Qualities Of Dosha

More about Dosha Qualities of Vata – तद्यथा- रौक्ष्यं शैत्यं लाघवं वैशद्यं गतिरमूर्तत्वमनवस्थितत्वं चेति वायोरात्मरूपाणि;  tadyathā- raukṣyaṃ śhaityaṃ lāghavaṃ vaiśadyaṃ gatiramūrtatvamanavasthitatvaṃ ceti vāyorātmarūpāṇi; Inherent qualities of Vata are Rauksyam – Dryness Shaityam – Feeling Cold Laghvam – Feeling light Vaisadyam – clarity, fluidity (as opposite of viscosity) Gati – Motion, speed Amurtya – Shapeless Anavasthit – … More Qualities Of Dosha

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Ritu Haritaki

Haritaki or Chebulic myrobalan is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda. It is said to be as gentle to the stomach, as a mother is to her child. It has qualities to pacify all 3 Dosha, therefore its consumption in different combinations is recommended in different seasons. For the first timer, dosage of … More Ritu Haritaki

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Asana According to Seasonal Ritucharya

Exercise routine or Asanas form an important part of healthy routine. But the relative strength and requirements of the body changes through the seasons. Effect of Ritu (seasons) on Dosha Dosha and Body State in Different Seasons Please find the Indicative list of Exercise Routine according to the seasonal changes. Exercise Routine According to Seasonal … More Asana According to Seasonal Ritucharya

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Use of Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables

According to Ayurvedic literature, fruits and vegetables grown in other than their natural season should be completely avoided. Every fruit or vegetable has a natural growth duration and environment from which it derives its natural properties and constitution. A fruit grown in unnatural duration and unnatural environment will have unnatural properties, which might not be … More Use of Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables

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Satmya

Satmya means something that is naturally favourable or comfortable for the body.  It is said that even if something is not compatible to the human body in general, after exposure for a long time, starting with small quantities; the body makes physiological changes to adapt itself to that particular substance. It can be anything, from … More Satmya

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