pain in the urinary bladder, penis and groin, and also the diseases mentioned earlier (under suppression of flatus and faeces).

For these ( diseases arising from suppression of flatus, feces and urine) the treatment are rectal wicks (suppositories), oil massage and bath, immersion bath, tub bath, sudation therapy and enema therapy. In diseases due to suppression of faeces, foods and drinks which help its elimination (laxatives and purgatives) are to be used. If diseases caused by suppression of urine, drinking of ghee (as per procedure of oleation therapy described )  So also drinking ghee in the maximum dose at the end of digestion of food of both the midday and the night which is known as avapita sneha.

Udgrarodha—(suppression of belching) :

Suppression of the (urge of) belching produces loss of taste (or of appetite), obstruction in the (region of) heart and chest, flatulence, cough and hiccup, treatment for this, is similar to that of hiccup.


(suppression of thirst)

Suppression of  thirst will give risc to emaciation, debility of the body, deafness, loss of consciousness delusion), giddiness and heart diseases; for this, all kinds of cold measures (cold food, drink, bath, use of drugs of cold potency etc.) is ideal.


Khudrodha—(suppression of hunger)

Cutting pain in the body, loss of taste (or appetite), debility, emaciation, pain in the abdomen and giddiness (result from suppression of the urge of hunger). These should be treated with food which is easy to digest, fatty, warm and little in quantity, ii.
Jvrarodha—(suppression of sleep):—

Suppression of sleep causes delusion, feeling of heaviness of the head and eyes, lassitude, too many  and squeezing pain all over the body. Good sleep aid mild massaging are the ideal treatments,

Kasa-rodha—(suppression of cough)

Suppression of cough causes its increaser difficulty in breathing, loss of taste (or appetite), heart diseases, emaciation and hiccup. For these, all treatments which relieve (or cure) cough should be done. is

sukrarodha (suppression of semen) :—

Suppression of semen produces its discharge (constantly), pain and swelling of the genitals, fever, discomfort in the (region of) the heart, obstruction to micturition, cutting pain in the body, vriddhi (inguinal and scrotal hernia), urinary stones and impotence. These should be treated with food containing poultry, sura (beer) and rice, enema therapy, oil massage, immersion bath (tub-bath) milk processed with drugs which clean the bladder; and loving women (copulation).

Those persons who are habituated to suppression of urges
and having thirst and pain in the abdomen, emaciation and faecal voimitting should be rejected.

All diseases arise from (premature) initiation (by force) and suppression (control by force) of the urges of the body.
For those common diseases arising from these acts specific treatments were enumerated so far. In others of different kinds, usually pavana (vãta) gets aggravated, hence they should be treated with foods, drinks and therapies which clear the passages (of vãta) and help its downward movement.







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