Banyan Botanicals, Vata Massage Oil, 12 fl oz
UPC Code: 618192033555
This rejuvenating oil is a synergistic blend of nine herbs, including ashwagandha, bala and passionflower. The certified organic herbs nourish and ground vata, supporting vitality and vigor. Vata Massage Oil is made from a base of organic sesame and olive oils. These oils warm and lubricate the delicate vata system. Ayurveda highly recommends a daily self-massage to restore calm and provide strength.
Vata is composed of the elements Air and Space. Any motion in the body requires vata: swallowing, breathing, nerve impulses, muscle movements, thinking, bowel movements, urination and menstruation. Vata benefits particularly from grounding and nourishing support, provided both by the oil itself and the warming herbs. Vata also benefits from regularity, especially a daily self massage with warm oil. The gentle pressure and firmness of massage grounds vata and brings stability.
12 fl oz
Sesame Oil**, Olive Oil**, Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)**, Bala**, Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)**, Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) **, Bhringaraj (Eclipta alba)**, Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)**, Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) **, Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) **, V offic**.
About Banyan Botanicals
Banyan Botanicals was founded in 1996, based on the dream of creating a company that would provide the best in Ayurvedic herbs and products. Banyan's mission is to provide you with the highest quality Ayurvedic herbs and products possible. The company believes a high quality product is one that is pure, effective and produced in an environmentally-friendly, ethical manner. To fulfill this mission Banyan Botanicals is committed to offering USDA Certified Organic herbs whenever possible, practicing Sustainable Sourcing methods and utilizing only Fairly Traded herbal ingredients.
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