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Dosha Test
VATA

You and everything around you is consisting of 5 elements, grouped in 3 dosha types. What differs you from others and determines both your looks and personality is which of these doshas are dominating you. Your dominating dosha type is: Vata (Air + Space elements) Vata season in the Northern hemisphere, in the Nordics is: October - February Characteristics of Vata are: Dry, Clear, Light, Rough Vata person is: tall, small and thin frame, thin lips, small eyes, dry skin/hair, has often uneven and light sleep, above average creativity, learns quickly and forgets quickly, has irregular appetite, is quick, humorous and talkative Vata dosha out of balance has: lack of focus, difficulty in falling asleep, cold limbs of poor circulation, experiences worry, anxiety, nervousness, is hyperactive, indecisive, has thousand racing thoughts at the same time, experiences digestion issues and bloating Some Vata related health issues can be: anxiety, depression, panic, insomnia, constipation, arthritis, Parkinson’s Vata is balanced by: All dosha types are balanced by proper food made of seasonally available regional ingredients free from chemicals, suitable lifestyle and the following of daily rhythms. As Vata dominant you are a cold and dry dosha and should add to your diet sweet, sour and salty taste. Prefer warming foods both energetically and by temperature, as well as oily and more heavy foods that are mushy and soft in texture. Minimize cold and dry foods and raw foods (especially mornings and evenings). Want to know more how to balance yourself and avoid health issues typical to your dosha? We also offer an opportunity to get an individually created food chart made by our doctor, where both your dosha type as well as your current health concerns are taken into consideration. Please order the food chart here.
PITTA

You and everything around you is constituting of 5 elements, grouped in 3 dosha types. What differs you from others and determines both your looks and personality is which of these doshas are dominating you. Your dominating dosha type is: Pitta (Fire + Water elements) Pitta season in the Northern hemisphere, in the Nordics is: June - September Characteristics of Pitta are: Oily, Hot, Clear, Sharp Pitta person is: with medium body structure, average hight, has strong leadership skills, straight forward opinions, goal oriented, hard-working achiever, with more trained body frame –gains and loses weight easily, has good appetite and digests well but gets irritated when skipping meals Pitta dosha out of balance is: irritable, angry, critical, impatient, jealous, has skin outbreaks and pigmentation problems, can have visible capillary networks, rosacea Some Pitta related health issues can be: acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, haemorrhoids, bleeding tendencies, vision problems, baldness, early greying hair, migraines, acid reflux Pitta, the hot and oily dosha, is balanced by: All dosha types are balanced by proper food made of seasonally available regional ingredients free from chemicals, suitable lifestyle and the following of daily rhythms. As Pitta dominant you should prefer sweet, bitter and astringent tastes in your diet. Cooling foods both energetically and temperature wise are balancing you. Avoid warming foods, deep fried foods, strong alcohol, nicotine, caffeine. Want to know more how to balance yourself and avoid health issues typical to your dosha? We also offer an opportunity to get an individually created food chart made by our doctor, where both your dosha type as well as your current health concerns are taken into consideration. Please order the food chart here.
KAPHA

You and everything around you is constituting of 5 elements, grouped in 3 dosha types. What differs you from others and determines both your looks and personality is which of these doshas are dominating you. Your dominating dosha type is: Kapha (Water + Earth elements) Kapha season in the Northern hemisphere, in the Nordics is: March - May Characteristics of Kapha are: Heavy, Cold, Stable, Soft, Slimy Kapha person is: with solid and heavy frame and bone structure, gains fat around hips and thighs easily, has thick eyebrows, big eyes, voluminous lips, thick strong hair, calm temperament, strong and constant appetite, has good long-term memory Kapha dosha out of balance is: slow, lazy, gains weight easily, with slow digestion, prone to sinus and respiratory diseases, experiences strong feelings of sadness, very materialistic and possessive, overly sentimental and melancholic, tends to emotional over-eating Some Kapha related health issues can be: diabetes, hyperglycemia, colds, caughs, runny nose, hay fever, sinus infections, high cholesterol, fatty tumours, fungal infections, gall stones Kapha is balanced by: All dosha types are balanced by proper food made of seasonally available regional ingredients free from chemicals, suitable lifestyle and the following of daily rhythms. Pungent, bitter and astringent tastes in foods are balancing for cold and heavy Kapha dosha. Prefer light, dry and warm foods and avoid cold foods energetically and in temperature. Avoid over eating and drinking liquid during or directly after your meal and stay away from carbonated drinks. Want to know more how to balance yourself and avoid health issues typical to your dosha? We also offer an opportunity to get an individually created food chart made by our doctor, where both your dosha type as well as your current health concerns are taken into consideration. Please order the food chart here.
VATA-PITTA

You and everything around you is consisting of 5 elements, grouped in 3 dosha types. What differs you from others and determines both your looks and personality is which of these doshas are dominating you. Being a double-dosha type is very common. It means that you can have qualities of each of the two doshas, showing their influence at different times. You can have one dosha dominant in mind and another in body, meaning you can follow one particular dosha routines for physical and other for mental balancing. Your dominating dosha type is: Vata (Air + Space elements) – Pitta (Fire + Water elements) How to balance your double dosha constitution during different seasons? - Just follow the Vata balancing advice during Vata season and Pitta balancing during Pitta season. Vata season in the Northern hemisphere, in the Nordics is: October – February, Pitta season is: June - September Characteristics of Vata are: Dry, Clear, Light, Rough Characteristics of Pitta are: Oily, Hot, Clear, Sharp Vata person is: tall, small and thin frame, thin lips, small eyes, dry skin/hair, has often uneven and light sleep, above average creativity, learns quickly and forgets quickly, has irregular appetite Pitta person is: with medium body structure, average hight, has strong leadership skills, straight forward opinions, goal oriented, hard-working achiever, with more trained body frame –gains and loses weight easily, has good appetite and digests well but gets irritated when skipping meals Vata dosha out of balance has: lack of focus, difficulty in falling asleep, cold limbs of poor circulation, experiences worry, anxiety, nervousness, is hyperactive, indecisive, has thousand racing thoughts at the same time, experiences digestion issues and bloating Pitta dosha out of balance is: irritable, angry, critical, impatient, jealous, has skin outbreaks and pigmentation problems, can have visible capillary networks, rosacea Some Vata related health issues are: anxiety, depression, panic, insomnia, constipation, arthritis, Parkinson’s Some Pitta related health issues are: acne, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, haemorrhoids, bleeding tendencies, vision problems, baldness, early greying hair, migraines, acid reflux Vata-Pitta is balanced by: All dosha types are balanced by proper food made of seasonally available regional ingredients free from chemicals, suitable lifestyle and the following of daily rhythms. For cold and dry Vata balancing you should add to your diet sweet, sour and salty taste. Prefer warming foods both energetically and by temperature, as well as oily and more heavy foods that are mushy and soft in texture. Minimize cold and dry foods and raw foods (especially mornings and evenings). For hot and oily Pitta dosha balancing you should prefer sweet, bitter and astringent tastes in your diet. Cooling foods both energetically and temperature wise are suitable you. Avoid warming foods, deep fried foods, strong alcohol, nicotine, caffeine. Want to know more how to balance yourself and avoid health issues typical to your dosha? We also offer an opportunity to get an individually created food chart made by our doctor, where both your dosha type as well as your current health concerns are taken into consideration. Please order the food chart here.
VATA-KAPHA

You and everything around you is consisting of 5 elements, grouped in 3 dosha types. What differs you from others and determines both your looks and personality is which of these doshas are dominating you. Being a double-dosha type is very common. It means that you can have qualities of each of the two doshas, showing their influence at different times. You can have one dosha dominant in mind and another in body, meaning you can follow one particular dosha routines for physical and other for mental balancing. Your dominating dosha type is: Vata (Air + Space elements) – KAPHA (Earth + Water elements) It is quite a rare combination as Vata and Kapha are often seen as opposites in their characteristics. How to balance your double dosha constitution during different seasons? - Just follow the Vata balancing advice during Vata season and Kapha balancing during Kapha season. Vata season in the Northern hemisphere, in the Nordics is: October – February, Kapha season is: June - September Characteristics of Vata are: Dry, Clear, Light, Rough Characteristics of Kapha are: Heavy, Cold, Stable, Soft, Slimy Kapha person is: with solid and heavy frame and bone structure, gains fat around hips and thighs easily, has thick eyebrows, big eyes, voluminous lips, thick strong hair, calm temperament, strong and constant appetite, has good long-term memory Vata person is: tall, small and thin frame, thin lips, small eyes, dry skin/hair, has often uneven and light sleep, above average creativity, learns quickly and forgets quickly, has irregular appetite Vata dosha out of balance has: lack of focus, difficulty in falling asleep, cold limbs of poor circulation, experiences worry, anxiety, nervousness, is hyperactive, indecisive, has thousand racing thoughts at the same time, experiences digestion issues and bloating Kapha dosha out of balance is: slow, lazy, gains weight easily, with slow digestion, prone to sinus and respiratory diseases, experiences strong feelings of sadness, very materialistic and possessive, overly sentimental and melancholic, tends to emotional over-eating Some Vata related health issues are: anxiety, depression, panic, insomnia, constipation, arthritis, Parkinson’s Some Kapha related health issues are: diabetes, hyperglycemia, colds, caughs, runny nose, hay fever, sinus infections, high cholesterol, fatty tumours, fungal infections, gall stones Vata-Kapha, Kapha-Vata is balanced by: All dosha types are balanced by proper food made of seasonally available regional ingredients free from chemicals, suitable lifestyle and the following of daily rhythms. Pungent, bitter and astringent tastes in foods are balancing for cold and heavy Kapha dosha. Prefer light, dry and warm foods and avoid cold foods energetically and in temperature. Avoid over eating and drinking liquid during or directly after your meal and stay away from carbonated drinks. For balancing Vata, the cold and dry dosha, you should add to your diet sweet, sour and salty taste. Prefer warming foods both energetically and by temperature, as well as oily and more heavy foods that are mushy and soft in texture. Minimize cold and dry foods and raw foods (especially mornings and evenings). Want to know more how to balance yourself and avoid health issues typical to your dosha? We also offer an opportunity to get an individually created food chart made by our doctor, where both your dosha type as well as your current health concerns are taken into consideration. Please order the food chart here.
VATA-PITTA-KAPHA

You and everything around you is consisting of 5 elements, grouped in 3 dosha types. What differs you from others and determines both your looks and personality is which of these doshas are dominating you. Being tridoshic means that all three of the doshas are strong in you by birth constitution (prakruti). This is a very rare constitution. Tridoshic people tend to get less sick and can tolerate much better environmental and seasonal changes than other prakruti representatives, as naturally your doshas balance each other and maintain a good equilibrium. In order to balance yourself, follow the Vata balancing regimen during Vata season which in the Northern hemisphere, in the Nordics is from October-February; follow Kapha balancing regimen during Kapha season from March-May, and Pitta balancing during Pitta season from June – September. Read more about each dosha here: VATA (Air + Space elements) Characteristics of Vata are: Dry, Clear, Light, Rough Vata person is: tall, small and thin frame, thin lips, small eyes, dry skin/hair, has often uneven and light sleep, above average creativity, learns quickly and forgets quickly, has irregular appetite, is quick, humorous and talkative Vata dosha out of balance has: lack of focus, difficulty in falling asleep, cold limbs of poor circulation, experiences worry, anxiety, nervousness, is hyperactive, indecisive, has thousand racing thoughts at the same time, experiences digestion issues and bloating Some Vata related health issues are: anxiety, depression, panic, insomnia, constipation, arthritis, Parkinson’s Vata is balanced by: All dosha types are balanced by proper food made of seasonally available regional ingredients free from chemicals, suitable lifestyle and the following of daily rhythms. As Vata dominant you are a cold and dry dosha and should add to your diet sweet, sour and salty taste. Prefer warming foods both energetically and by temperature, as well as oily and more heavy foods that are mushy and soft in texture. Minimize cold and dry foods and raw foods (especially mornings and evenings).

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