The crown jewel of our mornings and friends meetings… Our dear liver, our fragrant, unique, delightful friend. Our coffee. Hmm… Or are you hostile to us?

There are many opinions in the scientific world about coffee. Both positive and negative. While there have been some studies that show coffee can reduce the risk for Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s and delay dementia, it’s not clear if coffee is really good. One example is a study. The positive effects of coffee consumption on Type II diabetics were seen by those who ate it. Two diabetes patients were decaffeinated coffee-drinkers. It is well-known that coffee’s antioxidant content is beneficial for nerve cells. However, its effects on organs are still unknown. However, research has shown that coffee can cause ulcers, irritable stool syndrome, chronic constipation and adrenal fatigue.

The most important effects of coffee on health

Coffee is a strong stimulant. It has an astringent effect and drying effect. It is because of this astringent effects that we go to the loo. It makes it easier to use the toilet. Overconsumption can cause the intestines to lose the ability to move normally after drinking a glass water. This makes us dependent on coffee for our need to use the bathroom.

Hormonal balance is another issue. The adrenal glands are located just above your kidneys and stimulated by hormones after coffee. This is what makes you feel awake. However, insomnia and restlessness are not the only symptoms. It is also one reason why we become anxious and stressed over the long term. Unfortunately, the side effects cited are not only limited to those mentioned.

What does Ayurveda think about coffee?

Paracelsus was one of the founding fathers of Modern Medicine.“All substances can be poisoned; it’s the dose that separates the poison and the medicine.” Let’s keep the word in mind. Add this to the mix. “What’s medicine for one person may be poisonous for another.” Ayurveda’s viewpoint on coffee can be summarized by adding.

According to AyurvedaLike other lifestyle and dietary habits, coffee consumption should be personalized. Its impact on our overall health should also be taken into consideration.. Understanding the root cause is key.

What should you do about coffee depending on your Ayurvedic body type and Dosha?

Type of Vata

According to AyurvedaThe Vata type body is the one that should be cautious when drinking coffee. These symptoms may include dry hair, dry skin and constipation.

A cup of coffee is effective in getting you up and “sounding good”, but it’s also like “spending money with a credit card,” he said in an article. As we spend intangible cash with credit cards, coffee, and sobering ourselves up, so do we use our nonexistent. Deplete your body’s energy and vitality natural energy reserve. And what Vata body is? Different types are required It is easy to forget that extra energy can be obtained by taking a break. 🙂

They will be even more successful if they remember to add warm milk and cardamom to their coffee. Protected from drying effects of coffee

Pitta Size Type

If you are a Pitta Type of body Heartburn, acid reflux, skin rashes and heartburn are all common symptoms. However, those who are critical, angry, and anxious about their lives should remember that coffee’s hot and bitter properties can make these symptoms worse. Pittas would do well to recall the general approach of Ayurveda. Principle of “Increase alike, Balance the Other”: Reduce the amount of coffee that they consume by adding more water to their coffee and limiting the amount to just one cup per day..

Half a teaspoon of coconut oil can be added to the coffee, and it can be sweetened with honey. Natural sugar can also help protect them against the warming effects Coffee.

Kapha Body Type

Ayurveda states that people with the Kapha body types are lucky when it comes to coffee consumption. Kaphas have a higher water content than Pittas and Vata, so they are not as affected by the coffee’s drying characteristics. Kapha imbalances such as excess weight, sinus congestion and lack of motivation will all benefit from a cup coffee. These imbalances can lead to addiction, which can cause depression, slowing down, and even causing people to become unable or unwilling to stop drinking coffee.

Kapha’s Coffee without sugar and milk is the best alternative for most body types.

Dear Kaphas, one cup is sufficient for you; please don’t exaggerate. 🙂

Conscious choices, alternatives to coffee…

Ayurvedic views point out that one reason coffee consumption is so common in the world is because of its ability to reduce inflammation. We don’t like coffee’s bitter taste so we make an effort to replace it with good quality coffee. A balanced diet should include all sweet, sour and salty tastes. It is a conscious decision to increase your intake of turmeric, Quinoa, and Ark Leafy Vegetables, as these are other food sources for the acrid flavor.

Drinking coffee at Kapha times during the day (between 06:30 and 10:00) is a good idea. If possible, start your day with warm lemon water, rather than coffee. Everybody type.