|| This free quiz of your Urinary Tract can help you discover signs and symptoms of imbalance.
When you are done you will be taken to a results page where you can view your imbalanced doshas & qualities from an ayurvedic perspective.
The results from this test will guide you to healthy food choices and recipes matching your personal, individual ayurvedic diet.
This test will take approximately ten minutes to fill.
Page 1: Please choose the symptoms you've experienced on a regular basis, or that were significant in the past.
|Check the boxes that best describe your 'Urine'|
Clear urine can be a sign of adequate hydration, eating a diuretic, chronic cold, or that the kidneys are flushing toxins out of the blood. Chronic cold and toxicity may lead to frequent urination & chronic dehydration that cannot be remedied by drin...
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|Dark Yellow Urine|
Dark Yellow Urine
Dark yellow urine implies the urine has a lower concentration of water than normal. This may be due to dehydration, a high sodium diet, electrolyte imbalance, or weak kidneys. Generally, urine should be straw colored, or light yellow. There are many ...
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Cloudy urine most likely results from a heat condition (Pitta) aggravating Kapha. Examples include infections of the bladder / kidneys.
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|Smelly urine||Burning/painful urination|
When the blood and urine are 'sweet', or when urine is stagnant for too long bacteria overgrowth may occur. It is common for males to suffer from candida infections of prostate, and females of the vagina. Both of these conditions can lead to painful ...
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Nightime urination may be due to toxicity in the blood, which gets filtered by the kidneys. Alternatively, night-time urination can indicate diabetes, especially if the urine is cloudy.
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Frequent urination causes significant loss of electrolytes and dehydration. Dehydration creates digestive problems and constipation. The quantity of urine is related to many factors including diabetes and diuretic foods and pharmaceuticals. When ther...
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Diabetes Type I, is a generally a Pitta disorder where the immune system attacks and destroys insulin producing cells of the pancreas. Diabetes type II, from insulin resistance, is generally a Kapha disorder.
Diabetes mellitus is characterized by ...
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|Check the boxes that best describe your 'Bladder'|
Bladder infection arises from stagnant urine in the bladder, blood that is too sweet, or auto-immune disorders like cystitis. Often, toxicity and eating foods like spinach or tomatoes irritates the bladder. When combined with sweet, heavy, or thick u...
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|Prolapsed Bladder||Bladder Stones|
|Urinary Tract Infection|
Urinary Tract Infection
Infections are generally a sign of 'sweet, heat, and toxicity.' The toxicity irritates tissues, making them vulnerable. The sweetness of the blood feeds the bacteria. And the heat increases the rate of infestation. Generally, UTI's occur in Kapha / P...
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Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a condition that results in recurring discomfort or pain in the bladder and the surrounding pelvic region.
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|Check the boxes that best describe your 'Kidney'|
|Chronic Kidney Disease||Kidney Infection|
Kidney infections primarily affect Kapha individuals. The kidney has to work extra hard to filter sweet, thick Kapha blood. Ayurveda traditionally recommended avoiding heavy, rich, or difficult to digest foods when there is an infection. Drinking wat...
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Kidney stones are the result of accumulation. Kidney stones can be composed of calcium, oxylates, or uric acid crystals. They may be a sign of thick congested blood (Kapha), a diet high in oxalates (Pitta), or calcium leeching from the bones (Vata). ...
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