Ayurvedic Tea Blends.
R-U-VED Inc., Redmond, VVA, has reformulated a line of Ayurvedic tea blends that are designed to balance one's Ayurvedic constitution, or "dosha dosha (dosh´ah) according to the principle of constitution of the physical body in ayurveda, one of the three vital bioenergies (vata, pitta, kapha) condensed from the five elements; the doshas are responsible for the physical and ," called Vata, Pitta or Kapha. ProVata, ProPita, ProKapha, Energy-Tea and Green 'lea include synergistic blends of organic or wild-crafted herbs to maximize balancing effects, along with "lea cut leaves'" to enhance flavor and aroma. ProVata tea (caffeine free) helps to ground and warm the body and mind, it is especially helpful for those with Vata disorders, or for most people during the winter season. Signs of Vata imbalance are an over-active mind, fatigue, insomnia, gas and bloating and constipation. A balanced Vata feels happy, calm and energetic. Ingredients are ajwain, black cardamom, cinnamon, fennel, ginger and licorice. ProPita tea (caffeine free) includes soothing, cooling and pacifying herbs to relax and cool overheated pitta people, and is ideal during the steamy summer months. Signs of Pitta imbalance are irritability, anger and digestive difficulties. A balanced Pitta has a good appetite, a sharp intellect and good memory retention. Ingredients include cardamom cardamom (kär`dəməm): see ginger.
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See : Laziness . A balanced Kapha is strong, energetic, and caring, with an easygoing attitude. Ingredients include cloves, cardamom, ginger, green tea and cinnamon. Energy Tea ingredients include ashwa-gandha, bacopa monnieri, cardamom, gotu kola, cinnamon, ginger and green tea. Himalayan Green Tea offers natural support for the immune system and overall body wellness.