Indian Spice Tea Blend
Indian Spice Tea Blend
commonly known as Chai Tea
is a blend of cinnamon, fennel, anise, cardamom, cloves, and peppercorn. This recipe of herbs and spices, developed thousands of years ago by yogis in India, supports the nervous system while it energizes and cleanses the body. Classic Indian Spice Tea
will renew and relax you with its delightful flavor and soothing warmth.
The thick, rich fragrance of Indian Spice Tea's
timeless blend of herbs and spices can instantly transport you to the beautiful Himalayas. A delicate balance of Organic Cinnamon
, Organic Cardamom Seed
and Organic Clove Bud
is at the heart of this desirable drink.
Our Indian Spice Tea
is a refreshing, invigorating drink that can also reduces the risk of Chronic Liver Diseases (CLD) if consumed regularly.
This tea can be enjoyed hot or cold, any time of day or night.
The benefits of each herb:
- Cinnamon- Warming, stimulant, antispasmodic, antiseptic, antiviral
- Fennel- Relieves gas and bloating, stomach pain, stimulates appetite, diuretic, anti-inflammatory properties
- Ginger- Circulartory stimulant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, inhibits cough
- Anise- Digestive aid, suppresses coughs, relieves toothache, menstral pain
- Cardamom- Eases stomach pain, antispasmodic, urinary tonic
- Cloves- Antiseptic, stimulant, prevents vomiting, eliminates parasites
- Peppercorn- Believed to help constipation, diarrhea, earache, gangrene, heart disease, hernia, hoarseness, indigestion, oral abscesses, tooth decay, and toothaches
1. Bring fresh water to a boil.
2. Add tealeaves to a teapot, fill-your-own teabag or infuser basket. Use 1 to 2 teaspoons (adjust to taste) per cup (8 oz) of water. TEA SACHET: Place tea sachet(s) in teapot or cup. Each sachet brews 1 to 2 cups (8-16 oz) of tea.
3. Pour boiling water over herbal tea. Allow water to cool slightly before brewing Green Tea, White Tea and Mate. Cover.
4. Steep leaves for approximately 5 min. Do not over steep or tea may become bitter.
5. Remove tea sachet, bag or infuser from water or strain leaves. ENJOY!
To make an iced tea, follow the steps above then allow tea to completely cool. Add ice, and you can even garnish with fresh fruit or herbal plant leaves.
Brewing loose-leaf tea is as simple as brewing a teabag, only instead of a teabag, use an infuser or Fill-Your-Own teabag to keep the leaves out of your cup. You will be rewarded with a much higher quality, better tasting, and healthier brew.
All tea blends come in resealable ziplock bags containing 4oz. of fresh tea.