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This classical ayurvedic formulation is your digestive system’s best friend. Three rejuvenative herbs work in harmony to help balance your digestion on days when you need extra TLC.
This tea comes as tea powder in an eco-compostable pouch. Enjoy it as a tea or sprinkle it on your food.
Net weight: 30g/1.06oz
organic amalaki (Indian gooseberry/emblica officinalis), organic bibhitaki (beleric myrobalan/terminalia bellirica), organic haritaki (black myrobalan/terminalia chebula)
Daily serving size:
Give this blend a stir. Steep ¼ - ½ teaspoon in 8 - 12oz of hot water for 5 - 10 minutes, strain, let it cool down and enjoy.
More about this item:
Caffeine free. Triphala means "3 fruits" in Sanskrit because that's what this tea is: the balanced blend of 3 fruits. An ancient ayurvedic remedy for digestion, it's often described as a mild laxative.
I love this tea. It's an acquired taste because it has 5 of the 6 tastes, several of which we don't include in our daily diet. It's sour, sweet, pungent, bitter and astringent at the same time. The only taste that's missing is salty.
Ayurveda doesn't count calories, it counts tastes. A balanced diet means the existence of all 6 tastes in your meals. Well, this takes care of 5 of them.
If you’re still getting used to the taste, you may add a hint of honey. Honey at 104 Fahrenheit, or 40 Celsius is believed to create “ama” in the body. “Ama” is the Sanskrit word for undigested or improperly digested food particles. In the Western world, "ama" very loosely translates to toxins. So wait to add honey until your tea has cooled down a bit.
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