Vata Spice Mix contains ginger, fenugreek and cinnamon. It effectively balances vata dosha and relieves gastritis, constipation and joint pain.
As per Ayurveda, Vata is the aspect of human physiology that is formed from the combination of the Air and Ether elements, and has the qualities of being dry, light, cold, rough, subtle, and mobile. ORGANIC VATA SPICE MIX has a unique blend of spices that expels the accumulated Vata from the body and brings in balance to the affected regions with its nurturing, warming, moistening, calming, and grounding actions. This churna (powder) is centered on three Ayurvedic spices namely, Ginger, Fenugreek, and Cinnamon, which are supported by several other herbs to render a complete treatment to Vata imbalance.
Benefits of ORGANIC VATA SPICE MIX:
* Balance VATA Dosha
* Treat Gastritis
* Reduce Constipation
* Reduce Joint Pain (Aggravation of Vata)
* Improve Nerve Impulses & Feelings
What is Dosha?
Ayurveda works on the Tridosha Theory. In Ayurveda, an individual’s health is made up of three fundamental bodily humours, namely Vata (wind), Pitta (bile) and Kapha (mucus). These medical humours are the three forces which govern all biological processes. These humours are responsible for all bodily functions in a living organism and their being in balance enables the healthy functioning of the body. When there is disturbance or imbalance in these Doshas, the body fails to function properly and diseases spring up. A harmonious state amongst these doshas is therefore necessary for homeostasis and thereby good health.
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Vata is the aspect of human physiology that is formed from the combination of the Air and Ether elements, and as such it has the qualities of being dry, light, cold, rough, subtle, and mobile. When Vata dosha is agitated these qualities are brought out of balance and one will feel their excess become apparent in a variety of ways. Vata imbalance can manifest as dryness of the skin, organs or bones, and feeling cold, erratic or nervous. It will often express itself in the digestive functions as these are the central fire of the body and are weakened by the excess cold of vitiated Vata. Vata related indigestion will be gaseous and may involve muscular tension and pain due to the rigidity caused by the cold, dry nature of Vata. To help bring Vata into balance, warming herbs and spices are used that stimulate and regulate digestion while soothing the nerves and muscles.
Gastritis is an inflammation in the lining of the stomach. It can occur due to a variety of causes like alcoholism, certain medications, infections, bile reflux, extreme stress and more. The symptoms of gastritis include nausea, bloating, indigestion, vomiting, and burning feeling in the stomach. These symptoms are so common that they are ignored, overlooked or self treated without any permanent relief. In case of prolonged symptoms, endoscopy or blood tests are recommended diagnose them.
Constipation is a highly serious condition if left untreated for a long period of time. It can lead to the accumulation of toxins which can affect overall health and wellbeing. Ayurveda sees constipation as a reason for many other conditions like dandruff, acne, boils, skin disorders, hair fall etc. When you are constipated, toxins or waste remain in the intestines and get absorbed in to the bloodstream. They, then, enter the other systems and create havoc by lowering immunity and promoting ill health.
* Gastritis: Doctors recommend the use of antacids and other drugs to reduce stomach acid in order to reduce inflammation. In case of infection, antibiotics are recommended. Apart from that, they advise reducing milk products and wheat form the diet while also restricting spicy and oily foods. The main issues with Allopathic drugs are their side effects and dependency. These drugs cannot be stopped without the consent of your doctor.
* Constipation: Over the counter laxatives and lifestyle changes are the two advices your Primary Health Care Giver would give you. These medicines when used for a long term drain the fluids from the body, damage the muscular function of the bowel and cause dependency. Ayurvedic Treatment Ayurvedic Treatment centres on balancing the Doshas for optimum well being.
Recommended Lifestyle Changes:
Vata is the ‘king of doshas’ because it is responsible for every movement in the body from breathing to digestion. Vata type people are talkative, mobile, and always worried. They move a lot but their digestion is sluggish. They are generally thin and hardly put on weight. The worst part is that Vatas have very little energy reserve and can get tired easily. Vatas need to avoid vigorous activities, need sufficient rest and stay warm. Vata cannot stand winter and goes out of balance in winters. They suffer from weight loss, constipation, hypertension, arthritis, weakness, restlessness and digestive problems.
· Meditation, yoga, and pranayama can reduce their worry and anxiety.
· Warm foods will help balance the cold qualities in Vata.
· Keep yourself warm in cold seasons.
· Take enough fluids lubricate their dry rough body.
· Take low fat dairy, soft foods, cooked vegetables and sweet and heavy fruits [banana, mango, avocado etc.]. Avoid raw vegetables and cold foods. Minimize spicy, dry, crunchy, astringent and bitter foods while favouring warm, sour, sweet and oily foods. Watch weight gain while following the Vata Pacifying Diet.
Ingredients in ORGANIC VATA SPICE MIX: Ajwain, Cumin, Ginger, Fenugreek, Turmeric, Cinnamon, Clove.
· Made with 100% Certified Organic Herbs.
· No Heavy Metals.
· No Added Artificial Flavours.
· No Chemical Preservatives.
· No Pesticides.
Ginger is one of the best general tonics to the stomach and digestive organs. It is stimulating, cleansing, and nurturing to the entire gastro-intestinal tract, and is also warming and soothing to the entire body. Fenugreek is included because of its special restorative effects on the nerves. It is calming and grounding to the nervous system. Cinnamon strengthens and harmonizes the circulation of blood and nerve energy throughout the body. It is warming and pain relieving, and relaxes the muscles, strengthens the heart, warms the kidneys and stokes Agni, without aggravating Pitta.
In addition to these spices, this blend includes other warming and stimulating herbs and spices that contribute support to their actions. All of these herbs stimulate digestion to eliminate intestinal gas and abdominal pain. They are warming to the body, calming to the nerves. Turmeric and Ajwain are included for their cleansing actions on the liver and GI tract; they eliminate harmful pathogens and restore damaged tissue. Ajwain is uniquely supportive of digestion because it has anti-septic qualities which inhibit the growth of harmful pathogens without harming the beneficial intestinal flora, which are essential for proper digestion.
The VATA SPICE MIX enkindles the digestive fire, helping to ease bloating and gas which result from excess Vata, and relieves indigestion. It soothes and restores the nerves, balancing their function and in so doing helps to open the consciousness of body heightening sensory acuity. In this way, it promotes regularity of the digestive system and all metabolic and nervous functions of the body while restoring and maintaining Vata.
Usage Instructions: Add ORGANIC VATA SPICE MIX to food while cooking, or sprinkle on prepared dishes at every meal. You may also mix it in the oil as a salad dressing.
Packaging Size: 100 grams