(Sanskrit: Kama, "desire"; Duro from Dur, "bad" or "difficult," from Duristha – "very bad, difficult, or wicked"; Duro, "great crime or wickedness.") (But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it. - Genesis 2: 17).
In the human organism, Kamaduro corresponds to the uncontrolled sexual fire, the uncontrolled creative energy of Shiva (the Holy Spirit) brought into action by means of animal desire and which culminates in the emission of the sexual fiery fluid through the orgasm or sexual spasm.
Kamaduro originates the decomposition of the sexual creative energy through which Kama (desire) is expressed as karmic poison - death, in other words - as a lustful Duro (very bad), a destructive, uncontrollable force (for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die. - Genesis 2: 17).