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Combat Kapha Imbalance with These Herbs

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Still wondering about the herbs mentioned in Dr. Vasant Lad’s Ayurvedic Perspective on COVID-19?

Whitney is back to describe the benefits of Kapha-balancing tulsi and sitopaladi, and share how to use them. 

Both herbs can be purchased from The Ayurvedic Institute:



Looking for even more Ayurvedic advice? Reach out to the Ajara team

Whitney is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Vedic Astrologer, and Ajara Team Member. She is available for consultations, astrology readings, and herb purchasing. If you are interested in any of these services, you may contact her directly or visit her Facebook page.

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