Introducing the ROOT CHAI DIY KIT a healing and delicious take on the traditional Fall time classic Chai.
The spices in this recipe add a gentle heat that stimulates both digestion and circulation.
This root chai will help you stay toasty and healthy during the cold months.
The Root Chai DIY Includes:
- NEW! Pu-erh
- Ginger Root
- Orange Peel
- Burdock Root
- Dandelion Root
- Astragalus Root
- FREE Clove Buds
- Recipe & Instructional Guide
lower cholesterol, improve mental focus, suppresses the synthesis of fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamin C
This type of tea is aged and naturally fermented and has been revered in traditional tea societies in Asia for centuries thanks to its high concentration of polyphenols, catechins and flavonoids. Pu-erh tea is the most oxidized type of tea and just like fine wine, this tea leaf gets better with time and results in a mellow flavor the longer it's aged.
The antioxidants and polyphenols in pu-erh teas also aid in digestion and fat breakdown. Studies have shown that pu-erh tea can help you lose weight when combined with a healthy diet and exercise. Pu-erh tea suppresses the synthesis of fatty acids, which can help your body stop producing higher levels of fat.
While pu-erh tea contains caffeine, that doesn't mean it'll make you wired or jittery. In fact, pu-erh tea can help to reduce stress and its inflammatory properties aid in relaxation when experiencing minor aches and pains.
Pu-erh tea is fermented, meaning it has higher concentrations of antioxidants and Vitamin C than non-fermented teas which help prevent illnesses such as the common cold and flu. Since pu-erh tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, it also has more antioxidants and disease-fighting catechins than herbal teas.
Aides with: high cholesterol, parasitic infections, inflammation, viruses, indigestion, nausea and vomiting
Ginger is an effective and universal remedy for inflammation and pain. The German Commission E has approved it for loss of appetite, travel sickness, and indigestion related complaints. Ginger contains a chemical called zingibain, which dissolves parasites and their eggs.
breaks down congestion, cleanse the lungs, boosts immunity, lowers blood cholesterol and blood pressure levels, prevents lung infections, regulates blood sugar levels
Orange peels are rich in fiber, vitamins, and disease-fighting polyphenols. They also contain limonene, a chemical that may protect against skin cancer.
Orange peels are rich in several nutrients, including fiber, vitamin C, and plant compounds like polyphenols. In fact, just 1 tablespoon (6 grams) of orange peel provides nearly 3 times more than the inner fruit. The same serving also packs about 4 times more fiber.
Aides with: Skin conditions, Gastrointestinal conditions, Bacterial, Viral, and Fungal infections, Diabetes, Blood Purifying, Strengthens Lymphatic System
Burdock root has been used for centuries in holistic medicine to treat a variety of different conditions. Traditionally, it’s been most commonly used as a diuretic and a digestive aid.
Aides with: liver problems and gallstones, kidney and bladder infections, indigestion and constipation
Dandelion root is a rich source of beta-carotene and potassium. According to folk medicine, dandelion was used for disturbances in bile flow, inflammatory conditions of the urinary tract, and dyspepsia. It was also used for liver and gallbladder disorders, hemorrhoids, gout, rheumatic disorders, eczema, and other skin conditions. The herb has a diuretic effect and is used for bladder and kidney complaints.
Aides with: common cold, diabetes, infertility, liver, and GI tract, heart disease
Astragalus root (Astragalus membranaceus) is used in herbal medicine for its long, thin diagonal sections. Astragalus has the unusual ability to stimulate certain immune functions while depressing others. It is an overall body tonic that is used to strengthen digestion, increase metabolic activity, and stimulate the immune system.
FREE Clove Buds
Cloves are best known as a sweet and aromatic spice, but they have also been used in traditional medicine. Cloves are high in antioxidants, including eugenol, which can help reduce oxidative stress. Studies show that cloves may promote oral health, thanks to their antimicrobial properties, which may help kill harmful bacteria. It is also known to protect the liver.
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