Metabolism Boost Herbal Tea
This herbal magic is a natural fat burner which revs up the metabolism and burns calories throughout the day. A delicious concoction of tea leaves and herbs, the drink not only energises but also functions as an appetite suppressant to keep food cravings away. This tea boosts immunity and aids digestion, so reap the multiple health benefits from just a cup of tea!
Ingredients: Green Tea, Mint, Tulsi (Holy Basil), Amla (Indian Gooseberry), Black Pepper, Clove, Fennel, Ginger, Kudzu Root, Shatavari
Brewing Instructions: Always use fresh water. Bring water to near boiling point (90 degree Celsius). Take 1 teaspoon / 1 teabag in a cup. Pour the heated water and steep the tea for 3-4 mins. Adjust the time of brewing as per desired strength.
Tea flavour enhances as it cools. Our teas can be re-brewed, just steep it longer for the second time.
Know more about the herbs in this tea:
Green Tea Assam green tea comes loaded with bioactive compounds and great benefits. It is high in protective polyphenols and are known to protect the body against disease and make an important contribution towards a healthy, balanced diet. The main bioactive compounds in green tea are flavonoids with the most potent being catechins and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Green teas may boost brain function, boost fat burning, may support blood sugar control and may reduce the risk of heart disease.
Amla (Indian Gooseberry) Amla berries are rich in antioxidants, which reduce the risk of chronic health conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Amla berries are also an excellent source of: Vitamin C. Vitamin E.
Kudzu Root Kudzu root contains more than 70 plant compounds, some of which may be responsible for the root’s potential health benefits. Kudzu root is rich inantioxidants, compounds that protect cells from oxidative stress that can lead to liver damage. It may alleviate menopausal symptoms.
Mint Refreshing and zingy, a dash of mint in tea makes the mood delightful with every sip. Fresh mint leaves are a special concoction in iced teas, relished during summer months. It has powerful antioxidant properties and is believed to manage blood sugar levels and treat skin-related problems. It is also found to aid in digestion and breathing disorders.
Tulsi (Holy basil) A quintessential part of Ayurveda system of medicine, basil is considered to be a tonic for healing body, mind and spirit. Useful from the leaves to the seed, holy basil According to the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, holy basil has antidepressant and anti-anxiety properties comparable to diazepam and antidepressant drugs.
Black Pepper More than just a food flavor enhancer, black pepper offers health benefits thanks to its bioactive compounds, with piperine being the most important. It is the main component that gives black pepper its health-boosting qualities. Piperine is considered a type of antioxidant that helps to lower the risk of chronic illnesses like atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, and neurological conditions. This compound has a positive effect on nutrient bioavailability as well. When you add black pepper to your meal, you increase the amount of nutrients absorbed into your bloodstream.
Ginger Ginger has a very long history of use in various forms of Ayurvedic medicines. It’s been used to aid digestion, reduce nausea, and help fight the flu and common cold, to name a few of its purposes.May drastically lower blood sugars and improve heart disease risk factors.
Clove Cloves are the dried, unopened flower buds of the Syzygium aromaticum tree, which is native to Indonesia. They have a sweet, warm, and are commonly used to add flavor to dishes and drinks such as teas. Cloves have been shown to have antibacterial properties and may be effective at killing certain types of bacteria. Cloves are often used as a natural remedy for toothache and gum pain.
Fennel Fennel has been extensively used for its inherent medicinal and culinary properties since ancient times. Fennel seeds are a storehouse of essential vitamins, nutrients and minerals like vitamin C, vitamin A, fibre, potassium, manganese, zinc, iron, and calcium. They contain polyphenols such as rosmarinic acid, chlorogenic acid, quercetin and apigenin. In addition, fennel seeds are characterised by powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that enable them to treat various health conditions.
Shatavari, also known as Asparagus racemosus, is a herb that is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is believed to have a variety of health benefits, including promoting fertility and lactation in women, reducing anxiety and stress, and improving digestion. It is also sometimes used as a natural remedy for menopause symptoms. It is also commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine as a rejuvenating tonic for women.