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PH Dosha

VATA Dosha responsible for movement, change
PITTA Dosha responsible for metabolism, transformation
KAPHA Dosha responsible for structure, protection
DOSHA mind body principle
SAMA Balanced
SAMADOSHA Balanced doshas
PRAKRUTI nature or original doshic proportion
VIKRUTI Doshic imbalance
PRANA Responsible for perception, inspiration, and thought. (vata)
UDANA Responsible for speech (vata)
SAMANA Responsible for the rhythm of peristalsis. (vata)
APANA Responsible for elimination of wastes, menstration, and sexual function. (vata)
VYANA Responsible for circulation. (vata)
SADHAKA Responsible for healthy heart function and good memory. (pitta)
ALOCHAKA Responsible for good visual perception. (pitta)
PACHAKA Responsible for initiating digestion of nutrients. (pitta)
RANJAKA Responsible for balancing blood chemistry, nutrient levels, and detoxifications. (pitta)
BHRAJAKA Responsible for healthy complexion. (pitta)
TARPAKA Responsible for supporting the brain and spinal cord. (Kapha)
BODHAKA Responsible for perception of taste. (Kapha)
KLEDAKA Responsible for lubricating the digestive tract. (Kapha)
AVALAMBAKA Responsible for supporting and protecting the heart, lungs, and lower back. (Kapha)
SLESHAKA Responsible for lubricating the joints. (Kapha)
Where is Bhrajaka Located in skin (pitta)
Where is Prana Located in brain, head, chest (vata)
Where is Udana Located in throat, lungs. (vata)
Where is Samana Located in stomach and intestines (vata)
Where is Apana Located in colon, lower abdomen (vata)
Where is Vyana Located in nervous system, skin, circulatory system (vata)
Where is Pachaka Located in stomach, small intestines (Pitta)
Where is Sadhaka located in heart (pitta)
Where is Alochaka Located in eyes (pitta)
Where is Ranjaka Located in liver, red blood cells, spleen (pitta)
Where is Tarpaka Located in Head, Sinus, Spinal Fluid (kapha)
WHere is Bodhaka Located in Tongue (kapha)
Where is Kledaka Located in Stomach (kapha)
Where is Avalambaka Located heart, chest, lower back (kapha)
Where is Sleshaka Located in joints (kapha)
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