Ayurvedic type test

 The three doshas Vata, Pitta, Kapha are different in every single human being
In most cases you will find one dosha to be the dominating one, quite often two doshas are at a similar strength however. If the doshas are balance and Prakriti remains, a human being is seen as healthy according to ayurvedic knowledge. Give our test a try and answer spontaneously without thinking too much in order to gain your first insights into what your dosha type is. You will find an evaluation at the end of the test:

Physiqueslim, light in weight, difficulties in gaining weightmedium athletic build, well proportionedstrong build, heave, puts on weight easily
Skindry, rough, darksmooth, warm, rose to reddishsoft, greasy, pale, white
Hairdry, brittle, thin, frizzyblond, red, becomes grey or looses hair earlythick, dense, dark, shiny, greasy
Eyessmall (brown, black)intense (green / grey)large (blue / brown)
Nailsnarrow, brittleoval, elasticwide, large
Dislike towards the following weather conditionscold, windyheat, sticky, muggycold, wet
Mindclear and aware, creativevery sharp mind, goal oriented, criticalcalm, patient , cautious
Sleeplight and interrupted sleepshort but solid sleeplong and deep sleep
Memoryforgets easilygood memoryexcellent long term memory
Languagetalks a lot, fast talker, eloquentclear, convincing, eloquentlovely deep voice, doesn’t speak a lot
How do you handle excessive pressurefearful, becomes nervous fast, exhaustedimpulsive, aggressive, agitatedcalm, patient, doesn’t get stressed easily
Movementsfast, erraticexact, precise, certainslow
Appetiteregular to irregular, if distracted - no appetitelarge, needs food regularlycan skip a meal easily
Personalityflexible, playful, artisticsporty, initiative, fighterpeaceful, good stamina, balanced
Quirkdoes not make decisions very easilyoutstanding awarenessCreature of habit
Behaviourimpressionable, fiery, fickleplayful, courageous, dynamicgrounded, systematic
Sensesdelicate tactile sensation and accustic awarenessoutstanding optical perceptionoutstanding taste and smell perception