- Elettaria cardamomum soothes the digestive tract
- Glycyrrhiza glabra helps to maintain optimal functioning of the digestive system
- It has a positive effect in cases of stomach irritation and restores appetite
- Tinospora cordifolia strengthens immunity of the body
- It harmonises metabolism and revitalises the bodily tissues
Elettaria cardamomum, glycyrrhiza glabra, tinospora cordifolia, cymbopogon citratus
100 g of loose tea
2–3 cups a day
Let one teaspoon of herbal blend (cca 2g) simmer for 3–5 minutes or pour 250 ml of boiling water and allow 10 minutes infusion.
The Himalayan herbs are traditionally boiled for 3 to 5 minutes in case they serve as a remedy enhancing mental and bodily functions. Such decoction has a stronger effect, milder taste and beneficially influences our digestion that enables proper assimilation of health-promoting extracts of the Himalayan herbs. The teas are drunk as a part of our daily drinking regime for a period of duration of health disorders. If you undertake herbal therapy, the tea can be used for a period of 1 to 3 months in accordance with a daily dosage indicated on the particular label. Allow one week pause after finishing each tea box.
It is recommended to use a maximum of two kinds of teas at the same time. For reducing symptoms of common ailments, more of the teas can be switched in a daily or weekly period. Such being the case, teas are drunk separately at one hour interval. When drinking as a preventive, stimulating or supportive remedy, herb infusion is sufficient with an unlimited period of use. For stronger health affectivity teas are used warm before meals. The specific taste of each tea is a part of its therapeutic effect and corresponds to the ayurvedic health properties of six tastes. Thus any kind of sweetener is not recommended.
Dietary supplement. Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Do not use as a substitute for a balanced diet. Store in a dry place under 25°C. Not convenient for children, pregnant and nursing women.
Country of origin: Nepal
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