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The word ayurveda has originated from two sanskrit words – ‘ayu’ means life, and veda’ means knowledge. Ayurveda or ayurveda medicine is a holistic healing system with historical roots in the indian subcontinent. Globalized and modernized practices derived from ayurveda traditions are considered as a type of complementary or alternative medicine. 

Tridosha theory a dosha (dosa), according to ayurveda, is one of three bodily senses of humor that make up one’s constitution. It is believed the balance of these three doshas, namely vatha, pitha, and kapha, that the mental and physical wellbeing of everyone is determined.


Vāta or vata (wind) is the impulse principle necessary to mobilize the function of the nervous system. It affects the windy humor. Those with dominant ‘vāta’ characteristics are more on the fragile side. Their constituency leads them towards dry scalp and hair with dehydrated, rough, wrinkled and skin.

Pitta is the bilious humor secreted between the stomach and bowels and flowing through the liver and permeating the spleen, heart, eyes, and skin; its top quality is heat. It is the energy principle that uses bile to direct digestion and enhance metabolism. Those with dominant ‘pitta’ have weak and thinning hair and fair skin that freckles and quickly gets sunburnt.


Kapha is the fluid body principle related to mucus, lubrication, and the carrier of nutrients. They usually have soft, thick hair and more oily, smooth, hydrated skin.