Brew using boiling water and leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes
Yoga Tea is a special Herbal Blend and one of our Ayurvedic Tea varieties. It includes several spices, which, when brewed, create a delightful kick on the palate. But it also, as its name suggests, has harmonising qualities.
Be sure to enjoy a cup of Yoga Tea before your next spiritual routine. You won’t be disappointed by all it has to offer, not least because we pack it fresh to order.
Yoga Tea Ingredients
This wholesome and refreshing infusion contains Cinnamon, Hawthorn Petals, Ginger Root Pieces, Cloves, Black Pepper and Cardamom Tea.
Such a combination is a match made in heaven - hence why we consider it the perfect Ayurvedic Tea for yoga. Some of these ingredients have a close association with holistic healing. Allow us now to explore its potential.
Balance Your Doshas with Yoga Blend Tea
Around 80% of rural communities in India use Ayurvedic Medicine, a practice involving herbs and spices to balance the three “doshas.” These are the “Vata” dosha, the “Pitta” dosha and the “Kapha” dosha.
Vata, according to Ayurveda, controls bodily functions associated with motion. Pitta, meanwhile, regulates the body’s metabolic systems. And then there is Kapha, which influences growth and water supply.
Different Yogi Tea ingredients have different capabilities for the doshas. Cardamom and Ginger Tea are known as “tridoshics,” which means they balance all three.
Peppercorns and Cinnamon support the Pitta dosha, in particular, while cloves help with Vatta and Pitta. Scientifically minded people may be pleased to know that these components also have proven, evidence-backed health benefits.
Does Yoga Tea Have Caffeine?
One question around Ayurvedic Yoga Tea still unanswered is whether it provides an energy boost. Caffeine is a stimulant in around sixty plants, including Tea (Camellia sinensis) and Fresh Coffee (Coffea).
No ingredients found in this Tea belong to the family, making it an excellent caffeine-free alternative for those looking to cut down. Why not get brewing?
How to Make Yoga Tea
1, Put Loose Tea into a Tea Infuser or Filter.
2, Place the Tea-filled accessory in a mug or cup.
3, Pour freshly boiled water at 100°C over the Tea.
4, Allow it to steep for 5-10 minutes.
How to Serve: Consider honey or lemon. Alternatively, serve it without additions.
Tasting Notes: Imparts herbaceous and spicy notes with a refreshing finish.
Health Benefits of Ayurvedic Yoga Tea
A wealth of vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants exist in Ayurvedic Yoga Tea. Among them are calcium, fibre, magnesium and Vitamin C, which, combined, combat free radicals in the body. The process works on a molecular level to reduce the risk of developing a multitude of chronic conditions from heart disease to type-2 diabetes to even, potentially, cancer.
Several ingredients also promote weight loss. According to a study published in The Journal of the Science and Food of Agriculture, Ginger Root’s abundance in gingerols boosts the metabolism of fat cells.
This enables the body to burn fat quicker and more efficiently, leading to periods of exercise producing better, more noticeable results. And there’s more.
Yoga Tea is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic. It can, among other abilities, support the immune system, aid digestion, improve skin health and enhance cognitive function.
Whatever your reason for choosing it, you’ve decided extraordinarily well. Be sure to find out for yourself with The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company. You won’t be disappointed.
- TypeHerbal Tea
- Health PointsDetox, Hydration, Refreshing, Relaxing
- Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
- OptionsLoose Tea
- Time of DayBreakfast, Lunchtime, Afternoon, Evening
- CountryMore Than One Origin