The spices we use in the Ayurvedic Digestion Herbal tea are known in Ayurveda to have many health benefits, especially relating to the digestive system, like stimulating the appetite, reducing gas, and counteracting stomach acidity.
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|Ingredients||Licorice, Anise star seeds, Rose petals, Bishop’s weed, Cinnamon, coriander and ginger|
Licorice root contains many anti-depressant compounds and is an excellent alternative to St. John's Wort. As a herbal medicine it has an impressive list of well documented uses and is probably one of the most over-looked of all herbal wonders. It has an aspirin-like action and is helpful in relieving fevers and soothing pain such as headaches.
Ginger improves digestion, prevents and manages stomach ulcers, protects against symptoms of colds and flu, and stimulates blood circulation. It has also been shown to be a very potent inhibitor of inflammatory compounds that contribute to arthritis and rheumatic conditions. Ginger also reduces blood cholesterol by improving liver function.
Cinnamon can lower LDL cholesterol and has a regulatory effect on blood sugar, making it especially beneficial for people with Type 2 diabetes. Cinnamon is also known for its antifungal and antibacterial properties, making it effective in fighting yeast infections. It is also known for counteracting bad breath.
Coriander is used in the treatment of skin inflammation, high cholesterol levels, diarrhea, mouth ulcers, anemia, indigestion, menstrual disorders, smallpox, conjunctivitis, skin disorders, and blood sugar disorders, while also benefitting eye care.
Bishop's weed has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as an antiseptic, a spice, and a preservative, as well as for respiratory and GI ailments. It is used in the Unani system of medicine as an enhancer of the body's resistance.
Traditionally used as a spice and also as a healing herb, star anise appears to have medicinal properties that endow it with significant health benefits.
How to prepare a perfect cup of tea?
Cover cup & steep for 5-10 minutes.
Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.
We encourage you to experiment with the quantity of tea and the length of the steep time to find your desired brew strength. Varying the water temperature isn't recommended, as water that is too hot will over-extract the bitter components of tea, while water that is too cool might not fully draw out the aromas and flavors of tea.
Unlike a fine wine, tea loses its character with time. To ensure that our customers get to relish the original flavor & character of the tea we follow the shortest possible lead time in delivering the teas garden fresh from the estates to your doorstep. All our teas are packaged in Double Air Sealed Zipper Pouches within 24-72 hours of production at source in India to ensure that the flavor, aroma & character of the tea is preserved at all times. Each package comes with detailed information about the tea including the origin, tea type, estate and preparation instructions. The strong airtight zipper works as the second seal and there is no need to transfer the teas in another container once you open the initial seal of the package. The tea can be stored in the same package till you consume it entirely. Just ensure that the package is stored away from heat or sunlight.
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