Have you tried the Lakshmi tea range?

We love them all but the Brain tonic (Brahmi, tulsi and ginger) is definitely one of our favourite along with the very popular Lakshmi Chai tea.

Brahmi – some of its wonderful benefits
The Sanskrit word Brahmi is derived from ‘brahma’ the creator of the universe.

Ayurvedic properties are:
Rasa: tikta and kashaya
Guna: laghu (light) and sara(laxative)
Virya: sheeta
Vipaka: madhura
Prabhava/ special potency: alleviates apasmara/ epilepsy and unmada/ hysteria
Dosha: Tridosha mainly Kaphapittahara, can increase Vata in excess

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The Lakshmi Women’s Wellbeing Tea is a blend of Ayurvedic herbs specifically combined to support overall female wellness.

Amalaki supports the female reproductive system by nourishing the bodily tissues while keeping menstruation regular. The fruit assists in supporting fertility and reproductive health. It is high in vitamin c and helps promote Ojas in immunity and strength.

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Especially during the winter month ayurveda emphasises to avoid cold and raw food this includes cold drinks and juices.
If you are fruit juice lover try a hot apple juice, this is great on a chilly winter day and will not diminish your Agni 🔥/ digestive fire. This is a very popular drink in german and swiss ski resorts.

Ingredients
1 cup apple juice

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Enjoy the benefits of Organic Curry Leaves!

There are multiple benefits to using Curry Leaves. They have anti-inflammatory properties, improve digestive function, protect the liver, are high in antioxidants, and anti-diabetic. They work to level blood sugar in the body and assist in reducing increased lipids, acting as a weight regulator.

Curry leaves are particularly useful in treating irritable bowel syndrome. A great remedy or IBS

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