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Obeying in progressive order from the heaviest in nature to the more subtle. Rasa is the pure essence of ingested food, the byproducts of rasa (plasma) transforms into rakta and thus nourishing all the following dhatus (tissues) up to the shukra. The shukra is like the essence, the pure nectar of all previous fabrics . As if we extract the pure essence, or nutritious juice from a leaf. The dhatus (tissues) interact with each other through the spindles (channels) playing the role of transporting nutrients from one tissue to the other. What rasa could not absorb as nutrition had become our excretions (mala) as; Sweat, urine, feces, vata, pitha and kapha, dirt on the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, follicles on the hair and genitals and also hair, beard, mustache, and nails.
Our excretions (mala) play an essential role in balancing our tissues. When the bag is in imbalance due to its normal functioning, it will reflect on the performance of the tissues of our body and will show signs of aggravation and may generate states of imbalances and diseases. Ayurveda analyzes these biological functions and utilizes the intake of natural foods or medicines with hot or cold qualities depending on the imbalance, in order to return to its natural state of functioning.
All food ingested in a solid or liquid form, in which it is healthy for the individual according to its constitution and consumed properly, if the respective agnis are participating in a balanced way and consequently not affecting the srotas (channels), the dhatus (tissues) always Will develop in a healthy way, reflecting throughout the system promoting vitality, shine in the skin, lubrication of the joints, strength, energy and health for the whole body ie our body is a byproduct of how we feed and how we feed, Unbalance or balance generating either a state of health or a state of illness.
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