Brand: The Indian Chai
- LICORICE: Licorice contributes the sweet taste, useful for pacifying Pitta. AMLA: This vitamin C-rich and antioxidant-packed fruit is a powerhouse for Pitta types, who are the most prone to oxidative stress because fire is a primary Pitta element.
- CARDAMOM: Cardamom is considered an excellent digestive, especially beneficial for bloating and intestinal gas. GINGER: Ginger is a zesty spice useful in aiding digestion, promoting appetite and helping with occasional stomach discomfort.
- CINNAMON: In ayurveda, cinnamon is used to balance the digestion and can also help with occasional stomach discomfort. BRAHMI: Brahmi has both calming and energizing effects. Its compounds may improve memory and other cognitive functions, so Type-A Pittas can feel like they're fitting in some self-improvement while they calm down.
- ROSE: Another antioxidant-rich tea, the polyphenols in roses help the body repair cellular damage, a result of Pitta's fast-paced, often high-stress, life. Because rose is also a mild laxative and bolsters the immune system, this tea is a good choice for Pitta-Vata types.
- AYURVEDA: Ayurveda is an ancient Indian healing system. Its philosophy centres around the belief that the mind and body is one unit and illness stems from an imbalance of the three energies of the body; emotional, spiritual and mental health. These three powers are better known as the 'doshas', when translated from Sanskrit, Ayurveda means, 'the science of life
Publisher: The Indian Chai
Details: Pitta represents the Fire principle in the body. Everything that enters the body must be "digested" and assimilated, from sensory perception to food for nourishment. In addition to the gastric fire, pitta also includes the enzymes and amino acids that play a major role in metabolism, and even the neurotransmitters and neuropeptides involved in thinking. Some of the responsibilities of pitta are to regulate the body heat through the chemical transformation of food and to give a person appetite, vitality, and the capacity to learn and understand. A delicious combination of fragrant rose petals and refreshing spices, Pitta Dosha Tea is the perfect answer when you're feeling intense or frustrated. Drunk warm or cool, it helps cool down your mind, body and emotions
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