From an Ayurvedic point of view, turmeric has the following properties: warming, pungent, light, dry and digestive. Turmeric is Tridoshic, meaning it serves to balance all three Doshas. Despite being warming, this magic spice is great for balancing fiery Pitta — just be careful not to overdo it.Aug 19, 2018
According to Ayurveda, hair fall is due to an aggravated Vata dosha in the body. Cucumber helps to control hair fall when applied on the scalp. Applying ripe (yellow) Cucumber pulp helps in stimulating the growth of hair and makes them thick and healthy. This is due to its Vata balancing property.Feb 21, 2020
Peanut oil helps to reduce excessive dryness when applied on the skin because of its Snigdha (oily) property. Ayurveda says that excessive dryness of the skin is due to an aggravated Vata. Applying Peanut oil balances Vata and removes dryness due to its Snigdha (oily) property.Jul 29, 2019
Avoid food combinations, including: Milk is not compatible with fruits, melons, sour fruits, and bananas. Grains should not be consumed with Tapioca and Fruits. One should not consume fruits and milk with vegetables. Beans are the wrong combination with eggs, milk, fish, fruits, yogurt, and meat.
Diet Dosha Foods to eat Vata warm, “moist”, and soft foods (e.g., berries, bananas, peaches, cooked vegetables, oats, brown rice, lean meat, eggs, dairy) Kapha spicy, acidic, and filling foods (e.g., most fruits and vegetables, whole grains, eggs, low fat cheese, unprocessed meats, hot spices) Aug 5, 2020
MEAT. eggs, fish, seafood, chicken and other white meat. FRUITS. Sweet fruits such as bananas, coconut, apples, figs, grapefruit, grapes, mangos, melons, oranges, papayas, peaches, pineapples, plums, berries, cherries, apricots, avocado. VEGETABLES. GRAINS. MILK PRODUCTS. SPICES & HERBS. DRINKS.