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( XV) HUMMIYAT (Fever)

1. HUMMA-E-'AAM (Non-specific fever)

Rise in temperature, headache, pain all over the body, cough and catarrh.

Prescription No. 1

Afsantin    5 g.

Method of preparation : Boil in 120 ml. of water and strain.

Administration           : Twice daily.

Note : This formulation is very bitter in taste.

Prescription No. 2

Khaksi         6 g.

Method of preparation :  Boil in 120 ml. of water and strain.

Administration           : Twice daily.

Prescription No. 3

Tender shoot of Neem  6 g.

Method of preparation : Boil in 180 ml. of water and strain, sweeten with sugar.
Administration           : Twice daily.

Prescription No. 4

Gilo 12 g.
Sugar    6 g.

Method of preparation :   Crush Gilo mildly, boil in 250 ml. of water, reduce to half strain and sweeten with sugar.

Administration  :  Twice daily.

Prescription No. 5

Fresh Tulsi leaves      25 g.
Kali Mirch (Black Pepper) 1 g.

Method of preparation  : Grind with water and make Gram size pills.

Administration            : 1 pill with water thrice daily.

Note : This is especially useful for malarial fever.

Prescription No. 6

Kernel of Karanjwa         6 g.
Kaiphal        3 g.

Method of preparation :  Make a fine powder.

Administration           : 500 mg. with water twice daily.

Prepared Medicines

Any of the following may be taken:

1. Habb-e-Tape-Balghami 1 pill with water thrice daily.
2. Habb-e-Shifa  1 pill with water thrice daily.
3. Habb-e-Mubarak 1 pill with water thrice daily.
4. Sufoof Sat-e-Gilo 1 g. with water thrice daily.

Instructions :
Take liquid died. Take rest.

2. JUDRI (Smallpox)

It is an infectious and epidemic disease. It starts with headache, backache, shivering and high fever. Eruptions appear on the skin on third day and turn into blisters on eighth day which are filled with pus.

Prescription No. 1

Unnab             5 numbers.
Khaksi  3 g.
Maweeg Munaqqa       5 numbers.

Method of preparation :    Boil in 120 ml. of water and strain.

Administration            :    Twice daily.

Note : Bundle 12 g. of Khaksi in a piece of cloth and immerse in one litre of water. This water should be given to the patient at intervals.

Prescription No. 2

Moti (Small pearls)

Administration  :   2 to 3 pearls to be administered to the patient for two or three days.

Note : This can also be usewd as a preventive measure during and epidemic of small pox.

Prescription No 3

Barg-e-Gul (Rose petal)

Method of preparation : Dry and make a fine powder.

Administration           :  Sprinkle the powder on the pustules.

Prescription No. 4

Afsantin      3 g.

Method of preparation : Boil in 120 ml. of water.
Administration            : Twice daily.

Prescription No. 5

Cows Ghee (Charified butter)   or Q.S.
Sesame oil

Administration             :      Apply on scars.

Prescription No. 6

Samandar Jhag Q.S.
Coconut water  

Method of preparation  :  Rub samandar jhag with coco
and administration       :  nut water to make a paste and apply on scars.

Prepared Medicines

Any of of the following may be taken:

1. Khamira Marwarid   3 g. twice daily.
2. Khamira Gaozaban sada 4 g. twice daily.
3. Sharbat Khaksi  30 ml. with water twice daily.
4. Sharbat Unnab    30 ml. with water twice daily.

Note : A physician may be consulted for regular treatment.

3. KHASRA (Measles)

It is an infectious epidemic diseases. The patient first has an attack of catarrh, sneezing, running nose and eyes and fever. After four or five days, there appears pustules of red colour, first on the face and then on the rest of the body.

Prescriptions and prepared medicines for smallpox are advised in measles also.

Instructions : The patient suffering from smallpox and measles must be very rigidly isolated and no one who has been vaccinated should undertake the nursing. The eyes should be soothed by cold compresses and washed with suhaga water when swollen. Mouth-wash is also advisable. Hot and spicy articles of food should be avoided. Liquid diet may be given.

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