You are a Fire Element, creative, natural leader, balanced, warm and caring.
Feels the heat
A fire personality is much more stable than their type name suggests. You are the most stable of all three types of dosha. Looking at life in clarity and a very logical thinker. You are natural leaders, you exude wisdom, are passionate and goal oriented. Many people come to you for advice, you are open to new ideas and very caring and warm. Many people are drawn to you.
Out of balance
When a pitta is out of balance they can suffer from inflammation, skin rashes, acne, headaches, acid reflux, digestive problems, anger under stress. They have a difficult time sleeping.
Pitta is a fire element and needs to avoid the body from being in the sun too much, take cooling baths rather than hot, walk once the sun has gone down, eat as much raw and cold foods like salads and fruit, avoid eating spicy hot foods. You can burn yourself out by adding more and more stimulants like coffee and warm drinks, but you need to cool down and relax in order to recharge. The best yoga for fire types is the locust, the fish, the sun salutation 16 times at a moderately fast pace.
Pitta needs cooling oils such as peppermint, lime, lavender, all in the Ayurvanna Pitta oil they respond well to cold stone therapy, water based therapies, soaking on cooler water, with medium speed but not to fast, The Ayurvanna Pitta oil was designed to be placed in the fridge, so when the Pitta constitution uses the oil they benefit from the extra coolness
Pitta needs saffron, Lavender, peppermint, sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, lotus, lime,
Pitta should have daily Aleo Vera juice, basil leaves, cinnamon, coriander, fennel, fresh ginger, mint leaves, dill, spearmint
Diy face mask weekly
Pitta can be prone to sensitive skin weekly mash banana and pineapple together , lay down to increase face circulation and leave for 20 mins
Fill the bath and shut the curtains or glass door to make more steam, sweating helps the body detoxify by promoting elimination of toxin build up, pitta should try to have a sauna just once a week, or do this detox bath if you don’t have a sauna, add rosemary leaves or oil, lemon, eucalyptus oil
Pitta Body Oil by Ayurvanna - $69
Foods that balance your dosha Pitta
Pungent, sour, and salty foods
Foods to decrease
Sweet, bitter and astringent foods
There are six basic flavors in Ayurveda, - sweet , sour, salty, pungent, bitter, astringent
Sweet – carbohydrates, proteins, fat , nuts and meat
Sour – citrus, tomatoes, cheeses, salad dressing, aged fermented foods
Salty – salt, soy sauce, vegetable seasoning blends
Pungent – chili peppers
Bitter – green leafy vegs, tea , coffee, pure chocolate
Astringent – lentils, beans ect
Drinks for Pitta
Teas spearmint, rose hip, peppermint tea, apple juice, grape juice, elderflower, Jasmine tea, mixed vegetable juice, apricot juice, Mango juice
Apricot’s, bananas, dates figs, orange, peaches, strawberries, mangos, melons, coconuts, avocados, red grapes
Broccoli, pumpkins, potatoes, raw behind over cooked, carrots, cucumber, peppers, leeks, mushrooms, leafy greens, cabbage, brussel sprouts, green beans, zucchini, leeks
Gems and crystals
Amethyst, moonstone, mother of Pearl. Ametrine, Howlite
Daily ritual for Pitta
Wakeup 60 mins before sun rise
Breakfast – cold cereals or smoothies
Teeth ritual – after you brush your teeth massage your gums with cardamom and a pinch of rock salt and sesame oil
First Morning drink a quarter cup of Aloe Vera juice
Shower/bathing routine – massage the body starting from the feet up to the heart with Your Ayurvanna Pitta oil, in soft gentle movements to relax the mind and body, then shower using a few drops of this oil in the day to help reduce tension.
Meditation daily for 20 mins in the morning
Lunch – choose pitta diet and lay down for 15 minutes after eating on your right side
Dinner – around 7pm
Sunset – walk gently in the evening’s once the sun is going down, wash you body and put on lose clothing before bed, use lavender oils In the evening with a calming tea like chamomile .
Last thoughts for Pitta
Pitta is fire and benefits from cooling and relaxing activities, they should try daily to sit int he shade and view beautiful soft water like a natural waterfall. Having cooling showers when you feel irritated. You love challenges but always make time for rest and restoration