pitta dhara kala: the membrane/substrate for rakta agni.
pachaka: form of pitta dosha, found especially in the small intestine.
ojas: the superfine essence of kapha; the essential form of water within the body; the ultimate product of good digestion and agni. It acts as a receptacle for the subtle fire within theRead More…
mutra vaha srotas: channel (srotas) for excretion of urine.
meda dhara kala: the membrane/substrate for meda agni.
meda: dhatu related to fat or adipose tissue.
mano vaha srotas: the channel which covers the whole body, through which the mind moves.
mamsa dhara kala: the membrane/substrate for mamsa agni.
mamsa: dhatu related to muscle tissue.
A mala in Buddhist and Hinduism refers to prayer beads. In Ayurvedic medicine mala refers to wastes that must be excreted from the system, but which serve the body between their creationRead More…