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 +====== Blood Types Correlated to the Dosha ======
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 +O Rh positive - [[Pitta]] or [[Kapha Pitta]] - 65% of the time
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 +O Rh Negative - [[Pitta]] predominant - 70% of the time
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 +A - [[Vata]] predominant - 80% of the time 
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 +B - [[Kapha]] predominant - 80% of the time
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 +AB - [[Vata Kapha]] dual - 65% of the time
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 +Remember, blood in the Western sense includes [[rasa]] and [[rakta]] dhatus. A blood transfusion of the component called red blood cells, which is [[rakta]] [[dhatu]], is required when a person has an extremely low blood count and is also necessary during a surgical procedure. Type A receives blood from A. Type B should receive blood from type B. The universal donor is O and the universal recipient is AB. These four groups are important. It is simple to have your blood type checked in a lab. If by mistake blood if Type A is given to B or B to A, it is a mismatch. In addition, we must think about Rh positive and Rh negative. O Rh negative is highly [[Pitta]], and these people may develop peptic ulcer, ulcerative colitis and other pitta disorders. This group is likely to develop disorders of increased [[ranjanka pitta]].
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 +From "The Textbook of Ayurveda Fundamental Principles"​ by Dr. Vasant Lad, pg 120
 +http://​www.ayurveda.com/​products/​books.html#​textbook
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