Pitta, one of the three Ayurvedic constitutions in Ayurveda, is a tricky dosha.
The diseases it produces are indicated by fever or burning sensation.
Inflammation and Infection.
Anger and irritability.
Therefore, what better way to cool the Pitta fire than by drinking a cooling vegetable juice?
In this post, I will show you how to make a fantastic pitta pacifying green juice so you can start reducing the uncomfortable signs of Pitta aggravation in your mind and body.
ARE YOU PITTA?
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Pitta dosha, according to Ayurveda, is oily, sharp, hot, light, unpleasant in odor, mobile, and liquid. These characteristics can be manifested in the way you talk, in your skin, and hair, in your digestion, and elimination.
The vitiation of this constitution, not only affects your body, but your mind can suffer its fiery power too.
For example, if you become too Pitta, then you can see signs of a sharp tongue, of becoming impatient, or having a short temper.
WHAT MAKES YOU PITTA AGGRAVATED?
Several external factors can vitiate a dosha. Whether it is Vata, Pitta, or Kapha, the way you live and eat greatly influence the internal balance of your body.
Things that can vitiate Pitta are:
- Too much sun
- Oily, hot and spicy food
- Too much coffee
- Toxic relationships
- Over exercising
WHAT HELPS PACIFY PITTA?
There are several ways to help you cool down if you are suffering from an aggravated Pitta dosha. One way is to include in your diet the intake of raw food and vegetable juices.
Please note that the green juice I suggest does not include fruit because the sweet taste tends to increase ama or toxic waste.
By drinking this healing green juice in the morning, you are dispeling toxins from your body, kindling your digestive fire, and pacifying the Pitta dosha.
This is the recipe!
HOW TO MAKE A PITTA GREEN JUICE
You can have this incredibly healing juice for breakfast or as part of my 5-Day Detox Program exclusive to my subscribers.
Monica Gisella xx