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    Human Papillomavirus (Charmakeela)

    व्यानस्तु प्रकुपितःश्लेष्माणं परिगृह्य बहिःस्थिराणिकीलवदर्शासिनिर्वर्तयति,तानि चर्मकीलान्यर्शासीत्याचक्षते || (सु.नि.२/१८) ||

    Human Papillomavirus

    Human papillomavirus(HPV) is a widespread, sexually transmitted infection (STI). It has become well-known due to its link to cervical cancer. While not every child with HPV will develop cervical cancer, HPV increases the risk. The main feature of HPV is genital warts, but not all children will develop them.  Even though HPV is called an STI, it can be transmitted through non-sexual routes like hand to hand contact, or from mother to child during a vaginal delivery. Micro abrasions in the surface epithelium permit the entrance of HPV into the cell where it targets the basal layer of the stratified squamous epithelium. The metaplastic cells of the squamocolumnar junction of the cervix and oropharynx are also targets.


    In Ayurveda, warts caused by HPV can be compared with Charmakeela. The diagnosis is based on clinical examination and usually straight forward by visual inspection.


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    Causes of Human Papillomavirus

    Human Papillomavirus has been shown to be transmitted in several modes. The modes of transmission include: sexual contact, non-sexual contact (either directly or indirectly), and maternal contact either directly or indirectly. Sexual contact is the primary mode of transmission in both adults and children

    Ayurvedic References of Human Papillomavirus-Charmakeela

    Symptoms of Human Papillomavirus

    Most infections with HPV are subclinical. In very young children (less than four years old), visible manifestations of HPV infection may include condylar acuminatum.Cervical and anal infections in young children are the result of sexual abuse. Oral lesions include verrucae vulgaris, papilloma’s, condylomas, and focal epithelial hyperplasia. The majority of these lesions (75%) are the result of HPV 6 and 11.

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    -Dr. Sahil Gupta (B.A.M.S., M.H.A.)

    Ayurvedic Allergy Specialist
    CEO & Founder of IAFAⓇ

    Diet in Human Papillomavirus

    Do’s (Pathya) in Human Papillomavirus

    • Treat warts early.
    • Wash hands after touching your warts, but try not to touch them.
    • Use salicylic acid solution on common warts and salicylic acid plasters on plantar warts as directed

    Don’ts (Apathya) in HumanPapillomavirus

    • Bite fingernails, pick cuticles, or soak hands for long periods.
    • Pick at, dig at, or pull on warts.
    • Cut or scrape warts.
    • Let other body parts come in contact with warts.
    • Shave or cut hair over warts.

    Yoga Therapy for Human Papillomavirus

    The deep breathing techniques and postures in yoga are proved to be useful in Human Papillomavirus


    Postures include,

    • Pashchimottanasana
    • ArdhaMatsyendrasana
    • Setubandhasana
    • Suptaudarakarshanasana
    • ArdhaPavanamukthasana
    • Bhujangasana
    • ArdhaShalabhasana

    Pranayama include,

    • Kapalbhati
    • Nadishodhana Pranayama
    • Bhastrika Pranayama
    • Bhramari


    Ayurvedic Treatment for Human Papillomavirus

    In Ayurveda , various treatment principles explained like administration of drugs internally, external application of drugs and Para surgical procedures [i.e. Raktamokshana (blood letting), Ksharakarma (chemical cauterization) and Agnikarma (thermal cauterization)]

    Internal Medicines for Human Papillomavirus

    • Kanakabinduarishta
    • Aragwadharishta
    • Khadirarishta
    • GandhakaRasayana
    • Rasamanikya

    • ArogyavardiniVati
    • Chandraprabhavati
    • Panchanimbadigutika
    • Triphalaguggulu
    • Kaisoraguggulu

    Purificatory Therapies for Human Papillomavirus

    • Virechana
    • Vasthi

    External Therapies

    • Raktamokshana (Blood letting)
    • Ksharakarma (Chemical cauterization)
    • Agnikarma (Thermal cauterization)

    Single herbs used in for Human Papillomavirus

    • Guduchi (Tinosporacordifolia)
    • Nimba (Azadirachtaindica)
    • Karanja(Pongamiapinnata)

    • Amalaki (Phyllanthusemblica)
    • Bakuchi (Psoraliacorylifolia)

    Article Written By: Dr. Sahil Gupta (B.A.M.S., M.H.A.)

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Question: What isHuman Papillomavirus?

    Answer:  Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI). Many people with HPV don’t develop any symptoms but can still infect others through sexual contact. Symptoms may include warts on the genitals or surrounding skin

    Question: What are the causes ofHuman Papillomavirus?

    Answer: The HPV infection is primarily spread through skin-to-skin contact. There are several risk factors that increase the chance of a child getting a HPV infection:

    • Having a cut – The disease can enter the blood stream through an opening
    • Having a mother with HPV
    • Being sexually active, Weakened immune system

    Question: What is the Ayurvedic treatment forHuman Papillomavirus?

    Answer:  In Ayurveda, treatment of warts/Charmakeela was described that the attainment of total management by using the internal drugs, external applications and Kshrakarma and Agnikarma


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