Contra-indications for Niruha Basti /Anapasthyanopaya-

अनाथाप्यास्तु अजिर्ण्यति स्निग्धमति स्नेहोक्लिष्ट दोषाल्पाग्नि यानक्लातातिदुर्बल क्षृतृष्णा: श्रमार्तातिकृश भुक्तभक्त पीतोदकवमितविरिक्तकृतनस्त: कर्म कृध्द भीत यत्त मत्त मूर्च्छित प्रसक्तछर्दि निष्टिविका श्वासकास हिक्काबध्द छिद्रोदकोदराध्मानालसक विसुचिकामप्रजातामतिसार मधुमेह कुष्ठार्ता ll च.सि. २-१४

 

Contra- indicated person for Asthapana or Niruha Vasti are as follows-
Ajeerna – indigestion

Ati snigdha – person who has been subjected to excessive oleation ( administered with excessive medicated oils and or ghee orally )

Peeta sneha – person who had consumed sneha(medicated oil or ghrita)

Utklishta dosha – doshas with exacerbated condition i.e doshas are ready to expelled out

Alpa agni – Person with low digestive power

Yana Klanta – person with excessive travelling job

Ati durbala – severely debilitated person

Kshudaaeta – Hungery person

Trishnarta – in thirsty person

Shramaarta – person with fatigue

Ati krusha – person with severe emanciation

Bhuktabhakta – after drinking water

Vamita – after vomiting or person subjected with vaman therapy

Virikta – person who hadsubjected through virechana karma

Kruta nasya karma – Person subjected to Nasya karma

Kruddha – In angry person

Bheeta – person in panic

Matta – intoxicated person

Moorchita – in fainting and unconsciousness

Prasakta chardi – nausea

Prasakta nishteeva – person with excessive salivation or expectoration (impending)

Shwasa prasakta –person with breathing problem

Kasa prasakta – person with severe cough

Hikka prasakta – person with hiccough

Baddha guda udara – person with intestinal perforation

Dakodara – person with ascites

Aadhmana – person with distension of abdomen

Alasaka – person with reduced peristalsis (natural intestinal movements to propel its content ahead)

Visuchika – person with throbbing pain in the abdomen, cholera

Ama dosha – person with Amadosha

Ama atisara – person with diarrhoea caused by ama

Madhumeha,prameha – Diabetic person, person with urinary disorders

Kushta – person with skin disorders

Arsha – person with piles

Pandu – person with anaemia

Bhrama – person with giddiness

Arochaka – person with anorexia

Unmada – person with insanity

Shoka grasta – person with grief

Sthoulya – person with obesity

Kantha shosha – person with dryness of throat

Kashata Ksheena – person with wasting disorders caused due to excessive bleeding (internal) due to injury

Sapta masa garbhini – 7 month pregnant women

Baala – child

Vruddha – old aged people

Alpa varcha – person with less production of stools

Shuna payu (guda shotha) – person with numbness of anus, swelling of anus

Aama prajata – women who had abortion

Shopha – person with swelling, anasarca

 

 

Indication for Asthapan Basti ( NiruhBasti )- Aasthapya

 

शेषास्त्वास्थाप्या, विशेषतस्तु सर्वागैकाग कुक्षिरोग वात वर्चो मूत्र शुक्रसंग बल मास रेतः क्षयदोषाध्मानाग सुप्तिक्रिमि कोष्ठोदावर्त शुद्धातिसार पर्वभेदाभितापप्लीह गुल्म शूलह्द्रोग भगदरोन्माद ज्वर ब्रघ्न शिरःकर्ण शूल ह्दयपर्श्वपृष्ठ कटिग्रह वेदनाक्षेपक गौरवातिलाघवरजः क्षयार्त विषमाग्नि स्फिग जानु जघोरु गुल्फ पार्ष्नि प्रपद्योनी बाह्गुली स्तनांतदतनखपर्वास्थि शूलशोष स्तभात्रकुज परिकर्तिकाल्पाल्प सशवदोग्रगधोत्थानाद्यो वातव्याधयो विशेषेण महारोगाध्याच्श्र एतेषु हि आस्थापन प्रधानतममित्युक्त वनस्पति मूलच्छदवत् ll च.सि. २-१६

 

Sarvanga roga – diseases afflicting the whole body

Ekanga roga – diseases afficting part of the body

Kukshi roga – diseases afflicating the abdominal viscera

Vata sanga – obstruction to passage of flatus

Mutra sanga – person with obstructed urine

Mala sanga – person with obstructed stools / constipation

Shukra sanga – person with obstruction of ejaculation of semen (seminal passages)

Bala Kshaya – person with decrease of strength

Mamsa kshaya – person with wasting of muscles

Dosha kshaya – person with deterioratiobn of doshas

Shukra kshaya – diminution of quantity of semen

Aadhmaana – person with distended abdomen

Anga supti – person with numbness of the body

Krimi koshta – person with worms in the gut

Udavarta – person with upward movement of vayu

Shuddha atisara – person with diarrhoea

Parva bheda – person with pain in the inter – phalangeal joints

Abhitaapa – person with rise of internal heat

Pleeha dosha – person with spleen disoders

Gulma – person with abdominal tumours

Shoola – person with colicy pain

Hrid – roga – person with heart diseases

Bhagandara – person with fistula in anus

Unmada – person with insanity, lunacy

Jwara – person with fever

Braghna – person with hernia

Shiras hula – person with headache

Karna shula – person with ear ache

Haridaya shula – person with heart pain

Paarshva shula – person with pain in flanks

Prushta shula – person with back ache

Kati shula(trika) – low back or sacral pain

Vepaga or kampa – person with tremors

Aakshepa – person with convulsions

Anga gourava – person with heaviness of the body

Ati laghava – person with excessive lightness of the body

Raja kshaya – women with oligo –menorrhoea (less menstrual blood)

Vishama agni – person with fluctuating digestion capacity

Spik shula – person with buttock pain

Jaanu shula – person with knee pain

Jangha shula – person with leg pain

Ura shula – person with thigh pain

Gulma shula – person with pain due to abdominal tumours

Pani bhuta – person with hand pain

Prapada shula – person with pain in the fore- foot

Yoni shula – person with vaginal pain

Bahu shula – person with arm pain

Anguli shula- person with finger pain

Stana shula – person with breast pain

Danta shula – person with tooth pain

Nakha shula – person with nail pain

Parva-asthi-shula- person with bone and inter-phalangeal pain

Shosha – person with dryness of the body

Stambha – person with stiffness of the body

Aantra kujana – person with gurgling sounds in the abdomen

Parikartika – person with cramps in the calf muscles (muscles on the back of the leg)

Vata vyadhi – all diseases caused by vitiated vayu

Jwara – person with fever

Timira – person with darkness in front of the eyes

Pratishyaya – person with cold, running nose

Adhimantha – person with glaucoma

Ardita – person with facial paralysis

Pakshaghata- person with paralysis, hemiplegia

Sharkara Shula(ashmari)- gravel, stones in urinary passages

Upadamsha – In sexually transmitted diseases

Vata rakta – person with gout

Arsha – person with piles

Stanya kshaya –women with less production of breast milk

Manya graham – person with gripping pain and stiffness of nape of the neck

Hanu graham – person with lock jaw

Ashmari – person with stones in the kidney

Moodha garbha – impacted foetus,breech presentation

Mutra krichra –In dysuria(difficulty in passing the urine or painful urination)