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Ayurveda is the oldest study of healing in the world; there is so much to learn from this ancient Indian tradition. Here is just a small selection of some of the most popular herbs used by Ayurvedic practitioners.

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  1. ashoka_organic

    Ashoka - Organic (100g)

    Ashoka in the Ayurvedic tradition, is believed to be a divine herb. Learn More
  2. ashwagandha_cap

    Ashwagandha (100 caps)

    Ashwagandha has been referred to as Indian ginseng; its roots are used in India in much the same way as ginseng is used in traditional China. Learn More

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    Ashwagandha Powder - Organic (100g)

    Ashwagandha is a plant used in Ayurveda, and greatly favoured by Indian herbalists. Ashwagandha has been used in India for thousands of years. Add it to chocolate or put a quarter of a teaspoon in your salad dressing. Learn More
  4. bala_organic

    Bala - Organic (100g)

    Bala powder is made from the stem and the roots of a plant that grows plentifully in the wild in India. Learn More
  5. Brahmi (100 caps)

    Brahmi (100 caps)

    Brahmi or Bacopa monnieri is traditionally used in India. Learn More

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  6. mountain_blood_shilajit

    Mountain Blood Shilajit Resin (40g)

    Nature Provides' Shilajit, is sourced directly from the beautiful Altai Mountains, one of the cleanest and most unpolluted areas in the region. It is home to a diverse fauna and is considered by some the ‘Green Pharmacy’ of the earth. Learn More
  7. Mucuna Pruriens powder - Organic (100g)

    Mucuna Pruriens powder - Organic (100g)

    Mucuna is a shrub traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine. The powder we have is made from ground seeds. Due to its potency, it is important to use mucuna sparingly. If you intend to take more than a teaspoon in a day, please consult a registered he» Learn More

  8. RealiTeas - Buy all 4 Get 10% Off

    RealiTeas - Buy all 4 Get 10% Off

    In a cold, damp climate like that of the UK, we don't advise you to eat cold food and drink cold drinks all the time. One of the best ways round this is to drink lots of warm teas in the winter, with herbs such as reishi and ashwaganda. So here they are» Learn More

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  9. Shatavari (100 caps)

    Shatavari (100 caps)

    Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) is a climbing plant which grows in low jungles areas throughout India. Shatavari means “she who possesses a hundred husbands” in Sanskrit. Learn More
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    Shatavari powder - Organic (100g)

    Shatavari is considered to be the main Ayurvedic rejuvenating female tonic for overall health and vitality. The powder we use is derived from the root of the plant which is a wild form of asparagus. In Sanskrit, Shatavari means "she who possesses a hund» Learn More
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    Trikatu powder - The Three Spices - Organic (100g)

    Trikatu is a renowned Ayurvedic digestive compound. Translated as "three pungents", this whole herb Trikatu blend contains pippali ('long pepper'), ginger, and black pepper Learn More
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    Triphala powder - The Three Fruits - Organic (100g)

    Triphala is a mixture of three fruits and is probably the most favourite of all Ayurvedic formulas. The creation of this triphala whole herb food supplement was guided by Ayurveda, the ancient Indian art of living wisely. It is a special blend that draw» Learn More
  13. Tulsi (Holy Basil) powder - Organic (100g)

    Tulsi (Holy Basil) powder - Organic (100g)

    Known as the Elixir of Life, Tulsi, or 'Holy Basil' is a sacred plant in India. Learn More

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    Turmeric Organic (100g and 250g)

    Turmeric is a root which has long been prized in traditional Indian cuisine. You are probably familiar with it because its natural golden hue is used as a colouring agent - be warned that it stains everything it comes into contact with a bright yellow! » Learn More
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