|Keyword||Paryushita Jala /Anna|
|Etymology/ Definition||पर्युषितं रात्र्युषितम् । सु.सू.४५/४१ डल्हण|
|Reference||S.Su.45/41 D`alhan`a, C.Chi.14/9, A.H.Su.5/18|
|Literary Meaning||M / W – having passed the night, having stood for a time or in some place, not fresh, stale|
|Implied Meaning||Water or food, which is utilised after keeping it overnight, is called Paryushita Jala or Anna .|
|Elaboration||Paryushita Anna or Jala is one of the causative factors of various diseases. It causes vitiation of Dosha and also decreases digestive power leading to formation of liquid wastes.|
It is sour in taste and it also aggravates Kapha ( Kaphotkledi ). It is not useful to those who have thirsty feeling.
It is one of the causative factors for Ars ` ha ( piles ), laziness, Vidradhi ( Abscess ).
This term is also used for Madya ( Paryushita Madya ).
During preparation Madya, which is kept overnight in other than Sandhaana Bhaan`d`a ( fermentation pot ), is called Paryushita Madya . It aggravates Tridosha .
|Contemporary Colloquial||Stale, polluted|
Last updated on June 16th, 2021 at 05:13 am