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A daily routine is absolutely necessary to bring radical change in body, mind, and consciousness. Routine helps to establish balance in one’s constitution. It also regularizes a person’s biological clock, aids digestion, absorption and assimilation, and generates self-esteem, discipline, peace, happiness, and longevity.

1. Wake Up Early in the Morning

It is good to wake up before the sun rises, when there are loving (sattvic) qualities in nature that bring peace of mind and freshness to the senses. Sunrise varies according to the seasons, but on average vata people should get up about 6 a.m., pitta people by 5:30 a.m., and kapha by 4:30 a.m. Right after waking, look at your hands for a few moments, then gently move them over your face and chest down to the waist. This cleans the aura.

2. Say a Prayer before Leaving the Bed

“Dear God, you are inside of me, within my very breath, within each bird, each mighty mountain.
Your sweet touch reaches everything and I am well protected.

Thank you God for this beautiful day before me.
May joy, love, peace and compassion be part of my life and all those around me on this day.
I am healing and I am healed.”

After this prayer touch the ground with your right hand, then the same hand to the forehead, with great love and respect to Mother Earth.

3. Clean the Face, Mouth, and Eyes

Splash your face with cold water and rinse out your mouth. Wash your eyes with cool water (or one of the eye washes mentioned below) and massage the eyelids by gently rubbing them. Blink your eyes 7 times and rotate your eyes in all directions. Dry your face with a clean towel.

Tridoshic eyewash: try triphala eyewash -¼ tsp. in 1 cup water, boil for 10 minutes, cool and strain.
Pitta eyewash: use cool water or rose water from organic rose petals – most commercial rose water has chemicals in it that will sting the eyes.
Kapha eyewash: try diluted cranberry juice, 3-5 drops in a teaspoon of distilled water.

4. Drink Water in the Morning

Then drink a glass of room temperature water, preferably from a pure copper cup filled the night before. This washes the GI track, flushes the kidneys, and stimulates peristalsis. It is not a good idea to start the day with tea or coffee, as this drains kidney energy, stresses the adrenals, causes constipation, and is habit-forming.

5. Evacuation

Sit, or better squat, on the toilet and have a bowel movement. Improper digestion of the previous night’s meal or lack of sound sleep can prevent this. However the water, followed by sitting on the toilet at a set time each day, helps to regulate bowel movements. Alternate nostril breathing may also help. After evacuation wash the anal orifice with warm water, then the hands with soap.

6. Scrape your Tongue

Gently scrape the tongue from the back forward, until you have scraped the whole surface for 7-14 strokes. This stimulates the internal organs, helps digestion, and removes dead bacteria. Ideally, vata can use a gold scraper, pitta a silver one, and kapha copper. Stainless steel can be used by all people.

7. Clean your Teeth

Always use a soft toothbrush and an astringent, pungent, and bitter toothpaste or powder. The traditional Indian toothbrush is a neem stick, which dislodges fine food particles from between teeth and makes strong, healthy gums. Licorice root sticks are also used. Roasted almond shell powder can be used for vata and kapha, and ground neem for pitta.

8. Gargling

To strengthen teeth, gums, and jaw, improve the voice and remove wrinkles from cheeks, gargle twice a day with warm sesame oil. Hold the oil in your mouth, swish it around vigorously, then spit it out and gently massage the gums with a finger.

9. Chewing

Chewing a handful of sesame seeds helps receding gums and strengthens teeth. Alternatively, chew 3-5 dried dates and an inch of dried coconut meat. Chewing in the morning stimulates the liver and the stomach and improves digestive fire. After chewing, brush the teeth again without using toothpaste or powder.

10. Nasal Drops (Nasya)

Putting 3 to 5 drops of warm ghee or oil into each nostril in the morning helps to lubricate the nose, clean the sinuses, and improve voice, vision, and mental clarity. Our nose is the door to the brain, so nose drops nourish prana and bring intelligence.

For vata: sesame oil, ghee, or vacha (calamus) oil.
For pitta: brahmi ghee, sunflower or coconut oil.
For kapha: vacha (calamus root) oil.

11. Oil Drops in the Ears (Karana purana)

Conditions such as ringing in the ears, excess ear wax, poor hearing, lockjaw, and TMJ, are all due to vata in the ears. Putting 5 drops of warm sesame oil in each ear can help these disorders.

12. Apply Oil to the Head & Body (Abhyanga)

Rub warm oil over the head and body. Gentle, daily oil massage of the scalp can bring happiness, as well as prevent headache, baldness, graying, and receding hairline. Oiling your body before bedtime will help induce sound sleep and keep the skin soft.

For vata use warm sesame oil.
For pitta use warm sunflower or coconut oil.
For kapha use warm sunflower or mustard oil.

13. Bathing

Bathing is cleansing and refreshing. It removes sweat, dirt, and fatigue, brings energy to the body, clarity to the mind, and holiness to your life.

14. Dressing

Wearing clean clothes brings beauty and virtue.

15. Use of Perfumes

Using natural scents, essential oils, or perfumes brings freshness, charm, and joy. It gives vitality to the body and improves self-esteem.

For vata the best scent to use is hina or amber.
For pitta try using khus, sandalwood, or jasmine.
For kapha use either amber or musk.

16. Exercise

Regular exercise, especially yoga, improves circulation, strength, and endurance. It helps one relax and have sound sleep, and improves digestion and elimination. Exercise daily to half of your capacity, which is until sweat forms on the forehead, armpits, and spine.

Vata: Sun salutation x 12, done slowly; Leg lifting; Camel; Cobra; Cat; Cow. Slow, gentle exercise.
Pitta: Moon salutation x 16, moderately fast; Fish; Boat; Bow. Calming exercise.
Kapha: Sun salutation x 12, done rapidly; Bridge; Peacock; Palm tree; Lion. Vigorous exercise.

17. Pranayama

After exercise, sit quietly and do some deep breathing exercises as follows:

12 alternate nostril breaths for vata;
16 cooling shitali breaths (curling up your tongue lengthwise and breathing through it) for pitta;
100 bhastrika (short, fast breaths) for kapha.

18. Meditation

It is important to meditate morning and evening for at least 15 minutes. Meditate in the way you are accustomed, or try the “Empty Bowl Meditation”. Meditation brings balance and peace into your life.

19. Now it is time for your breakfast!

Your meal should be light in the hot months or if your agni is low, and more substantial in the cold. Enjoy your day!

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फ्री ऑपरेशन कराएं पाइल्स फिस्टुला फिसर आदि चैरिटेबल ऑपरेशन के लिए रजिस्ट्रेशन कराएं मात्र Rs 500 / मैं एक बार की रजिस्ट्रेशन फीस केवल एक बार की तारीख के लिए मान्य होगी , अगर कोई वयक्ति उस तारीख को नहीं आता है तो  उसे नयी तारीख के लिए दोबारा रजिस्ट्रशन करना होगा .


100% treatment by Kshara Sutra treatment of fistula in Ayurveda

100% Permanent Cure of Fistula in Ano through Kshar Sutra

Kshara Sutra is utilized in the treatment of fistula in Ayurveda.


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Kshara Sutra is a seton thread medicated with organic alkalis,such as Apamargakshara(Achyranthesaspera), Arkakshara(Caltropisgigantea) or Snuhikshara (Euphorbia lingularia). The alkali is repeatedly coated on the seton thread 15 – 21 times. Apart from this, natural antibiotic like haridra powder, guggulu, etc are also used to make Ksharasutra.

The mechanical action of the threads and the chemical action of the drugs coated , collectively do the work of cutting, curetting, draining, and cleaning the fistulous track, thus promoting healing of the track/ wound. This also acts both as the antiseptic and fibrotic agent to induce healing.

The process of healing starts from deeper tissues and moves towards the periphery. This can be applied and changed periodically till the thread cuts the fistulous tract. Since the sphincter heals by fibrosis, there is no incontinence.


Under local anaesthesia, the kshara sutra is inserted into the tract and the two ends of the thread are tied forming a loop. The alkalis coated on the thread are continuously released throughout the length of the track there by cutting, curetting, draining cleansing and healing the track.

This therapeutic action of the thread lasts for seven days. The old thread is then replaced with a new thread following the same procedure.

Depending on the length of the tract and the extent of damage, the kshara sutra may be changed up to 5 times. The changing of the thread is a simple procedure taking about 1 to 2 minutes and requires no anaesthesia.



The procedure does not require hospitalization for more than 4 to 5 hours

The patient requires minimal bed rest and can resume daily activities within 12 – 24 hours

No painful dressings required

The drugs coated on the Kshar-Sutra are slowly and gradually released into the track and the wound, leaving no abscess overseen. These abscess are drained out by the action of the drugs.

The sphincteric muscles are not dissected and hence the possibility of incontinence is ruled out.


Depending on the effectiveness of the treatment, fistula may result in infection or incontinence of stools.


The re-occurrence rate of fistula treated with kshara sutra ligation procedure is less than 2%. This is because the medicines on the thread gradually and continually curate the payogenic membrane and fibrous tissue in the track and thus leave no pus pockets undrained.

In some cases, the fistula can reoccur despite having surgery. After having a fistulotomy, the re-occurrence rate rises to 21-60%. After an advancement flap procedure, the re-occurrence rate may be as high as 36% some says 60%.

Only and Only Kshar-Sutra is the worldwide recognized process for Fistula-in-ano for 100% treatment with an 99.96% accuracy as compared to other process .

आयुर्वेद का क्षार सूत्र अथवा क्षार कर्म द्वारा भगन्दर का सटीक इलाज हो जाता है, इसके लिये किसी expert क्षार सूत्र चिकित्सक की सेवायें लेना चाहिये

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Fistula In Ano an AyurvedicTreatment Overview (Kshar Sutra)

Fistula In Ano an Ayurvedic Overview(Kshar Sutra) Ancient but More Effective then any other Modern Process

Fistula in ano is the most frustrating problem for anyone , it makes person suffer more then any other disease , person who has fistula in ano is unable to live his normal life, unable to do normal things and most of all it may change to Carcinoma cancer due to chronic inflammation and irritation to the tissue ,

there are many options for the treatment of fistula but most of them has high recurrence rate, so the use is limited only only the ancient ayurvedic Kshar Sutra has max 99% success rate in fistula in ano with nil recurrence rate as compared to other process and it’s very cost effective and other best thing about it no long and bad scars as compared to other processes.

IntroductionAbout Kshar Sutra

  • This disease, high anal fistula, a common ano-rectal disorder which usually results as a sequel to some varieties of ano-rectal abscesses, is as old as mankind and a challenge to surgeons even today. Fistula-in-ano has been recognised as a distinct entity for thousands of years. In the fifth century B.C., Hippocrates advocated the laying open of fistulas, including complex fistulas. One would think that after 2,500 years the controversies in the management of fistula-in-ano would have been resolved. But this is not the case and much about the management of fistula-in-ano is still being debated. Available surgical procedures may not only result in incontinence but also recurrences. They cause discomfort and absence from work with the consequent economic strain.
  • If the theory that both the abscess and the fistula-in-ano have a common cause is accepted, the two conditions can be considered simultaneously. Indeed, the term “fistulous abscess” has been used to describe this problem. The abscess is an acute manifestation, and the fistula is a chronic condition. A fistula is an abnormal communication between any two epithelial-lined surfaces. A fistula-in-ano is an abnormal communication between the anal canal and the perineal skin. Many of these fistulas are easily recognized and readily treated, but others can be very complex and correspondingly difficult to manage.
Fistula In Ano an AyurvedicTreatment1

Fistula In Ano an AyurvedicTreatment Overview (Kshar Sutra)

  • Keeping these problems in mind, Susturta (800 B.C) has described the kṣhrasūtra technique whereby a medicated alkaline thread, impregnated with the paste of Curcuma longa and latex of Euphorbia rerifolia, is employed along the fistula track which cuts itself and heals the wound naturally from inside (1). However, here are a few questions which need to be addressed to make this technique relevant in the present scenario:
  • • Where and when should an abscess be drained? Can kṣārasūtra be appliedimmediately after drainage?
    • Should a primary fistulotomy be performed before the kṣārasūtra application?
    • What pre-operative evaluation is essential for preventing recurrences and other complications?
    • Should a simple fistula be managed by fistulectomy or fistulotomy?
    • Does kṣārasūtra also prove to be the best technique for the management of complex fistulae? :: yes it is.

Where and when should an abscess be drained? Can kṣarasutra be applied immediately after drainage?

  • The crypto glandular nature of fistula-in-ano is now generally accepted. Eisenhammer coined the term ‘fistulous abscess’ to denote the continuum between the stage of acute abscess and chronic fistula-in-ano. An abscess can be classified as peri-anal, intra-muscular, ischio-rectal or supra-levetor. With the exception of supra-levetor and some intra-muscular abscesses, most can be managed in the clinic under local anesthesia. A cruciate incision is made as close to the anal canal as possible without damaging the external anal sphincter. The skin edges are trimmed to promote adequate drainage, and haemostasis is achieved using electrocautery. There is no need to aggressively break the loculations as they spontaneously rupture and drain into the cavity. Antibiotics may not be necessary until and unless there is a massive peri-anal abscess. Those in favour of primary fistulotomy argue that it eradicates the infection process, thereby eliminating or reducing the incidence of recurrent abscess or fistula formation. Those against primary fistulotomy point to the difficulty in identifying the fistula tract and primary opening in the setting in of acute inflammation. Overzealous probing may result in the formation of a false tract, which makes it difficult to manage supra or extrasphincteric fistula (2). In addition, proponents of delayed fistulotomy argue that acute ano-rectal suppuration will not inevitably lead to the formation of fistula-in -ano.
  • kṣārasūtra application at this stage, without finding the exact internal opening, is a futile exercise. But recurrent drainage will probably have internal openings: in such conditions kṣārasūtra application may be useful and successful.

 Should a primary fistulotomy be performed before kṣārasūtra application?

  • Controversy exists as to whether an immediate fistulotomy be performed before kṣārasūtra application. Those in favour of primary fistulotomy argue that it eradicates the infectious process, thereby eliminating or reducing the incidence of recurrence. Moreover it drains all the infectious material very fast, thus minimising post-operative pain (3).
  • Nearly 60 percent of those patients treated with partial fistulotomy with kṣārasūtra application were spared repeated fistulotomy (4). Disturbances in continence were found in some cases apart from heavy bleeding and a big wound. Higher antibiotics are essential in the post-operative period. Primary fistulotomy, except in rare instances, should be discouraged.

What pre-operative evaluation is essential for preventing recurrences and other complications?

  • A careful history and physical examination are crucial in the evaluation of the patient with a chronic fistula-in-ano. A focused history regarding gastrointestinal symptoms, diarrhoea, previous ano-rectal surgery, and prior history of any ano-rectal abscess is taken. Careful examination for stigmata of peri-anal Crohn’s disease should be done, including lateral fissures, hypertrophied skin tags, and anal stenosis. Sigmoidoscopy is routinely performed at the time of fistulotomy, but in the absence of significant history or physical findings, it is not necessary to aggressively rule out Crohn’s disease (5).
  • Tools currently available include fistulography, sonography, magnetic resonance imaging and manometers. All biophysical evaluations have their role in assessing the internal sphincter from the anal mucus and ultrasonography in the evaluation of the pathology in the ischio-rectal fossa and in the evaluation of supra-anal infra-levator extensions. However, these procedures have the disadvantage of being expensive and are not uniformly available (6).
  • The goals of surgery for fistula-in-ano are the eradication of infection and prevention of recurrence while minimising disturbances of fecal continence. A retrospective study of 975 high anal fistula cases with kṣārasūtra application to study the associated factors revealed that the majority had true high anal fistulae, horse-shaped extension and some even did not have an internal opening. Previous fistula surgery was also a factor associated with recurrences.

Does kṣārasūtra also prove to be the best technique for the management of complex fistulae?

  • Several techniques are available to treat a patient with a fistula. However, modern surgical procedures like fistulotomy or fistulector my not only result in recurrence but also cause a number of complications like stenosis, retention of urine, sphincteric incontinence. Discomfort, surgery induced weakness and economic strain are additional disadvantages. These surgical processes require patients to undergo painful operative and post-operative procedures and can also result in incontinence. Treatment should always be a balance between curing the inflammatory process and preservation of the sphincter function. (7)
  • More complex fistulas like high anal fistula, horseshoe extension or fistulas in high-risk situations, especially in female patients with anterior fistulas, require investigation before treatment in order to decrease complications of incontinence or non-healing. We have not found fistulography to be helpful for these fistulas. However, ultrasound and MRI can certainly provide important information about anatomy and identify multiple tracts and occult small abscesses. These tests are particularly important in the recurrence of poorly draining fistula or in situations where the patient has symptoms of pain and intermittent drainage although no fistula tract can be identified (8).
  • Keeping all these problems in mind, there is a new approach of kṣārasūtra which is employed after probing the track with a malleable probe and holding the thread in the sphincter bundle. Because of its kṣaṇana (burning) and kṣaraṇa (cutting) properties, the thread cuts the track from inside gradually and allows for simultaneous healing. In this, the cutting property may be attributed to the alkaline nature of the thread and the healing property may be attributed to the turmeric powder and the latex of Euphorbia nerifolia (9).
  • This less extensive surgical procedure does not disturb the sphincter bundle, thus safeguarding the sphincter tone and preventing post-operative incontinence. The kṣārasūtra holds the major track and allows the other minor track to drain and heal spon-taneously given sufficient time and scope. This can destroy the cryptic material of the track and prevent recurrence. It does a chemical fistulectomy and averts incontinence. The efficacy of the treatment is measured with UCT (unit cutting time). The correlation between the length of the track and duration of treatment is statistically significant (10).

Conclusion on Kshar Sutra

  • Anal disease, although a common cause of morbidity in the general population, is often poorly understood and managed by medical students, general practitioners and surgical trainees. Surgical residents frequently fail to grasp the finer details required by anal surgery, considering it not particularly exciting compared to other more prominent procedures. Acute ano-rectal abscess and fistula-in-ano are usually quite simple to manage. Most acute abscesses can be dealt with in a clinic under local anesthesia without major trouble to the patient. Those patients who develop a chronic fistula-in-ano can usually be managed by simple fist-ulotomy methods. An array of surgical techniques is available to the surgeon treating a patient with high anal-fistula, but, in conclusion, kṣārasūtra undoubtedly proves to be a superior and more successful procedure with a 98 percent success rate some says 99.96% success rate.

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1. Bhaskar Rao, M. An overview of ksharasutra and its application in high anal fistula. NAMAH 2001; 8:4: 28.
2. Seow-Choen, F., Nicholls, R.J. Anal fistula. British Journal of Surgery 1992; 79: 197-205.
3. Deshpandy, P.J., Sharma, K.R. Treatment of fistula-in-ano by a new technique, review and follow-up of 200 cases. American Journal of Proctology 1976: 39.
4. Schouten, W.R., van Vroonhoven, T.J.M.V. Treatment of ano rectal abscess with or without primary fistulotomy: results of a prospective randomized trial. Dis. Colon Rectum 1991: 34-60.
5. Gracia Aguilar, J., Belmonte, C., Wong, W.D., Goldberg, S.M., Madoff, R.D. Anal fistula surgery: factors associated with recurrence and incontinence. Dis. Colon Rectum 1996; 39: 723-9.
6. Kuijepers, HC, Schulpen, T. Fistulography for fistula-in-ano: is it useful? Dis. Colon Rectum 1985; 28: 103-6.
7. Pescatori, M., Maria, G., Anastasis, G., Rinallo, L. Anal manometry improves the outcome of surgery for fistula-in-ano. Dis. Colon Rectum 1989; 32: 588-95.
8. Krongorg, O. To lay open or excise a fistula-in-ano: a randomized trial. British Journal of Surgery 1985; 72: 970.
9. Bhaskar Rao, M. Post-operative wound healing with ksharasutra — a new approach in high anal fistula. Ancient Science of Life 1995: 123-8.
10. Bhaskar Rao, M., Prasad, S.V. Multi-centre study of ksharasutra in high anal fistula. A Journal of NTR. UHS; 199: 83-7.

Kshar Sutra

What is Kshara Sutra (क्षारसूत्र)

Kshara Sutra is a Sanskrit phrase,

fistula treatment ksharsutra

Kshar Sutra is now a popular treatment  for the management of fistula in ano and other diseases of anal related ,

Other indications of Ksharasutra —

Anal fissures

Chronic discharging sinuses with osteomyelitis

Genital warts


Milk fistula

Non healing wounds

Pilonidal sinuses

Tubercular sinuses

Ayurveda specialist offers beter cure rates for fistula in ano as compared to modern surgeons.

Other methods of application of Kshara —

Kshara varti

Kshara pitchu

Kshar pratisaran



भगन्दर (Fistula) and Kshar Sutra

भगन्दर (Fistula) 

मात्रा और मात्रा ‘क्षार-सूत्र’ आयुर्वेदिक शल्य चिकित्सा ही भगन्दर (Fistula) मेें 100 प्रतिशत परिणाम देने वाली है जो कि सुश्रुत  (Father of Surgery) ,  आयुष विभाग ;स्वास्थ्य एवं परिवार कल्याण मंत्रालय, भारत सरकार दिल्लीद्ध द्वारा प्रमाणित हैं एवं अब रिसर्च के बाद आध्ुनितक पद्वति द्वारा भी प्रमाणित हो चुकी है।

क्षार सूत्रा क्या है व कैसे काम करता है, जानेः-

धगे पर क्षार (Alkaline-PH9.5) सहित तीन आयुर्वेदिक औषध् िकी 21 कोटिंग की जाती है पहली 11 कोटिंग स्नुही अर्क से ;काटने का कार्यद्ध दूसरी 7 कोटिंग अपामार्ग क्षार से ;इंपफेक्शन को खत्म करने काद्ध तथा तीसरी 3 कोटिंग हरिद्रा से जो कि जख्म भरने का कार्य करती है अत क्षार सूत्रा द्वारा किये गये भगंदर की चिकित्सा में तीनों ही कार्य एक साथ चलते रहते है इसलिए भगन्दर दुबारा नही होता जबकि अन्य पेथी में पहले काटते हैं तथा बाद में दवा खिलाकर इंपफेक्शन रोकने व जख्म भरने की कोशिश की जाती है जो कि कभी सपफल होती भी है और अध्कितर नहंीं भी।

इसलिए अन्य पेथियों में भगंदर 50 प्रतिशत दुबारा हो जाते हैं। भगन्दर (Fistula) के लक्षणः- गुदा के पास पफंुसी का बार बार उभरना उसमें से पानी, पस या खून आना, दर्द, दवा खाने से आराम तथा बाद में पिफर वैसे ही हो जाना आदि।


अन्य पैथी

  • 1- आॅपरेशन बेहोशी में होता है।
  • 2- 5-7 दिन ;ठमक त्मेजद्ध या हास्पिटल में भर्ती रहना पडता है।
  • 3-रोजाना पट्टी के लिए हास्पिटल जाना पड सकता है।
  • 4- ;भ्पही ।तपजप.ठपवजपब द्ध खानी पडती है।
  • 5- खून चढाना पड सकता है।
  • 6- अगर भगन्दर बहुत गहारा ;भ्पही ।दंसद्ध है जो कि गुदा रिंग

(Sphinter) मल त्याग की क्रिया को नियंत्रित करने वालाद्ध के पार चला गया है तो आॅपरेशन के दौरान

ंिरंग कटने से मल रोकने की नियंत्राण शक्ति खत्म हो जाती है तथा मल अपने आप कपडों में निकल जाता है।


  • 1- केवल सुन्न करके होता है।
  • 2- कोई आवश्यकता नहीं।
  • 3- कोई आवश्यकता नहीं।
  • 4- कोई आवश्यकता नहीं।
  • 5- कोई आश्यकता नहीं।
  • 6- क्षार सूत्रा को भगन्दर में डाल दिया जाता है तथा वह हर हफ्रते बदला जाता है
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भगन्दर (Fistula) and Kshar Sutra

जिससे हर हफ्रते (1cm average) की दर से रास्ता काटता जाता है तथा पीछे का कटा रास्ता भरता रहता है जिससे ंिरग के एक दम के कट जाने का खतरा नहीे होता और न ही मल नियंत्रात को क्रिया में कोई बाध आती।

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