स्पृष्टे - When touched
ू दाहोषाज्वरार्तिस्फोटसुप्तयः - Itching, localised and general burning
sensation, jwara, pain, blisters and numbness
नखरोमच्युर्तः - Falling of nails and hair शोफः – edema
सेकाद्याः - Treatments such as seka
र्िषनाशनाः - Those which destroy visha
शस्ताः - Are good/beneficial
तत्र - There (in such condition)
प्रलेपाः - Pralepaच – And
ु ष्ठामृतानतः - Using ushira,
chandana, padmaka, somavalka, talisa, patra, kushtha, amruta and nata
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Summary of the sloka
Food contaminated with poison when comes in contact with skin
causes kandu (itching), daha(burning ), usha, jwara(fever),
arti(pain), sphota(blisters), supti(numbness), falling of nails and hair
Treatment modalities like seka(irrigation with medicine) etc..which
pacify toxicity are recommended.
Smearing the body with paste made of somavalka, talisapatra,
kustha, Amrutha, nata, sevya, Chandana and padmak are also
desirable in this condition.
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Own research view
With the help of these signs and symptoms we can assess the
presence of poison.
Concept of Visha pareekshya can be compared with
examination of poisoning cases.
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