Healing Herbs

Apart from the food options that you have, some herbs are also known which can ease the issues of pitta dosha. These ‘Healing Herbs’ are very good pitta pacifiers like Amla, Neem, Ananta, Jambhira, Brahmi, Kamala, Guduchi, Gulaba, Amra, Chandana.
Shatavari, is one of the most powerful herb in Ayurvedic medicine. It has both cooling and soothing properties.

Syrups can also be made from these herbs, diluted with water and relished 2-3 times a day.

Gulkand, an antioxidant prepared using rose petals and sugar is also known to reduce heat and burning sensation in the body when taken on an empty stomach with milk. ‘Mahatiktaka Gritham’ is a powerful remedy, effective with people having Pitta imbalance.
These imbalances of vatta, pitta and kapha in Ayurveda, are known to form the ‘body type’, rather ‘nature’, to be more precise, of the human body. So if you know your nature or body type, you can easily fight back or cure your body issues. Ayurveda helps us embrace our nature and compare it with the current state of balance to get started your path of complete well-being. By knowing our nature, we become aware of our natural strengths and understanding our health.

Because ultimately, the most important thing is to stay healthy and mindful!

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