Indian Jalap is an ayurvedic herb endemic to India. This herb’s stem is commonly used as a natural toxin removal support¹, which , in turn, promotes joint health. Consuming Indian Jalap stem helps balance Pitta and Kapha doshas.
Ajowan caraway fruit resembles cumin and fennel seeds. Consuming this fruit may support healthy aging by rejuvenating the musculoskeletal system². This fruit assists in pacifying Vata and Kapha. The seeds are well known for their aromatic essential oils that help maintain a healthy inflammatory response.
Turmeric root is a natural spice that may help boost joint mobility and coordination. It also supports the body’s natural defence mechanism and protects it from occasional inflammation. ³. Similarly, the Galangal root encourages a healthy anti-inflammatory response in the body. This ginger-like herb pacifies the Vata dosha to support bone health.
Our capsules also contain Himalayan Cedar wood. Its essential oils have a reinforcing effect on our joints.⁵. They also maintain healthy Kapha and Vata doshas balance.
We also have the heart-leaved moonseed or Guduchi. This tropical climbing herb is found in India, Sri Lanka, and Burma. It is a natural bone health support that helps to maintain the blood flow and mobilize toxins . That means it nourishes our body and aids bone health. This herb’s bitter taste reduces Pitta and Kapha doshas.
Lastly, we have Guggul, this exotic plant found in various regions in central Asia. Its presence helps regulate regular mobilization of the joints and other bodily fluids. This herb is equally useful in promoting joint health and flexibility.⁷. This resin pacifies all three doshas, but it is especially useful in calming occasional Vata imbalance.