Divya’s Ayurveda Seasonal Box

Our bodies change with the seasons and so do the foods that help us feel our best. We curate a box of products that will change each season to support you throughout the year. Subscribe and save 15% on our Seasonal Ayurveda Box, or order one time to support with a seasonal transition.

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A seasonal approach to food is both natural and beneficial for your digestive health.

Spring Guide

Spring is a season of new beginnings, renewal, and growth. As winter recedes, our bodies make ready to lighten, cleanse, and rejuvenate. As the days lengthen and warm, it is common to experience a renewed sense of joy. But for many, spring is also associated with seasonal irritants (hello allergies), heaviness, and feelings of lethargy. Spring is a season characterized by increased warmth and moisture, and that can lead to an increase in phlegm and sluggishness in the body. By the end of winter, a bit of kapha accumulation is normal for most of us, and spring can often exacerbate that kapha buildup. But with a seasonal diet and lifestyle that invites lightness, sharpness, dryness, and heat, we can support our physiology in its natural process of springtime renewal and revitalization.rnrn

Balancing Foods for Spring

  • Dry, light
  • Predominantly pungent, bitter, and astringent tastes
  • Spices: ginger, chiles, black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, ajwain, cardamom
  • Fruit: apples, pears, pomegranate
  • Vegetables: sunchokes, radicchio, broccoli rabe, cruciferous vegetables, sprouts
  • Spring harvest leafy greens, dandelion, asparagus, radish, burdock root, peas 
  • Grains: barley, quinoa, buckwheat, rye, millet, buckwheat noodles (soba), corn
  • Lentils and small beans

What’s Included in the Spring Seasonal Box

Bold Kitchari

2 meals


Nourishing but light. Spices that warm you up and open up your body channels to help get things moving.


Spicy Red Lentil Soup

2 meals


Helps to dry excess phlegm from seasonal allergies or colds.

Olive Oil

12 oz.


Aside from reducing excess dryness in the body (and skin), olive oil also binds with fat-soluble toxins for removal and supports mineral absorption.

Digestive Masala

30 grams


A balanced spiced blend good for every body type that promotes digestion and absorption of nutrients.

Liver Support Broth

15 servings


Liver Support Broth helps your body with its natural detoxification process.

Gentle Detox Tea

20 servings


Gently pulls hot, acidic toxins out without agitating inflamed tissues.

Spring Seasonal Ayurveda Box — Vegan

Support your body this season.


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Add it at the beginning of cooking savory dishes like soups, vegetables, or leafy greens. You can also use it when sautéing, roasting, boiling, making patties or savory pancakes, and more.

  1. Boil 10 oz. of water in a small pot. Reduce the heat to low, whisk in two heaping spoonfuls of the liver support broth, cover, and simmer for 3 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  2. Strain, and garnish with lime juice, olive oil, and/or black pepper if you’d like.  Enjoy warm.

You can have it once a day between meals. Sip it slowly while it’s still warm.

The kitchari and soup will be too heating if your Pitta is very high. The rest of the products are tridoshic.

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