In the Indriya-samyutta (SN48) we often find statements like the one below:
“Mendicants, there are these five faculties. What five? The faculties of faith, energy, mindfulness, immersion, and wisdom. A noble disciple comes to truly understand these five faculties’ gratification, drawback, and escape. Such a noble disciple is called a stream-enterer, not liable to be reborn in the underworld, bound for awakening.” SuttaCentral
I understand the application of gratification, drawback, and escape to sensual pleasures etc. But what is meant by drawback of wisdom and the other faculties?