Pitta Dosha - Learn how to balance your Pitta Dosha
How is a balanced Pitta person? A typical Pitta person has a medium sized body, and a good appetite and doesn’t like to skip any meals. A Pitta person is dynamic and goal oriented. A balanced Pitta person is warm, very intellectual, fearless, and has a strong digestion. How is an unbalanced Pitta person? A […]
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In an ongoing effort to detox my body from the long term antibiotics I was on for Lyme Disease, I started dry skin brushing a few months ago, and wanted to share the benefits I've noticed and how I do it in case you wanted to give it a try yourself.
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Pitta Types; Pachaka, Ranjaka, Sadhaka, Alochaka, Bharajaka
Piita is a Sanskrit word means illumination often associated with the brilliance, which radiates from fire. The elements fire and water combine to form Pitta dosha. It is the principle of transformation energy. It governs heat, digestion, and metabolism. Ayurvedic Pitta types The five types of Pitta include,