Ayurvedic massage oil formula for the Pitta dosha

People with a Pitta constitution often have sensitive and reactive skin, prone to irritation and inflammation. They therefore need calming, soothing and cooling treatments (due to their high body temperature). Ayurvedic massage oilPitta is ideal for this: antioxidant and nourishing, it softens the skin and soothes the epidermis of Pitta. It firms and preserves the elasticity of all types of skin

The archetype of the Pitta dosha

Fire predominates in Pitta people.

In this dosha, the attributes of hot, pungent, penetrating and slightly unctuous predominate.

Pitta massage oil improves foot tone, muscle tone and reduces inflammation and burning. As Pitta dosha is slightly oily, less oil is used than Vata dosha.

As the hot attribute is predominant, the oil should be used warm and in summer at room temperature.

Pitta people or people with a Pitta imbalance can be recognized when they have sensitive skin, irritation, itching or eczema. Their hair is usually thin. Premature gray hair and baldness are Pitta imbalances. Circulatory problems are also Pitta imbalances.

Sunbathing is a Pitta act, so the effects of sunbathing on the skin will be treated with this oil (mixed with Kumari gel).

Most frequent indications for the application of Ayurvedic massage oil Pitta :

Nourishing and refreshing oil for sensitive skin, burning sensations, irritations, redness, eczema and itching.

Ideal oil for after sunbathing; prolongs the duration of the tan.

Ideal oil for after hair removal (to be mixed with Kumari gel).

Tired legs, circulatory problems (mix with Kumari gel).

Cellulite prirneras pits, circulatory ectasia phase and exudative phase (mix with Kumari Gel).

Hot flashes, stress and irritability.

Ingredients of the ayurvedic massage oil Pitta :

Based on coconut and sesame oil, our Pitta oil has been treated with medications :

  • Citrus sinensis (Orange, in Sanskrit, Narangah) : Relieves pain. Anti-spasmodic. Dilates blood vessels by promoting cellular nutrition. It is soothing. Relaxes and balances emotions.
  • Chamomilla recutita : Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, sedative, tonic and digestive.
  • Peppermint : very cold plant with antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, relaxing and sedative effects. Bactericide and antiseptic. It also has aphrodisiac properties.
  • Lavandula officinalis : Diuretic. Respiratory and digestive tract ailments, relieves headaches. Heals wounds. Relieves arthritic pains, bruises and sprains.
  • Rosa damascena (in Sanskrit, Satapatri) : Relieves headaches, tension and nausea.
  • Bacopa monniera (Sanskrit: Brahmi): Antioxidant, increases memory and mental function. Heals ulcers.
  • Emblica officinalis (in Sanskrit, Amalaki or Amla): has countless properties and has been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. It is one of the great rejuvenating tonics of Ayurvedic medicine.
  • Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba): Rich in moisture, it creates a barrier that prevents water loss from the skin.
  • Jasminum (Jasmine) : Relaxes and balances the emotions. Helps to eliminate toxins from the body.

Dosha Pitta: Characteristics of the Body and Mind

Kiran Vyas, one of the specialists of Ayurveda in France explains the techniques of Ayurvedic massage. This art of living which places the maintenance of the body and the spirit in its center.