ayurvedic teas

Ayurveda, the alternative Indian medical system based on ancient writings, relies on a natural and holistic approach to physical and mental health. While not considered mainstream in the United States, Ayurvedic medicine is one of India’s traditional health care systems. 

The three Doshas are central to Ayurveda and are the basis of the practice’s personalized approach. Vata, Pitta and Kapha are derived from the five elements and represent the unique blend of physical, emotional and mental characteristics in every individual. Learn more about doshas and find your match here

Kapha Tea – Earth & Water
Reinvigorate, stimulate and warm Kapha with this active herbal blend. Kapha Ayurvedic Tea helps with digestion and has a cleansing quality. This delicious herbal blend includes Clove, Ginger, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Lemongreass, Oatstraw and Holy Basil.

Pitta Tea – Fire & Water
Pacify, cool and balance Pitta with this calming herbal blend. The perfect blend for when feeling intense or stressed. Pitta’s relaxing qualities come from the combination of Licorice Root, Rose Petals, Chamomile, Mint, Cardamom and Cinnamon.

Vata Tea – Air & Space
Calm, soothe and align Vata dosha with this unique blend of botanicals. Zone in on your inner peace, create space for rest and slow your swirling mind with a cup of this tea. Vata’s centering qualities are the result of a combination of botanicals including Clove, Ginger, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Lemongreass, Oatstraw and Holy Basil.

Stimulate Agni (digestive fire) and flush out ama (toxic waste) with CCF Tea. This long-held Ayurvedic tonic of three key spices boasts positive affects on all doshas. Many people consume CCF Tea year round in addition to the Ayurvedic tea recommended for their Dosha. CCF Tea is a simple combination of Coriander, Cumin, Fennel. Herbal Tea.

Steeping Ayurvedic Teas
Because our Ayurvedic Teas do not contain the “tea leaf” (camellia sinensis), they are caffeine-free herbal infusions. They can be enjoyed hot or iced. Many Ayurvedic practitioners recommend consuming the teas hot, as the heat helps activate the spices and botanicals. It’s also recommended that you steep Ayurvedic teas longer. Steep 1 Tablespoon of our Ayurvedic Teas in very hot water for 10 minutes. Our go-to tools for steeping Ayurvedic teas are the ForLife Press and the generously-sized ForLife Dew Cuptop Infuser.

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