For the ones who know me well, you know Im a Pitta-Vata Girl. That means my mind is sharp and creative, my body petite and thin.
Creativity makes me feel alive, it takes me into different journeys with non stop in between. Launching my new Ayurvedic teas is something that makes my heart jump like a little girl in a trampoline. According to the principles of ayurveda, pitta is responsible for digestion, metabolism, immune function, and energy production. Excess pitta energy is said to be a factor in such health issues as acne, skin rashes, inflammation, heartburn, indigestion, arthritis, loose stools, and anxiety.
To balance pitta energy, practitioners of ayurveda often recommend a diet of foods and beverages that are believed to be cool or pacifying in nature. The diet may include raw green vegetables like lettuce, cucumber, and celery, bitter vegetables such as kale, collard greens, and broccoli rabe, and naturally sweet foods such as fruit and root vegetables.
Spicy, sour, salty, and pungent foods like chili peppers, garlic, coffee, horseradish, and lemons are typically avoided.
In addition to diet, ayurvedic practitioners may recommend a herbal tea containing a blend of herbs and spices intended to be cooling and pacifying for those with excessive pitta energy. Although there are many different blends, some of the ingredients that Ayurbeauty\’s blend includes are :
- Rose petals
The herbs in the tea are said to balance pitta energy and, in turn, promote healing from related health conditions.
WARNING: This pitta balancing tea is known to cause sharper mind and a sense of feeling cool. For Vata and Kapha body types …. stay tune… I also have something for You.
But if your Vata is too High and you cannot wait, text me at 407.617.9016.
My Kapha friends… don\’t worry… I will wake you up when your article comes up.