Do you have a propensity to be overweight? Do you sleep for a lot of hours, yet wake up unrefreshed? Do you feel stiff and sluggish, particularly in the morning? Are your skin and your hair oily? Do you experience pain in cool, humid weather? Is so, you need to balance your Kapha Dosha...
Ayurveda, which derives from ancient Vedic scriptures, is a 5,000-year-old medical ideology and philosophy based on the idea that we are all made up of different types of energy.
There are three Doshas in Ayurveda that describe the dominant state of mind/body: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. While all three are present in everyone, Ayurveda suggests that we each have a dominant Dosha that is unwavering from birth, and ideally an equal (though often fluctuating) balance between the other two.
If Doshas are balanced, we are healthy; when they are unbalanced, we develop a disorder commonly expressed by skin problems, impaired nutrition, insomnia, irritability, and anxiety.
Vata, pitta, and Kapha are all important to our biology in some way, so no one is greater than, or superior to, any other. Each has a very specific set of basic functions to perform in the body.
That said, when the Doshas are out of control, our wellbeing can be damaged. However, before we get into the particulars of each of the three doshas, it is helpful to understand their basic nature and their wider function in the natural world.
I’ve made a complete series of these three, one for each. This is The Kapha; the other two are also available.
The elements of the earth and water combine with the Kapha. Kapha then unites properties such as heavy, slow, and steady, but also soft, thick, hard, and cold. In the body, Kapha is liable for solidity and all structures as well as for the right volume of body fluids.
Kapha controls both the structure and lubrication in the mind and body. It regulates the weight, growth, lubrication of the joints and lungs, and the creation of all seven tissues—nutrient fluids, blood, at, muscles, bones, marrow, and reproductive tissue. Protection is the primary feature of Kapha.
They're calm, rooted, and genuine while Kaphas are in harmony. If Kaphas get out of control, they binge-eat and under-exercise, triggering weight gain and diabetes.
When Kapha is out of control, weight gain, excess mucous, lethargy, and nausea in the digestive tract can occur throughout the digestive tract. Stubbornness and commitment can become a matter for the emotional body. The unbalanced Kapha skin exhibits heavy oiliness, inflammation, cystic acne, blackheads, and large pores.
In this book, we'll dive deeper into what Kapha means, what throws Kapha out of balance, and how to identify the Kapha Dosha in your environment, in yourself, and in others.
With this book, I'm going to share with you everything you need to know in order to balance Kapha Dosha and use it to your overall vitality, joy, and well-being.
Reading this you'll discover:
✔️Kapha Doshas and Sub-Doshas
✔️Disorders Caused by Kapha Imbalance
✔️What Causes Kapha Dosha or Imbalance
✔️Ways to Deal with Kapha Dosha
✔️Kapha-Stabilizing Lifestyle Tips
✔️Clarification on Kapha Dosha and Fasting
✔️The Relation Between Kapha Dosha and Warm Foods
✔️Guidance on Different Kapha Diets
✔️What Tastes to Favor
✔️Foods that Pacify Kapha and What Foods to Avoid
✔️How to Eat for Kapha Balancing
✔️Kapha Friendly, Delicious Recipes
✔️Kapha Seasonal Guide
✔️Best Yoga Poses
✔️Ideal Oil Massage for Kapha Balancing
Just follow the book along, and you’ll reveal the easiest step-by-step routine to balance your Kapha Dosha by the end of it!
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