The five senses - the gift of life! We are so blessed to experience life through these senses. Are you in touch with the health of your senses?

Or have you taken them for granted?

They take the brunt from our overstimulated lives. Each day we consume more - through the eyes, ears, nose, skin, and mouth/tongue.

Have you noticed how your eyes feel tired and dried out?

Or are your nasal passages are dry and you feel fatigued in your throat region?

Do you sometimes feel like you would to buffer yourself from the world?

Does your skin feel dry and rough?

Do you feel you are not hydrated enough even after drinking lots of water?

Ayurveda associates the fire element with the eyes, the skin with air, sound with space, smell with the earth element and our sense of taste with the water element.

How do you feel in your sensory organs?

There are beautiful and gentle to restore balance to our senses. It helps to avoid overstimulation. Being in nature, meditating and getting enough sleep are all good options. Additionally, the Heal Your Senses Kit will naturally restore vitality in your sense organs. 

Using them can be part of your regular dinacharya or self-care routine. Do it regularly for a month and see how amazing and revitalized you feel.

Nothing ages us like stress and overuse of the senses. If we can maintain the strength and resilience of our senses, the skin (both inner and outer) can remain healthy and vibrant. Beauty truly is an inside job. 

Vata is the queen of the doshas. She affects all aspects of your body and mind. She must be treated well for she holds the key to our vitality and health.  

According to Ayurvedic texts, vata is responsible for all neurological health problems. The focus of this set is Prana vata and Udana vata. 

Prana governs the senses. When fatigued or depleted, prana vata can lead to excessive worry, a mind that does not stop, sleep disturbances and breathing issues. 

Udana governs memory, perception and the throat center. Imbalanced Udana can lead to respiratory problems, fatigue and throat and ear issues. 

First, warm the Shanti body oil and anoint the whole body with a small amount of this oil. Then apply gentle steam to the face for a few minutes. This prepares the senses to receive the deeper benefits of all the products in this set. 

Warmth supports vata pacifying. So it is best to heat each of these oils in a bowl of hot water for optimal benefits. 

Nasya - 

The practice of applying nasal oil for lubrication is ancient. It has numerous benefits including relieving sinus pressure and dryness. Applying medicated oil to the inside of the nostrils also enhances sensory organ function. Ayurveda also says that nasya oil application supports the lymphatic drainage of the sagittal sinus in the brain thereby creating mental clarity. 

Apply two drops on the pinky fingers and massage the inside of the nostrils for about 30 seconds and sniff deeply. Alternately, you can also use the dropper to place 3-5 drops of oil in your nostrils and sniff deeply. 

This product is made with organic sesame oil infused with mind-supporting herbs including organic Licorice, Brahmi, Tulsi, Vetiver, Turmeric, Sandalwood and Eucalyptus oil. 

Karna - 

Karna purana is the practice of applying warm oil to the ears. This ritual is beneficial for both Prana and Udana Vata. Karna purana supports hearing and has the ability to act as a buffer and nourish our connection the space around us and allows us to go inward. Tilt your head to one side and place ½ a dropper full of this oil in one ear. Wait for 3-4 minutes to absorb. Now place a small cotton ball in the ear. Repeat on the other side. 

The Karna oil is made with Organic Sesame Oil, Sunflower Oil, Calamus and Dashamula. 

Kavala - 

Kavala is known as Oil Pulling in the West. This Ayurvedic practice is known to prevent or decrease the chances of gum disease. It is also known to awaken the senses, including the taste buds and hearing. This morning ritual is beneficial for loosening tight jaws and freshening the breath by removing toxins from the mouth and gums. 

 First, brush your teeth, scrape your tongue (see the Copper Tongue Scraper under products) and follow it up with Kavala. Place two tablespoons of this oil in your mouth and gently swish it in your mouth for at least 20 minutes. Spit the oil into the trash can. Rinse your mouth with warm water. 

 Both sesame and coconut oils are antibacterial in nature. Neem is one of the most powerful antibacterial and antifungal trees. Lastly, clove oil is also known to be friendly to oral care. Do this practice only in the morning BEFORE eating as it affects metabolism and digestion. 

Ghee for your Eyes -

Once a week, you can use this wonderful organic ghee to rejuvenate and lubricate your eyes. When you are ready for bed, melt a teaspoon of ghee and divide into two portions and carefully place the melted ghee on two cotton rounds (included). Gently place them on your eyelids and rest your eyes for 15 minutes. Your eyes may water, which is normal. Discard the cotton rounds and gently wipe off the excess ghee from your eyelids and go to sleep. In the morning, gently splash water into your eyes and spray with Rosewater (you can order it on the site)

4 oz Shanti Body Oil

.5 oz Prana Nose Oil

.5 oz Karna Ear Oil 

2 oz Kavala Mouth Oil 

1. oz Ghee for Eyes 

10 Organic Cotton Rounds