Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing
Vata & Kapha Balancing

Vata & Kapha Balancing

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Vata Kapha Balancing Curry Powder. Carefully crafted with a unique combination of herbs and spices in precise proportions, this organic mix aims to provide balanced digestion for Vata and Kapha individuals or anyone with vata and kapha increased in an imbalanced state. The combination of these spices harmonizes the digestive fire, "agni," addressing imbalances such as gas, bloating, and sluggish or weak digestion.

coriander, cumin, turmeric, cloves, star anise flower, nutmeg, cinnamon, cardamom, peppercorns.

  1. Simply incorporate it into your curries by adding during the last few minutes of cooking.
  2. Alternatively, sauté the powder in ghee and add to dishes like dal, soups, and stews.
  3. For baking, blend with oil, salt, and curry powder, adding to your favorite veggies. Experience the deliciousness and achieve perfect balance in every meal.
  4. You can also use like you use any other Curry powders. 



The synergy of these spices and their ratio is crafted to ignite the Agni(digestive fire) and good digestion and metabolism.


Ayurveda views coriander as a cooling spice that enhances digestion, reduces Pitta imbalance, and helps alleviate inflammation and gas.


Known for its digestive fire-stimulating properties, cumin is a fantastic spice in Ayurveda that supports Agni, reduces bloating, and aids in nutrient absorption.


Renowned for its anti-inflammatory and detoxifying qualities, turmeric, a staple in Ayurvedic cooking, promotes digestion, supports liver function, and balances all three doshas.


With its warming nature, cloves stimulate Agni, improve circulation, and assist in relieving digestive discomfort and congestion.

Star Anise Flower

This spice is beneficial for digestion, reducing gas, and promoting overall gut health due to its carminative properties and mild sweetness.


Ayurveda appreciates nutmeg for its ability to enhance digestion, calm Vata imbalances, and offer a grounding influence on the digestive system.


Warming and sweet, cinnamon stimulates Agni, balances blood sugar, and aids in digestion, making it valuable in Ayurvedic practices


Known to balance all three doshas, cardamom promotes digestive health by reducing gas, alleviating bloating, and enhancing the flavor of various dishes.


Ayurveda considers black pepper as a digestive stimulant that supports Agni, improves nutrient absorption, and helps balance Kapha by reducing mucous formation.