Ayurveda (‘science of life’) is a system of traditional medicine native to India,
and practiced in other parts of the world as a form of alternative medicine. Evolving throughout its history, Ayurveda remains an influential system of medicine in South Asia. It is the art of holistic living and the oldest (5000 years old) medicine system in practice today.
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The tea is suitable as an energy injection as well as an anti-stress tea. It has beneficial effects on potency. In Tea Garden we serve it with lemon and honey. Ingredients: fennel, cloves, cardamom, malt root, cinnamon, ginger, mint, sage, anise, black pepper, lemon and orange peel.
Chamomile is known more as a medicinal tea with a pleasant taste. It provides significant relief for health problems such as indigestion, hyperacidity, travel sickness, cramps, inflamed skin, even poor sleep. Chamomile relieves inflammation, acidity and cramps and encourages healing. A regular cup of tea is very helpful in inflammatory conditions such as gastritis, Crohn’s disease and colitis.
Hibiscus It has beautiful bright red flowers, from which hibiscus tea is prepared by infusion. In Egypt you can find it under the name karkadé and in Mexico for example as rosa de Jamaica.
It has a typical sour taste, which can be easily suppressed just by adding honey or some sweet fruit.
Hibiscus is undoubtedly beneficial to health, but it is still not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women and people with low blood pressure.
Ingredients: Tulsi, Rooibos green, pieces of ginger, cinnamon, iron, chamomile, lavender, rose buds, natural aroma. A perfect herbal mixture to please the body and mind. A great companion for a time of relaxation and rest. Very popular before bedtime. Once you taste it, it will remain your companion forever. In the Tea Garden we serve it with lemon and honey.
Lapacho – Inca tea – the bark of the South American tree has many positive health effects – it has a strengthening effect on the internal organs of the body, it cleanses the body and significantly increases the body’s immunity. Its health effects were discovered by the ancient Incas.
Although there is no doubt that lapacho is very toxic to many species of viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites and other species of microorganisms, it appears to be free of any significant toxicity to healthy human cells. Side effects usually occur with isolated components from the Lapacho tree and are limited to nausea and anticoagulant effects and diarrhea, and only in high doses. However, some nausea should be expected as a natural consequence of the detoxification process.
A great soothing tea that directs the vital energy of women in the right direction. In the Tea Garden we serve it with hot almond milk and honey. Ingredients: cinnamon, orange peel, cloves, ginger, cardamom, sweet root, fennel, archangelic, swine’s snout, black pepper.