Why should I take vpk by Ayurveda herbs?

vpk by Ayurveda supplements contain high-quality herbs that are combined into potent formulas to correct the underlying imbalance in the physiology, without causing side effects. Instead of just treating the symptoms, these formulations aim to enliven balance in the physiology and eliminate the root cause of the problem.

I have many symptoms. Which herbs should I start taking first?

Ayurveda, we consider symptoms to be like the fruits of a tree. In most cases, there is a common root. There are primary and secondary imbalances. Ayurveda tries to address the primary imbalance first. Treating the secondary imbalances might bring relief, but that is only partial treatment.

Once you consult an ayurvedic expert, he or she can explain which foods and lifestyle habits are causing your imbalance. By knowing the cause, you can avoid the cause. Avoiding the causal factor itself is half of the solution.

How many imbalances can I correct at the same time?

Focusing on one or two imbalances at a time is best. Start with those imbalances that bother you the most. Sometimes, you may find that in clearing those up, some secondary imbalances get addressed as well.

How many supplements can I take at a time?

That depends on what you are taking. Amrit Kalash and Organic Premium Amla Berry are rasayanas—nutritional formulas that balance all the three doshas. You can take these with any other herbs. Other supplements have stronger, targeted therapeutic effects: for example, Elim-Tox or Worry Free, which balance specific doshas and subdoshas or support detoxification. These you shouldn’t overdo. They are very powerful, and too many of them can overstimulate your physiology. As a general rule, don’t take more than four formulas at a time in addition to Amrit Kalash. In addition, it is not always wise to take certain supplements simultaneously, because they may have overlapping benefits—for example, Elim-Tox and Radiant Skin.

How many different products can I take for the same problem?

It might be tempting to take Bio-ImmuneSniffle Free and Cold Weather Defense all at once to get rid of your problem quickly. However, you shouldn’t take more than two products that address the same, related issues without first consulting an ayurvedic expert. vpk by Maharishi Ayurveda formulas are designed to take care of several aspects of the same condition, so taking more will not necessarily increase their effectiveness.

As far as dosage (i.e. the number of tablets to take at a time), you can follow the recommendations on the bottle. According to vpk by Maharishi Ayurveda, the dosage needed to correct an imbalance depends on the strength of the patient and the severity of the condition. This is best evaluated by an expert trained in Maharishi Ayurveda.

How long do I need to take the supplements?

For herbal formulas that are designed for addressing a health issue before it manifests, such as Bio-Immune and Aller-Defense, it’s best to take them regularly for two to three months.

For herbal formulas that are designed to restore balance, such as Clear ThroatBP Balance, and Mind Plus, it’s best to take them until the imbalance is gone. Once balance is restored, you can continue for at least two weeks longer to be sure the body has adjusted to the new state of balance. This is because the disappearance of symptoms does not mean that the imbalance is gone. Maharishi Ayurveda distinguishes six stages of disease; symptoms don’t occur until stage four. Even if you are symptom free, you have three more levels of imbalance to clear. For detoxifying herbal formulas, such as Elim-ToxElim-Tox-O, and Herbal Cleanse, it’s best to use them according to the guidelines given for cleansing toxins from your body.

For certain ongoing conditions, it may be helpful to take the supplement on a regular basis to stay in balance. Cholesterol Protection, for example, reduces ama (digestive toxins) in the fat tissue. When ama accumulates in the fat tissue, it manifests as high cholesterol. When your cholesterol level becomes normal, you should continue taking Cholesterol Protection to prevent the buildup of ama.

What's the best time of day to take the supplements?

You can follow the instructions on the bottle. But there is some flexibility—if those times don’t work for you, then take them at your convenience. The main point is to take the herbal formulas regularly—for that is how the results come.

Why is it important to take the supplements every day?

Since you use your body’s systems and organs every day, they need constant support until the imbalance is fixed. Add supplements into your daily routine, and if you tend to forget to take them, devise ways to remind yourself. Create reminders in your cell phone or put post-it notes on your computer. Keep your supplements on your dining table instead of in the cupboard. Carry them with you in a tablet dispenser.

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