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Learn How to care for your #Kapha #Skin Type

Vata Skin Type: For vata skin abhyanga, or massaging the skin all over the body daily with sesame or olive oil for 20 minutes and then taking a bath with luke warm water helps to reduce dryness & flaking.

Kapha Legumes – Ayurveda Dosha

Legumes are generally astringent, which is one of the tastes that balances Kapha. Kapha can enjoy a wide variety of legumes, but they should generally be well-cooked and well-spiced to make them more digestible.

Fruits that pacify Kapha will generally be somewhat astringent and only mildly sweet. To help ensure optimal digestion, fruits and fruit juices are best enjoyed alone - 30 minutes before, and ideally at least 1 hour after, any other food.  www.banyanbotanicals.com

Fruits that pacify Kapha will generally be somewhat astringent and only mildly sweet. To help ensure optimal digestion, fruits and fruit juices are best enjoyed alone - 30 minutes before, and ideally at least 1 hour after, any other food.

Ayurveda Dosha Diet - Food is one of the most important aspects of living. We plan our day around it (or at least we should) and know that good nutrition is vital for good health. An Ayurvedic diet is personalised and wholesome. Once you have identified your Dosha (VATA, PITTA, KAPHA) and understood about it, its time to follow the correct balancing dosha diet. Here are basic food guidelines for your dosha(s) including carbohydrate/protein/fruit/vegetable division and the six tastes.

Ayurveda Dosha Diet - Food is one of the most important aspects of living. We plan our day around it (or at least we should) and know that good nutrition is vital for good health. An Ayurvedic diet is personalised and wholesome. Once you have identified y