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Ginger Tea

Supports Immune Functions

Introduction :

The spicy, invigorating Ginger Tea is extremely useful in indigestion, nausea, motion sickness, and efficiently wards off cold, headache, flu, sore throat and malaise. This remarkably calming and refreshing beverage endows numerous health benefits as it soothes the nerves, allays pain and swelling of joints, and significantly relaxes tired, sore and fatigued muscles.

This revitalizing beverage effectively strengthens immunity and endows a soothing and warming relief in cool, damp and breezy weather conditions.Ginger Tea is extremely useful in Primary Dysmenorrhea as well.

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Ginger (Zingiberofficinale)

Potent Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory1 and Antimicrobial Herb; Alleviates pain and swelling of Inflamed Joints, and promotes mobility; Significant Anti-emetic activity; Efficiently allays Headache and Malaise; Supports Liver Functions; Promotes Digestion and Metabolism; Significantly reduces intensity and duration of Pain in Primary Dysmenorrhea1

Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhizaglabra)

Significant antimicrobial action; Useful in Sore throat, Cough3, Respiratory Tract Infections, and Liver Dysfunction

Ela (Elettariacardamomum)

Adds flavour and Aroma; Alleviates Nausea, Motion Sickness and Indigestion; Endows a Soothing and Calming Relief owing to its Aromatherapeutic action

Tulasi (Ocimum sanctum)

Boosts immunity4; Checks common Respiratory Pathogens; Prevents Cold and Flu

Kali Mirch (Piper nigrum)

Promotes Digestion; Enhances the bio-availability of other herbal actives

Saunf (Foeniculumvulagre)

Potent Antioxidant that endows a natural sweet flavour and aroma to the Herbal Tea; Alleviates Sore throat &Heartburn; Improves appetite and digestion; Useful in Primary Dysmenorrhea as well.

Indications :

  • Nausea, Motion Sickness and Vomiting
  • Cough and Cold, Chest Congestion, Running Nose, Headache, Malaise and Flu
  • Lowered Immunity with frequent bouts of Cold, Cough, Flu and other Viral Infections
  • Pain and Swelling in Joints (Arthritis), Muscles, Tendons and / or Ligaments
  • Impaired Digestion and Anorexia (Loss of Appetite)
  • Useful as an adjuvant in Liver Dysfunction
  • Primary Dysmenorrhea

Dosage


A soothing warm cup of Ginger Tea 2 – 3 times a day.
 

Method of Preparation

Immerse the Tea Bag in a cup of boiling water. Cover it and let it stand for 2 to 3 minutes. Sip it warm.

Presentation

Each Tea Bag contains 2 g of the therapeutic Herbal Mixture. A single pack contains 20 such Tea Bags.

References:

  • Li F, Nitteranon V, et al. In vitro antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of 1-dehydro-[6]-gingerdione, 6-shogaol, 6-dehydroshogaol and hexahydrocurumin. Food Chemistry. 2012; 135(2): 332-7.
  • Rahnama P, Montazeri A, et al. Effect of Zingiberofficinale R. rhizomes (ginger) on pain relief in primary dysmenorrhea: a placebo randomized trial. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2012; 12(1):92
  • Saha S, Ghosh D, et al. Structural features and in vivo antitussive activity of the water extracted polymer from Glycyrrhizaglabra. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 2011; 48(4):634-8.
  • Mondal S, Varma S, et al. Double-blinded randomized control trial for immunomodulatory effect of Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum Linn.) leaf extract on healthy volunteers. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 2011; 136(3):452-6.
  • NamavarJahromi B, Tartifizadeh A, et al. Comparison of Fennel and Mefenamic Acid for the treatment of Primary Dysmenorrhea. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. 2003; 80(2): 153-7.
     

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