Put 1 teaspoon (2 gram) of Loose Tea in a cup. Pour boiling water into the cup. Cover the cup and let it steep for three to four minutes. Strain and serve. Preferred without milk.
Vata is a principle of movement. That which moves is called vata. Therefore, vata may be translated as the bodily air principle Vata governs breathing, blinking of the eyelids, movements in the muscles and tissues, pulsations in the heart
A few sips of Calming Vata Tea will help your whirling mind settle down and your body relax. Vata is the principle of mobility that regulates all activity in the body, from how many thoughts one might have during a given period to how efficiently food moves through our intestines. Vata is in charge of functions such as the pulsation of the heart, respiration, circulation and elimination. It is responsible for joy, happiness, creativity and speech.
Vata is also in charge of the vital life essence, or prana. Thus when vata (prana
) leaves the body, life ceases. If you have been burning the candle at both ends and are feeling overworked then you may need to energise your Vata dosha with Perfect Potion of Calming Vata Dosha Tea. Whether at work, at home, or on the road, sweet soothing Vata Tea can help you stay calm and alert. This tea reduces gas, bloating and cramping
, Treats constipation, Increases absorption of nutrients, Burns toxins, Strengthens the nervous system, Reduces stress, Increases strength and rejuvenation.Ingredients
: Licorice, Ginger, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Fennel, Ajwain, Fenugreek, Stevia Leaves and Green Tea.
Here's a list of some of the amazing benefits of Calming Vata Dosha Ayurvedic Tea
: Licorice contributes the sweet taste, useful for pacifying Vata.CARDAMOM
: Cardamom is considered an excellent digestive, especially beneficial for bloating and intestinal gas.FENUGREEK:
enhances digestion and prevents stomach disorders. It is also good for the skin and hair.GINGER
: Ginger is a zesty spice useful in aiding digestion, promoting appetite and helping with occasional stomach discomfort.CINNAMOM
: In ayurveda, cinnamon is used to balance the digestion and can also help with occasional stomach discomfort.AJWAIN:
According to ayurveda, ajwain is a powerful cleanser. It is helpful for stimulating the appetite and enhancing digestion. It is recommended to help alleviate gas and discomfort in the stomach. It is also helpful for the functioning of the respiratory system and the kidneys.FENNEL:
According to ayurveda, fennel is extremely good for digestion