Chakra Location

Manipura Chakra

3rd chakra  - Solar plexus

Dosha Imbalance

Pitta - Fire

Emotions that Block

envy, irritability, frustration, impatience, and excessive ambition

Liver & Gall

Ayurvedic healing for liver and gall


The liver is closely linked to other organs and body systems. The liver is the main organ of detoxification and plays a crucial role in the digestion of food and nutrition

Ayurveda provides an insight into these relationships, which helps to better understand the body's support for the liver. The digestive process divides food into its 5 basic forms - or the five elements (earth, water, fire, air, and ether) that the body uses to exist.

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In Ayurveda, the liver works under the Pitta dosha - and is described as a fiery, hot organ, most directly related to the Agni  - a sacred metabolic fire inside. This fact indicates a close relationship between the liver, Agni (fire principle), pitta dosha, and energy exchange. According to Ayurveda, substances and energies converge in the liver and affect their vitality and function.  Ayurvedic treatment first begins with the pacification of the Pitta, followed by detoxification and cleansing therapies - continuing with the restoration and healing of the body using various Ayurvedic methods prescribed by an Ayurvedic doctor.

 

Ayurvedic recommendations for health of liver and gall:

  • Healthy expressions of Pitta - willpower, courage, confidence, satisfaction, enthusiasm, cooperation, acceptance 

  • Drinking warm lemon water first thing in the morning kindles and protects Agni and helps to clear the digestive tract of ama (toxins)

  • diet has a profound effect on liver health - a balanced diet, 

  • products that specifically strengthen and support the liver - cabbage, beet greens, collard greens, dandelion greens, nettle and deciduous leaves, also useful green vegetables, which are rich in chlorophyll, as well as beets, carrots, and apples,  

  • Organic sesame oil, olive oil, and avocado oil can help rejuvenate the liver, 

  • Meditation, Pranayama, and Yoga,

Ayurvedic Self-Massage - abhyanga (self-massage with oil)

Ayurveda believes that the liver plays an important role in digesting emotions - the liver is considered a place of anger, hatred and resentment.  Feel anger and resentment for years you spoiling the liver.

Which parts of the body are affected in the case of liver and gall problems:


Biliary system  - including  Liver, Gallbladder, Pancreas




Diseases

Gallstone, Jaundice, Liver Cirrhosis, Fatty Liver.

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