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COUGHS COLDS ALLERGIES

COUGHS COLDS ALLERGIES

by Kottakkal Support April 12, 2020

"The most common complaint next to digestive disorders is respiratory disorders. The respiratory system is not only vulnerable to inhaling pathogens, it is also vulnerable to dust, pollen, and pollution. Many people who experience a respiratory cold end up with a chronic cough that lingers. People with allergies also often experience a chronic cough."

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RESPIRATORY HEALTH

RESPIRATORY HEALTH

by Kottakkal Support March 21, 2020

Kapha’s qualities are damp, cold, soft, sticky, jelly-like, heavy, blocking and stable. These qualities naturally accumulate over the winter but are readily felt during the Spring.

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Spring is Kapha Melting

Spring is Kapha Melting

by Kottakkal Support May 01, 2019

Our bodies are continually exposed to natural seasonal changes, which has a direct effect on how we feel. In nature kapha is called soma, it is all things cooling and nourishing. Things like the moon, forests, freshwater or plant nectar all represent kapha in our external environment. When the season is providing an abundance of cold, rainy, snowy weather there is greater potential for kapha vṛddhi (increased kapha). In our internal environment kapha performs both normal and abnormal opposing activities, such as sturdiness or looseness, nourishment or leanness, enthusiasm or laziness, potency or impotency, wisdom or ignorance, and many other opposing pairs.

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