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The five elements are the sky, air, fire, water and earth. Ayurveda always refers to everything in the universe, composed of the Panchamahabhutas – Akash (space), Jal (water), Vayu (air), Agni (fire) and Prithvi (earth).
Undoubtedly, in parallel with allopathic medicines, Ayurvedic treatment is more efficient and the best option in most chronic conditions.
In India, Ayurvedic medicines have been used extensively by the vast community since ancient times. The toxicity of Ayurvedic medicines is reported to be due to the presence of toxic metals such as lead, mercury and arsenic, whereas this is the case with herbal medicines because of environmental contamination or poor manufacturing practices.
Disorders in any of the three major doshas are marked by a range of Ayurvedic medicines, including herbal medicines, abstinence, yoga, massage, meditation and breathing exercises called pranayama.
Important factors that aggravate pitta dosha include foods that aggravate Pitta, such as spicy, sour, salty, very spicy, deep-fried, processed, red meat, caffeine in beverages (coffee), black tea, nicotine (smoking), drinking alcohol, etc.
According to Ayurvedic concepts, there are three examples of body types which are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Specific types of doshas have an unusual set of characteristics, and a person's body type depends on their physical and emotional characteristics. Ayurveda understands the principle of knowledge of doshas to heal themselves.