In Sanskrit, Ayurveda means the science of life – and it is just that. Unlike modern science that focuses on treating a specific disease, Ayurveda is a holistic and personal form of health practice that honours the mind, body, and spirit. It incorporates diet, lifestyle, herbs, and yoga to truly heal from within.

Ayurvedic teas are traditional herbal teas served in Ayurvedic medicine. It is the key component of Ayurveda to help people attain health, wellness, and vitality. There are three types of Ayurvedic tea — Vata tea, Pitta tea, and Kapha tea. These teas are made from different herbs and elements and are said to detoxify and purify the body.

Kapha: A vitalizing, fiery embrace. According to the Ayurvedic Teachings, this composition of ingredients supports the Dosha Kapha. The strong spices make it the most intense composition among our Ayurveda blends. Turmeric root, which is an important part of Indian cuisine, provides the distinctive flavour, and the combination of the other ingredients is said to provide an invigorating effect. This “good mood tea” contains no caffeine.

Vata: For all those seeking strength, support and warmth. This is the perfect drink for a relaxing break after any strenuous activity. According to the Ayurvedic Teachings, this composition of ingredients supports the Dosha Vata. Spicy and slightly sweet, with a pleasant aroma and a hint of liquorice, this refreshing and balancing tea blend will be truly loved by every herbal tea fan.

Pitta: For hot summer days and heated tempers. According to the Ayurvedic Teachings, this composition supports the Dosha Pitta. This blend is soothing, balancing, and soft in taste with a tender, flowery accent, it invites you to relax and makes you feel positive and uplifted. A decoration of rose leaves accentuates the very attractive appeal of this blend.

Ayurvedic Vitality Tea: Vitality Traditions from the Ayurvedic teachings form the base for this blend. The original, spicy and tangy herbal taste with a hint of light ginger and pepper is aimed at promoting health and wellbeing.