Ojas is not described as dhatu because it does not nourish or support any tissue of the body. At the same time, it permeates all over the body and helps in preserving the vitality of whole body system. Hence it is classified as Updhatu of shukra. It is described as uttama (the best), and the very seat of life (Pranayatan). Loss of it can cause death. Its deficiency leads to wasting and ageing of the body. Ojas is described to be specially deficient in patients suffering from Madhumeha (Diabetes Mellitus)

Characteristics of ojas

  • Somatmak (watery)
  • Snigdha (viscous)
  • Shukla (white)
  • Sheet (cold)
  • Sthira (stable)
  • Sara (flowing)
  • Vivikta (well selected)
  • Mridu (soft)
  • Mritsna (slimy)
  • Bala (strength)

Types of ojas

  • Para Ojas
  • Apara Ojas

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