Your dosha profile 

Kapha

 

The word Kapha comes from the Sanskrit meaning ‘that which flourishes in water’. This mind-body type are reliable and loving, making an ideal best-friend, always ready with a hug. Your calm and steady nature makes you can excellent provider and team player. You might be described as a ‘quiet achiever’. Physically, you are well-built and nourished, with a smooth complexion and likely to have glossy hair and skin that ages well.

You tend to have a slow but steady appetite, love to sleep, and like your creature comforts. You don’t tend to thrive in cold, damp weather and may be prone to sluggish metabolism and a lack of motivation - especially if you eat too much sweet food.

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What does this mean?

The word Kapha comes from the Sanskrit meaning ‘that which flourishes in water’. This mind-body type are reliable and loving, making an ideal best-friend, always ready with a hug. Your calm and steady nature makes you can excellent provider and team player. You might be described as a ‘quiet achiever’. Physically, you are well-built and nourished, with a smooth complexion and likely to have glossy hair and skin that ages well. You tend to have a slow but steady appetite, love to sleep, and like your creature comforts. You don’t tend to thrive in cold, damp weather and may be prone to sluggish metabolism and a lack of motivation - especially if you eat too much sweet food.

Your dosha profile 

Pitta, Kapha

It looks like your dosha is a combination of pitta and kapha. It's important to remember that we have a combination of all three doshas in the body, but often one or two can be prominent.

Pitta-kapha is a powerful mind-body type. The body is sturdy and well-built, your immune system robust and stamina in all day-to-day activities is excellent. With a seemingly endless supply of energy, you pursue your goals relentlessly and can be stopped by almost nothing.

The body enjoys a very good health and endurance. Burdens due to too much work, eating the wrong food and stress only become noticeable after a few years of over-exploitation.

The mind is also marked by the duality of clarity and calmness, acumen and patience, determination and serenity. Many charismatic political and economic figures have a pitta-kapha mind-body type, which helps them to survive the strenuous managerial life with many trips, irregular meals and strenuous competition.

When two doshas are predominant in your constitution, it’s usually best to adapt your diet and lifestyle according to the season. In general as a kapha-pitta, follow a kapha-pacifying regimen during the winter, especially when the weather is cold and damp. Follow a pitta-pacifying routine during spring and summer, especially when the weather is warm.

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What does this mean?

It looks like your dosha is a combination of pitta and kapha. It's important to remember that we have a combination of all three doshas in the body, but often one or two can be prominent.

Pitta-kapha is a powerful mind-body type. The body is sturdy and well-built, your immune system robust and stamina in all day-to-day activities is excellent. With a seemingly endless supply of energy, you pursue your goals relentlessly and can be stopped by almost nothing. The body enjoys a very good health and endurance. Burdens due to too much work, eating the wrong food and stress only become noticeable after a few years of over-exploitation. The mind is also marked by the duality of clarity and calmness, acumen and patience, determination and serenity. Many charismatic political and economic figures have a pitta-kapha mind-body type, which helps them to survive the strenuous managerial life with many trips, irregular meals and strenuous competition.

When two doshas are predominant in your constitution, it’s usually best to adapt your diet and lifestyle according to the season. In general as a kapha-pitta, follow a kapha-pacifying regimen during the winter, especially when the weather is cold and damp. Follow a pitta-pacifying routine during spring and summer, especially when the weather is warm.

Your dosha profile 

Vata, Pitta

It looks like your dosha is a combination of pitta and kapha. It's important to remember that we have a combination of all three doshas in the body, but often one or two can be prominent.

Pitta-kapha is a powerful mind-body type. The body is sturdy and well-built, your immune system robust and stamina in all day-to-day activities is excellent. With a seemingly endless supply of energy, you pursue your goals relentlessly and can be stopped by almost nothing. The body enjoys a very good health and endurance. Burdens due to too much work, eating the wrong food and stress only become noticeable after a few years of over-exploitation.

The mind is also marked by the duality of clarity and calmness, acumen and patience, determination and serenity. Many charismatic political and economic figures have a pitta-kapha mind-body type, which helps them to survive the strenuous managerial life with many trips, irregular meals and strenuous competition.

When two doshas are predominant in your constitution, it’s usually best to adapt your diet and lifestyle according to the season. In general as a kapha-pitta, follow a kapha-pacifying regimen during the winter, especially when the weather is cold and damp. Follow a pitta-pacifying routine during spring and summer, especially when the weather is warm.

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What does this mean?

It looks like your dosha is a combination of pitta and kapha. It's important to remember that we have a combination of all three doshas in the body, but often one or two can be prominent.

Pitta-kapha is a powerful mind-body type. The body is sturdy and well-built, your immune system robust and stamina in all day-to-day activities is excellent. With a seemingly endless supply of energy, you pursue your goals relentlessly and can be stopped by almost nothing. The body enjoys a very good health and endurance. Burdens due to too much work, eating the wrong food and stress only become noticeable after a few years of over-exploitation. The mind is also marked by the duality of clarity and calmness, acumen and patience, determination and serenity. Many charismatic political and economic figures have a pitta-kapha mind-body type, which helps them to survive the strenuous managerial life with many trips, irregular meals and strenuous competition.

When two doshas are predominant in your constitution, it’s usually best to adapt your diet and lifestyle according to the season. In general as a kapha-pitta, follow a kapha-pacifying regimen during the winter, especially when the weather is cold and damp. Follow a pitta-pacifying routine during spring and summer, especially when the weather is warm.

Your dosha profile 

Vata, Kapha

It looks like your dosha is a combination of vata and kapha. It's important to remember that we have a combination of all three doshas in the body, but often one or two can be prominent.

People with a vata-kapha dosha are often interesting personalities who reveal new surprises. The opposing elements of the air of vata and the earth and water of kapha show themselves in complex physical and emotional traits. People with a vata-kapha mind-body type are very sociable, popular and communicative. The vata part is open, curious and loves conversation, while kapha is very caring, social and welcoming. The ideal mix for an exciting conversation and good friendship.

When two doshas are predominant in your constitution, it’s usually best to adapt your diet and lifestyle according to the season. In general as a kapha-vata, follow a vata-pacifying regimen during autumn and spring, during the change of seasons and especially when the weather is fresh and windy. Follow a kapha-pacifying routine during the winter when the weather is dark, cold and damp.

 

 

 

 

 

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What does this mean?

It looks like your dosha is a combination of vata and kapha. It's important to remember that we have a combination of all three doshas in the body, but often one or two can be prominent.

People with a vata-kapha dosha are often interesting personalities who reveal new surprises. The opposing elements of the air of vata and the earth and water of kapha show themselves in complex physical and emotional traits. People with a vata-kapha mind-body type are very sociable, popular and communicative. The vata part is open, curious and loves conversation, while kapha is very caring, social and welcoming. The ideal mix for an exciting conversation and good friendship.

When two doshas are predominant in your constitution, it’s usually best to adapt your diet and lifestyle according to the season. In general as a kapha-vata, follow a vata-pacifying regimen during autumn and spring, during the change of seasons and especially when the weather is fresh and windy. Follow a kapha-pacifying routine during the winter when the weather is dark, cold and damp.

Your dosha profile 

Pitta

This mind-body type is full of vitality and charm and likely to thrive when the centre of attention. You’re sharp-witted, with clear, confident speech and strong opinions. Blessed with an enquiring mind, you’re a good decision maker, probably a high achiever, and perhaps even quite competitive. You do well in areas such as business, science, sports or law.

Physically, you have good stamina and energy levels, with a strong appetite. People may need to watch out if you get a bit ‘hot under the collar’, especially in summer heat. Out of balance, you may be prone to acid indigestion or heartburn and sensitive skin, and go grey or lose hair prematurely.

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What does this mean?

This mind-body type is full of vitality and charm and likely to thrive when the centre of attention. You’re sharp-witted, with clear, confident speech and strong opinions. Blessed with an enquiring mind, you’re a good decision maker, probably a high achiever, and perhaps even quite competitive. You do well in areas such as business, science, sports or law.

Physically, you have good stamina and energy levels, with a strong appetite. People may need to watch out if you get a bit ‘hot under the collar’, especially in summer heat. Out of balance, you may be prone to acid indigestion or heartburn and sensitive skin, and go grey or lose hair prematurely.

Your dosha profile 

Vata

The word 'Vata' comes from the Sanskrit meaning 'to flow'. This mind-body type is likely to have an active, restless nature and love change. When in balance, you’re quick thinking, enthusiastic, creative, and bursting with ideas. You probably talk as fast as you think and may even jump from subject to subject. You are an excellent communicator and often work in more creative professions.

You’re also perceptive and sensitive but may be prone to worry. Your appetite and energy levels are often variable, due to Vata’s changing nature. Physically, you have a slight build, and are probably quite sensitive to cold. When run down, you are likely to be prone to stress, anxiety, insomnia, dry skin and bloating or constipation.

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What does this mean?

The word 'Vata' comes from the Sanskrit meaning 'to flow'. This mind-body type is likely to have an active, restless nature and love change. When in balance, you’re quick thinking, enthusiastic, creative, and bursting with ideas. You probably talk as fast as you think and may even jump from subject to subject. You are an excellent communicator and often work in more creative professions. You’re also perceptive and sensitive but may be prone to worry. Your appetite and energy levels are often variable, due to Vata’s changing nature. Physically, you have a slight build, and are probably quite sensitive to cold. When run down, you are likely to be prone to stress, anxiety, insomnia, dry skin and bloating or constipation.

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