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According to Ayurveda hot days of summer from June to September is a Pitta season. Pitta dosha is 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.
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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 Organic milk and ghee, grains like rice are all excellent choices. Avoid sour foods like sour cream, vinegar and ketchup, and pungent dishes. Cook with cooling spices and herbs such as mint, fennel, anise, and cardamom. Hydrate your body by drinking room temperature or warm spice waters, coconut water, sweet rose Lassi, or salty cumin Lassi. Stay away from ice-cold beverages.
Lifestyle: Protect from the summer heat and balance work with leisure. Avoid deadlines and stress at work and plan a vacation for the summer or enjoy fun activities on weekends and take time to enjoy life, your garden or neighborhood parks, and walking trails. Enjoy outdoors with friends and family.
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.
Massage with Cooling Pitta Oil: 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.
Herbs: Pump up digestion with Triphala plus.
In summer, toxins can build up in the liver. This can manifest in a number of ways, from emotional irritability to sensitive skin that over-reacts to the sun, insects, or heat. Triphala Plus is formulated to balance and strengthen the liver while gently removing toxins. Keeping the elimination system running smoothly is especially important in the summer months when constipation can result in heat build-up in the tissues.
Now offering Ayurvedic Consultations
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Vaidya Navneet Nigam is the scientific officer & Ayurvedic practitioner with Padmashri Naturals Inc. for 3 years. He is also a member of the AAC (Ayurveda Association of Canada).
Vaidya Navneet Nigam completed his BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine & Surgery) from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, India.
He has worked with reputed Ayurvedic companies in India and has hands-on experience in the formulation of traditional Ayurvedic medicines. He has practical training in panchakarma therapies and treatment plans.
Vaidya Navneet uses his expertise of working in allopathic hospitals in developing a specialized plan for his patients using the pharmaceutical medication in combination with the Ayurvedic remedies.
Here are some of his services:
- Counseling, pulse diagnosis, diet & weight management
- Detox & skin ailments
- Pain management & digestive management & metabolic disorders
- Chronic diseases management
- Male sexual health Please feel free to ask if you have any queries. Consultation can be arranged in person as well as online.
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