Ayurvedic herbal tea, recommended by Ayurveda to maintain normal blood circulation.
The tea can help maintain normal venous blood flow in the case of heavy leg syndrome. It may help to maintain normal blood vessel function and elasticity, and have a beneficial effect on blood pressure.
Ingredients: centella asiatica, valeriana officinalis, terminalia bellirica, terminalia arjuna, emblica officinalis, terminalia chebula, andrographis paniculata, andrographis paniculata, punica granatum.
Quantity: 100 g loose tea
Recommended dosage: 2-3 cups per day.
Preparation: One teaspoon of the herbal mixture (about 2 g) boil in water for 3-5 minutes or simply pour 250 ml of boiling water over the mixture and leave to steep for 10 minutes.
Use: A maximum of two teas at a time is recommended. More teas can be taken alternately on a daily or weekly basis to reduce the symptoms of common ailments. In this case, the teas should be taken separately at one hour intervals. When taken as a prophylactic, stimulant or supportive measure, the herbal infusion is sufficient for an indefinite period of use. For a better health effect, the teas should be taken before meals, warm. The specific flavour of each tea is part of its effect and corresponds to the Ayurvedic health properties of the six flavours. Thus, no sweeteners are recommended.
Keep away from children. Do not exceed the recommended dose. Store in a dry place at a temperature below 25°C. Not recommended for children, pregnant and lactating women.
Country of origin: Nepal