MALA KSHAYA-VRIDHI LAKSHANA

INTRODUCTION Malas are those constituents of the body which are regularly eliminated from the body thus keep the body clean. It can vitiate the body (when they accumulate in large amount or decrease). “मला मूत्र शकृत्स्वेदादयो अपि च ।।” [AH.SU.1/13]1 The malas are Mutra, Sakrit, sweda etc (Here etc indicates dhatu malas). These are also … Continue reading MALA KSHAYA-VRIDHI LAKSHANA

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VYADHIKSHAMATWA

INTRODUCTION:- According to Ayurvedic Science, the power of  body which decreases and stop the genesis of disease is known as Vyadhikshamatva. Today, the mankind is facing an increase in the emergence of new disease every now and then along with the challenge to cop up with the pollution and stress to complete for survival every … Continue reading VYADHIKSHAMATWA

NIDRA

INTRODUCTION :- Sleep (निद्रा) is natural periodic suspension of consciousness during which the powers of body are restored. Physical and mental fatigue is the main cause of sleep. When mind (manas) and sense organs get exhausted, then sense organs cannot conjugate with their objects ( असात्म्य इन्द्रियार्थ संयोग ) and this fatigue of mind and … Continue reading NIDRA

Samanya Vishesha Siddhanta

According to Ayurvedic science dosha, dhatu and malas are the root or basic elements of human body. If these elements are in equilibrium state body will be in healthy state and disease occurs in body either due to increase or decrease of these constituents.The object of Ayurveda has been said to be of maintaining the … Continue reading Samanya Vishesha Siddhanta

Lok – Purush Samya

INTRODUCTION :- Human body is an epitome of universe.According to this siddhanta there is great similarity between outside world and individual.The individual (purusha) is a tiny replica of the vast universe (lok). All the things of the universe are present in human body in one form or the others. In other word men is microcosm.This … Continue reading Lok – Purush Samya

Anjali Pramana

The study of measurement of body or body parts is called Pramana Sharir. Pramana or Body measurement are measured in 3 ways :- Anjali Pramana (For volume) Anguli Pramana (For length) Sankhya Sharir (For number) Anjali Pramana Other Names :- Kudava, Ardhasarva When two palms of hand are joined together, a cup like pit is … Continue reading Anjali Pramana