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STANDARD OPERATIVE PROCEDURE & PROBABLE MODE OF ACTION OF KARNAPOORANA
Dr. Arun Kumar Gupta*, Dr. Trupti Gupta and Dr. Satej T. Banne
Karnapooran is the best modality for karna roga (Diseases of Ear). Karana purana is the process in which warm, medicated oil or medicated liquid is gently, slowly poured into the ears. This lubricates the delicate filaments of the ear canal which sharpens hearing and removes impurities. The treatment begins with an ear and partial head massage. The ear is then gently filled with drops of warm medicated oil. Karnapuran is a unique procedure mentioned in the context of Vicharna Sneha, Which is explained by Acharya charak. Karnapoorana is made up of two words Karna and Poorana. Karna means ear and Poorana mean filling. So it is a process in which the ear is filled with medicated Taila, Mutra, and Svarasa, etc. for treatment of various Vyadhis. The classic Ayurvedic treatment for the ears is an essential part of a healthy quotidian routine. It is called Karnapoorana – where medicated oil is dribbled into the ears and the ears are then thoroughly massaged. We also know there are small bones in the internal ear called ossicles, which vibrate when hit by sound waves. These bones excite nerve endings that communicate signals to the brain to be inferred. From the Ayurvedic perspective, the ear skin and the ossicles can dry out and function can be cooperated. In Karnpooran , medicines are absorbed by ear and perform the action so Karnapoorna cures the diseases of Ear & maintain the health of Ear.[Full Text Article]