Ayurvedic Herbal Supplement for Vata Dosha
How to Balance Ayurveda Vata Dosha & Relieve Gas, Bloating, Flatulence!
Vata dosha is responsible for movement and all sort of electromagnetic activity. It is important for locomotive and nervous function. Its first level or primary imbalance results in irregularity of digestion, gas, bloating, flatulence and constipation.
Further second level vitiation causes pain and soreness in muscles, joints, nerves and degenerative changes. Its imbalance is present in all chronic painful disorders.
Herbs in Vata Balance helps to improve digestion and restores the normalcy in conditions of Vata aggravation.
Presentation: 1 Bottle of 60 Tablets; 1 Tablet = 1000 mg, providing over 400 mg standardized herbal extracts and 600 mg herbal powders.
Dosage: 1 Tablet 2-3 times immediately after meals, with water.
Benefits of Vata Balance
Gas, Bloating and Flatulence
Gas is produced inside gastrointenstinal tract when there is poor digestion of the food. It results in production of excess gas. When it is not passed out easily, there is bloating.
It eases the passage of flatus smoothly and relieves bloating or flatulence.
Many people use digestive enzymes to boost the poor digestion and usually suffer with common digestive troubles.
Vata Balance improves digestion by enhancing the natural production of digestive enzymes.
One of the common complaint is that there is little desire to eat, or kids or even elderly are not eating properly.
The appetite is poor or they are not feeling hungry. It can be after some infection or taking antibiotics or other medical treatment.
Vata Balance kindles the digestive fire and natural appetite.
As Adjuvant / Supportive in
Persons with many chronic disorders find it very relieving when poor digestion, sluggish motility, bloating and flatulence is troubling.
Vata Balance is supportive in many such conditions, not limited to, IBDs, Anorectal Disorders hemorrhoids, fissures and fistula, fatty liver, chronic constipation, chronic painful conditions and others.
Garlic or Lahshun
Papaya - Papita
Ajowan - Ajwain
Ginger - Mahaushadha