Organic Pitta Oil
This oil addresses typical Pitta traits like anger, perfectionism, rashes/hives/acne/psoriasis, acid indigestion, redness/inflammation, proneness to infections, diarrhoea, overheating, sensitivity to light and headaches. Fractionated coconut oil is used for its lightness (Pitta doesn’t tolerate heavier oils) and because it won’t harden at room temperature. The herbs used in this oil are those classically indicated for Pitta imbalance.
This oil is more subtly scented than the others as Pitta types tend to have strong senses of smell. It’s light and herbaceous with subtle freshness.
This oil will help balance excess Pitta, promote the elimination of toxins, and create a feeling of invigoration. A daily self-massage benefit the skin, where pitta tends to accumulate, supports healthy circulation and helps move toxins out of the system. Experience the soothing benefits of Pitta Massage Oil.
Pitta is composed of the elements Fire and Water. Transformation in the body always requires pitta: digestion, metabolism, temperature maintenance, sensory perception, and comprehension. Pitta is always driven and ambitious and benefits from the break provided by a soothing massage, which is enhanced by the cooling and cleansing qualities of the herbs found in Pitta Massage Oil.
Pitta also holds tension in the muscles and is relaxed by the therapeutic touch of a warm oil massage. Dosha Guide In Ayurveda there are seven basic body constitutions resulting from the predominance of one or more energetic influences or Doshas.
The Doshas, Vata, Pitta and Kapha, influence physical, mental and spiritual health.
Everyone is considered to be a unique combination of these three body influences. Your natural Doshic state of balance is called Prakruti.
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For external use
*These properties, indications and modes of use are given as an indication, they can in no way constitute medical information, nor engage our responsibility. For any use for therapeutic purposes, consult a physician.