Moorchchaa is fainting, syncope or spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by Pitta and Tama.
A person who is weakened and dominated by Dosha excessively (Bahu Dosha), who consumes Viruddha Aahaara, who is mentally weak; in these situations, Dosha harbor in the Indriya causing Moorchchaa. There is other signs including Hritpeed`aa, Jrimbhan`a, Glaani, Samdnyaa Naas`ha, Bala Naas`ha.
When Sandnyaavaha Srotas gets filled by Dosha, suddenly there loss of consciousness, which is termed as Moorchchhaa. In all the types of Moorchchhaa, Pitta is dominated.
According to Sus`hruta, when a person is dominated by Dosha and Mana is affected by Tama, then he is suffered by Sannyaasa. A person never gets back to his senses. It is Asaadhya.
In Vaataja, Pittaja and Kaphaja Moorchchhaa, symptoms of Apasmaara get manifested.
Patient faints down and feels as if he is entering into the darkness by looking the space dark blue. He awakes immediately, There is Hrit Peed`aa, Vepathu, Bhrama, Kaars`hya. The complexion of the patient becomes darkcoloured.
Patient enters in to the darkness by looking space red or yellow. He awakes with the perspiration, burning, thirst etc. The eyes become red and yellow.
Patient faints down looking space colored like clouds. He awakes relatively late. There is Hrillaasa, Praseka, Staimitya etc.
Due to the smell of blood, persons suffer from Moorchchhaa. There is rigidity in body parts, and eyes. There is concealed exhalation.
There is Vilaapa, Nasht`a Maanasa, Vibhraanta Maanasa, Gaatra Vikshepa
There is Vepathu, Svapna, Trishn`aa, Stambha.
The patient faints down like Apasmaara. But the difference is that there are no loathsome movements in Saannipaatika Moorchchhaa.
Last updated on February 11th, 2021 at 04:17 am