Yoga tea is beneficial. Having tried it once, you cannot refuse it anymore. This is my opinion, of course, but you decide.
Spices, perfectly combined in this tea, will help you to clean the blood, improve digestion, restore the nervous system and physical strength, protect from flu and colds, will raise your spirits. Those who want to get a more powerful cleansing effect may refuse to eat for three days, replacing it with this tea. You need to drink from 10 to 21 cups of yoga tea a day.
Yoga tea has an excellent taste and can be an excellent substitute for morning coffee, due to its energetic effect.
What do you need?
- Nine carnation buds
- Nine pieces of cardamom
- One stick cinnamon
- Four teaspoons turmeric
- 5-10 teaspoons of ginger
- 0.5 teaspoons good black tea
- The dosage of spices can be changed at will, that is, vary according to taste. Maybe something you want to put more, something less.
- put all ingredients (except tea. Tea is added at the very end) in boiling water (2 liters). Boil on low heat for 5 minutes. And1 cup of milk and bring to a boil. If desired, add some milk.
Drink with honey and be healthy.
The history of yogi tea dates back to 1969. It was at this time that, a teacher of Kundalini Yoga, began teaching her in America. He shared with his student the wisdom and knowledge of Ayurveda and healthy lifestyle that he mastered in India. During classes, he prepared a specially spiced tea, which contained five traditional Ayurveda spices: cardamom seeds, cinnamon bark, cloves, black pepper and ginger root. This tea is called “yoga tea.” The combination of these flavoring spices revives and invigorates, and also raises the general condition.
It is a delicious and healthy spice blend. This tea restores the nervous system, cleanses the blood, has a positive effect on digestion and strengthens the potency. Excellent replaces the use of coffee. You can brew a large kettle of this tea and leave it in the fridge.
Tea Yoga Ingredients
- Water – 3.5 – 4 liters
- Milk – 3 cups
- Black tea – half a teaspoon
- Clove – 15 Whole Seeds
- Cardamom – seeds of 20 green pods (grind a little)
- Black pepper – 20 peas
- Cinnamon – 3 sprigs
- Ginger Root – 8 Pieces.
Boil 3.5-4.5 liters of water in the kettle. Add spices, cover and simmer over low heat for 20 to 30 minutes, until the drink turns auburn. Cool and strain. If you want to drink tea right away, add milk and set on fire. As soon as boils, immediately remove the kettle from the stove. Sweeten to taste. Or you can, without adding milk, put the tea in the fridge and when consumed, add milk to the cup of tea.
There are plenty of tea yoga recipes. They are made from specially selected spices that support the human mind, body, and spirit. The philosophy of tea yoga production is rooted in Ayurveda traditions, which combines natural therapy and a balanced approach to overall health and well-being.
The perfect combination of ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, and cloves. This classic recipe is the heir to amazing myths that go deep into ancient Eastern traditions and spiritual practices.
Spicy, sweet and refreshing, Yogic Classic will strengthen the body and spirit with its exquisite taste and inviting aroma.
Close your eye take a breath and let the aroma of cinnamon and ginger carry you to the world of antiquity when this perfect drink was created.
Smile with Sweet Tangerine Positive Energy
Tea Sweet Tangerine Positive Energy combines herbs that have traditionally been used to elevate the spirit, as well as black tea Assam and Paraguayan tea to add energy. Lotus flowers and mandarin give bright and invigorating tea sweet, floral and fruity notes that exactly make you smile.
When the inspirational teacher of a holistic existence, began to teach yoga in the West. When Yogis shared with students their wisdom and knowledge of herbs and healthy lifestyles, he served them flavored tea with spices, which they affectionately called “Yogi Chai.”
Get the most out of each cup
Bring water to a boil and brew for 5 minutes. To brew stronger tea, use two bags. Drink 3-4 cups a day.
Natural orange flavor, natural tangerine flavor, natural lotus flavor, organic orange peel oil, citric acid.
Each tea bag contains approximately 80 mg of caffeine compared to about 90 mg in 8 ounces of coffee.
Before use during pregnancy, breastfeeding, taking medications or health problems should consult a doctor.