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India is famous for its lovely aromatic spices that are used in everything from cooking to perfumes. The variety of teas is simply extraordinary so becoming a connoisseur of teas can be interesting and rewarding. There are black teas and green teas that are stimulating as well as herbal teas that are relaxing or supportive of particular physiological functions, such as digestion or mental acuity. Experiment with the savory taste and enjoy the aroma of revered tulsi teas or detoxify with dashmool. Imbibe the aromas as well as the flavors!

   

Cleavers Tea, 5 oz.

This tea is pH balancing and stimulating to both the lymphatic and digestive systems. It is carminative and helps to reduce the gases in the gastrointestinal tract that cause bloating and distention. The herbs are aromatic because of their essential oils. My tea has orange peels, ginger, galangal, green cardamom, and star anise. This is a sort of "lymph chai."

Ingredients: organic cleavers herb, organic sarsaparilla root, organic ginger root, organic licorice root, organic star anise, organic galangal root, organic cardamom, organic orange peel, organic black pepper, and organic cloves.

Australia: not eligible for shipment due to orange peels in the tea.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $



Tea Ball Infuser with Tray

This is a small infuser for making a single cup of tea. It comes with a tray to catch the tea that leaks from inside. It is made of stainless steel.

Ingredients: stainless steel infuser with tray.

Starwest, $



Tulsi Tea, 5 oz.

Holy basil is one of the premier herbs of the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia. It is a major rasayana herb and a valuable nervine. Together with gotu kola, this tea is calming and gently detoxifying. It acts specifically on the brain and nervous system, but with the addition of lemongrass and ginger, this tea also aids digestion. The flavor is greatly enhanced by the zesty additions that have carminative properties. When formulating this tea, we knew what we had to do to create something superb! Try it warm a few hours before bedtime or on ice during summer days. Use the leftover as a hair rinse! All the ingredients of this tea are 100% organic.

Ingredients: organic Rama Tulsi, Ocimum sanctum, aerial parts, organic Gotu Kola, Centella asiatica aerial parts, organic Lemongrass, Cymbopogon citratus aerial parts, and organic Ginger, Zingiber officinalis rhizome.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $



Violet Tea, 5 oz.

This is basically the same as the Cleavers Tea except that violets have been substituted for sarsaparilla. It is a lymphatic stimulant and digestive aid, very tasty. Instructions are on the back of the foil pouch.

Ingredients: organic cleavers herb, organic blue violet herb, organic ginger root, organic licorice root, organic star anise, organic galangal root, organic cardamom, organic orange peel, organic black pepper, and organic cloves.

Australia: not eligible for shipment due to orange peels in the tea.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary, $



Yogi Chai Black, 16 tea bags

An authentic, rich and spicy blend, which has been a mainstay in northern India for centuries. After brewing, add milk or a milk substitute and sweetener to create an exquisite taste that is delightfully unique to chai.

Ingredients: organic cinnamon bark, organic cardamom seed, organic ginger root and organic clove buds mixed with organic Assam black tea plus natural essential oils of cinnamon, cardamom, and ginger.

Yogi, $



Yogi Cold Season Tea, 16 tea bags

Wrap yourself in the soothing comfort of Yogi cold season teas. Choose from among four different formulas to help protect you and the ones you love: contains four each of Yogi Breath Deep Tea, Yogi Echinacea Immune Support Tea, Yogi Cold Season Tea and Yogi Throat Comfort Tea.

Ingredients: four each of the following blends, all certified organic: Breathe Deep — Respiratory Support, Cold Season — Nasal and Bronchial Aid, Echinacea Immune Support — Immune System Boost, Throat Comfort — Throat Health Support.

Yogi, $


 
   


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