Monsoon is a very important period for treatments, as its affects the Tri-doshas in different ways. As it’s central core, Ayurveda is all about management of the Vata,Pita and Kapha doshas.In monsoon season ,Vata tends to accumulate in the human body.
The peculiar behaviour of Vata is its capability to aggravate any disease in the human body,and can also cause new diseases.So this time of the year is best to undergo an Ayurvedic Treatments that will basically decrease the Vata in the body.
It isn’t just about the treatments;this time around ,It helps if you watch your food intake.rainfall during summer ,when the earth is really hot ,increases the acidity levels in all the food that we eat,thus aggravating the pitta dosha which causes acidity ,digestive disorders, inflammation and fevers.
According to Ayurveda the earth that accumulates all the heat in the summer,gives it up when the rains cool its surface;that’s what causes all the humidity.According to Ayurveda these heightened moisture helps soften the seven tissues of the body,making the body supple and pliable and the best state for an intensive Ayurveda detox.Cool temperature and flexible muscles also means that there is no better time to get the body attuned to a yoga regime than this.June to August is a time ripe for Ayurveda treatments.
In Ayurveda mansoon weather is called Amla pitta and is a time that could bring its onset of apitta related health problems.Pitta is an important element of Ayurveda and is defined as the principle of transformation energy and governs heat metabolism in the body is concerned with the digestive ,enzymatic,and endocrine systems,and is eliminated from the body through sweat
A good Ayurveda treatment combats these problems and works at giving you a natural solution to a healthy body in mind during the mansoon season and long after.
Also a rest period of same number of days as the treatments is being recommended for maximum effect.