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Abhyanga
An ayurvedic oil massage practiced by two medics who massage to let go the warm oil into the tissues of the entire body. This helps loosen and facilitate the removal of accumulated ama (toxins) and the doshas (vata, pitta and kapha) from the body.

  • Vata
  • Pitta
  • Kapha
  • Acara
    Good conduct, an established rule of conduct.

    Agada tantra
    Toxicology, a branch of Ayurveda dealing with poisons.

    Agantuka
    External or a stranger.

    Ahamkara
    Conception of one's individuality, egoism, pride or haughtiness.

    Ajasrika
    Activities that promote positive health.

    Ajirna
    Indigestion, weak digestion.

    Akasa
    Free open space, ether, sky or atmosphere.

    Akriti
    Physical appearance or external shape.

    Alabu A vessel made of dried gourd.

    Alocaka (Pitta)
    A type of Pitta governing vision, causing to see.

    Amala (Amalaki)
    An Ayurvedic herb, Emblica officinalis (Emblica myrobalan)

    Amavata
    A disease caused by ama and vata, comparable to arthritis in modern medicine.

  • Vata
  • Pitta
  • Amla
    Sour taste.

    Anjana
    Black pigment applied in eyes and eyelashes.

    Anna-vaha srotas
    The channels transporting grains or food, the digestive system, alimentary canal.

    Anupana
    A fluid vehicle for medicine; drink taken with or after medicine, drink after eating.

    Anurasa
    A secondary flavor (as a little sweetness in sour fruit), a subordinate feeling.

    Anuvasana (Basti)
    Enema given with an oily substance.

    Apa
    The element water or water.

    Apana
    One of the five types of vata, which goes downward and is responsible for expulsion of faces, flatus, urine, menstrual blood etc.

  • Vata
  • Aparadha
    Offence, sin, wrong action or misuse.

    Apara-ojas
    One of the less important of two types of vital fluid (ojas) present in the body, inferior, lower.

    Ardhavabhedaka
    A kind of migraine affecting half of the head or skull.

    Arsha
    Saintly, pious, and sacred.

    Asana
    Posture, seat or position.

    Asatmendriyartha samyoga
    Improper contact of senses with their objects.

    Asatmya
    Unwholesome, bad, improper.

    Astanga Hrdya
    An ancient Ayurvedic text written by Vagabhatta.

    Adaptogens
    Herbs that improve body's ability to adapt to stress, including infection, mental stresses and fatigue. It supports the adrenal glands and the pituitary glands and changes the threshold of resistance to damage.

  • fatigue
  • Agni
    Agni is the form of fire and heat that is the basis of the digestive system and the process of release of energy. The term includes the body heat, body temperature, sight, the digestive fire; its function is transformation, absorption, elimination and discrimination is agni.

    Ahara rasa
    It is the nutrient substance that is acted upon in the digestive tract by the enzymes or the bile juice.

    Akasha
    It is the free space or void; also related to the property of sound and is one of the aggregate elemental processes.

    Alternatives
    Alternatives alter existing nutritive and excretory processes gradually restore normal health; cleanses and purifies the blood. Alternatives improve the tissue ability to metabolize and eliminate waste to restore the proper function of the body. Most of the alternative herbs that have their initial action on the liver or kidneys can be considered.

    Alochaka
    It is one of the five varieties of pitta and helps in catching the image of external objects.

    Ama
    It is the toxins that enter the blood stream and are circulated in the whole body. Toxins or ama are produced in the body by the raw, undigested food products that become fetid.

    Retention of toxins in the blood results in toxemia. Almost every disease is a result of toxicity ormits crisis. Toxins are vital for prana (vital life energy), ojas (immunity), and tejas (cell metabolic energy).

    Anodynes
    They are the herbs that reduce the sensitivity of the nerves and reduce. They have a similar reaction as that of the analgesics.

    Antihydrotics
    It is the herbs that decrease sweating.

    Anthelminthics
    This herb destroys or expels the parasitic worms from the digestive system.

    Anticoagulant
    They are herbs that resist the coagulation in the affected area and helps in massage also.

    Anti-inflammatory
    It restrains inflammation and counteracts to its effects.

    Antioxidants
    These medicines absorb or attach themselves to the oxygen free radicals that are highly receptive to compounds that attack the cell membranes, enzymes etc.

    Antispasmodic
    These medicines help preventing and relieving spasm.

    Apana
    This medicine acts in the downward direction of the body and regulates exhalation and excretion.

    Aphrodisiac
    It acts as a stimulant and when consumed heightens senses and stimulates sexual drive.

    Appetizer
    The medicine is a good stimulant and increase appetite by stimulating it.

    Artha
    It relates to meaning, the final essence of every thought, it is an object of pursuit, which is desired and desirable and satisfies the acquisitive tendency in every individual.

    Asthi
    It is one of the seven components and the bone tissues that supports the body by giving it protection, shape, nourishment and longevity.

    Astringent
    This medicine has a binding effect as it checks hemorrhages and secretions.

    Atman
    Atman means the true self, which is the cause of consciousness and all functions by the mind.

    Atreya
    Atreya is the author of Charaka Samhita.

    Aum
    Also said as OM, the god's name has in itself the sounds for all omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence. A, U, M, represent the outer, the inner, and the super conscious stages of consciousness, waking, dream, and the state of extreme sleep.

    Avalambaka
    It is located in the heart and the sacrum and has the vital function of nourishing them both, lubricating and protecting the heart and support the sacrum.

    Avyakta
    It refers to indistinct, not evident and inarticulate.

    Ayurveda
    Constituted of two words, Ayur meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge, ayurveda means the knowledge of life. Another accurate translation of ayurveda is 'the knowledge of longevity. The roots of ayurveda rest in the ancient Indian culture. Ayurveda can be thoroughly understood by getting woven up in the fabric of nature.

    Ayurveda encompasses the secrets of why Man needs to cooperate with Nature completely in order to insure his well being.

    Abhyanga:

    Daily oil massage to increase circulation, decrease dryness and reduce vata aggravation. An ayurvedic oil massage practiced by two medics who massage to let go the warm oil into the tissues of the entire body. This helps loosen and facilitate the removal of accumulated ama (toxins) and the doshas (vata, pitta and kapha) from the body.

  • Vata

  • Pitta

  • Kapha

  • Abhyantar Snehana:

    Internal oleation.  Part of Purvakarma (the preparatory procedures of (Panchakarma) it is specifically designed to liquefy and dislodge ama from the dhatus.

    Acara Good conduct, an established rule of conduct.
    Agada tantra Toxicology, a branch of Ayurveda dealing with poisons.
    Agantuka  

    Agni:

    The element and universal organizing principle of conversion, light and heat.

    Agni Svedana:

    A procedure used to promote sweating and dilation of channels through heating the body.

    Ahara:

    The Ayurvedic knowledge of proper diet.  One of the three pillars of Ayurveda.

    Akash:

    The element and universal organizing principle of space.

    Alochak Pitta:

    The metabolic function associated with the eye.

    Ama:

    The toxic residue of undigested food that is the source of illness in the body.

    Anuloman:

    The aspect of gastrointestinal vitality concerned with proper elimination.

    Anuwasan Basti:

    An oil basti which is meant to be retained in the colon for a long period of time.

    Apana Vayu:

    The sub-dosha of vata which governs the elimination of waste.

  • Vata

  • Asanas

    Hatha yoga postures designed to refine physiological functioning.

    Asatya-Indr-Sanyog

    The improper uses of the senses.

    Asthi:

    The dhatu or bodily tissue of bone.

    Atma:

    The universal intelligence of nature.  Also known as Param atma

    Aushadhi:

    The Ayurvedic management of disease.  One of the three pillars of Ayurveda.

    Avapidana Nasya:

    Herbal mixtures crushed and squeezed into the nostrils

    Ayurveda:

    The science of life, the oldest health-care science known to man..

     

     

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