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         Relax and Rejuvenate

  • Himalayan Chamomile:
    Grown in the high altitude of the Himalaya, chamomile has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for its health, cosmetic and nutritional benefits.
    Our Pure Chamomile Herbal Infusion can soothe the stomach, act as a muscle relaxant and is a well-known sleep aid that promotes restful sleep.
    It is known to boost immune function and improve the body’s ability to fight off infections.
    A paste of brewed chamomile tea and cornmeal can be applied on the skin to calm inflamed and sensitive areas.Herbs have been used for centuries to treat a variety of illnesses, and herbal infusions are a great way to enjoy the benefits of various medicinal plants and herbs.Herbal infusions are made from mixtures of dried leaves, stems, grasses, barks, fruits and flowers that give them their taste and provide the benefits of herbal teas. Unlike black teas, herbal infusions are caffeine free and offer many health benefits, depending on the various ingredients used. The infusions are brewed in the same way as tea; however, they taste better without milk though adding Ayurvedic sugar (Gur Shakker) or Khandsari can enhance the taste. Our herbal infusions are made from wild harvested and organically grown herbs.INGREDIENTS:

    Himalayan Chamomile (25 gram)

    The use of herbs is a time-honored approach to strengthening the body and treating disease. Please note that  herbs can trigger side effects, and can interact with other herbs, supplements, or medications, so please consult your health care provider if on any medication

  • Nettle TulsiHIMALAYAN NETTLE TULSI HERBAL INFUSIONA unique, tasty and powerful combination of two Himalayan herbs, rich in anti-oxidants, the Himalayan Nettle Tulsi Infusion is a great way of boosting the immune system and keeping healthy.Still relatively unknown in India, except for the Himalayan area, we believe that Himalayan Nettle will soon become a popular herbal tea due to its amazing beneficial properties.Herbs have been used for centuries to treat a variety of illnesses, and herbal infusions are a great way to enjoy the benefits of various medicinal plants and herbs.

    Herbal infusions are made from mixtures of dried leaves, stems, grasses, barks, fruits and flowers that give them their taste and provide the benefits of herbal teas. Unlike black teas, herbal infusions are caffeine free and offer many health benefits, depending on the various ingredients used. The infusions are brewed in the same way as tea; however, they taste better without milk though adding Ayurvedic sugar (GurShakker) or Khandsari can enhance the taste. Our herbal infusions are made from wild harvested and organically grown herbs.

    The use of herbs is a time-honored approach to strengthening the body and treating disease. Please note that herbs can trigger side effects, and can interact with other herbs, supplements, or medications, so please consult your health care provider if on any medication

    Instruction for use: bring water to boil, pour over herbs or tea bag, allow to steep for 5 minutes or according to taste. Cover with lid to preserve the delicate essential oils of the infusion.

    Click link to our page on “NETTLE THE MIRACLE PLANT OF THE HIMALAYA” for further reference.

    Here is a link to a very instructive and detailed video on “STINGING NETTLE, A NUTRITIVE HERB AND ENERGIZING TEA”

    INGREDIENTS:

    Himalayan Nettle, Himalayan Tulsi.

    Comes in an attractive 50 gram loose packing and in a tea bag box with 14 individually packed sachets.

  • Forest HoneyIs a delicious, cold-filtered raw honey collected from small scale bee keepers in the forests of Uttarakhand.
    For centuries, forest honey has been consumed, traded and used as a food and medicine.An organic natural sugar, honey has been used worldwide for thousands of years. In India, Ayurvedic and Unani medicines have been using honey as a vital medicine for various ailments. In ancient Egypt honeycombs were preserved and buried in the tombs of the pharaohs.Like all foods, the health benefits of honey depends on the quality of the plants and environment from which the pollen, saps, nectars and resins are gathered. If the environment is polluted, traces of heavy metals, pesticides, and antibiotics can appear in the end product. Raw, unprocessed honey contains the widest variety of health-supportive substances.Our honey gathered from the forests of Kumaon is unprocessed and cold filtered. Pure honey that is stored in cold temperatures tends to crystallize, and will darken and change flavour if stored in warmer temperatures.

    Honey is unique in that no two honeys taste exactly the same as the taste depends on the region in which the bees pollinated. Pure honey has no additives and if stored correctly will have an almost indefinite shelf life.

    A healthy and excellent sweetener, honey can be used in many different ways

    Please note that pure honey will crystallize at low temperatures

    Honey is best stored in an airtight container so no moisture is absorbed from the air. (250 gram glass jar)

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