|Keyword||Dosha Dooshya Sammoorchchhanaa|
|Etymology/ Definition||तथाविधो दोषदूष्यसम्मूर्च्छना जनितोर्व्याधि:। मा.नि.१/७ मधुकोष
सम्मूर्च्छित इति सम्मिलित ।
|Reference||S.Chi.38/38, S.Ni.10/10, M.Ni.1/7 Madhukosha|
|Literary Meaning||Sammoorchchhanaa means coming together.|
When Dosha and Dooshya , both come together manifesting themselves through the symptoms ( Poorvaroopa – Promordal symptoms ) it is said to be a state of a disease.
|Implied Meaning||Only Dosha are unable to generate any disease. Both Dosha and defective body channels or Dhaatu are responsible for generation of a disease.|
|Elaboration||According to Pras`hastapada Sammoorchchhanaa indicates two different movements, motions coming together to form a new movement . In Ayurveda two or more different entities coming together to form an unstable, different entity is called Sammoorchchhanaa . It is not a stable continuous change. Dosha get vitiated due to their aggravating, pacifying causes. These vitiated Dosha while travelling through the body channels get stuck at a defective site. This association of Dosha and defective body tissues is Sammoorchchhanaa .|
It can be judged by the symptoms ( Poorvaroopa , Roopa ). The group of these symptoms is a disease. The association of Dosha and Dhaatu is the cause of a disease and the symptoms are the effect of this association.
E. g. Group of 11 symptoms is Ekaadas ` ha Roopa Raajayakshmaa .
|Contemporary Colloquial||Pathogenesis, Aetiopathology|
|Antonym||Dosha Dooshya Sammoorchchhanaa Bhanga, Vyaadhimoksha|
Last updated on June 14th, 2021 at 05:03 am