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Malabsorption syndrome is a condition i which there is no proper digestion, absorption and assimilation of food in the gastrointestinal tract

Marijuana - a slang word for cannabis containing high THC terpene concentrations

Meiotic - a compound that dilates the pupils

Menorrhagia - excessive menstruation

Metabolism Is the sum of all the biophysical and chemical processes through which living organisms function and maintain life.  Also the transformation of substances such as ingested food by which energy is made available for the use of the organism

Micturation - urination

Mitral Disease - disorder of the valve in the heart between the left auricle and ventricle

Monoacylglycerol lipase (MAGL):  enzyme that cleaves 2-AG.  Inhibitors of its activity may enhance or prolong its effects.  (9)

Mucilage - water soluble sugar derivatives

Myalginal - muscle pains

Mydriatics - herbs which cause dilation of the pupil

Myotics - herbs which cause the contraction of the pupil

 

N

Narcotics - powerful anodyne hypnotics

Nascent - a term applied to gaseous substances at the moment they are formed in a chemical reaction, or liberated from a solution.  Being born; coming into existence; beginning to develop

Nasya - our noses are the doorway to the brain and our consciousness.  Nasal administration of medication is called Nasya. Excess bodily humors accumulate in sinus, throat, nose or head areas and may be relieved through the nearest orifice, the nose.  

Necrosis - localized tissue death

Nephritis - inflammation of the kidney

Nervine - a compound that quiets nervous irritation

Nervous System - see sympathetic, parasympathetic, autonomic

Nutrients - herbs which promote nutrition

 

O

Ophthalmia - inflammation of the mucous membrane covering the eye

Osteomyelitis - inflammation of the bone marrow

Otorrhea - a discharge from the outer ear

Ozena - a chronic, fetid nasal discharge

 

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Paachaneeya - aids with digestion

Palpation is the act of feeling with the hand. A light finger application on body surface to determine the consistency of the parts beneath

Panchakarma - is a five-fold internal purification measure.

Parasympathetic Nervous System - this division of the autonomic nervous system that goes into action when the body is faced with a non-emergency situation (for instance, the digestion of a meal).  Essentially, it does the opposite of the sympathetic nervous system. The two systems are reciprocally innervated, and respond to one another. For instance if the sympathetic nervous system stimulates the heart too much, the parasympathetic nervous system will respond by slowing it down.  The parasympathetic nervous system is somewhat more selective and specialized than its counterpart. Unlike the sympathetic nervous system, it is quite capable of stimulating only one organ or gland at a time, without affecting any others. For instance, the parasympathetic nervous system can stimulate the tear ducts when one is sad or distraught, without producing any other physiological effects.  See: Autonomic Nervous System, Sympathetic Nervous System.

Parkinsonism is a neurologic disorder characterized by tremors, muscle rigidity and slow movements

Pathogenesis is the origination and development of a disease

Parturient - a substance that induces labor

Parturition - labor, giving birth

Pectoral - an agent that relieves chest infections

Percussion is the act of striking a bodily part with short, sharp blow as a diagnostic aid that reveals the condition of that great of body

Peristalsis is the rhythmic contraction of smooth muscle that forces food through the digestive tract

Pessary - a vaginal suppository

Pharyngeal - pertaining to the pharynx (musculomembranous sac behind the mouth)

Pharyngitis is throat inflammation

Phosphaturia - the presence of phosphates in the urine

Phthisis - 1. any disease characterized by emaciation and weakness -  2. pulmonary tuberculosis

Phytocannabinoids - Naturally occurring cannabinoids before heat is applied to the plant; The plant naturally makes a full spectrum of these compounds;To date scientist can claim nearly 200 compounds, some say up to 400 cannabinoid compounds such as CBD-A and THC-A.

Physiognomy is the study of facial features

Pitta - one of the three Dosha, the bile humor, and is responsible for body temperature and physicochemical metabolism.

Pityriasis - a skin condition characterized by the presence of fine scales

Poultices - are topical applications of fresh herbs used to aid muscle and bone injuries.

Polyphenols - are reducing agents, and together with other dietary reducing agents, such as vitamin C, vitamin E and carotenoids, referred to as antioxidants, protect the body's tissues against oxidative stress and associated pathologies such as cancers, coronary heart disease and inflammation. Polyphenols in tea include catechins, theaflavins, tannins and flavonoids.

Prakruti - the Unconscious, material-energy principle, the inherent relationship between self and matter.

Prana is the vital energy or life energy which activates the body and mind. Prana is responsible for the higher cerebral functions and the motor and sensory activities.  The prana located in the head is the vital prana, while prana which is present in the cosmic air in nutrient prana. There is a constant exchange of energy between vital prana and nutrient prana through respiration.  During inspiration the nutrient prana enters the system and nourishes the vital prana. During expiration subtle waste products are expelled.

Prebiotic:  a plant food, usually rich in inulin and/or fructooligosaccharides, that promotes beneficial enteric bacteria.   (9)

Probiotics:  a food (sauerkraut, yogurt, kefir) or dietary supplements that supplies beneficial bacteria (Bifidobacteria, Lactobacilli) to the colon.  (9)

Prolapse - a falling down of a part

Prolapsus Ani - a condition in which the lower part of the intestinal tract extrudes through the external anal sphincter

Prolapsus Uteri - downward displacement of the uterus

Prurigo - a chronic skin condition characterized by severe itching and the presence of small, deep-seated skin elevations, especially about the knees and elbows

Psoriasis - a chronic inflammatory skin disease characterized by reddish patches covered with white scales, it may affect the knees, elbows, or scalp

Psychosomatic pertains to the mind-body relationship and having bodily symptoms of a psychic, emotional or mental origin

Ptosis is an abnormal condition of one or both upper eyelids in which the eyelid droops

Purgatives - eliminate the impurities from our lower body

Purulent - characterized by the presence or formation of pus

Pyemia - the presence of fever-producing microorganisms circulating in the blood, accompanied by abscesses which form wherever they lodge

 

Q

(q.v.) - which see

 

R

Rachitic - having or pertaining to rickets

Rachitis - rickets

Rakta - second of seven dhatus, supported by rasa, responsible for nourishment, physical strength, color, blood, the basis of life.

Rasa - first of seven dhatus, derived from food digestion, responsible for providing nutrition to each and every cell, plasma.

Rasayana - rejuvenation therapy which regenerates body-mind, prevents decay, postpones ageing.

Refrigerant - a cooling agent cooling; also refers to something that relieves thirst

Resolvent - dissolves and removes tumors

Relaxant - relieves strain or tension

Rheumatism is any of a large number of inflammatory conditions of joints, ligaments or muscle characterized by pain or limitation of movement

Rhinitis is inflammation of the nose mucus membrane

Rickets (rachitis) - Vitamin D deficiency resulting in improper bone formation of decalcification

Rishis are seers of truth. Discovered in meditation.

ROB - thickened juice of ripe fruit mixed with honey or sugar to the consistency of syrup

Rubefacient - increases circulation

 

S

Samadhi is a state of equilibrium of supreme joy and bliss

Scabies is a contagious skin disease characterized by skin itching and peeling

Sciatica is the inflammation of the sciatic nerve characterized by lower back pain whcih radiates down legs

Sedative - a compound that soothes the nervous system

Scrofula - tuberculosis affecting the lymph nodes in the neck area

Scurvy - a nutritional disease due to a deficiency of vitamin C characterized by weakness, capillary fragility, and spongy gums

Sepsis - same as septicemia

Septicemia - an infection characterized by the presence of microorganisms and their toxins in the bloodstream

Shingles - herpes zoster

Shukra - is the last of the seven dhatus, refers to male reproductive tissue

Sialogogues - herbs which excite the salivary glands

Sinus is a cavity within a bone

Soporifics - herbs which cause sleep

Sphincter - a muscle that opens and closes an orifice

Spondylosis is a spine condition characterized by fixation or stiffness of vertebral joint

Stimulants - herbs which increase functional activity

Stomachic - strengthens or tones stomach, promotes appetite, and aids digestion.

Stomachics - stimulates the stomach

Strain - refers to the genetic makeup, medicinal, and psychoactive effects of a particular strain; For example: Chemdawg, Blue Dream, Kush;  There are now nearing 10k names made from various genetic combinations akin to the wine industry

Styptic - stops hemorrhaging and bleeding

Styptics - herbs which stop hemorrhage powerfully

Sudorifics - herbs which produce profuse persperation

Sukha - means “happiness” in Sanskrit

Sulphozone - a defunct proprietary medicine

Sympathetic Nervous System - the division of the autonomic nervous system that acts as a sort of “red alert” system that goes into action when one is faced with an emergency situation.  If the sympathetic nervous system is stimulated (or conversely, if the parasympathetic nervous system is depressed), the heart beats faster and the blood pressure rises.  The blood that is near the skin or in the stomach area rushes to the muscles tissues, this preparing the individual for evasive or defensive action (fight or flight). The individual may become pale due to the blood leaving the skin area, but this means there will be less blood loss if physical injury is sustained.  Digestion is greatly slowed or stopped all together, as the body gathers all of its resources for the crisis of the moment. The sympathetic nervous system was intended to help one cope with infrequent, emergency situations. However, the tensions of modern living sometimes force this system to work overtime, resulting in chronic high blood pressure, nervousness, and other adverse health problems.  See: Autonomic Nervous System, Parasympathetic Nervous System.

Synagogue - an agent that promotes saliva flow

 

T

Taenicides - herbs which kill tape worms

Tannins - bitter plant biomolecules containing polyphenols that reduce diarrhea, bleeding, and secretions as well as proteins that make tissue tougher and less permeable; Their astringent effects are used to tighten mucous membrane making them less easily penetrated by infective organism.

Tea, Camellia sinensis - the most widely used tannin containing plant; If tea steeps too long, the tannins make tightening effects on the mouth, gums, and tongue with an aftertaste.

Tenesmus - painful straining to urinate or evacuate without success

Terpene - the building blocks of smell, taste, and medicinal qualities; these aroma molecules exist naturally in all plants and animals. They are volatile organic compounds that increase or decrease serotonin and dopamine production, speeds up THC absorption, alters moods, make fragrant oils.  They possess medicinal and synergetic properties that work better together than independently. Many plants contain multiple terpenes, others singular molecules.

Terpene lactones - ginkgolides, bilobalide neuroprotective and antioxidant properties

Terpenes - a chemical family of aromatic substances frequently found in volatile oils of plants  

Terpenoid:  the most common plant chemicals.  Monoterpenoids have 10 carbons, sesquiterpenoids 15, diterpenoids 20, triterpenoids 30, and so on, often responsible for odor, taste, and medicinal effects.  (9)

THC - Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol, the compound in cannabis that, when heated, produces a psychoactive effect; Isolated in 1967 to help with pain, nausea, spasms, and virus HIV.

THCA - The natural form of THC that lacks psychoactivity but maintains many therapeutic and medicinal properties.

Thoracic - pertaining to the chest area

Tic Douloureux (Trigeminal Neuralgia) - spasmodic facial neuralgia of the trigeminal nerve.  It is an exceedingly painful condition.

Tinctures - made by macerating and shaking herbs (usually powdered) in alcohol for several days, then filtering them                 

Tisane - a floral infusion

Tissue, Granulated - the red tissue, rich in capillaries, that forms in the early stages of healing

Tonics - herbs which tone up the system by stimulating nutrition

Topical - cannabis infused ingredients for external use only.

Transdermal - a method where botanical benefits are transferred externally, such as patches

Transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 (TRPV1):  transmembrane receptor channel activated by heat, acid, ethanol, and AEA; the site where capsaicin, the piquant component of chilli peppers is active.  (9)

Tridosha is the three bodily organizations: vata (air), pitta (fire) and kapha (water) which govern the psychosomatic activity of daily living.

Triphala - is an Ayurvedic preparation of amalaki, haritaki, bibhitaki

Trisplandhnic - refers to the sympathetic nerves

Triturate - to reduce to powder by rubbing, pulverize

Tumor - an abnormal tissue growth characterized by swelling or enlargement.  Tumors may be malignant (cancerous) or benign

 

U

Unctuous is having the nature, characteristic or quality of an ointment

Urticaria is a blood reaction of the skin, marked by the transient appearance of smooth, slightly-elevated patched which are redder or paler than the surrounding skin. This condition often is attended by severe itching.

 

V

Vata - is one of three doshas, the wind (air) is that force which keeps apha, pitta and all seven dhatus and malas in motion, responsible for voluntary and involuntary body movements.

Vermicides - herbs which kill intestinal worms

Vermifuges - herbs which expel intestinal worms

Vesicant - a substance producing a blister

Viscera - collectively refers to the organs and other physical parts which fill the body cavities

Vulnerary - an agent that increases healing.

Vulva - the external female genitalia

Vulvitis - inflammation of the vulva

Vulvovaginitis - inflammation of both the vulva and the vagina

 

W

Wen - sebaceous cyst

Wine Glass - 2 ounces

 

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Y

 

Z

Zyme - an obsolete term meaning fungus

Zymotic - pertaining to an infectious disease produced by a fungus

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