But the optic nerve and the eyelids are governed by Vata dosha,
while the overall lubrication of the inside of the eyelid, and the
eyeball are governed by kapha dosha. Vyana vata governs the optic
nerve and eyelids, and Shleshak kapha lubricates the eyelids and
eyeball. So whenever any formula for the eyes is put together, it
should first be pitta pacifying: cooling. However, and at the same
time, it should not be too cold so as not to aggravate Shleshaka
kapaha and Vyana vata.
Vaidya Mishra's unique SVA Triphala Ghee formula for the eyes
has probiotic ghee as its primary ingredients. Ghee is cooling and
lubricating, but unlike other fats, it is also "agneya" - it has
enough agni or fire molecules which make it an ideal fat that does
not freeze our channels like other fats.
Triphala is an ancient formula consisting of 3 fruits - "tri"
for three, and "phala" for fruit. It is known for being 3 dosha
pacifying. Not only that, but it also detoxes and rejuvenates. It
has "shamana" or pacifying, "shodhana" or detoxifying, and
"rasayana" or rejuvenating effect for all 3 body types and
In the ayurvedic tradition, triphala has been used extensively
for the eyes for both detoxification and rejuvenation. The unique
combination of the 3 fruits - Haritaki (Terminalia chebula),
Bhibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica) and Amla (Phyllantus emblica)-
has an enhanced role in this SVA formulation since it is combined
with Mum's Probiotic Ghee. The process of making this ghee adds to
the medicinal properties of both the ghee and the 3 fruits:
according to an ancient recipe handed over for generations in
Vaidya's SVA lineage, all the lipid soluble molecules of the
fruits, along with very little water soluble molecules, are
captured through a unique SVA method of preparation.
In order to ensure added pitta pacification for extreme pitta
aggravation or pitta predominant people - since even Triphala may
sometimes provoke high pitta - Vaidya Mishra has added rose-buds to
Of course, due to wear and tear, our eyes need additional care
as we age. But we need to take even more care of them if we use
them extensively for computer work. Long hours of exposure to
electrical devices that contain more "agni," such as computer
screens, can have a drying effect on the eyes. When we use our eyes
for extended periods of time, then Shleshak kapha goes out of
balance or dries out. Shleshak kapha is the balancing factor for
Alochak pitta and Vyana vata. Alochak pitta and Vyana vata become
imbalanced when Shleshak kapha gets aggravated from over-exposure
to EMF devices.
Triphala Ghee supports your eyes through helping restore
Shleshak kapha, soothing and cooling Alochak pitta, and nourishing
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula): the molecule of Haritaki
transdermally detoxifies because of its shodhana effect. In
addition, it also carries a rasayana effect that rejuvenates the
eye and the muscles around the eye area, nourishing the nerves as
well. The astringent property of Haritaki pacifies the "acidity" or
"high pitta" that may be accumulated in and around the eye area,
binding the toxic micro-molecules.
Bhibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica): is known for pacifying
the "shleshma" (shleshak kapha plus ama combination). Lipid soluble
micro-molecules of Bhibhitaki break down and disperse the molecules
of "shleshma" so that the Haritaki molecules can easily capture
them and evacuate them.
Amla (Phyllantus emblica): has a very specific "prabhava"
or subtle post-digestive effect called 'chakchushya' - which means
overall inside-out nourishment that rejuvenates the eyes. So it's
an ideal fruit for the eyes.
Rose buds carry a calming and nourishing property,
specifically for pitta. They have an overall pacifying effect for
the eyes, including the optic nerve.
Probiotic ghee: as discussed, ghee does not only carry
the ideal blend of Soma and Agni, but probiotic ghee is
additionally lively, nurturing and supporting, without clogging and
freezing. It is light and supplies the benefits of the three fruits
to the eye area transdermally for immediate absorption and
After a few applications of this SVA Triphala Ghee, with all its
balancing and soothing properties, your eyes will feel relaxed and
lubricated. This Triphala Ghee will enhances sleep, as it gently
takes away any dryness in and around the eyelids and eye area. This
is a short-term benefit. Long term benefits will be: rejuvenation
and detox of your eyes and eye area.
Directions: Before going to bed, take a small amount of
Triphala ghee with the use of a q-tip or cotton swab and apply on
and around your eyelids, eyebrows, and temple area. Use very
little. After applying, spread out with your fingers, and massage
in with gentle circular motion. Then close your eyes and lie down
for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes wipe out all the ghee with
lukewarm water cotton pads or a cotton towel. Make sure to remove
all physical residues of the ghee. It is not necessary to keep any
ghee left behind, as within 15 minutes of application, all
micro-molecules of the ghee have already been absorbed and used up
by your skin. Any residual ghee may cause toxicity by blocking your
pores. NOTE: For daytime eye care, see our water based ALA Cream
Contents: 1.5 oz.
Note: If you have a medical condition or are experiencing
any eye symptoms or problems, do not use this Triphala Ghee.
Check with your medical physician immediately for proper care and
treatment. This product has not been evaluated by the FDA (Food and
Drug Administration). It is not intended to be used to diagnose,
cure, treat, or prevent any known or unknown diseases.
This item ships to: All USA States, Puerto Rico, US
Virgin Islands and Canada.
Shipping Weight: 0.44lb.
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