Ayurvedic herbs restore wellness to your whole system by treating the underlying causes of imbalance while alleviating perceivable symptoms. Herbs have always been a vital component of an Ayurvedic lifestyle, from garden herbs and cooking spices to complex healing formulas.
Originating in India more than 5,000 years ago, Ayurveda is known as the world’s oldest healing science. Consisting of two Sanskrit words, ayush—meaning life or longevity and veda meaning deep knowledge or wisdom—Ayurveda means “life wisdom” or “knowledge of longevity”. Ayurvedic medicine has thrived over time and provided the foundation for modern systems of medicine. Its key facets are a personalized and seasonal diet, balanced lifestyle, and Ayurvedic herbs.
About Ayurvedic Herbs
Prepared in a vast range of methods, Ayurvedic herbs can be taken internally—in powders, tablets, teas and jams, as well as topically—in soaps, massage oils, and pastes. Ayurvedic herbs are traditionally used to treat internal imbalances, handle seasonal or life changes, and maintain life-long health. Both single Ayurvedic herbs and synergistic formulas can be used to support, cleanse, or balance the systems, tissues, or organs of the body including:
- Digestion and Metabolism
- Mind, memory and sleep
- Skin and hair
- Blood and liver
- Heart, brain, lungs, and reproductive organs
- Muscles, bones, and joints
Ayurvedic herbs are used according to their subtle qualities and their ultimate internal effect. Traditional Ayurvedic herbs work optimally when taken according to your individual constitution, your current state of health, age, and season.