Ayurvedic Body Oil Roller - Pitta - Kapha - Vata - 10 ml
Apsara is offering high quality Ayurvedic Oils complementing Kapha, Pitta and Vata types, presented in a beautiful color co-ordinated Roller.
If you go to Apsara's Massage section (under Services), you can book in for a Ayrvedic oil massage with these luxurious Ayrvedic Oils and receive a complementary oil roller to take home.
Kapha Oil Ingredients: Almond Sweet Oil, Ginger Oil, Orange Sweet Oil, Cardamom Oil, Fennel Sweet Oil, Grapefruit Oil, Natural Vitamin E, Soya Bean Oil
Kapha is the dosha or constitution as it may be known, responsible for lubrication and structure of the body. The elements that govern Kapha are earth and water. Kapha people are very sturdy, grounding. They are comfortable and happy in one place and don't like change. They tend to be the healthiest of the three doshas, physically and mentally.
Characteristics: Kapa's are prone to static & heavy conditions like; obesity, lethargy, diabetes.
Pitta Oil Ingredients: Almond Sweet Oil, Cedarwood Oil, Lavender Oil, Lime Distilled Oil, Spearmint Oil, Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, Natural Vitamin E, Soya Bean Oil, Chamomile Roman Oil, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Tagetes Erecta Flower Extract
Pitta means, "that which digests things." The elements that govern Pitta are fire and water. Think of Pitta as the body's fire or metabolism. Pitta people tend to be of medium proportion, with a structure that is neither small nor heavy. Their physical marker is a strong or athletic body. Skin is oily, soft, pale and warm. Their hair is predisposed towards premature graying or thinning. They have angular facial features and strong eye expression. They have a good appetite, strong digestive fire and their body temperature is higher than normal.
Characteristics: The oils in the Pitta Ayurvedic Body Oil are reputed to be calming and soothing.
Vata Oil Ingredients: Almond Sweet Oil, Pepper Black Oil, Basil Oil, Lemon Cold Pressed Oil, Rosemary Oil, Ajowan Oil, Natural Vitamin E, Soya Bean Oil
Vata is considered the leader of the three dosha's. Vata governs all movement in the mind and body. It controls blood flow, elimination of wastes, breathing and the movement of thoughts across the mind. People of Vata constitution are generally physically slight. Their chests are flat and their veins and muscle tendons are visible. The complexion is olive; the skin is cold/dry.
Vata people generally are either very tall or very short, with thin frames which reveal prominent joints and bone-ends because of little muscle development. Vata hair tents to be curly, the eyes may be small and active. The nails can be brittle.
Characteristics: The oils in the Vata Ayurvedic Body Oil are reputed to be stimulating and warming.
To find out your particular Dosha, go online for a quick quiz - it's fun!
Ayurvedic medicine (“Ayurveda”) is one of the world's oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems. It was developed more than 3,000 years ago in India. It's based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit.