Ayurvedic Medicine for ANXIETY | Vata Tea Recipe

Ayurvedic medicine for anxiety this is a
Vata tea recipe hey guys my name is Clare this is Clareminded welcome back today I’m gonna show you how to make a vata tea recipe
that will be great for fall the autumn season that we’re approaching right now
it is going to be a medicine in tea form that you can take for anxiety so as
we enter into the autumn this is the vata of time of year so we have a
natural increase of air in ether around us within us it’s just the change of the
seasons the change of the subtle energies so there’s a lot of excess movement
things are getting colder things are definitely getting drier this time of
year so with all that extra air and ether that movement around us one of the
mental imbalances that we can get from a Vata season is anxiety so when we’re
trying to target anxiety we are also targeting the nervous system, right? so we
want nervine sedatives and we want nervine tonics and then we’re gonna want
add dipana to kind of help our body digest it through so using our ayurvedic
herbal formula we are going to have a chief herb we’re gonna have a supporting
herb in assisting herb and then a carrying herb in our tea today some teas have an
opposing herb as well but today we’re not gonna be using that so for our tea
today for anxiety that we are going to make we’re gonna be using chamomile
nutmeg ashwagandha and ginger powder pure ayurvedic medicine for
anxiety this tea will instantly calm you down it’ll ground you it’ll warm your
heart and your spirit chamomile is going to be our chief herb so we are going to
cultivate the properties of the nervine sedative powers of chamomile so
chamomile is going to be our highest dose in the herb targeting the nerve
eine sedative qualities that it carries and then supporting that we are going to
bring in nutmeg which is going to be half of the amount of the carrying herb
and nutmeg is also an nervine sedative so it relaxes the nervous system is what
that means it completely calm it brings us back to that parasympathetic state
and then as a assisting herb we’re going to use ashwagandha and we’re gonna use
ashwagandha as an nervine tonic in this formula because ashwagandha is an
interesting herb in the sense that it’s a nervine tonic but it also is an
nervine sedative however when you’re using ashwagandha it’s all about the
intention that you put into it and because we already have chamomile and
nutmeg that we’re using as an nervine sedatives we are going to be using
ashwagandha as our nerve and tonic and a nervine tonic is that is which
strengthens the nervous system so as an nervine sedative kind of just completely
relaxes the nervous system while we’re doing that we don’t want to deplete it
too much so we want to bring in an nervine tonic like ashwagandha to really
help round it out and make sure we’re not going too weak we’re not going too
relax but we’re also strengthening our nervous system at the same time as we
are relaxing it and then the last herb that we’re using is going to be ginger
root and we’re going to use the in powder form today however you can use
the root too it just alters a little bit of how you steep it and ginger is going
to be our Dipana so it’s going to help with our agni and help with the
digestion of all these other herbs so it kind of really helps our body absorb it
in the best way possible if you guys have any more questions please let me
know in the comments below subscribe to my page let me know what you guys think
and I have a ton more tea recipes and other herbal remedies coming at you as the
seasons change, Cheers


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