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न त्वहं कामये राज्यं न स्वर्गं नापुनर्भवम् । कामये दुःखतप्तानां प्रणिनां आर्तिनाशनम् ॥

Pitta people are bright and brilliant, intense and intelligent. They are very practical, doing what needs to be done with focus and determination. They tend to be ambitious and goal oriented, succeeding through sheer force of will. They are fair minded and logical, and can think through any problem step by step. They are forceful in their relationships, and communicate with directness. They tend to be organized, and their lifestyles are well paced and thought out. Physically, they are of moderate build, and usually have bright, intense eyes. Under stress, they tend towards frustration and anger.


Kapha people are loving, compassionate, and caring, often choosing lives of service. They have calm, patient, and stable personalities, and happily follow a regular routine. They enjoy the peace of home, and important to them in a stable and consistent way. They tend to be cautious, committing themselves only after

deliberation, but once they have committed they devote themselves entirely. They tend to avoid change, preferring instead the predictable. They tend to move slowly, and conserve their energy. Physically, they are strong and stout. Under stress, they tend towards lethargy, and may have grief or attachment.


2) Season – The year according to Ayurveda is divided into two kaals:


a) Aadaan kaal (Uttarayan) (Northern Solstice) &

b) Visarga kaal (Dakshinayaan) (Southern Solstice)

This division is done according to the position of the sun. Aadaan means taking away and visarga means giving. In aadan kaal, the sun and wind are powerful. The sun takes away the strength of the people and the cooling qualities of the earth. It is the debialiting period. strength is weakened . In Visarga kaal , the sun releases the strength to the people. The moon is more powerful, the earth becomes cooled due to the clouds, rain and cold wind.

Seasons and Doshas

Vata dosha accumulates during the dry or dehydrating heat of the summer .It becomes aggravated during the rainy season which causes weakened digestion, acidic atmospheric conditions, and gas produced from the earth.

Pitta accumulates during the rainy season due to the acidic conditions of the atmosphere and a weakened digestion. It is aggravated during autumn when the heat returns .This occurs after the cooling spell of the rainy season.

Kapha accumulates during the cold season due to the cold and damp caused by the winds, clouds, and rain. It gets aggravated during the spring when the warm weather liquefies the accumulating Kapha.


Here are a few seasonal Diet & Lifestyle guidelines:

Fall Routine
Massage the whole body with warm sesame oil 2-3 times a week (sesame oil is slightly warming).
Do yoga and qigong instead of swimming.
Keep yourself warm and well hydrated.
Make oatmeal your friend at breakfast and start your lunch with a warm bowl of soup, rather than salad.
Keep yourself warm and go to bed around 10 p.m.

Spring Routine

Take a brisk walk in nature or have a vigorous exercise routine.

Drink ginger tea in the morning and add more spices in your foods.

Eat baked, grilled, broiled foods with lot of spices, rather than steamed, sautŽed and bland foods.

Massage the body with sesame oil treated with ginger or mustard – once a week.


Summer Routine
Take early morning or moon light walks or swimming for exercise.
Eat fresh fruits and green veggies to cool the body.

Drink plenty of water.

Use coconut oil for massage once or twice a week (coconut oil is cooling).
Avoid going out in the hot sun.
Avoid staying up late at night.


How Diet & Nutritional Plan can Help Me?

It is found that with proper understanding of owns constitution followed by proper diet, exercise, yoga is extremely useful in prevention of various disorders viz…

• Cancer,


• High blood pressure,


• Asthma,


• Coronary heart disease,


• Obesity,


• Pain and nausea/vomiting related to chemotherapy,

• Insomnia,


• Diabetes

• Stomach and intestinal problems (including indigestion, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, diarrhea, ulcerative colitis, heartburn, and Crohn's disease)

• Menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, depression, and irritability


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