Ama - Toxins, Undigested food-thoughts-feelings-emotions-relationships
chronic fatigue syndrome - CFS, chronic fatigue, chronic fatigue immune dysfunction syndrome (CFIDS),myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), post-viral fatigue syndrome (PVFS). Also see, fatigue, ojas, energy, virya, virya paramita, vata disorders, decrease vata
Dhatu (seven bodily tissues)
gas - bloating, burping, farting
Jyotish - Vedic astrology
Pharmacological terms - such as analgesic, anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, antiseptic, antispasmotic, antitussive, aprhrodisiac, atringent, calmative, cardiac, demulcent, diaphoretic, digestive, diuretic, emollient, expectorant, febrifuge, hypotensive, laxative, narcotic, nervine, purgative, sedative, stimulant, tonic, etc.
Pippali - Indian Long Pepper
Samadhi - meditation - passive, choiceless awareness. See also: passive choiceless awareness and relaxed focused awareness. See also Chan, Dhyana, Vipassana, Shamatha, calm abiding, Samadhi, Four Dhyanas, Dzogchen, Mahamudra and Chan or Zen, Chan School, Four Dhyanas, Four Formless Realms, Six Paramitas – dhyana samadhi, cultivation
teaspoon - tspn - In the United States one teaspoon is 1⁄3 tablespoon, 1⁄6 U.S. fl. oz. For nutritional labeling purposes on food packages in the U.S., the teaspoon is, by federal regulations, rounded to precisely 5 mL.
Ten Paramitas-Dasha Paramitas, Ten Perfections-Dana Paramita Perfection of generosity, Shila Paramita Perfection of Mortality, Kshanti Paramita Perfection of patience/renunciation, Virya Paramita perfection of joyful perseverance, Dhyana Paramita Perfection of choiceless awareness, Prajna Paramita Perfection of wisdom, Upaya Paramita Perfection of skillful means, Pranidhana paramita Perfection of vows, Bala Paramita Perfection of power, Adwaitya Paramita Perfection of non-duality.
Vacha - Calamus Root
Fair Use: Ron Epstein, Buddhism A to Z, Burlingame, California, Buddhist Text Translation Institute, 2003, and Vasant Lad, Textbook of Ayurveda, Ayurvedic Press, 2002, and many other sources (see Bibliography).
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