There are currently 13 terms in this directory beginning with the letter O.
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Rice preparation- Prepared with 5 parts of water and 1 part of rice. Prepared of well cleaned grains, devoid of water, well cooked and warm and light.
of mucous membranes of pharynx." ojas ओजस ्
The essence of all seven Dhātus, that is vital for life. Also indicates Bala (immunity). It is of two types: 1.Para that is present in the heart and, 2. Apara that is present all over the body. The ten attributes of Ojas are: Guru (heavy), Shīta (cold), Mṛdu (Soft), Ślakṣṇa (smooth), Bahala (abundant), Madhura (sweet), Sthira (stable), Prasanna (bright), Picchila (sticky), Snigdha (unctuous).
the substance or process which promotes immunity and vitality
ojasvin ओजत्स्िन ्
The daily activities and food which are adapted to the body by habitual use.
Burning sensation with sweating and restlessness. Localized burning sensation.
Those varieties of vegetable kingdom which are self destroyed soon after maturity of their fruit. Such as wheat, paddy, Sorghum etc which perish after harvesting
oṣṭha kṣepa ओष्ठ ऺेऩ
Angles of the mouth
oṣṭhasandaśanam ओष्ठसन्दशनभ ्
Biting of lips
Lips or Labia. Soft external structure that forms the boundary of the mouth.
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