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Why We Love Vata Dosha Tea
This tea is useful when you are feeling restless, ungrounded, or anxious. It helps to balance vata dosha.
All organic ingredients
Formulated by Master Ayurvedic Herbalists
Packaged in the USA
Loose organic herbs - brew like loose leaf tea
Helps balance Vata Dosha
Delicious sweet, mildly spicy licorice taste
This vata balancing tea is the most popular ayurvedic supplement used in America today.
To save money, consider choosing our economical 2lb size bag. This bulk wholesale vata tea is the best deal for those looking to balance their vata dosha on a regular basis.
Helps to restore a sense of calm and relaxation when life all around you is hectic.
How to Use
Brew for 3-5 minutes in hot water. Sweetener can be added, but not necessary.
Ingredients: Organic licorice, organic sarsparilla, organic anise, organic fennel, organic ginger, organic cinnamon, organic clove, organic stevia, organic cardamom.
Tips to Balance Vata Dosha
In Ayurvedic medicine, the 'doshas' are energies that are believed to govern physiological activity and circulate in the body. Vata dosha is the energy that influences the other doshas and it governs the nervous system activities, the eliminative process and body movements. Vata dosha needs to be balanced so the body can maintain in good health.
When Vata dosha is out of balance, it will display symptoms in the body such as constipation, weight loss, restlessness, general weakness, digestive challenges, trouble sleeping, and dry skin and hair. Other symptoms can include spasms or twitches, a low tolerance for wind/cold as well as loud noises, and an overabundance of worrying or thinking.
To decrease Vata dosha, there are four main guidelines or philosophies to focus on: routine, serenity, warmth and nourishment. Remember to use organic sources of anything that you consume:
Use the following as the "to do" list to keep Vata dosha balanced:
*Naturally sweet, salty or sour foods.
*Fresh, whole cooked foods as well as warm foods.
*Limit the amount of legumes, but when you do consume them, even tofu, ensure that they are well cooked and use of nutmeg and cinnamon.
*Additional spices should include cumin, ginger and lightly hot cayenne pepper
*Warm or room temperature drinks (never cold)
*Dairy should be boiled first, not served cold and not mixed with any salty or sour foods. Milk can be spiced with nutmeg and cinnamon.
*Consume a good amount of unrefined and healthy oils
*Establish a defined routine or time for daily meals.
*Once you have taken the last bite of a meal, sit for a few minutes and relax before leaving the table.
*Make sure that you have a peaceful environment when eating your meal.
Avoid the following:
*Pungent, astringent or bitter foods should be minimized.
*Foods cooling both in temperature and energetically.
*Dry foods such as crackers or popcorn.
*Too many raw foods such as raw fruit, carrots, vegetable juices, and salads in both morning and evenings.
*Most beans, this includes soy products, especially cold.
*Highly processed foods such as frozen foods, canned, pastries and prepackaged ‘lunch or dinner’ style frozen meals.
*Carbonated or cold drinks
*Any stimulants such as caffeine or nicotine.
*Eat moderately, avoiding heavy meals or overeating
*Fresh fruit juice or fruits should be consumed one half hour before or one hour after any other foods.
*Drinks or foods that contain corn syrup or refined sugars.
*Any food that has been deep fried.
*Any form of hard alcohol.
The balance of Vata can also be accomplished through action and deeds. Establish a calm approach to life with a regulation routine for eating, working and sleeping. A self-massage with warm sesame oil along with gentle stretching exercises such as yoga or Tai Chi. Surround yourself with soothing company, scenes and music. Ensure that no matter what the weather condition, you stay warm.
These tips should help you on your way to a more balanced Vata, which should make you feel more grounded and settled in whatever activity you happen to be engaged in.