Literally "defect" or predisposition to disease, each of us has a specific mix of Vata, Pitta, Kapha to which we are predisposed to encounter a disease. Through the normalizing of our inherent dosha we can seek health.
bodily humor i.e. Vata, Kapha, Pitta; predominate Dosha is often referred to as ones body type; literally translated as "that which can go out of balance".
three basic metabolic principles connecting the mind and body and biological humour.
a mind-body type
an energy pattern, and according to Ayurveda each day the body moves through a series of
According to Ayurvedic medicine, the three metabolic types (vata, pitta, and Kapha). Most people are a combination of types, though are predominately one.
The three basic elements of the body-vata, pitta and kapha. These are responsible for the entire physiological phenomenon in our body.
Physical, emotional, and spiritual categorization of human beings (vata, pitta, and kappha).
In Ayurvedic medicine, the patient's dosha or general body type, will need to be determined before the relevant treatment can be recommended. Broadly segmented into three categories based on the elements — Vata symbolises air; Pitta, fire and Kapha, water.
three humours of the body; see kapha, pitta, vata
Humors; elemental or energetics related to personal constitution or current health imbalance (Vayu, Pitta, Kapha, Tridosha).
The three forces (vata, pitta, kapha) responsible for determining an individual's constitution controlling the functions of mind and body.
The term for one of three body types in ayuredic philosophy: pitta, vata, or kapha.
Three basic governing principle of physiology
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In Ayurvedic philosophy, each person is made up of a dosha apha, pitta, or vata ased on the combination of the five elements: space, air, fire, water, and earth. The doshas must be in balance for optimum health.