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Once menopausal, the woman is affected by the reign of vāta which creates obstructions by drying up the body. Vāta takes the ascendancy over pitta and two phenomena occur depending on which type of woman you are. Either, the water element leaves the body in a hurry and drains away leaving your body dry, with weight loss, fatigue, sadness and anxiety. Pitta, the fire, can then express itself as dry heat that irritates you. Or the water does not drain away, it is storage in the tissues and weight/volume gain, pitta is then expressed as wet heat. In both cases, vāta is blocked and pressurises with pitta, creating a ‘pressure cooker’ phenomenon. When the valve lets go, the famous hot flashes occur. This infusion regulates these phenomena by lowering vāta.
Shatavari* – India
Vetiver* – India
Centella* – Sri Lanka
Ashwagandha* – India
Angelica* – France
Hawthorn* – France
Sage* – France
Brahmi* – Sri lanka / Nepal
Long pepper* – Sri Lanka / Nepal
Spearmint* – India / Morocco
Bergamot* – Italy
*: From organic farming
– Rasa (taste): sweet, bitter and astringent with a slight spicy aftertaste.
– Guṇa (quality): balanced in wet / dry, light / heavy qualities.
– Vīrya (energy): mostly cold.
– Vipāka (result): sweet.
Use a tea bag of Nava Vasanta for 200 ml of boiling water.
Let it steep for 10 to 12 minutes.
Drink one to four cups a day.
Based on the principles of Ayurvedic Herbalism or “Dravya Guṇa“, Nava Vasanta is a plant synergy that promotes comfort in postmenopausal women. This mixture corrects the wrong direction of Vāta and balances Samāna Vāyu in the abdomen. It balances Pitta by liberating Rasa and Rakta dhātu from Āma while strengthening the digestive fire. Rasāyana plants, which maintain the health and stability of dhātus, fortify this synergy.
Do not retain basic urges: to urinate, pass stool, sneeze, yawn etc…
Preferably follow a vegetarian diet, although it should not be felt like a frustrating restriction.
Meditation, relaxation, Yoga … every day.