Have you been witnesses to deep, cystic pus-filled painful acne near your t-zones?
Chances are your Kapha Dosha is on the high!
We understand how difficult it can be to deal with painful, pus-filled acne, regularly. Which is why we have compiled some information here. Follow them as they are, and notice a difference in days, without the help of intrusive methods.
Excessive Kapha is the assailant when it comes to large, persisting cystic acne. An excess of Kapha is an indicator of body’s slow, sluggish movements. This particular dosha also controls your lymphatic system.
Which is why the most important thing to do in case of Kapha imbalance is adequate movement and exercise, especially one that helps increase blood circulation in the body.
The best time to practice exercise are early morning hours, according to Ayurveda. Make sure you do not let your body stagnate.
To help your body get maximum support during whatever type of exercise you choose; you should massage your arms and legs with a few drops of Ashwanyam Ashwagandha Rich Body Oil. The oil will improve flexibility, provide strength and nourishment to the muscles, shake off exhaustionand ensure that the post workout soreness doesn't set you off course!
Dietary changes can also help lower down aggravated Kapha. Bitter and astringent foods are best suited for Kapha-balancing diet.
Make sure you always consume warm water, no cooler than room temperature. Dry fruits, pomegranates, cranberries, eggs, whole grains etc. are foods that are helpful in this condition.
Strictly avoid all dairy products, sugar, wheat and damp food. Also limit your intake of soy and fermented foods.
Pro tip: Drink ginger tea, mixed with a tablespoon of honey several times a day. Ginger contains natural oils known as gingerols that reduce inflammation and pain. Anti-inflammatory benefits of gingerols can help soothe irritated skin.