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Vanilla planifolia

Vanilla is a flavor derived from a Mexican species of orchid called flat-leaved vanilla. This plant favors the hot, sticky, and wet climates in Central America and Mexico. Vanilla was first cultivated by the Totonac Indians of eastern Mexico. The main component of vanilla is vanillin. There are other constituents present including sugars, resins, and oils. Vanilla also contains approximately 150 aromas, many of which are present in only trace amounts. Vanillyl ethyl ether, acetic acid, p-hydroxybenzaldehyde, and caproic acid are among the chemicals present. Studies have demonstrated that vanillin, the primary compound in vanilla, has anti-carcinogenic properties. More specifically, reports show that vanillin eradicates human cancer cells limits movement of cancer cells from the original site to other parts of the body. Vanilla essential oil has proved to be an effective mood lifter, courtesy of its rich, yet unobtrusive scent. Try in our Vata Body Oil, Pitta Body Oil and Tridoshic Body Oil.



Vetiveria zizanioides

The history of Vetiver backs to the 12th century. Vetiver herb and its essential oil have been in use in many cultures across the globe for thousands of years together. The massive use of this sacred herb is often attributed to its uplifting, soothing, healing, calming and shielding properties. Ayurvedic treatments involved the use of this oil to treat the imbalances of an individual’s constitution and to heal health disorders like muscular aches, fevers, arthritis pain, loss of energy, heat strokes, joint disorders, skin problems, headaches and to cool the body during extremely high temperatures. The cooling property of Vetiver herb made its use inevitable to bring in the natural freshness and coolness especially during hot summer seasons. Vetiver has come a long way from a cooling herb to a vital ingredient in thousands of contemporary perfumes and the base for all these evolutions is its miraculous medicinal values celebrated in the world of Ayurvedic medicine. Try in our Vata Spritzer.



Citrus sinensis

Highly energizing and purifying; thus, it enhances immunity when seasonal threats are high. Wild Orange contains powerful antioxidants that help maintain overall health. Emotionally uplifting and energizing, while also purifying the air. Try in our Tridoshic Body Oil and Tridoshic Spritzer.



Hamamelis virginiana

Indigenous to North America, hamamelis or witch hazel has been prized for thousands of years for it’s astringent, anti-inflammatory and healing benefits. Native Americans boiled the bark and leaves to create an extract that was valued for its cooling and healing properties in treating swelling and inflammation. Because it’s naturally rich in tannins, which have a drying effect, witch hazel’s astringent powers have been found to be helpful in treating hemorrhoids, minor bleeding and skin irritation from insect bites and poison ivy. Some folks have also had success in using it to treat psoriasis and eczema. Because of its skin tightening properties, it’s also effective at slowing down and stopping bleeding from small cuts and scrapes. It’s commonly used as a toner for the skin. It helps to reduce puffiness and dark circles under the eyes as well. Try in our Vata Toner, Pitta Toner, Kapha Toner and Tridoshic Toner.



Cananga odorata

Naturally regulates sebum or skin oil and can be applied topically to the skin to promote balance. Ylang ylang also helps relax facial muscles and stimulates the scalp, thus promoting hair growth. Recommended during premenstrual, perimenopausal or postpartum times to ground, soothe and stabilize the mind. Emotionally, ylang ylang raises the spirit, opens the heart, enhances sensuality, inspires creativity, promotes peace and inner- knowing. Try in our Vata Body Oil, Pitta Body Oil and Tridoshic Serum.


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