The word leech is derived from laece which means physician. Leech is commonly known as “Jalauka” that is derived from Sanskrit word due to its site of dwelling and the nutrition source is Jala means “water”.
Procedure –Firstly, the application of honey, blood or butter is done by Prachana. Apply a leech on the affected area. Leech bites the affected area spontaneously and sucked the blood. The patient experienced a slight pricking sensation at the site of the bite. Once leech started to suck the blood, its neck part looks elevated that indicates that sucking was well and in progress. During sucking gradual distension were observed at its body center and wavy movement / pulsation was visible throughout its body. The body part was covered with a wet swab except his mouth to create a natural atmosphere and it was maintained throughout the process by pouring some water on it.
After that, remove a leech and emesis is done by a dusting of Haridra Churna on its mouth or sometimes pressing the leech from caudal to the front end is required for proper emesis. Leech should be freed in fresh normal water, where it swims swiftly and then settles down. After that, replace the leech in a clean jar or aquarium. Dusting of Lodhra Churna and finally bandaging is applied over the bite site.
- Maintains overall health
- Helps in detoxification of the body
- Treats all the skin problems
- Improves a proper blood circulation
Facilities for IPD Patients –
- Consultation with MD Ayurvedic Physician and Panchakarma procedures are done under his guidance
- Well-Hygienic Accommodation
- Daily Routine Examination
- Daily two sittings of Panchakarma Therapies
- Everyday all three Ayurvedic Meals are provided