Sandalwood Oil: Relieves inflammation and has an affinity for plasma and the blood. It has the perfect energetics to balance the skin (a Pitta organ). It improves complexion and eliminates toxins. Sandalwood's energetics assists in restoring damaged skin cells and maintaining skin radiance due to its potent astringent, antiseptic, anti-microbial, and anti-aging properties. Sandalwood has a stimulating effect on the pineal and pituitary glands, allowing clearing and calmness of the mind. It is considered to be sacred, bringing us closer to our divine nature.
Amla: It is a magnificent rejuvenative and immune strengthening herb and a potent natural anti-oxidant, containing high levels of vitamin C. Among many of its properties, it purifies the blood. It astringes and binds, alleviates the three Doshas, and is particularly effective in balancing Pitta. It is anti-inflammatory and has the ability to increase Ojas (energy and immunity).
Guduchi: This nourishing herb is known as "Amrita," meaning Divine Nectar. Guduchi is a well-known tonic and rejuvenator while simultaneously being a powerful blood and liver cleanser. Used for detoxification and rejuvenation, it is by nature tri-doshic, while showing a particular affinity for treating Pitta type inflammatory conditions, as well as liver and skin ailments.
Coriander: Coriander (Cilantro seed) is often used to pacify Pitta Dosha. Useful to detoxify, it also clears heat and mucus from the system. Containing enzymes and minerals such as Phosphorus, Vitamins A and C, anti-oxidants, Cineole and, other compounds help prevent skin inflammation, dry skin, eczema, and skin fungal infections.
Rose Flower Oil: The essential oil extracted from rose petals has amazing healing properties such as aphrodisiac, anti-depressant, antiseptic, antiviral, anti-bacterial, and more. It has an affinity for Sadaka Pitta, as it soothes the heart and emotions. While it neutralizes PH, it's cooling and clarifying effect on the blood can help prevent skin issues. Rose is also known by the name "Taruni," ever young, a Rasayana for the heart keeping us healthy and youthful.