Vata

Vata, being air and space, is cold and dry. A Vata type should place an emphasis on warm, moist foods (like soups, oatmeal and steamed vegetables) and calming, grounding activities. When Vata is imbalanced and high, a person may exhibit ailments such as dry skin issues, constipation, feeling cold, anxiety and insomnia, joint stiffness and pain, weight loss and a general lack of groundedness. Cold, raw and dry foods, like popcorn, raw fruits and leafy vegetables, as well as bitter, drying herbs, will only add more air to this constitution and aggravate these issues. The following blends employ herbs that are warming and emollient (add moisture and viscosity) to the body, and address some of Vataís most common ailments.


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Vata Appetite Loss

Vata Appetite Loss

A common affliction of the airy, overly creative, and ungrounded Vata type, as well as those overcoming long term illness or chemotherapy, is the...
Vata Cold and Flu

Vata Cold and Flu

This common cold remedy of catnip, anise, angelica root, thyme, sarsaparilla, ginger, cinnamon, white willow, skullcap, licorice root and slippery...
Vata Grounder

Vata Grounder

A soothing and centering blend of chamomile, St. Johnís Wort and dried lemon peel. This simple infusion is perfect when grappling with stress and...
Vata Nourishing Tonic

Vata Nourishing Tonic

Often in need of warming and restorative properties, this tonic concoction of sarsaparilla, ginger, gotu kola, soloman's seal, licorice root, saw...
Vata Sleep Tonic

Vata Sleep Tonic

Vata is the restless dosha, often struggling to relax an overly creative mind and fall asleep. This† balancing concoction of passion flower,...
Anxie-tea

Anxie-tea

Relax and settle an over anxious constitution with this soothing cup of roses, kava kava, chamomile, sarsaparilla, nutmeg, gotu kola, soloman's seal...