Aama Pureesha (partly digested and incompletely formed stools) gets accumulated gradually and vitiated Vaayu gets obstructed in a large amount. They both Pureesha and Vaayu individually do not pass through the downward channel (Guda). In this situation the disease manifested is called Aanaaha.
If this Aanaaha is caused due to the Aama, it manifests in the symptoms like Trishn`aa (thirst), Pratis`hyaaya (common cold), S`hirovidaaha (burning sensation in the head), Aamaas`haya S`hoola (pain in stomach), Gurutva (heaviness), Hritstambha, Udgaara Vighaata (Stoppage of Belching), Kat`ee Stambha, Prisht`ha Stambha, Pureesha Stambha, Mootra Stambha, S`hoola (pain in abdomen), Moorchchhaa, S`hakrit Chhardi (vomiting of faecal matter), S`hotha and all other symptoms, which manifest in Alasaka.
Srotas: Annavaha, Pureeshavaha
Dosha: Vaata Rooksha, Laghu, S`heeta, Khara, Sookshma
Vaata Vibaddhatva, Vaata Vigunatva
Mala: Pureesha Stambha, Mootra Stambha, S`hakrit Chhardi, Aama Pureesha
Last updated on February 4th, 2021 at 06:41 am