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Himalayan Masala Green Tea
Himalayan Masala Green Tea
Rs. 350.00

Himalayan Masala Green Tea

Himalayan Masala Green Tea

Our Himalayan Masala Green Tea is our unique twist on the typical Masala Chai which is made using black tea. Blending our Kangra green tea with an aromatic blend of spices including cardamom, ginger, cloves, cinnamon, and black pepper, our Masala Green Tea combines the health benefits of each of those individual spices. 

Ingredients:

Green Tea, cardamom, ginger, cloves, cinnamon & black pepper

Potential Health Benefits:

Green tea itself is rich in powerful anti-oxidants and catechins that protect skin cells, lower LDL (bad) cholesterol, boost metabolism, and enhance working memory. Adding the various spices and herbs means that the masala green tea helps improve digestion as well as fight nausea and heartburn. It also serves as a detoxification agent while at the same time helping lower blood sugar levels and prevent muscle pain.

Cardamom is a beautifully aromatic and refreshing spice, with sattvic qualities that help to sharpen and refresh the mind, and normalize the energy flows within your body. It is a gentle yet effective digestive stimulant in addition to having diuretic properties. A spice native to Kerala, cardamom also helps stimulate circulation, induce sound sleep, stimulate the appetite, and freshen your breath.   

Cinnamon, an aromatic, sweet spice, is found in most kitchens around the world. It helps warm the body, promote digestion, absorption and metabolism. Cinnamon is also loaded with antioxidants and also has anti-inflammatory properties. In addition to being an expectorant for treating sinus, chest congestions or common cold, cinnamon is also excellent for improving resistance to stress, fatigue and anxiety.

Clove is an aromatic and stimulating spice, with significant positive effects on our digestive and respiratory systems. It helps to improve or reignite dull appetite, and is also effective for treating slow digestion or indigestion. As an expectorant, it also helps in coughs and colds by removing the phlegm in the lungs and stomach. It has antimicrobial properties, and also serves as a powerful analgesic for toothaches. 


Brewing Instructions:

  1. Scoop one teaspoon (~2gm) of Masala Green Tea into the infuser for one cup.
  2. Pour in freshly boiled water (ideally at 180°F)
  3. Let it brew for 3-4 min. Stay close to this steep time for optimal flavor.
  4. Pour through a strainer and savour the aroma and flavor of this classic tea.
  5. Use again and again, you can steep this tea 2-3 times 

 

 

Savor a cup of this medium caffeine delicacy at any time in the day.

 

ABOUT THE INGREDIENTS

Kangra Green Tea

Kangra Green Tea

Kangra Green Tea has especially high concentrations of catechins and polyphenols like EGCG and EGC that act as potent anti-oxidants that prevent cellular damage caused by free radicals in our bodies. Though catechins have been found in other plants derivatives such as grapes and pomegranates, those found in tea have proven to be the most effective antioxidants known. Additionally, research suggests that catechins like EGCG may reduce inflammation, aid in weight loss, prevent certain chronic conditions related to heart and brain health, and have strong anti-microbial action.

Cardamom

Cardamom is a beautifully aromatic and refreshing spice, with sattvic qualities that help to sharpen and refresh the mind, and normalize the energy flows within your body. It is a gentle yet effective digestive stimulant in addition to having diuretic properties. A spice native to Kerala, cardamom also helps stimulate circulation, induce sound sleep, stimulate the appetite, and freshen your breath.  Cardamom is known to lower blood pressure and aids in weight loss because of its diuretic properties. Antioxidants in cardamom protect cells from damage and prevent inflammation in your body. Because of its aroma and flavour, digestive properties and various health benefits, cardamom is a mainstay for many of our spice blends as well as Ayurvedic wellness teas such as Ayurvedic Morning Blend, Cardamom Green Tea, Masala Chai (Himalayan Thunderstorm), Heart Healthy Tea, Masala Green Tea, Maharaja Oolong Tea, Saffron Cardamom Green Tea, Shatavari Rasayana (Women's Wellness Blend), The Breathe Better Blend, The Trijata (Three Aromatics) Blend, and the Winter Christmas Tea.  

Cinnamon

Cinnamon, an aromatic, sweet spice, is found in most kitchens around the world. It helps warm the body, promote digestion, absorption and metabolism. An ancient herb, known to us for many centuries, cinnamon is a delicious spice which is used for flavouring cooking and baking. Cinnamon is also loaded with antioxidants, such as polyphenols which protect the body, and also have anti-inflammatory properties. As an expectorant for treating sinus, chest congestions or common cold, cinnamon is an essential ingredient in many warming teas. As a sattvic spice, it is also excellent for improving resistance to stress, fatigue and low spirits, tension and anxiety, and headaches and toothaches, making it almost a universal panacea. Cinnamon enhances the effectiveness of insulin, thus helping lower blood sugar levels and improving diabetes - related conditions. Rich in magnesium, cinnamon is especially useful for women as it also helps maintain bone density and hormone balance, and is often helpful for conditions pertaining to PMS, irregular or heavy and painful periods. It is found in many of our wellness teas such as our Kashmiri KahwaMasala Chai (Himalayan Thunderstorm)Masala Green TeaMaharaja Oolong TeaThe Breathe Better BlendThe Trijata (Three Aromatics) Blend, and the Seasonal Immunity Blend. In addition, it is also used in our dessert teas and Christmas-focused tea blends such as the Cinnamon Chocolate Blend, The Christmas Blend, The Nutcracker Blend, The Apfel Strudle, and the Winter Christmas Tea.  

 

Cloves

Clove

Clove is an aromatic and stimulating spice, with significant positive effects on our digestive and respiratory systems. It helps to improve or reignite dull appetite, and is also effective for treating slow digestion or indigestion. As a hot, pungent spice, it promotes the digestion of heavy foods. As an expectorant, it also helps in coughs and colds by removing the phlegm in the lungs and stomach. As a result, it finds an important place in various home remedies for colds and coughs as well as in ayurvedic kadha formulations. Cloves are high in antioxidants, including eugenol and vitamin C, both of which can help reduce oxidative stress. It has antimicrobial properties, and also serves as a powerful analgesic for toothaches. It is found in many of our wellness teas such as our Kashmiri KahwaMasala Chai (Himalayan Thunderstorm)Masala Green TeaMaharaja Oolong TeaThe Trijata (Three Aromatics) Blend, and The Christmas Blend 

 

 

Ginger

Ginger

Widely regarded as the healing spice of Ayurveda, Ginger is a commonly used ingredient in Indian households. It is also known by the name vishwabheshaja. Ginger’s resourcefulness is well described in ancient Ayurvedic texts, international cuisine, and a wide assortment of home remedies.Not only has it been scientifically confirmed to help in digestion, ginger has also exhibited anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, and antioxidant properties. Dharmsala teas with ginger include Himalayan Ginger Green TeaHimalayan Lemongrass Ginger TeaAyurvedic Detox Blend Teabags - Tulsi Ginger Green TeaValley of Herbs Tisane TeabagsThe Yogi Morning BlendThe Winter Sun TisaneThe Breathe Better BlendThe Trikatu BlendSeasonal Immunity BlendHimalayan Masala Green TeaHimalayan Thunderstorm - Masala Tea, and the Ayurvedic Morning Blend Green Tea.

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