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Dauhridaya means ‘she who has two hearts’, her own and that of her child. After a few months of pregnancy, the pregnant woman begins to have desires that she did not have before. In fact, she also has to deal with the desires of the child that has just become incarnate in her. Dauhridaya is a synergy of plants that promotes harmony between the mother and her child. This blend balances the three doṣa. It is ‘sattvic’ in nature.
Being neutral on vāta, pitta and kapha. And so it can be drunk by everyone.
After 120 days of pregnancy
Dauhridaya, 2 hearts in Sanskrit, is an infusion to drink after 120 days of pregnancy. It helps the pregnant woman and the child she is waiting by easing the inconveniences of this period. It is refreshing, decongestant, soothing and regulates the transit.
Based on the principles of a branch of Ayurvedic herbology called Pushpa Āyurveda: “the science of flowers”, Dauhridaya is a synergy of plants that promotes harmony between the mother and her child. This mixture balances the three Doshas. It is “sattvic” in nature.
Tulsi Vana*, Rama *, Krishna * – India
Lemon grass* – India / Egypt / Portugal / Paraguay
Black elder* – France / Poland
Rose – France
Lavender* – France
Hibiscus* – Burkina Faso
Yarrow* – France
Heather* – France
Mallow* – France
Horsetail* – France
Raspberry* – France
Common nettle* – France
*: From organic farming
– Rasa (taste): sweet, astringent and sour.
– Guṇa (quality): light.
– Vīrya (energy): balanced.
– Vipāka (result): sweet.
Use a tea bag of Dauhridaya for 200 ml of boiling water.
Steep 8 to 10 minutes.
Drink one to four cups a day.
•” Tell her/him it with flowers … “, use nonviolent communication.
• Apply warm oil (sweet almond, sesame …) to your abdomen, chest and extremities several times a week.
• Avoid any food or activities that aggravate Vāta dosha.