✔ Dietary supplement with Ayurvedic plant parts ✔ With long pepper, ginger, haritaki ✔ Pitta reducing herbal drink, rakta shodana Content: 200 ml
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✔ “Arjuna” symbolizes strength, power and courage ✔ The Arjuna tree has particularly valuable ingredients ✔ Strengthens the sensitive Vata dosha Content: 60 tablets / 30 g
✔ Guduchi is also called "Amrita" the immortal ✔ Ayurveda texts describe positive properties of the plant ✔ From controlled organic cultivation Content: 60 tablets / 30 g
✔ Ashwagandha tablets - for more inner peace ✔ In Ayurveda it is considered an excellent nerve tonic and calms Vata and Kapha ✔ Pure herbal extract, free from heavy metals and toxins Content: 30 g - 60 tablets
Moringa leaves are a rich source of numerous vitamins and minerals. It is also known as the "miracle tree" due to its high content of nutrients and antioxidants. Contains vitamin A. For the normal function of the eyes, immune system, skin, mucous membranes and hair. According to Ayurveda, the Moringa leaf balances the Vata and Pitta doshas in the body and...
Ayurvedic herbal capsules Herb powder from Siris (Botanical Albizia Lebbeck) in a vegan capsule for easier consumption. Siris soothes all three doshas, but it particularly affects Pitta dosha. Content: 60 capsules
Shatavari, the Indian asparagus Asparagus racemosus, is probably one of the best-known Ayurvedic plants in Europe. In ancient Ayurvedic texts, Shatavari is praised when it comes to women and their femininity. The name "Shatavari" also alludes to this, which translates as "she who has 100 husbands". From the point of view of Ayurveda, Indian asparagus is...
The yam root (Dioscorea batatas) is a popular bulbous vegetable from the high plains of Asia. The powerful tubers can grow up to 2 m deep into the ground. Contents: 90 capsules - 33 g
Premium Ashwagandha organic root extract KSM-66 with 5% withanolide and pure organic Ashwagandha root powder in capsule form. Dietary supplement made from 100% roots, 0% leaves and stems Contents: 90 capsules - 36 g
Vasaka - Adhatoda vasica - is an evergreen tree up to 3 m tall with lanceolate leaves, white or purple flowers and four-seeded fruits. Leaves, flowers, roots and fruits are used in Ayurvedic nutrition. It is a dietary supplement made according to the prescriptions of Ayurveda. Content: 28.8 g / 80 pieces
Mandukparni, also known as Gotu Kola, Centella asiatica or the plant with frog-shaped leaves, is similar to Ayurvedic Brahmi. Sometimes it is even referred to as Brahmi because of similar properties. Balances all three doshas. Content: 60 tablets / 30 g
Avipattikara is an Ayurvedic herbal blend. The finely ground mixture is filled into vegan cellulose capsules for easier consumption. According to the teachings of Ayurveda, Avipattikara helps to balance the doshas. In addition, it supplies the body with the tastes (rasas) bitter, pungent and tart. Content: 33 g / 80 pieces
Cosmoveda Gurmar Capsules are an Ayurvedic dietary supplement with phytochemicals. According to the teachings of Ayurveda, it helps to balance the doshas. Gurmar provides the body with the tastes bitter and tart. Content: 68 g / 200 pieces
Shatavari capsules are a dietary supplement made from wild asparagus powder according to the teachings of Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, Shatavari helps balance the doshas and the six tastes. Shatavari provides the body with the tastes sweet and bitter. Content: 72 g / 200 capsules
Shatavari capsules are a dietary supplement made from wild asparagus powder according to the teachings of Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, Shatavari helps balance the doshas and the six tastes. Shatavari provides the body with the tastes sweet and bitter. Content: 30.4 g - 80 capsules
Ashoka, with the Botanical name Saraca indica, is an evergreen tree with a wide spreading crown. Its small, yellow to red, bright flowers, fragrant especially at Night, very intense. In Ayurveda, especially the bark is used. Content: 60 Capsules reduces Kapha and Pitta
Punarnava, with the Botanical Name Boerhaavia diffusa, grows abundantly in India, but also in Africa, Asia and the USA. After the rainy time, you can be in large quantities to be harvested. Her Name translated means "self-tapering". In the Ayurvedic texts of their cleaning will be described effect on the kidneys, urinary tract and bladder. Content: 60...
Bilva, with the Latin Name of the structure-is the Bengal quince. Bilva is wild in the Himalayan regions, and is cultivated there, but because of its fruits. The size of the yellowish hard fruit is 5-10 cm in diameter. The fruit is also used for the ritual worship of Shiva. Content: 60 Capsules
Kokum is a tropical, evergreen tree native to India, up to 15 m tall, with black-brown, plum-like fruits about 4 cm in size. The dried fruits or fruit skins are used in Indian cuisine, like tamarind, mainly to flavor fish dishes and to prepare chutneys, giving them a sweet and sour taste and a reddish colour Content: 88 g / 200 pieces
Kokum is a tropical, evergreen tree native to India, up to 15 m tall, with black-brown, plum-like fruits about 4 cm in size. The dried fruits or fruit skins are used in Indian cuisine, like tamarind, mainly to flavor fish dishes and to prepare chutneys, giving them a sweet and sour taste and a reddish colour Content: 35.20 g / 80 pieces