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Amla Hair Oil, 4 oz.

Many people in India massage their hair and scalp daily with amla oil in order to provide the nutrients needed by the hair and to promote good blood circulation. This oil has no colorant so it can be used with people of any hair color. The oil is not sticky and the herbal ingredients are combined with all natural fragrances in a base of sesame oil that promotes strong roots and hair growth.

Ingredients: Ayurvedic Emblica offinalis, Piper Iongum, Tinospora cordifolia, and natural fragrance in natural Sesame Seed Oil .

Vadik Herbs, $



Brahmi Hair Oil, 8 oz.

This oil is meant to be massaged into the hair and scalp an hour or more before washing the hair. Gotu kola is nourishing to the hair and helps to strengthen the roots of the hair and to prevent hair loss.

Ingredients: Coconut Oil, fresh Hydrocotyle asiatica leaves, Rubia cordifolia, Sida cordifolia, Terminalia chebula, Saffron, Essential oils (for fragrance).

Vadik Herbs, $



Clay Neti Nasal Pot

Time tested sinus cleansing tool. Excellent system of cleansing nasal passages and preventing allergies and colds. According to ayurveda, a nasal pot helps to promote the removal of excess mucus due to congestion, rid nostrils of pollen and other allergens, cleanse the nasal membranes of dust, smoke, or other airborne contaminants, relieve nasal dryness due to air travel, improve flow of breath before doing relaxation or meditation techniques.

Ingredients: Unlike so many neti pots, this one is actually made in California.

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Guggulu, ethically wildcrafted, 100 vegicaps

Guggulu is very often used to remove congestion from the system. It clears the sinus passages and acts as an anti-inflammatory, relieving pain while simultaneously purifying the blood. It works well for both vata and kapha disorders without aggravating pitta.

Ingredients: ethically wildcrafted Commiphora mukul resin in vegetarian capsules.

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Haritaki, 100 Vegi-Caps, 590 mg

Haritaki is one of the three fruits in triphala where it exhibits more purgative action than the other two fruits. It is the most important herb in Tibetan medicine and one of the ingredients in Chyawanprash. It is vata pacifying and acts mainly on the gastrointestinal tract where it removes toxins, nourishes, and rejuvenates tissue, having a special ability to normalize lipids. It is also used to treat fevers and anemia.

Ingredients: wildcrafted Terminalia chebula powder in vegetarian capsules.

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Vamsa Rochna, wildcrafted, 100 vegicaps

Bamboo manna comes from the inside of bamboo and is an ingredient in Chyawanprash as well as many formulas for strengthening hair, teeth, bones, and other tissues that can be nourished by its silicious crystalline components.

Ingredients: Bambusa arundinaceae powder in vegetarian capsules.

Vadik Herbs, $