What is Vata? Vata is the dosha made up of air and space. The body functions such as flexibility, creativity, and body movements like muscle contraction, breath, and heart functions are all supported by Vata dosha. Vata oil is a blend of herbs that supports the vata dosha. Vata oil is a nourishing and grounding oil. Massaging with firm but gentle strokes helps the vata body relax. The key ingredients, such as Ashwagandha, Bala, and Dashmool, support the nervous system and balance vata-related symptoms. AS YOU CAN SEE, I HAVE NOT MENTIONED ANY DISEASES.
- Nourishing and grounding.
- Supports the immune system.
- Improves healthy blood circulation.
- Ensures relaxing sleep.
- Improves the look and feel of the skin.
- Supports joints and ligament mobility.
- Ayurvedic oils have the goodness of spiritual properties that aid healing and promote overall wellness.
- Virya (action): warming
- Doshas (constitutions): Balancing for vata dosha
For optimal safety, we recommend conducting a spot test of the oil on a small area of skin before applying it to larger areas. This helps account for individual variations in response to natural ingredients and aromas. If any adverse reactions occur, such as skin irritation, promptly wash off the oil with soap and warm water, and discontinue use to ensure skin health and well-being.
- Bilva fruit (Aegle marmelos)
- Prishriparni root (Urariapicta)
- Gambhari root (Gmelina ribes)
- Kantakari root (Solanum surratense)
- Brihati root (Solanum indicum)
- Shyonak root (Oroxylum indicum)
- Gokshur root (Tribulus terrestris)
- Shalparni root (Desmodium gangeticum)
- Agnimanth root (Premna mucronata)
- Patla root (Stereospermum suaveolens)
- Bala root (Sida cordifolia)
- Manjistha root (Rubia cordifolia)
- Haridra rhizome (Curcuma longa)
- Natural sesame oil as base.
- Avoid using Vata Oil if you are pregnant or breastfeeding unless recommended by your healthcare provider.
- Perform a patch test before applying the oil topically to check for any allergic reactions or skin sensitivities.
- Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes, and open wounds.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Store the oil in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight.
Due to the individual nature of the humanbody's response to natural ingredients andaromas, it is recommended that the user doa spot test of the oil before applying it to theskin in large amounts. If you experienceany adverse reactions, wash off the oil withsoap and warm water and discontinue use.
Place herbs in airtight containers or jars with tight-fitting lids. Glass keeps aromas in. Herbs must be dried well and stored. Exposure to moisture may cause mold. Store in a cool, dry, dark area, away from light and heat. Powdered herbs exposed to the elements may lose potency. Once the herb or spice is opened, mark the date on the jar and use dried powdered herbs within 6 to 12 months.