Pitta Dosha Explained: 8 Characteristics Of Pitta Explored

Pitta is the second most important dosha, the only dosha in the body that brings warmth and heat. Kapha and Vata both have a tendency toward coldness. Let’s look at how ancient texts described pitta dosha – सस्नेहमुष्णं तीक्ष्णं च द्रवमम्लं सरं कटु| विपरीतगुणैः पित्तं द्रव्यैराशु प्रशाम्यति||६०|| Mildly unctuous, warm, and sharp, liquid, acidic, moves … Read more

Your Guide To An Ayurvedic Oral Hygiene Routine: 6 Daily Rituals For Tooth & Gum Vitality

If you’re after a holistic approach to your oral hygiene routine, you’re in the right place. In this article, we are going to shine a light on the Ayurvedic approach to oral health. We will explore 6 Ayurvedic Oral Hygiene Routine Rituals: Herbal tooth powder  Oil Pulling Herbs that you can use for tooth health … Read more

The Ideal Kapha Diet | Eating For Your Dosha

Kapha dosha is a metabolic pattern characterized by coldness, heaviness, and moisture. To balance this dosha, you need something that brings opposite balancing properties to the body, like the warmth, lightness, and dryness. Let us look at some of the important points to balance the Kapha dosha through food: Kapha Dosha Diet Tips Kapha Friendly … Read more

Tongue Scraping: 4 Benefits & How To

Open wide! Did you know that your tongue can build up just as much bacteria as your teeth? Although the bacteria on your tongue won’t cause cavities, keeping your tongue clean is still a major component of oral health that should not be overlooked. But is the ancient Ayurvedic technique known as tongue scraping really … Read more

Kapha Dosha Explained: 10 Key Aspects Of Kapha Explored

Kapha Dosha is the mildest of the three Ayurvedic Doshas; Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. The Charak Samhita Sutra, a foundational ayurvedic text, describes Kapha as: गुरुशीतमृदुस्निग्धमधुरस्थिरपिच्छिलाः| श्लेष्मणः प्रशमं यान्ति विपरीतगुणैर्गुणाः||६१|| Heavy, cold, soft, unctuous, sweet, stable, and slimy, the properties opposite to these help to balance the kapha. Charak Samhita, Sutrasthana – 59-61 What is … Read more