Ayurveda is a long-standing Indian medical practice. Considering that they both descend from the same lineage, it is frequently referred to as yoga's sister science. Perfect health according to Ayurveda is described as "a balance between body, mind, soul, and social well-being."
Ayurveda equips us with the knowledge necessary to both prevent sickness and, should it do so, to eradicate its underlying causes.
According to Ayurveda, the prakruti, or constitution, is made up of three qualities known as doshas. These three doshas—vata, pitta, and kapha—each have a distinctive effect on body processes. According to Ayurveda, true beauty is made up of three essential components: a healthy body, a stable mind, and a tranquil spirit.
Our selection of essential oils is widely used in Aryuveda to balance different doshas. For example, ylang ylang, amber, sweet orange, frankincense, clove, and rose geranium are very effective at balancing Vata dosha, while rosemary, tulsi, eucalyptus, lemon, basil, juniper, and coriander are used to balance Kapha. Since these essential oils are quickly absorbed by the skin, they promote faster healing than herbal plasters. The seven Chakras—the Root/Base Chakra, Sacral Chakra, Solar Plexus Chakra, Heart Chakra, Throat Chakra, Brow Chakra, and Crown Chakra—and their respective sources are also defined in many Ayurvedic literature.