Uttar Vasti is an important Panchakarma procedure, a type of Vasti upakarma (procedure) for the genitourinary disorders of both, males and females. The therapy involves the administration of a specific medicinal oil, ghrita, or decoction into the urinary bladder or uterus
Uttara Vasti has been well highlighted in the classics for the management of most gynaecological disorders.
Types Of Uttara Basti
- Intra vesicular (Mootrashaya)
- Intra Urethral (Mootramarga)
- Intra Vaginal (Apathya Marga)
- Intra Uterine (Garbhashaya)
Uttara Vasti is defined as a route of administration of a drug through the vesicular/ urethral route in males and the vesicular/urethral or genital route in females.
- Nourishes the reproductive organs
- Supports the functions of reproductive organs.
- Clears the channel
- Prevent infections
Mode of Action of Uttara Vasthi
The medicines administered through the vaginal or urethral route during uttaravasthi have a cleansing and nourishing role.
The potent medicinal effect, it helps to clean the infections and clears the channels in the urinary bladder, uterus, and other genital passages thus helping to reduce the inflammations, irritations, stagnations, and infections.
Because of its nourishing role, it helps to improve the blood circulation, and nerve conduction, stimulate cells and replace the unhealthy cells thereby improving the sexual function.
- Asthenospermia (reduced sperm motility)
- Premature ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Pus cells in semen
- Painful micturition
- Benign Prostate Hypertrophy
- Tubal block
- Trichomonas vaginalis