Prakaara Paribhaashaa:

Bandaging the wound is termed as Bandha.

 

Types of Bandha(S.Su.18)

 

Sr.No Bandha Sthaana
1 Kos`haBandha Angusht`a and Anguliparva
2 DaamaBandha Sambaadhaanga
3 SvasthikaBandha Sandhi, Koorcha, Bhroo,Stanaantara, Hasta Tala,

Paada Tala and Karn`a

4 AnuvellitaBandha S`haaka
5 PratoliBandha Greeva and Med`ra
6 Man`d`alaBandha To VruttaAnga
7 SthagikaaBandha Agra Bhaaga of Angusht`a, Angulee

and Med`ra

8 YamakaBandha In Presence of two Vran`a
9 Kat`vaaBandha Hanu, S`hankha and Gan`d`aPradesha
10 CheenaBandha ApaangaPradesha
11 VibandhaBandha Prusht`a, Udara and UrahPradesha
12 VitaanaBandha MoordhaPradesha
13 Gophan`aaBandha Chibuka, Naasa, Osht`a, Amsa and

Basti Pradesha

14 PanchaangeeBandha Oordhvajatru
15 UtsangaBandha BaahuPradesha

 

Gaad`haBandha The bandage which presses the body part but prevents pain is called as Gaad`haBandha.

S`hithilaBandha The bandage which allows easy respiration and mobility and which is loose is called as S`hithilaBandha.

SamaBandha The bandage which is neither securelike Gaad`ha Bandha and nor loose like S`hithilaBandha is called as SamaBandha.

 

Bandha Sthaana Dosha
Gaad`ha Sphik, Kukshi, Kakshaa, Vankshan`a, Uru, S`hira Kaphavaata dominance
S`hithila Netra, Sandhi Pittarakta dominance
Sama S`haakhaa, Vadana, Karn`a, Med`hra, Mushka, Prisht`ha, Paars`hva, Udara, Ura Vaatapitta andKaphapitta dominance

 

Bandha should be changed on the third day after S`hastrakarma. After that it should be changed considering the following points-

 

Bandha should be changed after Ritu / Month Dosha
Two day Hemanta, S`his`hira, Vasanta  
One day S`harada, Greeshma, Varshaa  
Twice a day S`harada, Greeshma, Varshaa Pitta dominance,Raktadominance
One day Vais`haakha  
Twice a day Vais`haakha, Greeshma Pitta dominance
One day Hemanta, Vasanta Vaata Pitta dominance
One day   Pitta dominance
One day Hemanta, Vasanta Pitta Kapha dominance
Morning once S`harada, Greeshma  
Evening once Varshaa  

 

 

Chikitsaa Karma (Benefits):

The medicine of Aalepa etc is held in one place.

Prevents excessive mobilization at the site of wound.

Stops bleeding.

Stops spreading of Visha in Dams`ha.

Prevents wound from trauma.

Prevents wound from Maakshikaa (flies).

 

 

 

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