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  1. Vata Balancing Bundle
    Vata Balancing Bundle

    Complementary Products to Balance Vata*

  2. Easy Digest liquid extract
    Easy Digest liquid extract

    Powerful Support for Healthy Digestion*

    $12.99
  3. I Sleep Soundly™ tablets
    I Sleep Soundly™ tablets

    Promotes Sound, Restful Sleep*

    $21.99
  4. Stress Ease™ tablets
    Stress Ease™ tablets

    Balancing Formula for Coping with Stress & Fatigue*

    $21.99
  5. Tranquil Mind™ tablets
    Tranquil Mind™ tablets

    Promotes Mental Calmness and Well-Being*

    $21.99
  6. Triphala tablets
    Triphala tablets

    Balancing Formula for Detoxification & Rejuvenation*

    $17.99
  7. Healthy Vata™ tablets
    Healthy Vata™ tablets

    Balancing Formula for Vata*

    $21.99
  8. Vata Digest™ tablets
    Vata Digest™ tablets

    Digestion Formula for Vata*

    Out of stock
  9. Vata Massage Oil
    Vata Massage Oil

    Relaxing. Warming. Grounding.

    $11.99
  10. Nasya Oil
    Nasya Oil

    Nasal Drops for Clear Breathing

    $12.99
  11. Daily Massage Oil
    Daily Massage Oil

    For All Body Types

    $3.49
  12. Ashwagandha tablets
    Ashwagandha tablets

    Rejuvenation for Vata & Kapha that Promotes Vitality & Strength*

    $14.99 Sale $19.99 Regular Price
  13. Ashwagandha liquid extract
    Ashwagandha liquid extract

    Rejuvenation for Vata & Kapha that Promotes Vitality & Strength*

    $12.99
  14. Haritaki tablets
    Haritaki tablets

    Detoxification & Rejuvenation for Vata*

    $19.99
  15. Ashwagandha Bala Oil
    Ashwagandha Bala Oil

    Building. Nourishing. Vitalizing.

    $11.99
  16. Mahanarayan Oil
    Mahanarayan Oil

    For Muscles and Joints

    $12.99
  17. Chyavanprash
    Chyavanprash

    Promotes Rejuvenation and Proper Function of the Immune System*

    $19.99

Ayurvedic Herbs for Vata Dosha

Vata vata vata! Vata dosha is the dosha most likely and most easily to swing out of balance. If your prakriti is predominantly vata, you innately understand this tendency toward vata imbalance. Vata dosha, being comprised of ether (space) and air (wind), is mobile, light, cold, and dry. It is responsible for movement in the body, the flow of breath and blood, nerve impulses, and creativity. The primary site of vata is the colon, thus vata imbalance often shows up here. Balancing vata includes warming, grounding, and nourishing practices, food, and vata balancing herbs. It may also necessitate slowing down, getting adequate rest, and following a daily routine. For a more in-depth look at vata-balancing lifestyle approaches, check out our Balancing Vata guide.

Ayurvedic Herbs for Vata Dosha

From the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia, some of the best balancing herbs for vata dosha treatment include: ashwagandha, ginger, kapikacchu, dashamula, cardamom, gokshura, brahmi/gotu kola, shankhapushpi, and haritaki. Say some of those names ten times fast! Our Healthy Vata formula combines many of these herbs into one convenient tablet to be used year-round for additional support or to bring a temporary imbalance back into equilibrium. Vata is aggravated by the astringent, bitter, and pungent tastes, so the herbs we bring to correct vata imbalance offer sweet, sour, and sometimes salty flavors. They also bring their warming and soothing qualities to balance the dry and cold of vata. Perhaps foremost in balancing vata is the use of oils both internally and externally. Healthy fats provide the unctuous quality missing in vata’s dryness. Vata Massage Oil is a valuable way to provide both calm to the nervous system and moisture to the skin. The grounding practice of abhyanga, or self-massage, is a critical component in balancing vata dosha. And triphala and sat isabgol, psyllium husk, assist in regular elimination, which can often be compromised as the primary site of vata.

These are just some of the Ayurvedic herbs for vata dosha. If you are unsure of where to start, our Ayurvedic Profile™ quiz is a valuable resource, as is our Customer Service team. They are available to answer any questions you may have from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. PST Monday–Friday.