Introduction- Glaucoma is one of the serious conditions causing permanent blindness if it is not properly and promptly treated in the initial stage. It is characterized by raised intraocular pressure, field defects, and optic atrophy leading to gross visual loss. Intraocular pressure is the most common risk factor but not the only risk factor for the development of glaucoma. Some of the clinical features of Adhimantha can be correlated with glaucoma Glaucoma is counted under the sarvagata rogas described by Acharya Sushruta. Adhimantha has been occurred to negligence or improper management of abhishyanda both from diagnostic as well as treatment point of view. Material and Methods- A 55-year-old male patient came to Shalakyatantra OPD in Chhatisgarh Ayurvedic College Rajnandgaon with chief complaints of headache, nausea, vomiting, and pain in eyes, visual defect, and blurring of vision for 1 month. He was treated with Raktamokshan with Jaluka in 4 sittings in one month (once a week). Result- At the end of the study, after one-month improvement in maintaining the intraocular pressure reduces the symptoms like headache, pain in eye, nausea, and vomiting. Conclusion- Thus it can be concluded that Raktamokshan with jaluka is helpful in controlling glaucoma.
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