(Kapha Doṣa): One of the three biological humors or psychophysiological energies described in Ayurveda. It is made up of the elements apas (Water) and prithivi (Earth). People with more kapha dosha in their constitutions tend to be of larger proportions, with robust frames, padded joints, thick, smooth skin that may tend towards oiliness, and thick, wavy hair. “Stable” and “calm” are words that define their minds, speech, and actions. They are easy-going and supportive in relationships. They have a steady way of walking. There is a quality of serenity in their smiles. They are long, heavy sleepers and uncomfortable in damp, clammy environments. Calm and sweetness of disposition are hallmarks of balanced kapha. Loyalty is the keyword for kapha dosha people.