An article from the California College of Ayurveda blog:
Spring is Here ~ Time to Keep Kapha Dosha in Balance!
By Marisa Laursen, CAS, PKS, AYT
"Early spring is the season of kapha dosha, the time when kapha-balancing practices are important to follow.
In Ayurveda it is understood that many factors influence our health and well-being. Food, exercise, lifestyle, age, climate, and cycles of time all play a part. As we come to understand our bodies and minds, we find that understanding these factors is empowering, because with this information we are able to make appropriate choices to maintain health and harmony.
Each season brings with it different influences upon our constitution. By making a few lifestyle adjustments according to the season, we proactively maintain healthy balance.
During spring, the mounting heat of the sun warms the earth, which in turn causes snow to melt and water to flow. This process is mirrored within our own bodies, as the accumulated kapha (mucous) within our body starts to liquefy and disperse. This weakens the digestive fire of the body, and can lead to spring colds and sinus problems. The word "cough" comes from the Sanskrit word “kapha,” and in spring, many people experience cough and colds. As flowers shed their pollen and fragrance, many people suffer from allergy and hay fever as well.
Following are some recommendations to help maintain health and balance during this season:
See more at: https: //www.ayurvedacollege.com/blog/spring-here-time-keep-kapha-dosha-balance#sthash.V9XvKb4g.dpuf"
"harmonize with nature, walk a path
of balance" ❤
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