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Your Ayurvedic Gift Guide for the Holidays

posted in Seasonal Topics

Small gifts that come from the heart can make a big impact on the people you love. When it comes to gift-giving during the upcoming holidays, show your loved ones just how much you value their well-being, happiness, and success with time-trusted Ayurvedic herbs and tools for health. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite wellness go-to products that make the perfect stocking stuffers, delightful surprises, and ways to say thank you.

Beauty Balm

Beauty Balm isn’t just about looking beautiful: it’s also about deep nourishment that helps you feel beautiful from the outside in. Give the ones you love the opportunity to cherish themselves with this versatile and go-to beauty product! Our award winning balm is used as a skin cream, eye cream, hand cream, lip balm, and a general moisturizer for everything from elbows and knees to cuticles.

Nasya Oil

Looking for new ways to bring comfort to your loved ones? You might be surprised by how soothing and calming it feels to put a bit of oil in your nose. Our Nasya Oil is the best way to do this. A base of olive and sesame oils delivers powerful and protective Ayurvedic herbs to your nasal passages and beyond. Help relieve occasional sinus congestion, stress and tension, and improve the quality of the voice.

Tongue Cleaner

Daily tongue cleaning leads to fresh breath, improved oral health and organ function. We think everyone should try it, regardless of the impression you might make when you gift a tongue cleaner to everyone in the family!


Officemates, holiday hosts, and college students are sure to rejoice when you give them an all-natural, herbal soap at holiday time. Essential oils are steam-distilled and blended with the best organic base oils to make these soaps a high quality and thoughtful gift.

Daily Swish

Help your loved ones shine this holiday season! Daily Swish Ayurvedic Pulling Oil promotes white teeth, fresh breath, and healthy teeth and gums. Its refreshing and natural mint taste is the bow on top of this swishing oil!

I Travel Well

Have a jet-setter in your life? Whether by plane, car, boat, or bus, I Travel Well liquid extract is sure to make for an easier trip. Ayurvedic herbs, like Ashwagandha and Ginger support the body and brain when it is faced with time changes, disrupted sleep patterns, and fast-paced itineraries.


Gift your loved one this holiday season with healthy and supported immunity! Chyavanprash is an herbal jam, loaded with powerful Ayurvedic herbs. Ghee and honey carry these herbs deep into the bodily tissues to bolster the immune system. A spoonful in warm water makes a great tea to enjoy by the fireplace, too!

Sleep Easy Oil

Give the gift of a good night’s sleep. Your loved ones, and surely everyone around them, will thank you for it! Sleep Easy Oil combines calming, nourishing Ayurvedic herbs in an oil base that is supportive for all body types. You might even include a personal head and foot massage with it!

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