He must avoid (selling) condiments of all sorts, cooked food and
sesamum, stones, salt, cattle, and human (beings),
All dyed cloth, as well as cloth made of hemp, or flax, or wool, even
though they are not dyed, fruit, roots, and (medical) herbs
Water, weapons, poison, meat, Soma, and perfumes of all kinds, fresh
milk, honey, sour milk, clarified butter, oil, wax, sugar,
All beasts of the forest, animals with fangs or tusks, birds,
spirituous liquor, indigo, lack, and all one-hoofed beasts.
But he who subsists by agriculture, may at pleasure sell unmixed
sesamum grains for sacred purposes, provided he himself has grown
them and has not kept them long.