• Tinospora cordifolia supports production of antibodies and body immunity
  • Ocimum sanctum enhances optimal functioning of the respiratory system
  • Withania somnifera beneficially influences syndrome of tired muscles and joints
  • Andrographis paniculata promotes body immunity, liver functions and body detoxification
  • Curcuma longa helps in case of inflammation of the airways, digestive tract, liver and skin
  • It has a supporting effect on bodily symptoms after a tick bite

Ingredients

tinospora cordifolia, ocimum sanctum, withania somnifera, andrographis paniculata, curcuma longa, emblica officinalis, terminalia chebula, terminalia bellirica, glycyrrhiza glabra, tribulus terrestris, pterocarpus marsupium, santalum album, centella asiatica, terminalia arjuna

Weight

100 g of loose tea

Recommended Dosage

2 - 3 cups a day

Preparation

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.

Use

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 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 a 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 maximum of two kinds of teas at the same time. For reducing symptoms of common ailments, more of the teas can be switched in daily or weekly period. Such being the case, teas are drunk separately with one hour interval. When drinking as a preventive, stimulating or supportive remedy, herb infusion is sufficient with unlimited period of use. For stronger health affectivity teas are used warm before meal. 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.