Discover the wonderful world of Ayurvedic teas for your well-being

The most popular Ayurvedic teas such as Vata, Pitta, Kapha can be found here in our online shop in bulk packs of 1.5 kg per pack.

Preparation & Storage of Ayurvedic Tea

The preparation is the same for all three dosha – variants: Put 2 teaspoons of the selected mixture together with half a litre of boiling water into the teapot and let it steep for about seven to nine minutes. It is advisable to pour the tea into a thermos flask afterwards, because Ayurveda always needs a certain amount of warmth to develop its aroma and it is also great to drink with food. Additives are not absolutely necessary, as the teas have a pleasant flavour of their own and are neither bitter nor tart. The preparation in short form:

  • 2 teaspoons per half litre
  • Soak for 7-9 minutes

Storage is not very complicated either, as always avoid light and moisture. The tea is best stored in a sealable tin to preserve its flavour and expressive note.

Did you know?

As one of the oldest wisdom teachings of all, Ayurveda, the philosophy of India, is a holistic way of life that is primarily dedicated to the healthy balance of soul, mind and body. The human being is divided into the different doshas, which then also form the template for the popular teas. Vata, Pitta and Kapha are the names of the different types and the teachings focus on healing, delicious herbs and spices that are both tasty and beneficial to health.

Vata, Pitta and Kapha Effect - The wisdom of 5000 years in a cup of tea


Every dosha benefits from Ayurvedic tea and for every mental and physical condition there is a suitable drink. Ätheric &Oils are very easily absorbed by the body and quickly unfold their effect, whereby neither caffeine nor teein are contained and even very sensitive people have no problems with these beneficial drinks.

Pitta has a calming effect, keeps the body cool and can be enjoyed especially on very hot days. Those who are often irritated and stressed can find a wonderful balance with this tea. Mild herbs such as hibiscus, mint, cardamom and cinnamon are contained here and have a relaxing effect on organs and soul.

Vata, on the other hand, contains spicy and harmonious tasting herbs that can also be hot and therefore strengthen the nerves and the entire organism. That is why hawthorn, ginger, lemongrass or lavender are found in the ingredients. This supports a balanced lifestyle and helps to cope with strenuous tasks.

The Kapha, on the other hand, is primarily intended to invigorate. Pungent, activating spices and ingredients such as eucalyptus, redcurrant, chicory and saffron help to revitalise the organism, boost the metabolism and effectively combat fatigue and tiredness.

Customer service

If you have any questions about our Ayurveda teas, need more information about the sales process or would like to give us feedback, one of our staff members will be happy to assist you.

Service hotline: 0172/ 9149105.



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