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Ayurvedic Herbs for Stress Relief
      Vata Derangement

Amla Extract made from wildcrafted Indian gooseberries.

Amla Extract, 2 oz.

Amla is a tropical gooseberry and one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. It is the main ingredient in many formulas including the two best-selling formulations in history: the rejuvenative jam Chyawanprash and the cleansing formula Triphala. Amla is a superb antioxidant. It is also radioprotective, antitumoral, and analgesic. It is cardioprotective, hepatoprotective, and immune enhancing. Our amalaki is extracted from wildcrafted plants.

For pdf on Amla, click here.

30 drops in a small amount of water, 2 to 3 times daily, or as directed by your health care provider. Shake well before using.

Ingredients: organically grown Emblica officinalis fruit extract, 1:4, in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $



Sattva Elixir, 4 oz.

The sattvic state of mind is the yogic ideal. It is tranquil and harmonious. This formula has been developed for those who yearn for a peaceful and calm mind. It is a gently nourishing tonic, made in honey, and provides support for those who tend to become nervous when under stress. It relies heavily on rasayana herbs, all of which are regarded as longevity herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. Rasayana herbs are also antioxidants and most are adaptogens as well.

Ingredients: Proprietary blend of Asparagus racemosus root OG, Centella asiatica aerial parts OG, Glycyrrhiza glabra root, Convolvulus pluricaulis aerial parts, Ocimum sanctum leaf & flower OG, Bacopa monnieri aerial parts, Shilajit WC and honey in distilled water, organic alcohol, and vegetable glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $



Shankhapushpi: Ayurvedic Herb for Anxiety and Mood Swings

Shankhapushpi Extract, 2 oz.

Shankhapushpi is the primary Ayurvedic herb for anxiousness and swift mood changes that are, in turn, usually attributed to vata derangement but sometimes to a mixture of vata and pitta disturbances. In such cases, Shankhapushpi is often the herb of choice for pacifying turbulent emotions. Shankhapushpi is a rasayana herb and is often used as a regenerative herb for the brain. It is believed to modulate the neurochemistry of the brain. Shankhapushpi aids memory and reduces tension due to mental stimulation.

30 drops in a small amount of water, 2 to 3 times daily, or as directed by your health care provider. Shake well before using.

Ingredients: USDA organic Convolvulus pluricalis aerial parts 1:5 in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $



Stress Ease, 60 capsules

This herbal blend aids relaxation and acts as a natural stress-reliever.

Ingredients: standardized extracts of Shatawari (Asparagus racemosus), Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Kapi Kacchu (Mucuna pruriens), Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), Indian Long pepper (Piper longum).

Vadik Herbs, $



Stress Ease - Ayurvedic Herbal Formula for Neuromuscular Support

Stress Ease, 90 tablets, 500 mg.

This formula supports the resiliency of the neuromuscular system so that margins for coping with the stress of modern life are widened. The herbs nurture the mind and calm the nerves.

Special notes: For male infertility or sexual debility, use in conjunction with Men's Support. For female infertility or sexual debility, consider Women's Support or Shatavari. For anxiety, insomnia, or nervous debility, use in conjunction with Tranquil Mind. For memory loss, use in conjunction with Mental Clarity.

Ingredients: Ashwagandha root, Withania somnifera; Bala root, Sida cordifolia; Vidari root, Ipomomea digitata; Brahmi leaf, Hydrocotyle asiatica; Amalaki fruit, Emblica officinalis; Guduchi herb, Tinospora cordifolia; Gokshura herb, Tribulus terrestris; Shatavari root, Asparagus racemosus; Shankha Pushpi herb, Evolvulus alsinoides; Anantamul root, Hemidesmus indicus; Arjuna bark, Terminalia arjuna; Banslochan stem, Bambusa arundinacea; Licorice root, Glycyrrhiza glabra; Kapi Kacchu seed, Mucuna pruriens; Ginger root, Zingiber officinale; Pippali fruit, Piper longum; Cardamom seed, Elettaria cardamomum; Mica, reduced iron.

Banyan Botanicals, $



Tranquil Mind, Ayurvedic Herbal Formula for Restlessness

Tranquil Mind, 90 tablets

Tranquil Mind is for vata types whose mental agitation interferes with sleep. It reduces the restlessness and other vata derangements that disturb the nervous system but it can be used for all dosha imbalances.

Special notes: For male infertility or sexual debility, use in conjunction with Men's Support. For female infertility or sexual debiility, consider Women's Support or Shatavari. For memory loss, use in conjunction with Mental Clarity.

Ingredients: Jatamansi root, Nardostachys jatamansi; Tagara root, Valeriana wallichi; Bhringaraj leaf, Eclipta alba; Scullcap herb, Scutellaria lateriflora; Passion flower, Passiflora incarnata; Guduchi herb, Tinospora cordifolia; Chamomile flower, Matricaria recutita; Brahmi leaf, Hydrocotyle asiatica; Shankha Pushpi herb, Evolvulus alsinodes; Ashwagandha root, Withania somnifera; Vidari root, Ipomomea digitata; Licorice root, Glycyhiza glabra; Pippali fruit, Piper longum; reduced iron.

Banyan Botanicals, $



Tulsi Herb in Vegetarian Capsules

Tulsi, 100 Vegicaps, 450 mg.

Tulsi or holy basil is one of the most important herbs in the Ayurvedic pharmacopeia. It is an ingredient in many formulas but is offered here as a single herb. Studies find it helpful in the management of hepatitis, tuberculosis, malaria, and a host of other diseases. It is relaxing because of its antispasmodic effects. It improves transport of oxygen and seems to have estrogen lowering effects.

Ingredients: Tulsi, Ocimum sanctum in vegetarian capsules.

Vadik Herbs, $


 

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