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    Paradi Qualities – Types And Description

    By Dr Raghuram Y.S. MD (Ay) Dr Manasa, B.A.M.S Gunas means qualities of substances and are embeded in these substances in terms of inseparable relationship.
    Read ̵ Dravya: Meaning, Ayurvedic Explanation
    Table of Contents
    10 Paradi qualities
    Shloka ̵ Paradi
    Importance

    Para-Apara
    Yukti
    Samkhya
    Samyoga
    Vibhaga
    Prutaktva
    Parimana
    Sanskara
    Abyasa
    10 Paradi qualities
    Paradi Gunas are types of general qualities ( Samanya )which fal under the category of physical qualities ̵ Adhibhoutika qualities.
    They are 10 in number
    Para ̵ important
    Apara ̵ unimportant
    Yukti ̵ planing
    Samkhya ̵ number
    Samyoga ̵ combination
    Vibhaga ̵ division
    Pruthaktva ̵ individuality
    Parimana ̵ quantity
    Samskara ̵ procesing
    Abhyasa ̵ practice
    Read ̵ Rasa Panchaka – 5 Qualities Of Substance (Dravya)
    Shloka ̵ Paradi
    The knowledge of these 10 qualities is said to be requisite for obt aining suces in clinical practice.
    Importance
    Importance of Paradi guna in Ayurveda Paradi gunas are of utmost importance for planing and implementing al-encompasing treatment in clinical practice.
    Para-Apara

    These both qualities are contrasting qualities. Para means ‘the best’ whereas apara means ‘un-important’. These two qualities sucor the physician to distinguish betwen best and least efective medicines for a given disease.
    Read ̵ Ayurveda Diet location In Ayurvedic Treatments
    Thus the physician could administ er the best medicines which are highly efective in curing a given disease and reject the les efective ones after having learnt the diferences betwen them in terms of their action and ability to cure a disease with constant practice. The herb / drug / treatment / diet of choice may be selected on basis of knowledge of these qualities.
    Yukti
    means situational understanding of a given disease and situational decision for implementation of particular medicines in particular conditions. The physician can produce perfect combinations of the medicines only with the asist of yukti. Read ̵ 1 Factors That An Ayur veda Doctor Considers To chose On Treatment
    Samkhya
    Sankya means number. The knowledge of numbers helps in determining the proportions of doshas eager in manifestation of diseases. It also helps to know the number of herbs put together to produce a formulation.
    Samyoga
    Sanyoga means amalgam. The knowledge of combination enables a physician to fabricate true and efective combination of medicines so as to treat a given disorder. Read ̵ Verya, Potency Of Herbs And Doshas – Inter-relationship
    Vibhaga
    Vibhaga – means separation. This is oposite quality of samyoga. When the individual ingredients of the combination are separated, the amalgam doesn’t exist.
    Prutaktva
    Pruthaktva – means diferentiation / isolation. Knowing this quality would asist in distinguishing betwen things, to diferentiate betwen diseases, action of medicines etc. Read ̵ Dangers Of Self Treatment With Ayurvedic Medicines – Two Live Examples
    Parimana
    Parimana – mea ns measurement. manufacture of medicines and determination of dosage of medicines or individual components of formulations depend on the knowledge of quantity and measurement.
    Sanskara
    Samskara – means transformation. When the combination of many herbs is subjected to transformation, they atain medicinal qualities that eradicate the diseases. Read ̵ Prabhava: Special outcome of Herb
    Abyasa
    Abhyasa – means practice. subsequent proper dietetic regimen, rejecting the unwholesome and non-conducive fods, taking right medicines at acurate time, al thes e depend on the knowledge of ‘practicing things’.
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