Organic and Wildharvested Herbal Tea Pungent savoury tea. Revitalising, warming and relieving mucous congestion. Kapha tea consists of herbs which are stimulating, heating and decongesting. Water and Earth balancing. A person with a dominant Kapha metabolic type is generally easy going, laid back and can relax.They have a tendency to be overweight because they digest food rather slowly suffering lots of digestive upsets. Waste products in their body quickly form into excess mucous, especially in the lungs. The Kapha constitution moves slowly, acts and reacts slowly, taking time with everything. The Kapha dosha is located in the chest, lungs and spinal fluid. It is responsible for bone structure, muscle support and insulated fat. Made in Australia from Imported and Local herbs. Contains Curry Leaf – Murraya koenigi. Dill Tops – Anethum graveolens. Turmeric Root – Curcuma longa. Fenugreek Seed – Trigonella foenum-graecum. Ginger Root – Zingiber officinale. Clove Buds – Syzygium aromaticum.

Ayur – life and Veda – knowledge – is a philosophy of Indian Medicine dating back 5000 years. Ayurveda is based on the principle that illness is caused by an imbalance of life forces – our body, mind, spirit and our environment. Ayurveda distinguishes three basic types of constitution or dosha – Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Our teas have been formulated to harmonise the energies within each dosha.

Historical and Traditional Perspective
Spotlight on Turmeric

Turmeric has an aromatic rhizome, large leaves and yellow flowers with pink bracts. The dried root gives flavour and colour to curry powders and is used extensively in Indian dishes.In Chinese medicine the root stimulates circulation, resolves bruises and clots and is a Thai treatment for cobra venom .Research shows Turmeric strengthens the gall bladder, inhibits dangerous blood clotting, reduces some liver toxins and helps it metabolise fats (possibly assisting weight loss), and has an anti-inflammatory, non-steroidal action. Turmeric gives a golden fabric dye and features prominently in Indian ceremonies.
Historical and traditional perspectives are for information purposes only and are not intended as medical advice.