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tamas

/ta·mas/ (tah-mus´) [Sanskrit] according to ayurveda, one of the three gunas, characterized by inertia and responsible for stability, lethargy, and retentiveness in the mind and body.

tamas (tä·ms),

n in Ayurveda, the primordial quality (guna) of matter that is responsible for inertia. This guna is considered positive when it is in balance, but too much is thought to be unhealthy.
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