Aakash (ether), vayu (air), Agni (fire), jal (water), prithvi (earth).
Vat (air), Pitta (fire), Kapha (phlegm)
Ras (Chyle), Rakt (blood), Maas (flesh), Med (fat), Asthi (bone), Majja (Marrow), Shukra (semen/female reproductive tissue).
Pureesh (Stool), Mutra (urine), others like kesh (hair), Nakh (nails), Kha-mal (wastes of the empty spaces in our body like ear wax, sputum, nasal discharge).
Different body channels.
Vital points in human body.
Ayurved has vast information about dietetics, what to eat, when to eat, how much to eat and many other do`s and don`ts which modern treatment therapies lack. Ayurved teaches us the regime that one should follow in day to day life and also in changing weather.
The prakruti is a guideline to natural state and potential. The emotion and perception tends to fluctuate more than the physical characteristics do, and you need to take the test multiple times to get a true picture. In Ayurveda, a physician would take pulse three times before determining the prakruti.