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According to Ayurveda hot days of summer in June to September is a Pitta season. Pitta dosha is a one of the three psycho-physiological elements that govern the different activities of mind and body.

Composed of fire and water, Pitta dosha governs metabolism and transformation in the body, including digestion. Signs of an aggravated Pitta include excess stomach acid, heartburn, skin eruptions and irritability.If we already possess a Pitta prakriti ( nature), we are at an even higher risk of becoming out of balance.
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1. DIET:
Following a Pitta-pacifying diet can help keep this fiery element in balance. Eat more of the sweet, bitter and astringent tastes, and less of the sour, salty and pungent tastes. Sweet juicy fruits like melons, pears and grapes, vegetables like broccoli, cucumber and zucchini, dairy products like milk and Ghee and grains like rice are all excellent choices. Avoid sour foods like sour cream, vinegar and ketchup and spicy dishes. Cook with cooling spices such as mint, fennel, anise and cardamom.



1. 1 tsp cumin
2. 1 tsp fennel seeds
3. ¼ tsp black pepper corn
4. 1 Cardamom
5. Pulp made out of tamarind (soaked in water) or lemon juice
6. 1 Tsp crushed fresh ginger ½ cup mint leaves finely shredded
7. Black salt and raw sugar or any other sweetener of your choice

Method of preparation:

  • Grind the dry ingredients.
  • Add tamarind pulp, ginger, mint and dry spices to 4-5 glasses of filtered water.
  • Add a pinch of black salt. Strain herbs and add raw sugar as per taste.
  • Chill the beverage and enjoy this digestive beverage to improve appetite and beat summer heat.

2 LIFESTYLE: Protect from summer heat and balance work with leisure. Avoid long commutes and deadlines at work. If possible plan a vacation for the summer or enjoy fun activities on weekends and take time to enjoy life. Wear breathable natural fibers that have a cooling effect such as cotton and linen.


Swimming is wonderful for soothing Pitta dosha. Other water-based sports are also good choices. Leisurely evening strolls are relaxing for both mind and body. An occasional moonlight walk is especially soothing for Pitta-ruffled emotions. Try cooling Pranayama techniques like Sitali and Sitkari which are done by inhaling through mouth and exhaling through nose.


Self-massage will not only cool your skin but purify it as well. Padmashri cooling Pitta oil is prepared with pitta reducing herbs such as white sandalwood, amla, shatavari and Indian lotus in a base of cold pressed sesame oil to cool relax and pacify the body, alleviating the symptoms of Pitta dosha including heat irritation and inflammation.


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