The holidays are almost here! Many of us have already started buying gifts for our family and friends, or at least we know we need to start soon. If you’re unsure of what to get for the Ayurveda-lover in your life, we’ve done all of the work for you (and even narrowed it down by Dosha!)
For Your Vata-Dominant Loved Ones
These tablets balance Vata Dosha and relieve joint stiffness, strengthen the immune system and improve blood circulation.
These capsules are perfect for the new mother in your life. They promote good health in postnatal care of moms as well as support the treatment of a variety of Vata diseases like arthritis.
This herbal oil has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and is commonly used to soothe pain and inflammation in the joints.
This Ayurvedic oil balances both Vata and Pitta Dosha. It reduces pain and inflammation in the joints, improves muscle and nerve strength, and supports the healing of upper respiratory infections, arthritis and epilepsy.
Balahatadi is used in abhyanga (oil massage) to prevent and soothe headaches, migraines, insomnia and dizziness.
For Your Pitta-Dominant Loved Ones
This herbal oil is commonly used externally to support the healing of skin diseases like eczema. It also improves the skin overall by detoxifying it.
Jivantyadi’s Pitta-balancing properties help to heal skin diseases, including eczema, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, hives and allergic rashes.
This oil is used externally to support the prevention and elimination of headaches, migraines, stress and insomnia. It is a very effective relaxant!
This liquid Ayurvedic remedy is mainly used to support the treatment of respiratory and intestinal disorders like colds, coughs, constipation and asthma. Draksha refers to raisins, which is a main ingredient.
Amrita Arishtam helps to relieve and prevent fevers. Guduchi, the main ingredient in this Ayurvedic medicine, is a potent immune-modulator.
For Your Kapha-Dominant Loved Ones
This healing Arishtam acts as a hematinic so it’s useful in reversing iron deficiency. Because of its Pitta-balancing traits, it’s used to help cure skin diseases. It also supports healthy weight loss.
This liquid Ayurvedic product is used to support the healing of anorexia, digestive disorders, liver disorders and hemorrhoids. It can also help to remedy tuberculosis and build up body mass and physical strength.
Vasakadya Arishtam is a liquid Ayurvedic product used as a healing agent for asthma. It is a natural bronchodilator and anti-asthmatic herbal product. It is also soothing for general inflammation.
Aragwadhadi Kwatham Tablets are used to help heal wounds, kaphaja fever and scabies. These tablets reduce blood sugar levels and take care of skin complications associated with diabetes. It can also relieve bloating and vomiting.
These herbal tablets are useful in relieving joint stiffness and strengthening the immune system. It also improves blood circulation.
If you have any questions about specific health concerns, Doshic imbalances, administration and dosage amounts before purchasing our products for your loved ones (or yourself!) please contact us. We will set you up with one of our experienced, knowledgeable and highly educated Ayurvedic professional affiliates.
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Migraine is a neurological disease, with headache being only one of several symptoms.Other symptoms include nausea, sensitivity to light, sound, and odors, body pain and inability to focus. Some people experience prodromal symptoms of focal aura and excessive yawning. If left untreated or incorrectly treated, a migraine can take anywhere from four hours to three days to run its course