Rechana Spices & Herbs

What are Rechana Spices & Herbs – Rechana Karma is defined as the process in which Malas or Doshas either digested (Pakwa) or undigested (Apakwa) is eliminated through lower gut after converting them to watery form.

The pharmacological action or karma that removes the contents of the body especially through the intestines in a liquid state through the natural orifices situated below (anus and urethra) then such an activity is known as rechana karma.

Karma primarily means and indicates its action or work. As per ayurveda, plants (herbs & spices) are living entities with the potency to affect us not only physically, but also energetically, mentally, and spiritually.

Some plants are simple and have singular actions. Some are complex and have many potential actions, or karmas.

There are many ways to group herbs and spices by action. For example, herbs can be grouped by their action on different tissues and organs or by their therapeutic action. This means grouping by their being “nutritive“, “rejuvenative” & “regenerative“.

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