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Yogi 03/23/2021 (Tue) 20:46:38 3849
>constantly hear yogis talking about how they don't eat garlic and onions
>never pay them any mind and always eat garlic and onions and feel great
>start taking yoga seriously and actually start practicing different asanas
>now i always feel a burning sensation whenever i eat garlic or onions
india explain
Yogi 03/24/2021 (Wed) 03:41:28 3852 Reply
Garlic and onions generate heat/pitta in your body.
Yogi 03/24/2021 (Wed) 09:35:50 3855 Reply
Faggot didn't your yoga instructor tell pitta dosha etc to you ?
Always knew these ameritard version of commercialized yoga is pure bullshitery.
Yogi 03/24/2021 (Wed) 10:39:52 3857 Reply
Isnt onion supposed to cool
Yogi 03/24/2021 (Wed) 10:51:35 3859 Reply
No that's cucumber 🥒 kheera
Yogi 03/24/2021 (Wed) 17:11:18 3861 Reply
i don't have an instructor, i'm looking up stuff online and learning as i go
Yogi 03/24/2021 (Wed) 20:31:57 3862 Reply
That's the same thing, commercialized yogaboga.
No yoga is complete without the eating part of it
Yogi 03/25/2021 (Thu) 06:04:04 3866 Reply

>>3857 is correct. medicinally or from ayurvedic pov, onions are considered cool. for ex. if you roam around on hot summer day, simply keep an onion on you. many people still do that. and if you're too embarrassed to do that, just apply raw (white) onion juice on your forehead or put it in your ears for a minute or two and then let it out. you will literally feel the heat leaving your body. try it, or ask an ayurvedic doctor about it first if you're apprehensive. traditionally or yogic pov, onion and garlic are considered tamasic, and equivalent of eating meat. which is why sanyasis, yogis, and conservative brahmins don't eat them.
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