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Inner Balance follows an old Indian recipe for the targeted promotion of inner harmony and balance. The aromatic mixture of seven natural ingredients has both calming and nourishing effects on mind and body. In terms of taste, the recipe comes up with an overall warm and spicy aroma with a slight sweetness and floral notes. Cinnamon and ginger create a bold and spicy base, while the other ingredients add subtle layers of sweetness and complexity.
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Inner Balance Ayurvedic Herbal Blend
Inner Balance follows an old Indian recipe for the targeted promotion of inner harmony and balance. At this, the aromatic blend of seven natural ingredients has both a calming and nourishing effect on mind and body. The heart of the composition is cinnamon, a warming spice that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to promote blood circulation and support healthy digestion. In addition, Ginger, another powerful Ayurvedic ingredient known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, adds a special spicy kick to the blend.
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Stinging nettle leaves, a fundamental ingredient in traditional herbal medicine, reknownedly support healthy kidney function, cleanse and promote detoxification. Cloves, on the other hand, with their rich, warm aroma allegedly have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. In addition, sweet blackberry leaves provide a subtle sweetness in taste and are also considered a natural source of antioxidants. Then, cardamom seeds, with their distinct floral flavor, commonly find use in Ayurveda to support healthy digestion and respiratory function. Finally, white peppercorns, believed to possess antibacterial and antioxidant properties, add a subtle spiciness to the blend’s overall flavor.
Together, these carefully selected ingredients create a flavorful and aromatic blend that is both refreshing and soothing. This makes Inner Balance the perfect choice for promoting mental clarity and overall physical well-being. Tastewise, the recipe comes up with an overall warm and spicy aroma with a slight sweetness and floral notes. At this, cinnamon and ginger create a bold and spicy base, while the other ingredients add subtle layers of sweetness and complexity.
Inner Balance – Preparation
To prepare, first pour 4-5 teaspoons of the blend in a suitable container with 1L of boiling hot water. Then allow to stand for 5-10 minutes, depending on the desired intensity of taste. And ready is your delicious Ayurvedic tea!
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is a traditional system of folk medicine that originated in India thousands of years ago. It builds on the belief that health and well-being depend on a delicate balance between body, mind and spirit. At this, the earliest written records of Ayurvedic principles and practices are in the Vedas, a collection of ancient texts from pre-Christian times. The “Charaka Samhita” and “Sushruta Samhita“, considered to be the basic texts of Ayurveda, were written around 600 or 400 BC. Since then, Ayurveda has been continuously practiced and developed in India. At the same time, it has also influenced the development of traditional medicine systems in other parts of the world. Accordingly, Ayurveda is one of the oldest folk medicine teachings. which is still widely used in modern times.
What is Ayurvedic Teas?
Ayurvedic teas are a form of herbal tea blends finding use in Ayurveda to promote physical and mental balance. These teas consist of a combination of herbs, spices and other natural ingredients whose medicinal properties are believed to contribute to overall health and wellness. In addition, the individual herbal formulations in Ayurveda also serve he targeted treatment of health issues such as digestion, stress or sleep. At this, Ayurvedic teas are generally considered safe and beneficial to health. Still, it’s always best to consult a doctor before trying new herbs and compounds. This especially applies to people with known health problems such as high blood pressure.
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