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Ayurvedic Dictionary

There are currently 311 terms in this directory beginning with the letter M.
mada भद

madaḥ भद्
The state of being emotionally aroused and worked up

madakārī भदकायी
Substances which intoxicates & vitiates intellect; e.g. wine

madanayohatam भदनमोगहतॊ
One with clothes and limbs thrown about, with excessive vomiting and motions, he should hold as killed by a stupefying mixture.(a combination containing randia spinosa)

madhita भधधत
Is prepared by churning the curd and removing butter, without adding water. Alleviates Kapha and Pitta.

madhu icchā भधु इच्छा
Fond of Honey

madhu iva mūtraṁ भधु इि भत्रू ॊ
Urine resembles honey in color and appearance

madhu varga भधु िगश
Class of different sources of Honey

madhūcchiṣṭa vastra भधूत्च्छष्ट िस्त्र
Clothes anarnked with wax (bee). Decreases vata Doṣa. Gives strength, improves appetite & pitta Doṣa.

madhukroḍā भधुक्रोडा
Prepared with flour mixed up with honey and solidified by frying.

madhura rasatā भधुय यसता
Sweet taste

madhura skandha भधुय स्कन्ध
Class of substances having actions attributed to Madhura Rasa.

madhura traya भधुय त्रम
Class of following 3 substances having Madhura Rasa viz. Sharkara, Madhu & Ghrita.

madhura triphala — मधुर त्रिफला
A Category of the following three fruits having Madhura Rasa; namely. 1. Gambhari(Gmelina arborea) 3. khajoor(Phoenix sylvestris) 3. Draksha(Vitis vinifera).
Submitted by: Draksha(Vitis vinifera).

madhura triphalā भधुय त्रत्रपरा
Class of following three fruits having madhura rasa; viz. Gaṁbhārī

madhura भधुय
Sweet; one among six rasa.

madhura भधुय यस
Sweet, something that is sweet to taste

madhurabhakṣaṇa dveṣa भधुयबऺण द्िेष
Aversion to sweet food

madhurāsyatā भधुयास्मता
Sweet taste

madhusamaṁ भधुसभॊ
Urine resembles honey in color and appearance

madhuśukta भधुशतु त
The fermented liquid using the honey on attaining acidity

madhya vīrya भध्म िीमश
Moderate Potency;

madhyabhaṅga asthi भध्मबङ्ग अत्स्थ
Fracture in the middle of the bone

madhyāhnaḥ भध्मावन्

madhyam vaya भध्मभ ् िम
Middle age- from 16- 60 years .It is characterized by strength virility, quality of all dhātus having reached the normal limits with proper physical & mental strength, without degeneration in qualities of dhātus with predominance of pitta dhātu.

madhyama koṣṭha भध्मभ कोष्ठ
A physiological type of Koṣṭha produced because of the dominance of either Kapha, or due to the balanced state of all the three Doṣas. The individual with this type of Koṣṭha, passes normal bowels and has normal digestive ability.

madhyama pancamūla भध्मभ ऩन्चभरू
Combination of following five plants; Bala(Sida cordifolia), Punarnava(Boerhāvia diffusa), Eranda(Ricinus communis), Mudagparni(Phaseolus trilobus), Mashparni(Teramnus labialis).

madhyama satva भध्मभ सत्ि
Medium psyche- sustains them at the instance of other or entirely by others. These persons are able to with stand grief, fear, anger, confusion and conceit to some extent.

madhyamapāka भध्मभऩाक
Completing the process in optimal stage

madhyamavīrya lūtā भध्मभिीमश रतू ा
Moderately venomous spiders with fatal period between 7 to 15 days.

madhyebhakta भध्मेबतत
Medicine consumed in between the meal cure diseases bestows strength and alleviates diseases of head and neck

madya icchā भद्म इच्छा
Fond of Alcohol

madya भद्म
The liquid doses form containing alcohols obtained by fermentation process

mahābhūta भहाबतू
Great Elements; the five proto-elements ākāśa, Vāyu, Teja, Jala and Pṛthvi which are the basic constituents of all substances

mahākaṣāya भहाकषाम
Group of ten substances having similar pharmacological effect; described by Caraka; 50 in number

mahākhuḍḍāka भहाखुड्डाक
major, big one, in details

mahāmṛga भहाभगृ
Among the animals which graze around in search of food, the larger ones are categorized as Mahamruga. Exp- pig, Buffalo, Elephant, Jungle cow.

mahāna भहान/भहत ्
the second evaluated factor in the process of evolution which stands for Buddhi, intellect and also for big

mahānasa भहानस

mahānidrā भहातनद्रा
Excessive sleep

mahāpañca viṣa भहाऩञ्च विष
Combination of following five poisonous drugs; Musta(Cyperus rotundus), Vatsnābh(Aconitum ferox).

mahāśana भहाशन
Intake of more quantity of food

mahāsneha भहास्नेह
Class of four unctuous substance; Ghee, Oil, Fat and Marrow.

mahāsrotaḥ भहास्रोत्

mahāsvana kāsa भहास्िन कास
Cough with loud sound

mahat भहत ्
Severe, enlargement

mahāvega kāsa भहािेग कास
Cough with severe bout

maireyaka भयै ेमक
The finished product obtained by allowing for further fermentation/maturation after mixing the āsav and surā in equal proportions

maithuna asahatva भथै ुन असहत्ि
Intolerance to intercourse

majjā dhātu भज्जा धातु
Sixth of the seven basic Dhātus, whose function is to fill the bony cavities. It is predominant of Jala Mahābhūta.

majjā prakāśaṁ भज्जा प्रकाशॊ
Resembles bone marrow in color and appearance

majjā rūpaṁ भज्जा रूऩॊ
Resembles bone marrow in color and appearance

majjā भज्जा

majjābhaṁ भज्जाबॊ
Resembles bone marrow in color and appearance

majjāgandhaṁ भज्जागन्धॊ
Smell of bone marrow

majjāmiśraṁ भज्जामभश्रॊ
Mixed with bone marrow

majjanaṁ jale भज्जनॊ जरे
Sinks in water

majjanam भज्जनभ ्
Steeping- keeping the material immersed in a specified liquid

majjānaṁ भज्जानॊ
Resembles bone marrow in color and appearance

majjani majjanaṁ asthi भज्जतन भज्जनॊ अत्स्थ
Bone merges in marrow in the fracture

majjopasaṁsṛṣṭaṁ भज्जोऩससॊ ष्ृ टॊ
Mixed with bone marrow

makṣikā darśanaṁ भक्षऺका दशनश ॊ
Honey bee like objects appear before eyes

makṣikā tulyaṁ purīṣaṁ भक्षऺका तल्ु मॊ ऩयु ीषॊ
Honey like stool

mākṣika भाक्षऺक
Variety of honey which is collected from the reddish variety of honey bee. It is considered as the best among other varieties of honey. Color of this honey will be similar to seasam oil.

makṣikābhaṁ भक्षऺकाबॊ
Color like that of Honey

makṣikāḥ भक्षऺका्
Flies with poisonous stings.

makṣikākrāntaṁ purīṣaṁ भक्षऺकाक्रान्तॊ ऩयु ीषॊ
Stool attracted by bees.

Submitted by: and anemia. Is reverse of reduction. This therapy consisting of rich diet

mālā icchā भारा इच्छा
Fond of Garlands.

mala भर
The waste products of the body formed during various stages of digestion and metabolism. Mala is one of the fundamental constituent of the human body along with Doṣa and Dhātu. They are of two classes: Āhāramala and Dhātumala. Āhāramala are: Mūtra (Urine) and Purīṣa (faces). Following are the Dhātumalās: Kapha from Rasa, Pitta from Rakta, nose mucus and ear wax from the Māṃsa, Sveda (perspiration) from the Meda, nails and hair from the Asthi, rheum of the eye from the Majjā.

malacchavi भरच्छवि
Dirty appearance

malaja भरज
Parasites growing in external excreta

malīmasa भरीभस
Dirty appearance

malina vastra भमरन िस्त्र
Wearing of these clothes is considered inauspicious & causes itching & other skin disorders.

malotpatti kaṇṭhe भरोत्ऩवत्त कण्ठे
Mucus coating in throat

mālya dveṣa भाल्म द्िेष
Aversion of Garlands

mālya icchā भाल्म इच्छा
Fond of Garlands

mālyagandha भाल्मगन्ध
Smell of Garlands

māṁsa dhātu भाॊस धातु
Flesh. Third Dhātu among seven Dhātus, whose function is to provide covering over the skeleton. It is dominant of Pṛthvi Mahābhūta.

māṁsa icchā भाॊस इच्छा
Fond of Meat

māṁsa varga भाॊस िगश
Class of flesh sourced different animals.

māṁsābhivṛddhi भाॊसामबिद्ृ धध
Fleshy mass

māṁsacaya भाॊसचम
Fleshy growth

māṁsadaraṇaṁ भाॊसदयणॊ
Splitting of flesh.

māṁsadhāvana prakāśaṁ भाॊसधािन प्रकाशॊ
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat.

māṁsadhāvana tulyaṁ भाॊसधािन तल्ु मॊ
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat

māṁsadhāvana भाॊसधािन सत्न्नबॊ
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat.

māṁsadhāvanavat भाॊसधािनित ्
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat.

māṁsaduṣṭi भाॊसदत्ु ष्ट
Decaying of flesh

māṁsagandhi भाॊसगत्न्ध
Smell of flesh

māṁsakīla भाॊसकीर
Fleshy growth

māṁsakṣaya भाॊसऺम
Muscular wasting

māṁsaṁ vilikhati भाॊसॊ विमरखतत
scraps muscle tissues

māṁsānāmavaśātanaṁ भाॊसानाभिशातनॊ
Sloughing of the flesh produced by the bite of the Maṁḍali (vipers) snake.

māṁsāṅkura भाॊसाङ्कु य
Sprout like growth

māṁsapeśīprabhaṁ भाॊसऩेशीप्रबॊ
Color of muscles

māṁsapiṇḍa भाॊसवऩण्ड
Fleshy mass.

māṁsapiṇḍopama भाॊसवऩण्डोऩभ
Resembles fleshy mass

māṁsaprakṣālanābhaṁ भाॊसप्रऺारनाबॊ
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat.

māṁsapraroha भाॊसप्रयोह

māṁsarasa भाॊसयस
soup prepared with meat by adding 8 times of water & reducing it to 1/4th and seasoned with 3 pungent, ghee & jiggery

māṁsasarambhaṁ भाॊससयम्बॊ
Fleshy mass.

māṁsaśāta jihvā भाॊसशात त्जविा
Decaying of tongue

māṁsaśoṇitagandha भाॊसशोणणतगन्ध
Smell of flesh and blood

māṁsatoyaprakhyaṁ भाॊसतोमप्रख्मॊ
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat.

māṁsavṛddhi भाॊसिद्ृ धध
Fleshy mass.

māṁsodakābhaṁ भाॊसोदकाबॊ
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat

māṁsodakacchrāya भाॊसोदकच्राम
Fleshy mass

māṁsodakasannikāśaṁ भाॊसोदकसत्न्नकाशॊ
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat

māṁsodakopamaṁ भाॊसोदकोऩभॊ
Resembles the color and appearance of the washings of meat

māṁsodgama भाॊसोद्गभ
Sprout like growth

māṁsonnāha भाॊसोन्नाह
Fleshy mass

māṁsopacaya भाॊसोऩचम
Fleshy mass

māṁsotsannā भाॊसोत्सन्ना
Fleshy mass.

maṁthanaṁ भथनॊ
Churning pain

mana भान
Weights and measures /metrology

mānaḥ भान्
Respect, honor, regard, respectful consideration

manas भनस ्
The mind, the internal organ which link among soul, sensory and motor organs

mānasika bhāva भानमसक बाि
thoughts or factor, attribute related to mānas

manaskara भनस्कय
Conducive to mind

manda indriya भन्द इत्न्द्रम
Weakness of sensory faculty

maṇḍa भण्ड
It’s a method of rice preparation. To prepare this 1 part rice and 14 part water is added and cooked. Liquid portion of that preparation is maṇḍa (rice gruel).It facilitates evacuation of flatus, relives thirst, weakness, improves digestion, softens the metabolic pathways.

manda भन्द
a gruel of rice by adding 14 times of water without rice particles

mandabala भन्दफर
Diminished strength

mandabuddhi भन्दफद्ु धध
Lack of intelligence

mandāgni भन्दात्ग्न
The state in which the action of Agni is considerably depressed due to dominant influence of Kapha.

mandāhāro भन्दाहायो
It is a symptom produced in third impulse of animal poisoning which means poisoned animal stops eating food.

maṇḍala darśanaṁ भण्डर दशनश ॊ
Circular objects appear before eyes.

maṇḍala dṛṣṭimaṇḍala भण्डर दृत्ष्टभण्डर
Circular lesion in pupil

maṇḍala भण्डर
Circular patch, Round shaped

mandanādam भन्दनादभ ्
Dull sound

mandarujā भन्दरुजा
Slight pain

mandavahni भन्दित्वन
Mild heat/fire

mandavāk भन्दिाक्
less talking

mandavīryatvam भन्दिीमत्श िभ ्
At the end of rainy season, the effect of poison becomes milder i.e. it becomes less potent and sluggish in action.

mandotsāha भन्दोत्साह
Lack of enthusiasm

maṇḍūka भण्डू क

maṇibandhaḥ भणणफन्ध्

mānikā भातनका
A unit of Measurement; Two kuḍavas will make one manika= 384 g of metric units

mañjiṣṭha salilasaṅkāśaṁ भत्ञ्जष्ठ समररसङ्काशॊ
Resembles the juice of Maṁjișṭha i.e. dark red

mañjiṣṭha saṅkāśaṁ भत्ञ्जष्ठ सङ्काशॊ
Resembles the juice of Maṁjișṭha i.e. dark red

mañjiṣṭha udakopamaṁ भत्ञ्जष्ठ उदकोऩभॊ
Resembles the juice of Maṁjișṭha i.e. dark red

mañjiṣṭha vastra भत्ञ्जष्ठ िस्त्र
Cloth is painted with MANJISTHA KWATHA. Best indicated in hemanta ritu& śiśira ritu& during cloudy time.

mañjiṣṭhābhaṁ भत्ञ्जष्ठाबॊ
Resembles the juice of Maṁjișṭha i.e. dark red

mano avasāda भनो अिसाद
Loss of mental strength.

manodainya भनोदैन्म
wretchedness, Pathetic

manonāśa भनोनाश
Confusion or absence of mind

manonmattavikṣobhaṇa भनोन्भत्तविऺोबण
Perplexed mind

manonugataṁ भनोनगु तॊ
Reveals secrets

manopaghāta भनोऩघात
Confusion or absence of mind

manopahāra भनोऩहाय
Disturbed mind

manosambhrama भनोसम्भ्रभ
Perplexed mind

mantha भन्थ
The liquid obtained by churning of any food substance after addition of 14 times of water.

manthana भन्थन
The Process of churning

mantra भन्त्र
Mantra is a word or the combination of the words, which if recited in a prescribed manner, the person is able to reach the god or can possess the immortal power to heal, which is considered to be the best and most effective amongst all the types of the treatment of poisoning.

mānuṣī भानषु ी
One of the four categories of medicines described in Atharva veda.

manyā भन्मा
Sides of the neck

marakataḥ भयकत्

marakataprabha भयकतप्रब
Resembles like emerald grass like green in color

māraṇa भायण
A process by which the metals/minerals are Reduced into ashes

mardaḥ भदश्
Pressing pain

mardana भदशन
Severe pressing of body from feet to waist.

mardanaḥ भदशन्
Frequent rubbing

mārdava भादशि
Softening; caused due to Jala mahābhūta predominance.

mārga rodha भागश योध
Obstruction of passage

mārgai adhovāyu भागै अधोिामु
Passing Flatus through ulcer

mārgai mūtraṁ भागै भत्रू ॊ
Passing Urine through ulcer

mārgai purīṣapravartanaṁ भागै ऩयु ीषप्रितनश ॊ
Passing stool through ulcer

mārgai śukraṁ भागै शक्रु ॊ
Passing semen through ulcer

mārgān vivṛṇoti भागाशन ् वििणृ ोतत
That which removes obstruction from the srotas

mārgāt mārgaṁ caret raktaṁ भागाशत ् भागं चयेत ् यततॊ
Bleeding changes from one channel to other.

mārgāvarodha भागाशियोध
Obstruction of passage.

marīci darśanaṁ भयीधच दशनश ॊ
Mirage appear once before eyes

mārjana भाजनश
Cleaning/sweeping- it is method of purification (external) which is used to clean the vitiated land; it takes the physical impurities out.

markaṭa भकश ट

māṣā भाषा
A unit of Measurement; 5/7/10 abrus seeds are equal to one masha kidney bean= 1 g of metric units

maśaka darśanaṁ भशक दशनश ॊ
Flies appearing before eyes

maśakāḥ भशका्

maśī भशी
the materials are subjected to heat in a closed vessel to obtain black form of ash

māsika prāṇahara yoga भामसक प्राणहय मोग
Harmful preparation made up of slow acting poisonous substances which prove to be fatal in a period of 1 month.

masitulyaṁ भमसतल्ु मॊ
Resembles the color of ink

masivarṇaṁ भमसिणं
Color of ink

maśrṛṇam भश्रणृ भ ्
Smooth in touch

mastakaḥ भस्तक्
Head; Forehead

mastiṣka भत्स्तष्क
Head; Brain

mastuluṅgābhaṁ भस्तरु ङ्ु गाबॊ
Resembles in color and appearance of the brain matter

mastuluṅgatulyaṁ भस्तरु ङ्ु गतल्ु मॊ
Resembles in color and appearance of the brain matter

mastuluṅgopamaṁ भस्तरु ङ्ु गोऩभॊ
Resembles in color and appearance of the brain matter

mathanaṁ araṇyeva भथनॊ अयण्मेि
Pain as being churned with Araṇī (Fire producing stick)

matkuṇagandha भत्कु णगन्ध
Bug like smell on body

mātra viruddha भात्र विरुद्ध
It’s a type of incompatibility (Viruddha) concerned with quantity, eg.Intake of honey and ghee in equal quantity will comes under this category.

mātrā भात्रा
a specific measurement, quantity or dose :A standard of measure

mātrāhīna भात्राहीन
Less quantity of food / drug- for those who have weak digestive fire & who are sick, giving them less quantity of food/ drug is ideal.

matravat ashan भात्राित ् अशन
Quantity of food which does not cause any disturbance in the body is considered mātrāvata āhāra

mātravat aśniyāta भात्रित ् अत्श्नमात
Food should be taken always in proper quantity, it get digested without any disturbance.

mātrāvata āhāra भात्राित आहाय
Quantity of food which does not cause any disturbance in the body is considered mātrāvata āhāra

mātsarya भात्समश

mātsaryaḥ भात्सम्श
feeling of grudge or Enviousness

matsya icchā भत्स्म इच्छा
Fond of Fish

matsya भत्स्म

matsyagandha भत्स्मगन्ध
Smell of fish

matsyaśakalasannibhaṁ भत्स्मशकरसत्न्नबॊ
Resembles the scale of fish.

maulaṁ ca daṁṣṭrajam भौरॊ च दॊष्रजभ ्
Inanimate type of poison neutralizes the animate poison.

mayūracandrikāchāya भमयू चत्न्द्रकाछाम
Resembling the shade of peacock’s feather

mayūrakaṇṭhapratimo भमयू कण्ठप्रततभो
When poisonous food is put into fire, color of the flame changes vividly like peacock’s throat.

mayūrakaṇṭhasadṛśa भमयू कण्ठसदृश
Resembles the color of the throat of peacock

mecakābha भेचकाब
Color of oily back or deep black color.

mecakāsannibhaṁ भेचकासत्न्नबॊ
Deep black color

meda dhātu भेद धातु
The fourth Dhātu among seven Dhātus of the body, whose function is to provide Snehana. It is dominant of Jala and Pṛthvī Mahābhūtas.

medaḥkalpaṁ raktaṁ भेद्कल्ऩॊ यततॊ
Blood with the color of fat

medhā भेधा
that component of mental faculty which is responsible for grasping, understanding and retaining power

meḍhra भेढ्र
Phallus or male genital organ, Penis, The male organ of copulation and of urination.

meḍhrāt raktaṁ भेढ्रात ् यततॊ
Bleeding from penis

medhya भेध्म
the substance which promote intelligence

medodaka sannibhaṁ भेदोदक सत्न्नबभ ्
Resembles the color of washings of fat

medodakopamaṁ भेदोदकोऩभॊ
Resembles the color of washings of fat

medura icchā भेदयु इच्छा
Desire to take fatty items

medya icchā भेद्म इच्छा
Desire to take fatty items

membrane suspended between the lens and the cornea in the aqueous humor of the eye
separating the anterior and

mīlanaṁ akṣi भीरनॊ अक्षऺ
Closing of the eye or nyctation

mīnadhāvanatoyagandh aḥ भीनधािनतोमगन्ध्
Smell of washing of fish

minminya मभत्न्भन्म
Nasal voice.

mithyāyoga मभर्थमामोग
Unusually or contrarily interaction of sense organs with their respective objects in accordance with time

mitrapañcaka मभत्रऩञ्चक
A group of five drugs used to test the bhasmas- Fusion mixture

mlānaliṁgam म्रानमरगॊ भ ्
Loss of erection of penis

mlānam म्रानभ ्
Wretchedness, pathetic

mlānatā म्रानता
Languor, Lethargic, faded, flabby

mlāyī dṛṣṭi maṇḍala म्रामी दृत्ष्ट भण्डर
Bluish yellow pupil

mlāyinīlaṁ darśanaṁ म्रातमनीरॊ दशनश ॊ
Yellowish blue circular patch appearance before eyes.

modaka भोदक
A synonym of vaṭi with variation in the size a quantum of solid dose form – little bigger than the vaṭi

moha hṛdayaṁ भोह रृदमॊ
Bradycardia or weak heart beat

moha भोह
Disorientation, Because of the sharpness property of poison, it overwhelms the mind (produces disorientations) and tends to disintegrate the marmas (vital points).

mohaḥ भोह्
confused state of mind that does not lead to correct perception

mohana भोहन
Loss of consciousness, Delusion, Distraction

mohayati भोहमतत
produces stupidity

mokṣa hanū भोऺ हनू
Dislocation of Jaw

mokṣa purīṣam भोऺ ऩयु ीषभ ्
Loose motion

mokṣa भोऺ
Salvation: liberation, cessation from worldly existence or transmigration, the fourth mansion to achieve the goal of life

mṛditai iva भर्ृ दतै इि
Pressing type of pain

mṛditvaṁ iva भर्ृ दत्िॊ इि
Pressing pain

mṛdu vīrya भदृ ु िीमश
Mild Potency

mṛdu भदृ ु
Softness/mildness; One of the 20 gurvadi gunas. Caused due activated akash & jala; denotes physiological & pharmacological softness & mildness; causes relaxation; relieves burning sensation.

mṛdupāka भदृ ऩु ाक
Diminished digestive power

mṛdupāka भदृ ऩु ाक
Completion of the Process in early than the optimal stage

mṛdusparśa भदृ स्ु ऩशश
Soft touch

mṛdyamān iva भद्ृ मभान ् इि
Pressing type of pain

mṛgā भगृ ा
Animal which grazes around in search of food.

mriyate śvāsen मम्रमते श्िासेन ्
In the fourth impulse of animal poisoning the animal dies because of the failure of respiratory system.

mṛjāvarjana भजृ ािजनश
Avoiding cleanliness of the body

mṛt icchā भतृ ् इच्छा
Fond of Mud

mṛta भतृ
Killed/ complete reduction of material / incinerated bhasma of metals & minerals

mṛtasañjīvam भतृ सञ्जीिनभç
Mṛta saṁjīvan is an ancient classical therapy through which the life of even an almost dead person can be regained. This therapy can be used to nullify the toxic effects of almost all the types of toxins.

mṛtsna भत्ृ स्न
Soft, Sticky

mṛudu koṣṭha भदृ ु कोष्ठ
A physiological type of Koṣṭha produced because of the dominance of Pitta. The individual with this type of Koṣṭha passes soft bowels and has good digestive ability.

mṛutpātra भत्ृ ऩात्र
an earthen pot used for processing & storing the material

mūartadravyāṇi भतू द्रश व्माणण
embodied material having physical form

mūḍha ucchāsa भढू उच्छास
Restricted expiration

mūḍhasaṁjñatā भढू सऻॊ ता
Loss of consciousness

mūḍhatā adhovāyu भढू ता अधोिामु
Suppression of flatus

mūḍhatva भढू त्ि
Loss of knowledge; Foolishness

mudrā भद्रु ा
Sealing all sides using specified materials

muhu muhu भहु ु भहु ु

muhuḥbaddhaṁmuhuḥ dravaṁ purīṣapravarta भहु ु्फद्धॊभहु ु्द्रिॊ ऩयु ीषप्रितनश भ ्
Alternate Constipation and loose motions frequently

muhuḥbaddhaṁmuhuḥśi thilaṁ purīṣapravarta भहु ु्फद्धॊभहु ु्मशधथरॊ ऩयु ीषप्रितनश भ ्
Alternate Constipation and loose motions frequently

muhurmuha भहु ुभहुश
Administration of medicine again and again, either with the food or with out food. This method should be adopted in cases of repeated bouts of dyspneo, cough, hiccup and vomiting.

muhurmuhuḥ śironyāsaḥ भहु ुभहुश ु् मशयोन्मास्
The symptom where repeated jerks of the head (frequent dropping of the head) are seen if the quadruped is bitten by a poisonous animal.

mūkamūṣā भकू भषू ा
A kind of crucible

mūkatvaṁ भकू त्िॊ

mukhage tvoshthchimichima— मुखगे त्वोष्ठचिमिचिमा
A prickling sensation occurs on the lips when poisonous food enters the mouth.

mukhage tvoṣṭhacimicimā भखु गे

mukhaṁ भखु ॊ
Mouth, Face, Opening

mukhapicchilatvaṁ भखु वऩत्च्छरत्िॊ
Mucoid coating in the mouth

mukhasandaśa भखु सन्दश

mukhāt raktaṁ भखु ात ् यततॊ
Bleeding from mouth

mukhavādya icchā भखु िाद्म इच्छा
fond of musical instruments played by mouth

mukt¡ sandhi भतु ता सत्न्ध
Looseness of joints

mukta tvak भतु त त्िक्
Snake which has recently molted.

muktamāṁsatā भतु तभाॊसता
Muscular wasting

muktanālaṁ guda भतु तनारॊ गदु
Prolapsed rectum

muktva keet visham tdhhi shitenabhipravardhate — मुक्त्वा कीटविषं तद्धि शीतेनाभिप्रवर्धते
As a rule poisons are treated with remedies which have cold property. keet Vish (insect venom) is an exceptions as it increases with use of cold.

muktvā kīṭaviṣaṁ taddhi śītenābhipravardhate भतु त्िा कीटविषॊ तद्धध

mūla dravya भरू द्रव्म
Causative substances that are said to be the cause of manifestation of all other substances; Synonym of Karana Dravya.

mūla भरू

mūlajāni sthirāṇi ca भरू जातन त्स्थयाणण च
It is a group of poisons of immobile origin in which poison is especially present in its roots.

mūlam भरू भ ्

mūlini भमू रतन
A group of 16 plants whose roots are used indicated for Paṁchakarma therapy.

muñcati भञ्ु चन
To propel

muncati भन्ु चतत

mūrcchā भच्ू छाश
Partial loss of consciousness; Fainting; Unconsciousness

mūrcchāya भच्ू छाशम

murcchita — मूर्च्छित
1. A process of mercury in which natural impurities present in mercury have to be removed.
2. The quality of mercury in eliminating diseases.

mūrcchita भत्ू च्छश त
1. One of the processes of mercury in which natural impurities present in the mercury is to be removed.

mūrdhā भधू ाश

mūṣā भषू ा
Used in the preparation of Bhasma, extraction etc.

muṣita darśanaṁ भवु षत दशनश ॊ
Blurred vision

mūṣodara भषू ोदय
Inside the crucible- charged crucible

muṣṭinipīḍanaṁ भत्ु ष्टतनऩीडनॊ
Closed fist

mūtra prakāśam भत्रू प्रकाशभ ्
Smell of urine

mūtra varga भत्रू िगश
Class of urine sourced from different animals.

mūtra भत्रू
One of the liquid form of Āhāra-mala. Urine. Function of Mūtra is to carry away Kleda (watery waste) from the body.

mūtradaśaka भत्रू दशक
Class of urine sourced from ten animals; sheep, Buffalo, Elephant, Camel, Goat, Horse, Donkey, Men, Women.

mūtragandhi भत्रू गत्न्ध
Smell of Urine

mūtramārgeṇa raktaṁ भत्रू भागेण यततॊ
Bleeding through urinary tract

mūtrapañcaka भत्रू ऩचॊ क
Class of urine sourced from following five animals; Cow, Goat, Sheep, Donkey, Buffalo.

mūtrasaṁgrahaṇīya भत्रू सग्रॊ हणीम
Ischuretics; substances used to reduce volume of urine.

mūtrasrotorodha भत्रू स्रोतोयोध
Obstruction of urinary passage

mūtrāṣṭaka भत्रू ाष्टक
Class of urine sourced from following Eight animals; Cow, sheep, Buffalo, Elephant, Camel, Horse, Donkey, Goat.

mūtratulyagandha भत्रू तल्ु मगन्ध
Smell of Urine

mūtravirajanīya भत्रू वियजनीम
Urinary pigment restorers; substances used to impart normal color to the urine.

mūtravirecanīya भत्रू वियेचनीम
Diuretics; substances used to increase volume of urine.

mūtrayutaḥ pāk paścāt vā शक्रु प्रितनश ॊ भत्रू मतु ् ऩाक् ऩश्चात ् िा"
Ejaculation before with or after micturation

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