Ayurvedic Kapha Tea


For an energy boost and wellness.

Ayurvedic Pitta Tea is inspired by Ayurveda, a philosophical system developed in India 5,000 years ago to accomplish, through the balance of mind, body and spirit, our holistic well-being. It is said that an imbalance in one of our three biological identities, or Doshas (Vata, Kapha or Pitta), disrupts the body’s flow of energy and can even lead to diseases.

A Kapha Dosha imbalance can make you feel tired, lethargic and lead to depression. A few sips of Ayurvedic Kapha Tea can help you restore your mood and energy, and inspire you by a splash of freshness.

It is ideal when you feel: HUNGOVER, SLEEPY

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A refreshing blend of spices, such as Licorice, Cardamom, Ginger, Cloves, Black Pepper and Turmeric rejuvenates your body and mind and help restore Kapha Dosha to a state of balance, which is extremely important for a healthy life without stress.


Ingredient Properties

Dried ginger: Helps in digestion, nausea, loss of appetite and the common cold.

Licorice: Acts as a soothing agent and helps calm the mind and body.

Black pepper: Helps in the free flow of oxygen to the brain, while enhancing digestion and circulation. It has antioxidant properties.

Cardamom: Useful in the treatment of digestive problems such as bloating, heartburn and constipation.

Nutmeg: It is believed to enhance circulation, digestion and metabolism.

Turmeric: It can help detoxify the liver, maintain balanced cholesterol levels, as well as maintain a healthy response to allergens, stimulate digestion, boost your immune system and maintain healthy skin. It is widely used in Ayurveda.

Ideal way of preparation

Use fresh water.

Boil the water.

Use 1 teaspoon per cup.

Wait for 3-5 minutes or more, depending on how strong you want your tea. But be careful; the more you wait, the bitter your tea.

You can add honey for extra sweetness. Adding milk is not suggested.

To keep it fresh, store your tea in a cool and dry place.

Helpful tips

Maximum recommended consumption: 3 times a day.

If you are pregnant, breast-feeding, or taking medication, it is advisable to consult your doctor before consumption.