You may not have heard about Ayurvedic tea. However, it’s making waves among tea fans and health advocates as one part of a healthy lifestyle.
Today, we’re going to teach you a few of the most important benefits of drinking Ayurvedic tea.
Increased energy: Ayurvedic tea has been shown to increase energy levels in our bodies. Since Ayurvedic tea doesn’t contain caffeine, this is a cleaner and more natural energy boost. Say goodbye to jitters and other unnatural side effects!
Better metabolism: Ayurvedic tea also promotes a healthier metabolism in your body, which means that you can digest food more easily. As you might know, a better metabolism leads to weight loss, which is something everybody can appreciate. In fact, one of the main reasons why people purchase Ayurvedic tea is for its weight loss properties.
Body cleanser: Research has shown that Ayurvedic tea can remove toxins from your body. In fact, many people use it as part of a full body cleanse diet.
Anti-inflammatory properties: Whether you’re experiencing chronic pain or you just want to lower blood pressure, anti-inflammatory ingredients are good for your body. Ayurvedic tea has analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, both of which promote a wide range of benefits all over the body.
Caffeine free: Unlike other types of tea, Ayurvedic tea has no caffeine in it. Caffeine is a drug that can be harmful in large doses, and it’s important to limit your intake.
A collection of healthy herbs and ingredients: At ESP Emporium, our most popular Ayurvedic teas feature a blend of herbs that promote a healthy lifestyle. Our Ayurvedic Balance Herb Tea Blend, for example, contains ingredients like cinnamon, coriander, fennel, ginger roots, rose leaves, and licorice, all of which affect your body’s health in varying ways. Other ingredients – like juniper root – have antiseptic properties that can cure a number of different diseases, including urinary tract infections and kidney problems.
Promote memory retention: Certain herbs in Ayurvedic tea blends promote healthy brain activity and increase memory retention. Licorice root, ginkgo leaf, coriander, mint, and fennel, for example, all contribute to healthy brain activity in a number of different ways.
Ayurvedic holistic healthcare
Modern tea drinkers aren’t the first to discover the benefits of drinking Ayurvedic tea. In fact, people have known about its benefits for thousands of years.
The name Ayurveda comes from an ancient medicine practiced in India over 4,500 years ago. The Ayurvedic treatment system used a number of natural ingredients in order to promote healthy living and a balanced lifestyle. It involved balancing three ‘Doshas’ (energies) within the body.
In that sense, Ayurvedic tea was just one element of a wider range of natural health products. However, Ayurvedic tea remains popular today because of its connection with the ancient Hindu medicine.
In Sanskrit, ‘Ayur’ means life or longevity while ‘Veda’ means knowledge or science. When you drink Ayurvedic tea, you’re not just experience a rich and complex taste: you’re also making changes that lead to a healthier lifestyle.