June 2008
Natural Health;Jun2008, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p72
The article focuses on Ayurvedic doshas Kapha, one of the three energies that enliven the human body. It is stated that everyone possesses all three doshas in a specific ratio that was determined at the time of conception. John Douillard, Ph.D, author of book "The Three Season Diet," says that with the knowledge of dosha type, a person can see his future. It is reported that mellow Kapha types are loving, forgiving, and supportive and avoid conflict whenever they can.


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