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Ashwagandhais one of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing. Ashwagandha is used to tone, support, and revitalize bodily functions. It has been revered over time for its dual capacity to energize and calm at the same time.

Ashwagandha is beneficial in balancing Vata and Kapha Dosha.



Eucalyptus tree belongs to the Ayurvedic family lavangkul. It is popularly known in India as ‘Nilgiritaila’ as the most aromatic and healing variety grows in Nilgiris hills in south India. It is beneficial in the treatment cold, cough and other respiratory ailments along with relieving mental fatigue.

Eucalyptus Oil is Tridoshic, it helps in balancing all Doshas.



Very popular in southern India, almond kernels and the nutty oil extracted from them are credited withfor promoting heart and skin health.

Almond Oil is best for pacifying Vatadosha due toit’s sweet and warming quality


Aloe Vera 

Aloe vera or ghritakumara, is a member of the lily family and is known for having a cooling and healing effect on the system. Aloe vera contains antioxidant vitamins A, C and E plus vitamin B12, folic acid and choline beneficial to support digestive health, skin health and overall wellbeing.

Aloe Vera has a balancing effect for Pitta and VataDosha.



Amla has been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years to support a healthy metabolism and promote anti-inflammatory properties that cool, tone, and nourish tissues and organs.

Amla pacifies vata, pitta, and kapha, though it is especially calming to pitta.



The bark from the Arjuna tree has been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda to support numerous cardiovascular health concerns.

Arjuna is primarily cooling for Pitta but can also be good for Vata and Kapha.


Brahmi (Indian Gotu kola)

Brahmi is a popular ayurvedic herb that has been revered in India for over 3000 years to support focus and concentration, promote daytime energy as well as nighttime sleep and encourages a balanced emotional state.

Brahmi pacifies all three Doshas.



Popularly used in the Ayurvedic healing of bronchitis, insomnia, asthma, whooping cough and sinus headaches, Camphor opens up the senses and brings clarity to the mind.

Camphor, being coolant, balances KaphaDosha.



Cardamom is Ayurveda's most powerful defender of mucus and is a extremely beneficial to those with digestive difficulties, from vomiting and to sluggish digestion.

Cardamom is good for balancing all three doshas, but people trying to keep Pitta in balance should use it in smaller amounts.



In ayurveda, this ancient healing spice is used to balance digestion and to pacify stomach disorders.

Cinnamon is excellent for pacifying Kapha and also good for balancing Vata. In


Clary Sage 

Clary sage oil is a calming oil with a wide range of benefitsparticularly for helping fight anxiety and promotes clarity of mind and vision.This revitalizing herb is helps to combat water retention problems, and hormonal imbalance in women.

Clary Sage essential oil is beneficial for all the three doshas.



Cloves can be found in nature as unopened pink flower buds of the evergreen tree. Clove is a natural anti-inflammatory that is known to eliminate acne, improve blood circulation, boost energy. In Ayurveda, it is used as a natural remedy for tooth aches

Clove helps balance Vata and Kapha.


Castor oil 

When used inAyurvedic massage (abhangya), Castor Oil is an excellent detoxifying, cleansing, nourishing and pacifying oil for the mind, body and spirit.

Castor Oil is excellent in relieving Vata and Kapha disorders.



Garlic is used in Ayurveda for the treatment of heart disease, high blood pressure, skin disorders and digestive problems.

Garlic is good for increasing pitta dosha and lessening excess of vata and kapha.



Ayurvedic text recommends ginger for therapeutic use for joint pain, motion or airsickness and clearing the microcirculatory channels to facilitate better absorption of nutrients.

Decreases or pacifies Vata and Kapha, can aggravate Pitta in excess



Grapefruit Oil cleanses the aura, flushes out depression and boosts mood. Give that perfect lift to your self-esteem and put negative feelings at ease with this Ayurvedic herb!

This oil is beneficial in balancing Kaphadosha.


Grapeseed Extract 

Ayurveda has classified grapes as Kanthya, meaning herbs that help in soothing throat and enhancing voice, Shramahara, which means herbs that alleviate fatigue and drowsiness and Kashara, meaning cough suppressant herbs. Ayurvedic massages (abhangya) with grapeseed oil highly recommended for overall wellbeing due to its light consistency and ability to get absorbed easily.

This oil is beneficial in balancing Kaphadosha.


Holy Basil (Tulsi)  

Tulsi is widely regarded as one of the preeminent healing herbs in Ayurveda that works on a deep level to bring balance and harmony into your system.

Tulsi balances both kapha and vatadoshas.



NardostachysJatamansi is a known calming herb in Ayurveda because of its medicinal values and ability to support the central nervous system. It is commonly prescribed against stress, spasm and for supporting a calm mind and balanced body!

Jatamansi is the most effective herb for putting an end to Vata imbalance.


Kesar (Saffron) 

The saffron, known as “Varnya gana”in the world of ayurveda, improves immunity, increases energy, helps fight phlegm and respiratory disorders, improves vision and reduces inflammation.

Saffron helps pacify all three doshas.



Lavender as a powerful herb known for its exquisite and energizing ability to empower the mind and stimulate the brain. It’s been proven to treat anxiety, irritability, headaches, low self esteem, insomnia, and stress.

Lavender, widely acclaimed as the most famous essential oil in the world, is excellent for calming vata.



Lemongrass Oil is considered nature’s super glue for the human body. Massages (abhangya) with lemongrass essential oil works great in fixing and repairing damaged ligaments, tendons and inflamed tissues.

This oil is beneficial in balancing Vatadosha.



Manjistha is a potent antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial. It has been used in Ayurveda as a muscle relaxant; to ease stress and anxiety, heal bruises and reduce joint pain and swelling; and relieve digestive issues.

Manjistha makes for the best rejuvenating aromatic home spa treatment when infused with other essential oils.

Given its cooling property Manjistha is best for balancing Pitta



In Ayurveda, neem is traditionally used for purifying and cleansing. It helps to promote healthy skin, bolsters the immune system and supports a healthy digestive environment in the GI tract. Neem massage oil softens, moisturizes and protects the skin.

The doshas that are balanced with Neem are pitta and kapha.



Known as Jatiphala in Ayurveda, Nutmeg and its essential oil have been used for treating fever, respiratory problems, headaches, digestive disorders, bad breath, inflammation, sleep disorders and more.

Nutmeg warming and energizing properties helps in pacifyingvata and kapha and increases pitta.



Patchouli, meaning 'green leaf' in Indian and is one of the best oils for skin care as it promotes the growth of new skin cells. Patchouli oil is also known for calming to the body and mind.

Helps to treat kapha deficiency and vata and pitta aggravation.



This minty and fresh oil has many healing properties for the skin, hair, and body. The antimicrobial properties of this oil assist with balancing acne prone skin, relieves pains and cramps and improves mental focus and energy.

Peppermint oil balances all three doshas.



This sweet fruit in dietary form promotes cardiovascular health, anti-inflammatory actions and is a superior source of antioxidants.

Pomegranate has tri-dosha balancing effect.


Psyllium husk 

As a form of fiber, psyllium husk is most commonly used as a laxative and is also beneficial to the heart and pancreas. This supplement helps to make bowel movements easier, manages cholesterol levels, and also aids in healthy weight management.

Psyllium husk balances all three doshas.



Rosemary is one of the most powerful essential oils with a woody and evergreen scent, this oil improves memory, soothes digestive issues and improves gallbladder function.

Rosemary can reduce excess vita and kapha while treaing pitta deficiency.



Known for its woody, sweet smell, Sandalwood essential oil promotes mental clarity and peace of mind. When use tropically its antioxidant properties support skin and hair health.

Sandalwood balances pitta and kapha.


Sesame oil

Known as Tila in the Ayurveda, this sweet, but pungent oil is rich in linoleic acid and has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. It helps to prevent the skin from getting dry, nourishes muscles and bones, and supports comfortable joint movement.

The greatest benefit is in balancing Vata.


Shatavari (Wild asparagus) 

Used to support the reproductive system, for mostly women, this herb helps to gracefully transition women through the natural phases of life, such as menopause. It is also used as a digestive aid to support the natural balancing of acidic digestion.

Shatavari is used in Ayurveda to balance pitta and vata.


Sweet Orange 

Known for its uplifting and worry-reducing properties, sweet orange oil is ideal for calming and is the perfect mood enhancer and relaxant.

Sweet orange supports the functions of the vatadosha.


Tea Tree 

As an anti-inflammatory agent, tea tree oil relieves a variety of skin conditions including acne and eczema. It is also beneficial for hair and scalp health, with its ability to soothe dry, itchy skin. Tea tree oil's strong but revitalizing scent will soothe and awaken the senses.

Given its cooling and moisturizing properties, tea tree oil has equal effects on all three doshas.



Known as Gokshura in Ayurveda, it is an ancient herb that is mostly used for treating low libido and supports men’s reproductive health. It also helps proper function of the urinary tract and prostate.

Tribulus normalizes vata and pitta.



This vibrant root has been used for centuries in Ayurveda, it has powerful healing properties for the entire body. It is used to promote digestion, supports proper functioning of the liver, and bolsters the immune system.

Turmeric balances all three doshas, making it tri-doshic.



YlangYlang is used for its beauty and wellness properties. When applied to the skin, it promotes a youthful glow and fights premature signs of aging. The pleasant scent helps to promote positive mood and relieve metal stress.

Supports the pitta dosha.