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sattva

(sahth´vah) [Sanskrit] according to ayurveda, the purest aspect of the three gunas, characterized by equilibrium; responsible for health and contentment of mind and body and associated with the mind, consciousness, or intelligence that maintains health.

sattva

adjective Harmonious (in the ayurvedic construct).
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