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" Has an excellent taste and smell. Love drinking this in the mornings with my breakfast. "
- Calista B.
Why We Love Kapha Dosha Tea
This tea helps to balance Kapha Dosha. According to the timeless wisdom of the ancient Indian system of healthcare called Ayurveda, when Kapha Dosha is balanced one feels energized, alert, and joyful.
This is a great ayurvedic tea for weight loss, as a balanced kapha helps to maintain one's healthy weight. When kapha is out of balance, weight gain may occur.
Loose organic herbs - brew like loose leaf tea
All organic ingredients
Balances Kapha dosha
Delicious spicy - sweet flavor
Antioxidant herb infused
Made in USA
Our organic ayurvedic tea for kapha is made according to traditional ayurvedic texts to help balance kapha dosha, which regulates weight, body tissues, and structure. According to ancient ayurvedic texts, this formula will help when there are excessive feelings of depression, heaviness, and will assist the body to naturally remove toxins in a gentle way.
An imbalanced Kapha Dosha makes one feel lethargic, and inactive. This herbal tea is prepared according to ayurvedic principles to bring back Kapha to balance. Once Kapha is balanced, one feels lighter, more energetic, and optimistic about life.
How to Brew
Brewing is easy. You can boil 1 tablespoon of herbs for every 1 cup of water, then strain before drinking. Or you can use a coffee press to brew it for 5 minutes. Enjoy the organic goodness!
Ingredients: Organic licorice, Organic ginger, Organic Tulsi, Organic cinnamon, Organic sarsaparilla, Organic anise, Organic fennel, Organic cardamom, Organic clove, Organic black pepper.
All organic ingredients
Blended in USA
How to Balance Kapha Dosha
People with dominant kapha dosha are blessed with a strong build and enduring stamina. An imbalance though tends to mess up things a bit, the body tends to put on weight, retain fluids and becomes susceptible to allergies. Even the mind is affected by the domination of kapha resulting in stubbornness and a resistance to accept changes.
Cold and wet weather, dairy produce, food with high-fat content and a lack of physical exercise aggravate kapha in the body. The key to balancing kapha lies in dealing with these conditions. Here is a look at ways to pacify the excess kapha:
Stagnation and the lack of physical and mental stimulation enhance kapha. Vigorous exercise in the form of hiking, jogging, long-distance running or the practice of martial arts is a great way to keep kapha in balance. The practice of yoga offers multiple benefits for the body and the mind and provides an alternative to those who detest exercise. Pranayama or breathing exercises help in keeping the air passages free ensuring that kapha does not accumulate.
Exposure to cold climates and getting wet aggravates kapha. Adequate protection of the body when exposed to such climates ensures that kapha doesn’t aggravate. Keeping the nose, throat and ears covered when exposed to chilly weather prevents congestion – a common kapha complaint.
Abhyanga or self-massage before bathing helps stimulate the nerves. Warm sesame oil is recommended for abhyanga. Shower using hot or warm water and avoid cold water altogether.
The major cause of kapha imbalance after cold climate is diet. Heavy, oily and cold food tends to aggravate it as do heavy and sour fruits like oranges, pineapples, bananas, melons etc. Apart from tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini and sweet potatoes, all other vegetables can be included in the diet. Avoid yoghurt and stick to buttermilk and low-fat milk, the latter preferably boiled with a pinch of turmeric. Sugar and sweeteners are best avoided except for honey, which is excellent for reducing kapha (avoid more than a spoonful a day). There is nothing like too much spice when you are looking to control kapha and keep adding them to your diet. Reduce the intake of salt though as it aggravates the condition.
Even a kapha-reducing diet would not serve the purpose if it were stale or served cold. Food that is light, warming and topped up with spices served warm is the ideal combination to balance kapha. This not only supports digestion, elimination and assimilation but also helps in maintaining the warmth of the body. Eat lightly and drink water sparingly (unless you tend to exercise a lot) to attain the ideal balance.
Balancing kapha requires a person to consider all these factors and make the appropriate changes in lifestyle.