Vata is known to have cold, dry, light, quick, irregular and changeable characteristics. Ruled by the elements of ether and air, this dosha expresses joy, vitality, and clarity when in balance. However, it is prone to anxiety, fearfulness, and restlessness when out of balance. Vata is balanced by using herbs and oils that are opposite the core qualities of the dosha.
Vata Balancing Perfume Oil provides balance through warming, grounding and moisturizing support. Coconut and safflower oils are infused with rose petals and blended with bergamot and vanilla essential oils to balance the vata dosha. This lightly fragranced essential oil blend is batched seasonally with freshly harvested flower buds, petals and leaves according to traditional Ayurvedic cycles of production (monthly lunar cycles) to extract the most nutritive potential. These special herbs provide support for stress and exhaustion. Beautiful, soft fragrance. Apply throughout the day to feel calm and relaxed. Roll-on applicator.
Ingredients: Carthamus Tinctorious (Safflower) Seed Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (Coconut Oil), Essential Oil Blend, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Alcohol Denat (Perfumer's Alcohol), Rose Centfolia (Rose) Petals
Size: .5 oz
Made in USA
To discover your dosha, click here. However, you don't have to know your dosha to use this product. You can use Vata Balancing Perfume Oil to balance the qualities listed above.
Ayurveda, A Life of Balance
Ayurveda, the 5,000 year old holistic system of health and healing in India, is closely related to yoga. It is concerned with maintaining wellness by balancing the body through daily routine and diet. According to Ayurveda, each of us is born with a unique constitution. The five elements come together to create three basic constitutional types, called doshas – Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
By discovering your constitutional type you can develop a holistic wellness regime tailored to your dosha. Discover your dosha by using our Dosha Imbalances Checklist.
Your Ayurvedic daily wellness routine might include:
- Wake up
- Scrape the tongue
- Dry brush the body
- Massage the body with oil
- Practice yoga and meditation