According to the millennial Indian Ayurvedic books, the human mind and body are a combination of 5 elements:
Herbal teas from Aricha Organics are a harmonious balance between organic herbs and spices. These grow in secluded mountains and forests, giving a pure and natural enjoyment and effect.
According to ancient Indian Ayurvedic texts, the individual human being lives in vitality and good condition when it finds balance between the 3 doshas. These tri-doshale bio-herbal teas contain ginger for the three Doshas: Kapha, Pitta and Vata.
Vata is controlled with the addition of cinnamon, licorice and cloves. Pitta needs cinnamon, cilantro and mint. Kapha gets equilibrium with ginger.
As per ancient Indian Ayurveda texts, our mind and body is a combination of five elements. Air & Ether element combination corresponds to a thin, lively and energetic personality bordering on extremities of enthusiasm to exhaustion. It contains harmonious balance of plants and spices grown in remote areas away from pollution to give pure experience of nature. The licorice brings its sweet notes whilst the cinnamon and the ginger warms the body to give calming effect.
ARICHA “Air Balance” calms & helps balance to reconnect with quiet within.
As per ancient Indian Ayurveda texts, our mind and body is a combination of five elements. Water & Earth element combination corresponds to a slow, relaxed, quiet strength almost bordering on laziness. It contains harmonious balance of plants and spices grown in remote areas away from pollution to give pure experience of nature. The cardamom and clove brings its warmth whilst the turmeric, black pepper and the ginger stimulate the body to give energizing effect.
ARICHA “Earth Balance” stimulates creativity and new experiences.
As per ancient Indian Ayurveda texts, our mind and body is a combination of five elements. Water & Air element combination corresponds to a fiery and combative spirit, very sensitive to beauty. It contains harmonious balance of plants and spices grown in remote areas away from pollution to give pure experience of nature. The coriander and fennel brings their refreshing quality whilst the turmeric, black pepper and the ginger stimulate the body to give energizing effect.
ARICHA “Fire Balance” infuses coolness to soothe the inner fire.
As per ancient Indian Ayurveda texts, our mind and body is a combination of five elements. Our metabolism is determines our ability to digest and assimilate food to convert to energy. Slowing down of metabolism hinders fat metabolism.Slimming contains harmonious balance of plants and spices grown in remote areas away from pollution to give pure experience of nature. The Triphala and Trikatu support detox mechanism whilst the Fenugreek helps in energy release thereby stimulate the body to give energizing effect.
ARICHA “Slimming Balance” infuses energy by stimulating inner fire.
Adaptogens are used in stress and energy treatment, but what are adaptogens?
Adaptogens are the term for a group of herbs that can strengthen and help you and your body to more energy, less stress and greater balance. Thus, in the coming years we can expect to find lots of adaptogenic herbs added to the food of the future. "Adapt" referes to the literal ability to adapt, and adaptogens help the body's internal biochemistry to adapt, so that both the immune system, hormone balance and energy production are strengthened and balanced.
The genius of the adaptogenic herbs is that they are able to stimulate and inhibit bodily functions, respectively, depending on the needs at the given time.
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal), is also known commonly as Indian ginseng, winter cherry. It has been used as a medicinal herb in traditional Indian medical system Ayurveda for more than 3000 years, and now is sold in many countries as a dietary supplement. In Ayurveda, ashwagandha is known to be nourishing, and increase strength, enhance sexual desire and performance, also good for sperm production in the body. 
In modern medical system, ashwagandha is also reported to have effects on various mental issues, as well as male infertility, muscle strength and recovery, etc. 
Bioactive components in ashwagandha:
Root is the most active and commonly used part of ashwagandha, and is usually made into powder for easy use. The main bioactive components in the root are called withanolides, and most of the medicinal property of ashwagandha are due to 2 main withanolides, withaferine A and withanolide D. In addition, the roots also contain other bioactive components like steroids, volatile oil, glycosides, etc., as well as many free amino acids, including tyrosine, alanine, proline, tryptophan, glutamic acid, aspartic acid, glycine, and cystine .
Ashwagandha is generally safe for most people, and pre-clinical chronic toxicity studies conducted up to 8 months found ashwagandha root extracts to be safe. However, mild and transient adverse effects may still happen .
Although the root extracts are more effective than crude ashwagandha root or leaf powder, by taking powder, you can reduce the risk of undesirable adverse effects.
Proven beneficial health effects of ashwagandha:
Triphala is an old known Ayurvedic blend of three fruits; Amalaki, Haritaki and Bibitake which help with excretion, liver function and normal gastrointestinal function.
Amalaki supports the immune system and normal digestive activity.
Helps lowering blood pressure and high cholesterol as well as inhibits inflammation and promotes digestion.
Increasingly used as an ingredient in food and beverages, where its amazing color enhances visual effect in cold and hot teas, desserts and confectionery.
The flowers and other parts of the plant are used in the pharmaceutical industry, but there is no valid scientific evidence to support the above effects.
Golden Milk contains turmeric, ginger and black pepper. It is sprinkled on salads, hot dishes as pleasant exotic seasoning.
Turmeric is used in the health world especially against digestive problems pain and discomfort in the upper abdomen, bloating, indigestion, stomach ulcers and inflammatory disorders
Amla candy consists of dried Indian gooseberries Euphorbiaceae, which contain vitamin C and antioxidants. The fruit ripens in autumn in the mountainous, humid areas of the Indian subcontinent. In India, the tree is considered sacred. The fruit is very nutritious, but tastes sour which is why in the dried state it is added cane sugar, hence the name "candy".
There are good health effects of Indian gooseberries also known as Amla attributed in part to the high content of vitamin C. Amla strengthens the absorption of food nutrients balances stomach acid and strengthens liver function as well as normal mental function and the general well-being of the body.
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