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Panasa (Jackfruit) - in sanskrit with meaning

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Panasa
Panasa (Jackfruit)
Panasa (Jackfruit)

पनसः कण्टकिफलः श्वासहा गर्भकण्टकः
पनसं शीतलं पक्वं स्निग्धं पित्तानिलापहम् ॥१॥
Panasah Kannttakiphalah Shvaasahaa Garbhakannttakah |
Panasam Shiitalam Pakvam Snigdham Pitta-Anila-Apaham ||1||

Meaning:
1.1: Panasa (Jackfruit) is also called Kanttakiphala (literally meaning Thorny Fruit), Swasaha (literally meaning Expiration of Breath) and Garbhakantaka (literally meaning Thorny Womb),
1.2: Panasa (Jackfruit) when Ripe is Shitala (Cold), Snigdha (Literally means Slippery, Unctuous, Oily. It has the effect of making Wet or Moistening) and mitigator of Pitta (A Dosha in Ayurveda which is compared to the Sun [Heating Principle]. The qualities are heat, sharp acting, fluidity etc) and Anila (A Dosha in Ayurveda which is compared to Air (responsible for movement). The qualities are coldness, dryness, lightness etc),

Panasa (Jackfruit)

बल्यं शुक्रपदं हन्ति रक्तपित्तक्षतक्षयान्
आमं तदेव विष्टम्भि वातलं तुवरं लघु ॥२॥
Balyam Shukrapadam Hanti Raktapitta-Kssata-Kssayaan |
Aamam Tadeva Vissttambhi Vaatalam Tuvaram Laghu ||2||

Meaning:
2.1: It is Balya (Strength-Giving), enhancer of Sukra (Semen) and mitigates Raktapitta (Spontaneous Hemorrhage normally from mouth or nose), Kshata (Injury, Lacerated Wound) and Kshaya (Consumption, Depletion of Tissues, Tuberculosis),
2.2: Jackfruit when Unripe is Vistambhi (Food which causes Constipation), aggravates Vata (A Dosha in Ayurveda which is compared to Air (responsible for movement). The qualities are coldness, dryness, lightness etc), Tuvara (Tubara or Astringent taste) and Laghu (Light).


(from Madanapala Nighantu)

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Translated by greenmesg

List of Fruits:
- Amra (Mango)
- Dadima (Pomegranate)
- Draksha (Grapes)
- Jambu (Rose Apple)
- Kadali (Plaintain / Banana)
- Kharbuja (Musk Melon)
- Naranga (Orange)
- Narikela (Coconut)
- Nimbuka (Lemon)
- Panasa (Jackfruit)
- Peruka (Guava)
- Seva (Apple)

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