Get to Know Suvita's Ingredients
Suvita: The Path of Prosperity
Ayurvedic herbs are an important tool used in treating illness, and every plant possesses a set of characteristics which can aid the body in balancing the subtle ratio of the Tridosha. Our formula Suvita contains a variety of Ayurvedic herbs which will not only heal the mind, body and spirit, but also balance the three doshas and align the subtle energies and constitutions from within the body.
SUVITA contains many of Ayurveda's most powerful herbs:
According to Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is the ideal balancing herb, good for stress and anxiety, anti-inflammatory, adaptogenic, promotes sleep, aids the immune system and adrenal function, and reduces excess Vata and Kapha.
According to Ayurveda, it is anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, good for the skin and eyes, aids the immune system, anti-bacterial, helps joint pain and inflammation, and reduces an excess of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha when taken in appropriate dosage.
3. Cinnamin Bark
According to Ayurveda, it heals the intestinal tract, helps with cold symptoms, balances the microbiome in the intestines, increases circulation, balances blood sugar, and reduces excess Vata and Kapha.
This herbs promotes healthy brain function and the nervous system, improves memory and concentration, gives energy and relieves stress, encourages calmness and clarity of the mind, and balances/ benefits all three doshas.
5. Tulsi or Holy Basil
According to Ayurveda, it is spiritually uplifting and enlightening, antibacterial, aids breathing and prana, cleanses the respiratory tract, calms the digestive tract, increases clarity of the mind, and decreases excess Vata and Kapha.
According to Ayurveda, it eliminates toxins and aids detoxification in the body, antibacterial and antifungal, heals the GI tract and digestion, promotes liver function and immunity, and reduces excess Vata and Kapha.
7. Trikatu or Pippali Blend
According to Ayurveda, this well-known blend of black pepper, ginger, and Pippali heals the intestines, aids digestion, circulation and lung health, and decreases excess Vata and Kapha.
According to Ayurveda, this blend expels disease from the body and is made up of amla or amalaki (anti-inflammatory for the digestive tract, adaptogenic, heals digestive sensitivities, aids in liver detoxification, and is high in vitamin C), bibhitaki (helps with congestion in the head and chest and insomnia), and haritaki (known for healing the digestive tract and lungs, and is good for eye health) and balances all three doshas.
According to Ayurveda, it alleviates tension in the chest, anxiety, and issues with the nervous system, purifies the spirit, and decreases any excess in Vata, Pitta, or Kapha.
10. Cloves Bud
According to Ayurveda, it is antiseptic and antifungal, aids digestive health, decreases nausea and eating disorders, and decreases excess in all three doshas.
11. Celery Seed
According to Ayurveda, it aids detoxification and liver function and is anti-inflammatory.
12. Licorice Root
According to Ayurveda, it is anti-inflammatory, helps with adrenal health, helps heal ulcers, helps with energy levels, helps heal skin ailments, and is balancing for all three doshas.
According to Ayurveda, it has four colored varieties, the black being the most health- beneficial, has high mineral content, benefits kidney health, aids urinary system, helps regulate blood sugar levels and aids reproductive functions.
According to Ayurveda, it is immune-boosting and anti-viral, and helps with stress and fatigue.