Difference between Visha, Madya and Oja Guna, Visha Upadrava and Visha Mukta Lakshana


Difference between Visha, Madhya and Oja Guna

Visha

Madya

Ojas

Laghu

Ruksha

Tikshna

Ushna

 Sukshma

Ashukari

Vyavayi

Vikasi

Vishada

Anirdeshya Rasa

Laghu

Ruksha

Tikshna

Ushna

Sukshma

Ashukari

Vyavayi

Vikasi

Vishada

Amla

Guru

Snigdha

Mrudu

Shita

Bahula

Prasada

Sthira

Slakshna

Picchila

Madhura


When we see the above difference we can find out that Ojus is entirely opposite to Visha in guna. We can say that when visha enters body it completly attacks ojus and leads to death of patient.

Visha Upadrava ( Complications of Poisoning)
Ashtanga sangraha explain Following 16 cmoplications of poisoning :

ज्वरकासवमिशवसहिध्मा तृष्णअतिमुर्च्छानं |
विशोमेदोअतिकाटिन्यमानाहो बस्तिमुर्धरुक् |
श्वयथु: पुतिदंशत्वा रक्तस्रवो विशनिलः : |
इति षोडशः  निर्दष्ट विशार्तानमुपद्रव || ( अ.स. उ. ४७/२-३)
1. Jwara (fever)
2. Kasa (cough)
3. Vamana (vomiting)
4. Shwasa (Dyspnoea)
5. Hicca (Hiccup)
6. Ati Trushna (Excessive Thirst)
7. Murcha ( Fainting)
8. Atisara (Diarrhoea)
9. Malavrodha (Constipation)
10. Anaha (Flatulence)
11. Bastiruja (Pain in bladder)
12. Shira shula (Headache)
13. Shvayathi (Oedema)
14. Puti ( Bad smell)
15. Rakta srava (Bleeding)
16. Visha vata (Aggravation of Vata )

Acharya Charaka - 1. Mada 2. Murcha 3. Vishada 4. Hrudadrava
Visha Mukta Lakshana 
प्र्शान्तदोषा प्रकृतिस्थाधातु  माहारकामं सममुत्रविटकम |
प्रसन्नवर्णोइन्द्रियचित्तचेष्टं वैध्योगत्धेदविषं मनंष्याम || (अ.सं.उ. ४७/ ८२)

After the treatment, the physician should examine the patient free from the poison, when the doshas have been subsided, the tissues have become normal, who is desirous of food, is normal in respect of urine and faeces, has pleasing colour/complextion, good working of the sense organs and the mind.

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