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BASIC PRINICIPLES OF AYURVEDA

PANCHA MAHABHUTA(THE FIVE BASIC ELEMENTS) , DOSHAS(BIOLOGICAL HOUMERS) , DHATUS(BASIC TISSUES) , MALAS(WASTE PRODUCTS) , AGNI(BIOLOGICAL FIRE)

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PANCHAMAHABHOOTHAS

The very first element that comes to existence is akash (Ether). It is most expansive and least concreate of all. The next element derived is Vayu (Air) then comes Agni (Fire), then Jala (water) element is formed and lastly Prithvi (earth) element is formed.

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Doshas

Elements of the three doshas called vata(Air+Ether),pitha(Fire+Water) and kapha(Eartg+Water) make Doshas. Vata formed by the combination of space and air elements and its is motivating force in the body.Pitha form from fire and water elements which controls the digestion and metabolic functions of transformation.Kapha form by earth and water elements which provides basic substratum of the body and controls the strength and immunity.

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What are the seven dhatus?

Rasa(plasma),Rakta(blood),Mamsa(muscle tissues),Medas(fat tissues),Asthi(bone tissues),Majja(bone marrow) and Shukra(the reproductive tissues) are the seven kinds of Dhatus which provide structure and support to the body.

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Malas

The malas are those substance which eliminate dirty or unclean products from the body.Ahara mala and Dhatu mala are two types of malas.Ahara mala are waste from the food which includes feces,urine and sweat.Dhatu mala waste from cells and tissues which includes secretions from eyes,ears,nose and elemnts like nails,hair,carbondioxide,lactic acid.

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