All our formulations include various plant parts in their most natural form. Our products aim to harness the innate intelligence of Mother Earth by using natural herbs in the form of fruits, flowers, leaves, roots, seeds and pure essential oils. We use 100% Organic premium quality herbs to create our products, without any added flavorings or fillers.
Our tea mixes have been created to support any imbalance in the body, based on the ancient knowledge of Ayurveda. They are not intended to cure any disorder, but may help support the body in bringing back natural balance and harmony. Various herbs have an affinity for specific internal organs of our body and thus each one helps support optimum functioning at cellular level. Wellness is a process and all these powerful herbs play a vital role in supporting our needs at every step of the way. Although our teas are highly effective whether they are enjoyed as hot or cold beverages, however it is best to enjoy them hot/warm for maximum benefits.
It is the highly-revered herb in Ayurveda because of it’s innumerable health benefits and is also termed as Golden Goddess in Ayurveda literature. Many of the healing benefits of turmeric have been attributed to curcumin, a group of antioxidant compounds found in the rhizome. It supports digestive, circulatory,urinary and respiratory systems and also carries antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It acts as a natural antibiotic and helps improve intestinal flora. It also supports blood purification, circulation, sugar stabilization, metabolism regulation and digestion.
Black pepper is one of the most commonly used spices in the world, adding warmth and zest to savory dishes. It has been employed medicinally in both Ayurveda and TCM and has shown promise in supporting the health of the digestive system and as an antioxidant. It increases the hydrochloric acid secretion in the stomach, thereby facilitating digestion. It helps transport other nutrients and it can enhance the their absorption when taken simultaneously with other herbs, especially with turmeric. It is considered to be useful in supporting immune system, liver detoxification, circulation, and digestion.
Ginger has been used for thousands of years Ayurveda as well as in traditional Chinese medicine, and is believed to support lungs, spleen, heart, and digestive system. It has become well-known for its various health benefits, which include its ability to boost bone health, strengthen the immune system, increase your appetite, improve respiratory conditions, aid digestion and relieve pains related to menstrual disorders, nausea, and flu. The fresh and dried ginger are considered to have very different qualities. Ginger is believed to be more moistening when fresh, whereas the dried root is energetically hot, and more drying. Both have been employed in cases of diarrhea, vomiting, nausea etc. and aid in expelling toxins.
The sweetly aromatic cardamom is the fruit of a tropical plant related to ginger, and is one of the world's most expensive spices, after saffron and vanilla. In India Cardamom was known as the "Queen of spices" to black pepper's title as the "King of spices". The green cardamom pods used in our tea mixes have slightly cooling effect and support digestive, nervous and respiratory systems.It is known to support the functions of spleen and pancreas, reduce mucous formation in lungs and stomach and help with indigestion and nausea.
Cumin is a mainstay herbal medicine in Ayurveda and it is administered for a variety of complaints. It was employed in cases of sleeplessness, to support glandular health, and to support metabolism. Its main use however, which spans cultures, is as a digestive support. It relieves wind and bloating and is used to alleviate nausea. It is considered to have a balancing effect and is commonly used in conjunction with coriander and fennel to aid systemic detoxification of intestines.
In Ayurveda coriander is often combined with cumin and cardamom seeds for use as a digestive tonic. Some of the components of essential oils found in coriander such as Borneol and Linalool, aid in digestion, support functioning of the liver and bonding of bowels, while also helping to reduce diarrhea. Coriander is considered to be a remedy that brings balance to the digestive, urinary, nervous, and respiratory systems. It is energetically cooling and has a sweet, bitter and pungent taste. Some of the acids present in coriander, like linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid and ascorbic acid (vitamin C) are known to be effective in reducing cholesterol levels in the blood. It also acts as a blood purifier and supports expelling of toxins through kidneys.
Fennel was highly valued in the ancient world by Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, Chinese, and Indians for its value as a carminative, expectorant. Due to fennel's gentle nature, it is used to support digestion in infants and children, and can be given to nursing mothers. In Ayurveda, fennel is believed to taste bitter, pungent, and sweet.Fennel is highly beneficial in relieving digestive problems such as indigestion, bloating, flatulence, constipation, colic, intestinal gas, heartburn, and even irritable bowel. It is considered nourishing to the brain and eyes, calming to the spirit. It also works as a natural fat buster by boosting the metabolism, breaking down fats and reducing water retention.
Cinnamon is considered to be a warming herb that is stimulating to the circulatory system and soothing for the digestive system. It is believed to balance the spleen, kidney, heart, and liver meridians and to stimulate circulation of energy. It is considered to be warming to the kidneys and is particularly useful in cold or stagnant conditions. In Ayurveda it is believed to support the respiratory, digestive, nervous, circulatory, urinary, and reproductive systems. It is analgesic, antimicrobial, antispasmodic, astringent, expectorant and diuretic in action. It is very beneficial for breathing difficulties, bronchitis, colds, congestion, flu, diarrhea, edema, bloating and nausea.
In Ayurveda clove has not only been used in the kitchen, but has been employed as a medicinal herb to support digestion, soothe nausea, to support lung health, and is thought to be a highly effective carminative. Cloves improve digestion by stimulating the secretion of digestive enzymes and are also good for reducing flatulence, gastric irritability and nausea. It is an energetically hot herb having a pungent taste and therefore most useful in cold or stagnant conditions. Cloves contain high amounts of antioxidants, which are ideal for protecting the organs from the effects of free radicals, and it contains compounds that help in improving the immune system by increasing the white blood cell count. They also carry antimicrobial, analgesic and anti-inflammatory compounds.
Chamomile is a gentle herb known all over the world to calm the nervous system and the digestive tract, and is mild enough to be administered to babies with colic. Chamomile is rare in its qualities of being both a bitter digestive tonic and a relaxant/sedative, meaning that it has both the ability to tone the digestive organs and at the same time relax the nervous system. It also has many other health benefits including the ability to lower stress levels, aid sleep, soothe menstrual symptoms, protect the skin, boost the immune system, treat gastrointestinal issues and help manage diabetes. Although chamomile can an allergen to some people, such as those who are allergic to ragweed, daisies or chrysanthemum, it can also help to modulate the immune response to allergens in the body.
Passionflower is cooling to the body, calming to the mind, and soothing to the spirit. It quells anxiety and quiets the ruminating mind. This plant is gentle yet profound. Primarily the above ground parts (the entire vine including leaves, stems and flowers) are dried used as a tea. Passionflower is indicated for use in calming the nervous system and for allaying spasmodic conditions. It is a go-to remedy for people who worry too much or for those that exhaust themselves. It is believed that certain compounds found in passion flower may increase the levels of amma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), which in turn helps to decrease the activity of some brain cells that may be causing anxiety. This herb has been used extensively in Europe for insomnia and anxiety.
Dandelion has been used for centuries, in traditional medicine practices all over the world, as a restorative tonic, edible food and detoxifying herb.The root is a favorite among traditional herbalists as it supports the healthy functioning of the liver, kidneys, spleen, and gallbladder and is considered to be a reliable detoxifying agent. According to TCM, dandelion clears heat from the liver and has a beneficial effect on the stomach and lungs. Dandelion is rich in calcium and antioxidants like vitamin-C and Luteolin, which help protect the liver and bones from age-related damage.
Holy Basil has been revered for its medicinal value throughout India for thousands of years. Ayurvedic texts describe Holy Basil as a pillar of holistic herbal medicine and a goddess incarnated in plant form (the mother medicine of nature). It is supportive to digestive, nervous and respiratory systems as it is known to act as an antibacterial, antiseptic, antispasmodic and nervine tonic. It is beneficial for coughs, colds, headaches, lung problems, sinus congestion etc. and supports nerve tissue strengthening, oxygenation of brain cells, depression relief and prevention of fat accumulation in the body. It contains copper in organic form which is needed to absorb iron in the body.
Licorice root is one of the most widely used medicinal herbs worldwide and is also used to harmonize the effects of contrasting herbs. In Ayurveda, it is well known as an expectorant, anti-inflammatory, liver protective, antimicrobial, colon supportive and anti-depressant. It has an impressive list of well documented uses and is useful for many ailments like ulcers, chest congestion, constipation, adrenal fatigue, pms discomfort, viral infections, inflammation etc.
Marshmallow root has been traditionally used to support a healthy digestive system. It provides natural mucilage that supports, soothes, and moistens mucous membranes of the respiratory, digestive, and urinary tracts. It is well known to help repair the gut lining as well as fight symptoms of tonsillitis, bronchitis, urinary tract infection and dry cough.
Disclaimer: All the information here is for educational purposes only and it has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, on any medications or have allergies to any herbs (e.g. ragweed,thistle etc.)