Organic Ashwagandha Indian Ginseng Herbal Tea
Crafted from the Indian root, Ashwagandha Tea has an ancient history, and plays a prominent role for many on their healing journeys. Adaptogens are unique plants or herbs that support your adrenal system. They help balance your hormones, so you can manage your stress response on a day to day basis. They adapt to what your body needs and have the ability to regulate your system up or down depending on the need in the moment. Adaptogens like Ashwagandha help you cope with common symptoms of living in the modern world, including fatigue, impotence, and infertility. In other words, adaptogens make you more resilient in all facets of life, giving you energy, focus, strength and a better overall mood.
Ashwagandha Tea Health Benefits
- A known adaptogen
- Contains anti-stress agents
- Also known as Indian Ginseng
- 18 Bleach Free Tea Bags / Box
- Use 1 teabag per cup of boiling water.
- Cover and steep for 3 to 5 minutes
- Remove tea bag and enjoy!
We bet you wouldn’t drink a tea named poison gooseberry would you? However, we’re pretty sure that the common, important Ayruvedic herb Ashwagandha (one of its other names) might lure you to the kitchen to brew a cup. Especially if you knew its healing history, current popularity, and rich, nourishing flavor.
What Exactly is Ashwagandha?
Ashwagandha is a native Indian 5,000 year old short, perennial shrub, whose Latin name (Withania somnifera) translates to “sleep-inducing.” Aptly, this pungent tasting herb is often prescribed to calm the nerves. It’s a known adaptogen, which means it’s really good for helping the body adapt to stress. Traditionally, ashwagandha has been used when children fail to thrive, or the elderly become weak and debilitated. A plethora of physical conditions find relief with ashwahandha, and that’s why it’s so often incorporated into a variety of health regimens.
What Does Ashwagandha Taste Like?
Made using a single tea bag per eight ounces 205° F water, and steeped from 3-6 minutes, you’ll find that Buddha Teas Ashwagandha Tea tastes quite earthy, somewhat pungent, and slightly creamy, due to the powdery nature of the herb. Some like to add a bit of sweetener, such as honey or maple syrup. You can also add a complimentary tea to your cup of Ashwagandha Tea, such as Anise Seed Tea, or even Chai Tea. Experiment! With so many health benefits hidden in this tea, you’ve got every reason to drink Ashwagandha Tea regularly, and creatively.
Buy Ashwagandha Tea
For a natural herbal tea, look no further than our Ashwagandha Tea. This tea is crafted from the highest quality Indian ashwagandha root powder, certified organic, and free of any additives and flavoring. Give it a try for yourself today!
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