History of Ayurvedic Herbs

What is Ayurveda?

Originating in India over 3,000 years ago, ayurvedic herbs have been used to help people maintain stable well-being. The main goal of Ayurveda is to support overall good health. It's actually believed by those who practice this tradition that you need to have your body, mind, and spirit in sync with the universe to stay healthy. To manage this level of synchroneity you need to make sure your "dosha" is always aligned. 

There are five elements making up your dosha and each need to be leveled to work; space, air, fire, water, and earth. These elements make up three kinds of doshas; Vata Dosha (space and air), Pitta Dosha (fire and water), and Kapha Dosha (water and earth). There can be many factors causing you to fall out of line with your dosha; genetics or birth defects, climate and seasonal change, age, your emotions, and even injuries. Using herbs to keep this balance will ensure your body is always in prime condition.

What are the Top Ayurvedic Herbs from Cedar Bear®?

  • Gotu Kola Herb: This is an adaptogenic and longevity herb from Cedar Bear®. It is widely regarded as the most important ayurvedic herb in India. 
  • Holy Basil Leaf: Holy basil is an important herb for strengthening the immune system. It's known for supporting the mind, body, and spirit, and is also known as the Queen of Herbs. 
  • Turmeric Root: This herb supports the immune system's natural function and healthy cellular activity. 
  • Gymnema Leaf: This herb has been used for thousands of years in ayurvedic tradition and supports natural blood sugar levels and is known as the "destroyer of sugar." 


Buy From Cedar Bear Today!

Cedar Bear prides itself in being able to tailor your needs to an exact product capable of assisting you. Looking through our pre-formulated line of products you are bound to find something suitable to your lifestyle. Deciding to use ayurvedic herbs can be one of the best decisions you make because of how beneficial these tools are. Contact us now if you have any questions about how we make our tinctures or if you want to possess your own ayurvedic herb.