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How is piles treated with thread (Kshar Sutra)? – Method, Uses and Benefits

Many people do not take proper care of their piles condition which tends to grow and worsen over time. You must have searched a lot that how to cure your piles. That's why this blog will give you information about Ksharasutra treatment. Some of you might have heard about the Ksharsutra treatment so keep reading the complete blog to get detailed and complete information about Ksharsutra treatment.

alkaline therapy
Ksharasutra is a method of Ayurvedic medicine (surgery) that has been mentioned for the first time in Chakradatta Granth by Acharya Chakrapani. Ksharsutra therapy is a safe, sure and effective method of treatment of serious diseases and diseases located in the anus (heart place), hemorrhoids, Fistula-Sinus-Pilonidal sinus, Fissure, etc.

Kshar Sutra Chikitsa is a minimally invasive Ayurvedic para-surgical procedure and a time-tested Ayurvedic technique in the management of disorders of anus and urinary tract.

Though Ksharasutra therapy has been described in Ayurveda by Sushruta, Charaka and Vagbhata but the efficacy of this therapy was re-established by the Department of Surgery, Banaras Hindu University and later re-evaluated by scientific organizations like CCRAS and ICMR Is. This technique is being widely practiced in our country and some other countries.

What is Ksharasutra?
Ksharsutra is a special type of thread which is used to make different types of medicines like Apamarg, Kadli, Arka, Neem, Palas etc. with alkali (Ash – alkaline material) of plants and milk (Euphorbia Nerifolia), Guggul (Commiphora mukul), Turmeric (Curcuma). longa), etc. To make this, first of all, the alkali of medicines Apamarg (Achyranthes aspera) etc. is prepared, then by coating the milk of Snuhi on the number 20 linen barber thread, alkali and turmeric are coated respectively, after that disinfection is done in the alkaline cabinet. is kept for.