Ayurveda References with the Letter T
Takra - Buttermilk, a drink made from
mixing water with milk and churning.
Tamaka Svasa - An asthma type that
is catered for by various herbal remedies.
Tiksagni - Strong or increased digestive
Tiksna - Sharp, Hot, Fiery, Pungent,
according to Indian herbal medicine native language.
Tikta - A taste of bitter flavor.
Tri - Meaning ‘Three’.
Tridosha - The three ‘Doshas’.
Tridoshic - Adjective to ‘Tridosha’.
Triguna - Nature's three qualities as referred
to by Ayurveda health practices.
Triphala - An Ayurveda herb recipe made
from a selection of fruit mixed with three different herbs.
Trivrita - A health herbal remedy for purgation.
Tulasi - Holy Basil.
Tamas - Refers to darkness, inertia and the
materialistic attitude in herbal products’ texts.
Tanmatra - The subtle essence of the body's five
Tantra - A non Vedic
yoga practice leading to divine ecstasy through erotic and
sexual rites and practices. Known also as Kundalini Yoga,
the belief and practice of the Tantra are all based on the
theory of the Divine female power.
Tarpaka - One of the ‘Kapha’
sub types on which the Ayurveda care herbal remedies bases
part of its cures, based in one's head, is responsible for
the nourishing of the sensory organs enhancing the senses’
Tejas - An essence of ‘Pitta’,
this one of the five elements representing fire with the charachteristics
of light, brilliance and illumination.
Tri-Dosha - The combination of three
morbid substances found in the human body being; Vata, Pitta
Trikatu - Referring to the three pungents found
amongst the Ayurveda herb list, namely; the Shunti (dry ginger),
Pippali (Indian Long Pepper) and Maricha (Black Pepper).
Trishna - Meaning thirst.