Sri Sri College of Ayurvedic Science & Research Hospital




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Motherhood is a dream of every women. Every married women wishes to experience motherhood. They are unforgettable days in a women’s life which gives her a mixture of experiences like anxiety, pain, happiness, & responsibility. During this period she undergoes many physical & psychological changes.

Ayurveda ensures complete physical, mental, social & spiritual well being of both mother & baby by providing proper medical guidance throughout the course of pregnancy.

Like any other branches of medicine, even Ayurveda had told long back ago about checkups for pregnant lady which is called as ante-natal checkup.

So from the time of conception till the completion of 9 months ( i.e. till full term) , Ayurveda provides complete guidance for mothercare to attain a healthy baby. Proper observance of this guidance can assures safe delivery even today.

Diet During Pregnancy

  • First 3 months we advise madhura(i.e. sweet), sita(i.e. cold), & more drava (i.e. liquid) diet with honey to avoid nausea & vomiting in pregnancy. She had to consume more milk & milk products like Ghrita (i.e. ghee) throughout pregnancy & payasam prepared out of shastika shali is advised.
  • 4th, 5th ,6th mouth (i.e. 2nd trimester)- shastika shali prepared with milk & ghrita is advised.
  • And 6th month onwards, she should be given Gokshura to avoid water retention & other complication which usually occures during 6th month of pregnancy like pedal oedema, etc.
  • Even during 7th, 8th & 9th month ( i.e. 3rd trimester) pregnant lady have to continue same things.
  • Maintenance of personal hygiene & specific water for bathing purpose for pregnant lady is also mentioned in Ayurveda i.e. sarva gandha dravyodaka &amp

ointment of the body with fragrant substances.

  • Listening to soft music to remain calm and happy.
  • She should wear loose fitting & light coloured dress & avoid coloured dresses.


So, by following above said instructions one can assure pregnant lady can go for normal delivery with healthy baby.

So one of such example-

Name of patient-
Age/sex- 25/F

Had come to hospital complaining of vomiting in early morning. A UPT revealed positive pregnancy.

– Advice 1st trimester

  1. To drink pure cow milk
  2. Dairy products
  3. Payasam
  4. Red rice gruel
  5. Curd
  6. Apple, etc fruit juice (avoid papaya)
  7. Cold items


  1. Madiphala rasayana
  2. Shatavari
  3. Dhatri lauha

Maintenance of personal hygiene, anointment of the body with fragrant substance, listening to soft music.

Advice during 5th and 6th month:-

  1. Madiphala rasayana.
  2. Tab. Shatavari.
  3. Dhatri louha.
  4. Dadimadya ghrita.
  5. Shankha vati.
  6. Punarnava mandura.

Advice on 7th month:-

  1. Gokshuradi ghrita.

Advice on 8th month:-

  1. Sukha parasava ghrita.
  2. Abhyanaga with Ashwagandha bala lakshadi taila to abdomen, back & thighs.
  3. Niruha basti.
  4. Anuvasana basti with 30ml yastimadhu taila.

Advice on 9th month:-

  1. Sukhaprasava ghrita.
  2. Abhyanaga with Dhanwantaram + Ashwagandha bala lakshadi taila.
  3. Anuvasana basti with Dhanwantaram taila.

36th week:-

  1. Jeevantyadi ghrita yoni pichu twice a day.

On the day of delivery:-

  • On 16th Aug 2010 ,she came to our hospital at 1:30 am with labour pain.
  • She was given body massage with Dhanwantaram taila after which the root of apamarga was tied to the waist, both arms and legs.
  • Yoni pichu with jeevantyandi ghrita done.
  • Later enema was given.
  • She was made to consume yavagu, a preparation with shastika shali, guda and ksheera.
  • Yoni dhoopana was done during intense contractions.
  • Nasika choorna for inhalation was administered thrice at an interval of 5-6min.
  • She delivered normally, an alive male baby at 5:27 am. Baby cried immediately after delivery. The placenta was expelled out at 5:37am, wholly intact. Bleeding was normal.
  • Perineal dressing was done with jathyadi taila, haritaki churna and ghrita.
  • A pad soaked with yastimadhu ghrita was kept inside the vagina.
  • Massage with Dhanwantaram taila was done around the umbilicus of the mother and abdomen was tightly wrapped.
  • Ghrita siddha yavagu with panchakola churna was given to the mother twice a day and vajrakanjika was administered in the afternoon. Both of these above diet will help in reducing pain following delivery & improve production & secrection of breast milk. It also helps in correction of digestive fire & relieves fatigue.
  • The mother & baby should be properly looked & cared after for 45 days following labour & the mother should be advised to follow a specific diet pattern & regimen.

Mother ( Srividya) was very particular about following the monthly regimen prescribed by Ayurveda & took only Ayurvedic medications during the course of her pregnancy & she had also came regularly for ANC checkups.

Dr. Prema I Bhat


Published in Renaissance– Quarterly Magazine, Journal from Nagarjuna Ayurveda group in Oct-Dec- 2010

A survey reports “It is difficult to provide comprehensive primary health care to entire population in developing countries like India where 70% of the population livein rural areas. One of the most certain and feasible ways to provide to reach the entire population by strengthening and taking the support and help of traditional medicine and its practitioners in cultures world wide.”

Agadatantra, a branch of Ayurveda; deals with the management of poisoning from various sources. It is not a deniable fact that incidence of snake bite has not declined in rural areas and at the same time statistics proves that suburban areas are also vulnerable to snake bite. It means treatment of snake bite cases still remains a challenge to the medical fraternity even after invention of sophisticated and advanced medicines and techniques.

The contribution of professional vishavaidyas from Kerala for the management of snake bite is highly appreciated. The ayurvedic treatment module for this medical emergency is unique and requires medical skills and experience to practice. Apart, from using treatment mentioned in Samhita, they follow many unique treatments which are known to local vishavaidyas, since ages. All these treatments are mentioned in Malayalam Visha text book and are passed from generation to generation in the family of vishavaidyas. Many Vishavaidyans families in Kerala are practicing Oothuchikitsa such as Vimalaantarajanam of ollurmana, Thrissur. There are many medicines and treatments which are effectively used as life saving tools in the remote areas.Oothu is one among them which is used in snake bite cases when the patient is falling unconscious. It is an emergency treatment which is very handy and can be practiced with minimal requirement.

The treatment modality called oothu is one of the most important therapeutic procedures performed in the initial stage of snake bite treatment, particularly in the stages of vata, kapha or vatakaphapredominances and when the effect of visha is limited to the first three dhatus. The textual reference for this method of treatment is jyotsnika.

A vishavaidyas mainly employs this treatment modality when any or all of the following symptoms appears in a snakebite victim

  1. Delay in responses to verbal and physical stimuli
  2. Drowsiness
  3. Drooping of the eyes
  4. Numbness over the tongue, mouth and scalp
  5. Pain all over the body
  6. Paralysis of jaw, tongue, larynx and neck
  7. Headache
  8. Dizziness, vertigo
  9. Excess salivation, formation of mucous and fluids in the chest, eyes etc.

Materials required:
The drugs required are Sunthi(dried rhizome of Zingiberofficinale), Dusparsha( root of Tragiainvolucrata),Maricha(dried fruits of Piper nigrum),Iswaramuli(root of Aristolochiaindica). In common practice the root of dusparsha is generally avoided, partly due to the difficulty in procuring the drug at short notice and partly due to allergic reaction it produces in certain individuals.

Three persons who have not consumed alcohol or any such tiksnadravyas(because such dravyas being similar in nature to that of visha can aggravate it further) for the last 24 hours are needed for the treatment. If the persons have chewed tobacco or betel leaves, they should thoroughly wash their mouth before starting the treatment.

The patient should be seated in a comfortable position, either in a chair or a high pedestal, which is convenient for the treatment. One attendant should stand behind and the other two attendants on either sides of the patient. They should then chew a small quantity of the 4 drugs explained above, slightly pounded together.

The person standing behind the patient should blow air through his mouth onto the murddha of the patient and the two attendants standing on either side should blow air through their mouth to the ear on the respective side. This should be done synchronously for at least 150 times. It can be increased as per the patient’s condition. The attendants can briefly stop the treatment in between to spit out excess saliva. Care should be taken not to spit out the medicines kept in the mouth.

Improvements can be noticed in the responses of the patient after 75-100 blowing. After 150 blowing there is usually a marked improvement in the verbal and physical responses, drowsiness and drooping of the eyes. The patients report a vivid feeling of the effects of visha descending down their body before disappearing.

All these medicines and procedures fulfill the criteria of the plans of the AYUSH which aims to popularize local health tradition which is immediate/handy and also cost-effective treatment. But, the effort should be put to prove the efficacy, mode of action of these procedures and anti-dotes on the scientific basis to be accepted largely by the Ayurvedic medical community. Such efforts will help the survival of the very precious and rarest procedures and anti-dotes to come to mainstream which would be beneficial for the mankind.

Dr. Krishna Singh


Research can be defined as the search for knowledge, or as any systematic investigation with an open mind to establish novel facts, solve new or existing problems, prove new ideas or develop new theories.

Here with find some interesting modern research reports on the foods we eat in day -to-day life.


Macular Degeneration, an eye disease that comes with aging, is one of the common cause of blindness among older people. The first symptom is usually blurring of central vision but eventually side vision can even also become limited.

The cause of Macular Degeneration is unknown, but recent research suggests that a diet high in Anti-oxidant nutrients may help to prevent or slow the disorder. Lutein and Zeaxanthin are two antioxidants that may help. These two carotenoids are the dominant pigments found in the macula of the eye and are thought to help filter out some of the harmful light that can damage the retina. Lutein is found in green leafy vegetables, corn, peas and egg yolks. Whereas Zeaxanthin is also found in greens, red peppers and corn.

In one recent study, people who ate about three cups of SPINACH (a green leafy vegetable) a day were 43% less likely to develop age related Macular Degeneration than people eating little of this leafy green vegetable.


Tinnitus (Karnanada) is an Ear disease in which patient hears different types of sounds in the ear without its presence.

A Japanese study found that ZINC is useful in treating some people suffering from Tinnitus. The researchers administered Zinc to people who had low levels of the minerals in their blood. After two weeks, their Zinc levels were significantly elevated and their symptoms had improved.


Due to causative factors (nidana), vatadi doshas vitiate the oral mucosa and causes inflammation of oral mucosa and ulceration in the mouth called as Mukhapaka.

You might think that Onion, with their strong flavour, would irritate mouth and cause Mouth Ulcers, but eating them regularly might actually prevent them from ulcers. Onions contain Sulphur compounds that have antiseptic properties and they are also a leading source of Quercetin, a flavonoid that stops the body from releasing inflammatory substances in response to allergens.


Krimidanta is vataj, tooth destructing disease affecting the teeth due to oral unhygienic conditions.

Chew Chewing Gum for atleast 5 mins. within 5 mins. after finishing a meal. Gum sweetened with Xylitol helps to counter harmful bacteria in your mouth, which promotes cavities. A study showed that people who chewed Chewing Gum with Xylitol after meals had far fewer cavity causing bacteria in their mouth 5 mins. afterward than people who chewed other gums or no gums at all.


Studies have shown that Cheese can help you take a bite out of tooth decay. The fat naturally contained in Cheese coats your teeth and acts as a natural barrier against bacteria. Also all Cheese contain Casein which provides a natural tooth protection. And finally Calcium and phosphorous found in Cheese help remineralise tooth enamel.(But do not eat in excessive quantity.)


To give your hairs a natural reddish dye, boil Onion peels in half a cup of water. Add a teaspoon of Glycerin and apply the decoction to your hairs. Wash off after 30 mins . and see the change.

Dr. Shilpa Anup Dhote



Human problems in modern era are enormous and their manifestations varied much in the degree of distress and disability. The present day life is full of competition; every individual wants to heighten one’s own self esteem and rears a lot of expectations from one’s own self and the world around. When such expectations are not fulfilled the person undergoes frustration, depression, stress, leading to many of psychiatric disorders in almost all the societies. These disorders affect every sphere of life including the family, marriage, and recreation, management of finances, law, and public life and even in sexual activity too.

To cope up with these psychological problems people turn to different types of systems, different drugs which boost the mind to increase intellect. At this context, Ayurveda, the science of life has an answer to psychological disorders. Acharyas have described certain rules and regulations to be followed by person to keep up of a sound mind in sound body. They are includes Sattvavajaya chikitsa, Rasayana therapy, Sadvritta and Achara rasayana .

Definition of Achara rasayana : Achara rasayana literally means physical and mental conducts of man. This ia a measure having no involvement of drigs. If it is sincerely adopted in the day to day practice, it may replenish and maintain the total life process free from ailments. Achara rasayana is the mental hygiene to be followed by definite methods to lead on ideal ethical way of living.

Description of achara rasayana : Achara rasayana has been described by Charaka in the first chapter of chikitsa sthana.

  1. Always speak the truth
  2. Should be free from anger
  3. Should not indulge in taking alcohol and excessive sexual intercourse
  4. Should not hurt no one mentally, physically and even by action
  5. Should avoid over strain
  6. Always keep the mental balance in any situation. Do not lose your temper. Be calm and Peaceful mind
  7. Always speak sweet words. Sweet words always calm and quite one’s mind. It is a mental sedative.
  8. Remember always the creature of the universe ( GOD)
  9. Be courageous and do not lose patience in any situation
  10. Speak with others kindly with a smiling face and gentle behavior.
  11. Should take food daily along with milk and ghee
  12. Should have balanced state in walking and having sound sleep
  13. Maintain always cleanliness
  14. Respect your teachers, priests, elders, gurus and all non – wild animals
  15. Always take care of others feelings and behave accordingly
  16. Heartily love the poor and dependants
  17. Be kind and sympathetic to all creatures. As love and kindness are mental food, we can nourish the minds of others by such behavior
  18. Devote yourself to God and see God in other people
  19. Always give something to others
  20. Do all good things in society and avoid bad one’s
  21. Do not criticize or show cruelty to others
  22. Sleep as long as the body requires it for the maintenance of health
  23. Know properly the nature of the place you live in and understand the trend of the times you are passing through.
  24. Always try to extricate yourself out of a fix, instead of giving it up as hopeless
  25. Concentrate your mind on the nature of the soul and its relation to that of the universe
  26. Always follow the ways of the people who believes God
  27. Do not allow energies to be wasted in useless activities
  28. Always act as prescribed for you in your scriptures
  29. Respect and serve the people who have conquered their senses
  30. Continually study new sciences, advances, researches and philosophies and utilize them for the benefit of all human beings.

Achara rasayana is means to acquire rasayana effect through social and personal conducts.

Achararasayana may be spoken in three aspects:

  1. Personal behavior – speaking always truth, not getting angry easily, avoiding alcohol intake etc…
  2. Social behavior – non-violence, speaking nicely and sweet words, respecting elders, teachers, Brahmans, and cows etc..
  3. Satvika ahara and vihara – daily consumption of ghee and milk and having proper sleep and not awakening in night unnecessarily.

Mode of action: Achara Rasayana may act as a Rasayana in three dimensions:

  1. In improving the personality
  2. In improving the social relationship
  3. In improving the physical health

Achara rasayana enhances the psycho-neuro- immunity. Achararasayana helps the individual in understanding the society and to know the role of an individual in society.

Conclusion: The behavioral conducts or moral or mental hygiene are the effective preventive principles for the psychological disorders, especially at primordial and primary prevention levels, these can be propagated through interventions like individual education, mass education and can be co-opted as a compulsory in syllabus of primary and higher education to achieve health for all incoming future.

*Dr. P.Sudhakar reddy, Professor, Dept.of Swasthavritta
JSS Ayurveda Medical College, Mysore-28


Tooth Extraction by Jalandhara Bandha Yoga requires No Anesthesia! No Injection! No Spray! No Antibiotics! & No Analgesics! It is purely a combination of Yoga & Ayurvedic Technique.

Yoga and Ayurveda are the ancient science of Indian Wisdom. As a remedy now a day’s people are looking towards it for many of their ailments. Ayurveda not only deals with medical line of treatment but it also deals with surgical treatment. We get many references in Ayurveda regarding surgeries being carried out by Sushrutha. Hence Sushrutha is rightly called as “The Father of Surgery”. He has done many surgeries like Laporotomy, Craniotomy, Cataract Operation, Plastic surgery, Haemmorrhoidectomy; Painless Tooth Extraction etc. Though there was no Anesthesia in those days he used to carry out surgeries by using some yogic procedure & by manipulating some marmasthanas (vital points) in the body. One such example for this kind of surgery by yoga technique is “Painless Tooth Extraction by Jalandhara Bandha Yoga”.

Tooth Extraction by Jalandhara Bandha Yoga requires No Anesthesia! No Injection! No Spray! No Antibiotics! & No Analgesics! It is purely a combination of Yoga & Ayurvedic Technique.

So what is this Jalandhara Bandha Yoga? How to extract tooth without anesthesia? What are the benefits of this procedure?
In yoga mainly there are three types of Bandha i.e. Moola, Uddiyana & Jalandhara Bandha. Moola Bandha is the one which is performed for the lower part of the body. Uddiyana for the middle part of the body & Jalandhara Bandha is the one performed for the upper part of the body.

Jala means network. It is a network of arteries, veins & nerves. Bandha means to Lock. So Jhalandhara bandha means locking or blocking of the nerve plexus, arteries & veins around the neck. This technique of blocking the nerve plexus is made use for the extraction of the tooth without anesthesia. This Yogic Tooth Extraction can be explained in three stages.

Jala means network. It is a network of arteries, veins & nerves. Bandha means to Lock. So Jhalandhara bandha means locking or blocking of the nerve plexus, arteries & veins around the neck. This technique of blocking the nerve plexus is made use for the extraction of the tooth without anesthesia. This Yogic Tooth Extraction can be explained in three stages.

1. Poorva Karma (Pre Operative Procedure)
In this stage first the patient is examined thoroughly, and the decision is taken whether the teeth should be treated conservatively or it needs extraction. If it needs extraction then the patient is educated priorly about the procedure of the yogic teeth extraction & he is prepared both mentally & physically. While extraction special care is taken, if the patient is krisha (lean), durbala (weak), Vriddha (aged) or suffering from any neurological problems.

2. Pradhana Karma (Operative Procedure)
Patient is made to sit in sukhasana or padmasana on wooden plank of 2-3” height. He should be calm, relaxed & should concentrate on Vishuddha Chakra. Then he is asked to hold his both the knees firmly with his palm & fingers. After that the Ayurvedic Dental Surgeon stands behind the patient & puts cloth over his head & bends his head towards chest, so that the chin gets locked to the supra sternal notch or Jugular notch. Danta Vaidya (Dental Surgeon) then puts pressure over the Sushumna Nadi (Spinal Cord) with his left knee & puts pressure over trigeminal nerve with his left hand. Then the Patients head is slightly moved up & down for 2-3 times, then the head is lifted & tooth is extracted by using Simha Mukha Yantra (Lion Forceps) (who’s description is mentioned in our classical text Sushrutha Samhita which is four thousand years old !) or with any other suitable Sandhamsha Yantra’s.

It is said that Vatadritae nasti ruja, i.e. there is no pain with out vitiation of vata dosha. Here vata is controlled by doing jalandhara bandha which in turn blocks the pain path & thus helps in painless tooth extraction.

3. Paschath Karma (Post Operative Procedure)
In this step utmost care of the patient is taken to reduce the chances of infection & to promote wound healing. Hence Patient is given with vrana ropana & raktastambhaka gandoosha & dressing is done with suitable Ayurvedic Antiseptic Drugs. Then nasya (nasal medication) is given with medicated oil prepared out of vidari, yasti, ksheera etc. Patient is advised to take snigdha (unctuous), swadu (sweet), sheetha (cold), & mrudu (soft) foods. And also he is advised not to spit forcibly, not to use hot & spicy foods for 24 hours.

Benefits of Tooth Extraction by Jalandhara Bandha Yoga

  • It is good for Patients who are allergic to Local Anesthesia, Antibiotics and Analgesics & Other Modern Drugs.
  • Hypertensive and Patients with High Blood Sugar Level can undergo extraction without any complications. (Author has extracted tooth even with patients having blood sugar level up to 350 to 400mg/dl)
  • Very Minimal Bleeding, Less injury to the healthy tissues & hence fast healing of the Gums.
  • Procedure will be very brisk & effective.
  • Post Extraction Complication like severe swelling, delayed wound healing and secondary hemorrhage is not found.
  • Even the stumps, molar tooth & milk tooth can be extracted successfully by this method.

As part of public awareness program and propagation of Ayurvedic Dentistry, we have conducted many Ayurvedic Dental camps other than our regular Dental OPD in our Ayurvedic Dental Wing of Sri Sri College of Ayurvedic Sciences & Research Hospital and given many demonstration of yogic tooth extraction across the state and out side. Many of our patients had different experiences and they were astonished.

We would like to share the experience of one of our patients experience in his own words.

Sharing My Experience – K. Ranganath, B.S.K 2nd Stage, B’lore.

Observing my decayed tooth our president suggested me to bare with it till monthly meeting. I thought I could not wait till then and felt jittery when an Ayurvedic Doctor would extract. I imagined horrible moments as a victim of demonstration. But, then, I had given my words.

On January 21st I had the privilege to a memorable experience when Dr.Vivek, who successfully treats dental problems especially for Asthma, BP, Diabetic and Cardiac patients without any pain, antibiotics or anesthesia by jalandhar bandha yoga method, gave a demonstration. I was the second of two persons to under go extraction. I was asked to sit on a wooden plank and the Doctor gently pressed at two points on my right and left shoulders for a moment. Then bending head he held my chin tightly against chest for a minute. Lifting up he opened my mouth and removed two teeth with pliers as if plucking a fruit in a jiffy. I had a mouth wash with an herbal drink and clutched a ball of cotton between jaws. Yes, every thing was over with in 2-3 minutes and believe me without any pain. I was simply amazed.

Dr.Vivek. J
M.S.(Ayu), Danta Vaidya Visharada


Presented here before u is a case study diagnosed and treated at the IPD of the Dept. of Stri Roga & Prasuti Tantra, Sri Sri College of Ayurvedic Science and Research Hospital, Bengaluru

Name : Shoba

Age : 25

Occupation : House wife

Chief Complaints : Patient is unable to conceive in marital life of 8years

History of present illness : Patient has no children.

Menstrual cycle – regular

M.C -3-5days/28-30 days

On Examination : Per abdomen – soft

Uterus –normal size,anteverted

Cervix -healthy

L.M.P -1/12/12

Investigations :

Blood group : B +ve

Hysterosalpingography : tube test done

Procedure -back flow

Impression-Right tubal block (+)

-Left tubal block (+)

Hysteroscopy : adviced

Husband’s :

-Semen analysis report : 12/1/12

-Severe Oligoasthenoazoospermia

Treatment :


1)Classical Virechana

2)Yoga Basti

3)Uttara Basti &



# Deepana,pachana

1)Agnitundi vati

2-0-2 for 3days

#Snehapana-Phalakalyanaka ghrita

1st day -40ml 11/12/12

2nd day -80ml 12/12/12

3rd day -120ml 13/12/12

#SABS (Sarvanga abhyanga and Bhaspasweda)-

with Sahacharadi taila for 3days .(14th,15th,16th)

# Virechana-

with Trivrit lehya 40gms(16/12/12)

On discharge adviced

Internal medication

1)Sukumara kashaya

2)Aloes Compound

3)Tb Shatavari

4)Phalasarpi 1month

After next menstrual cycle

Planned for yoga basti:

Niruha basti –Dashamoola ksheera kashaya

Anuvasana basti –Dhanvantaram mezhupaka

On discharge 13/1/13 advised

Internal medication

1)tab Coligo 1-1-1 for 2days

2)tab Aloes compound 1-1-1 (A/F)

3)Sukumara kashaya 2tsp -0-2tsp with 4tsp water(B/F)

4) Ashwagandha lehya – 2tsp at bed time with milk

5)Phalakalyanaka ghritha- 2tsp on empty stomach in the morning

Avoid spicy food for 1week

* Uttara basti

With Narayana taila on 21/1/13

L.M.P – 26/2/13

On 2/3/13 – adv HSG

On 4/3/13 – HSG reports(after treatment)

-fallopian tubes patent

-spillage +

-No back flow


Virechana therapy removes pitta , kapha dosas and vata dosas.
Obstructing dosa kapha is removed and vata dosa that gets obstructed
by kapha dosa is also cleared off by virechana.

According to Susrutha samhita uttarasthana, In all gynecologic
disorders vata is the main cause and to balance it yoga basti is given.

Uttara basti in this case normalizes vata,the yoni retains the garbha
quickly or the women conceives immediately.It also cures severe
vaginal pain,dysmenorrhoea,irregular bleeding and other gynecological

* Dr. Prema I Bhat


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