Ayurvedic Tea with Neem. The neem tree is sometimes referred to as the “Village Pharmacy” because of its healthful properties.
NEEM TEA AYURVEDIC
Refreshing and beneficial
From a wellness perspective, drinking NEEM TEA has benefits, but add to it herbs commonly used in Ayurvedic formulations Makes our Ayurvedic Tea with Neem nearly “anti” everything: antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic.
Neem contains carotene, vitamin C, potassium, calcium, phosphorous, sodium, thiamine, and several other chemical compounds. Neem tea is believed to stimulate the immune system, improve liver function, promote circulation, digestive, and respiratory health, and detoxify the blood.
As a result, it is purported to be useful for helping ease the symptoms of pneumonia, malaria, heart disease, fever, shingles, herpes, sore throats, thrush, hypertension, ulcers, gout, arthritis, food poisoning, colds, parasites, and bladder issues.
In India, neem is traditionally consumed on a daily basis to prevent many of the above conditions. A strong tea made with neem can also be used externally to treat sprains, swollen glands, bites, stings, and infected wounds. Read this great article on linkedin on Neem
AYURVEDIC NEEM TEA Boiled Neem Leaves are drunk to treat a variety of health conditions; people felt it was difficult to drink as Neem is bitter. We commissioned Ayurvedic consultants in India to formulate an Ayurvedic Neem Tea.
Our new Ayurvedic Neem Tea is packed with nutrients, so it is not just refreshing but also with health benefits. This is an exclusive formulation for the Neem People by Ayurvedic consultants in India.Neem Tea
- Add 1 teaspoonful Tea mixture to a jug of recently boiled water – approx. 500ml
- Steep for 4 minutes, stirring a couple of times
- Strain into 2 cups
- Drink it hot or cold, without milk.
- You may make it stronger or weaker, according to taste
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