It is better to do this treatment with the help of your Ayurvedic physician as it can vary somewhat based on constitution. You can make an appointment on the Consultation page of this site. This package contains two four ounce bottles with the following herbs.
Churna (powder) of herbs.
Shatavari: Demulcent with strong anti-microbial properties
This formula should be taken throughout the fasting period in the amounts of 1/4tsp two to three times a day. It can be cooked in milk, nut milk or even hot water.
Holy Basil tea, loose leaf.
"The predominant cause of global morbidity and mortality is lifestyle-related chronic diseases, many of which can be addressed through Ayurveda with its focus on healthy lifestyle practices and regular consumption of adaptogenic herbs. Of all the herbs used within Ayurveda, tulsi or Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum Linn) is preeminent, and scientific research is now confirming its beneficial effects. There is mounting evidence that tulsi can address physical, chemical, metabolic and psychological stress through a unique combination of pharmacological actions." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4296439/
"Tulsi is one of the principal herbs used in the Ayurvedic medicine system, in which it is known alternately as “The Queen of Herbs,” “The Incomparable One,” and “The Mother Medicine of Nature.”9 It holds a supreme place in the ancient Vedic scriptures and is integrated into daily life by Hindus through religious worship. Hindu homes typically have a tulsi plant growing in an earthen pot in or around the home. In Ayurveda, it is believed that the best way to take tulsi medicinally is in its raw, fresh, whole form as a hot-water infusion." https://www.herbalgram.org/resources/herbalgram/issues/98/table-of-contents/hg98herbpro-holybasil/
Tulsi is not recommended for those who are pregnant or nursing, or those who are trying to become pregnant. It is also best avoided if you have low blood sugar.