Pitta Balancing Herbs

Hey! Maggie here. Your most recent results for the Ayurvedic Profile quiz indicate a pitta imbalance. Have you considered adding.


Hey! Maggie here. Your most recent results for the Ayurvedic
Profile quiz indicate a pitta imbalance. Have you considered adding herbs to your daily
routine for better health and balance? Here’s why you might want to! Too much pitta dosha, aka elevated pitta,
means that pitta characteristics are amplified to the point that it’s likely causing problems. These large amounts of hot, sharp, wet, and
intense qualities can cause specific manifestations in the body and mind. Cue heartburn, inflammation, rashes, or being
quick to anger… just to name a few. So how can we use herbs for balancing pitta? You might already know that in Ayurveda, anything
and everything can be can be a resource for encouraging your optimal state of health,
if thoughtfully applied. …Anything? Yes! Food, drink, people, environments, colors,
textures, thoughts… no substance or experience is excluded. Herbs are definitely, and traditionally, a
primary tool for supporting your best mind/body experience. The key to balancing pitta, and all doshas,
is all about opposites. And that’s exactly what pitta-balancing
herbs offer – the taste and effects that are opposite the qualities of pitta. With the support of herbal allies, you’ll
be feeling like a balanced pitta – nourished, calm, cool, and balanced. Thanks, Plants! If you’re new to using herbs the perfect
place to start is the Pitta Balancing Bundle. It’s a super pitta-soothing starter pack
that will encourage a healthy balance of pitta dosha allllll over. To learn more about how to use these products
be sure to watch our video. That’s it for now! For more personalized product recommendations
head back to your Ayurvedic Profile. If you have any questions, leave us a comment
below. Thanks for watching! Your results
Medicine Power of herbs
Pitta herbs Hey! Maggie here. Your current Ayurvedic Profile results indicate
a pitta imbalance. Ayurveda recommends herbs as a tool to bring
more health and balance into your life. Here’s why you might want to consider adding
herbs to your daily routine. In Ayurveda, the medicine for what ails you
can be anything – food, drink, people, environments, colors, textures, thoughts… no substance
or experience is excluded. None! The key to finding the RIGHT medicine for
you is all about opposites. Take pitta for example: With a pitta imbalance,
you may be noticing the effects of too much inflammation, hyper-acidity, irritability,
sharp appetite, loose stools… these are just some possibilities. Think of your health like a see-saw: when
you are balanced, feeling healthy, vibrant, and alive, your see-saw is perfectly level. Sort of levitating in the air, no side up
or down compared to the other. But think about when pitta is elevated–
one end of the see-saw is way up in the air. To balance, we apply the opposite. If it’s way up, we gotta bring it back down. Qualities that are opposite pitta are dry,
cool, heavy, sweet. You can use these key words as parameters
for finding the right herb for you. If you’re new to using herbs the perfect
place to start is the Pitta Balancing Bundle.

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