|Etymology/ Definition||दूष्यो- धातुर्मलञ्च । अ.ह्र.सू.१२/६७ हेमाद्रि
वातादिभिर्दूष्यन्त इति दूष्याः । अ. हृ. सू.१ १३ अरुणदत्त
|Reference||C.Ni.4/7, A.H.Su.12/67 Hemaadri|
|Literary Meaning||M / W – liable to be disgraced or ruined|
|Implied Meaning||Dhaatu ( body constituents ) and Mala ( waste products ) are called Dooshya as they are vitiated by Dosha .|
|Elaboration||For clinical purpose the body constituents are classified broadly into two categories Dosha and Dooshya .|
Dosha are the vitiators, contaminators and those that are vitiated, contaminated by them are Dooshya . The Dhaatu and the Mala are collectively called Dooshya. E. g. Dooshya in Prameha ( Diabetes ) are: Meda ( fat ), Astra ( Blood ), S`hukra ( Semen ), Ambu ( Body fluids ), Vasaa ( muscle fat ), Laseekaa ( lymph ), Majjaa , Rasa , Ojas.
Last updated on June 14th, 2021 at 04:58 am