We are proud to introduce one of the finest teas available - NamasTea. All tea varieties originate from the same plant - camellia sinensis. What makes various types of tea differ are three major factors: where the tea is grown, what time of the year the tea was collected, and how the tea leaf is processed after being harvested.
NamasTea Black Tea is a Single-Estate Tea grown in southern India in the Nilgiri, or Blue Mountains, where our award-winning grower has been cultivating and growing this product for over 125 years. Unlike blended tea, Single-Estate Tea originates from one tea plantation highly regarded for its impeccable quality and is never blended or cut with less expensive or lower grade tea. Our grower is a Grade A member of the Ethical Tea Partnership and provides free medical services to all of their employees and has three elementary schools on their estates that provide nutritional meals for the children attending school during the day.
NamasTea is grown using environmentally friendly and sustainable practices:
NamasTea is regularly subjected to rigorous professional tea tasting to ensure a high standard of quality assurance. All tea is graded by the quality and size of the leaf and fannings are more concentrated due to the smaller particle size which tend to yield a more robust cup of tea. Regionally speaking, tea grown in the Nilgiri Mountains is brisk and bold with a medium body which is why NamasTea makes such a perfect cup of chai.
For a free chai recipe go to namastea.com.
Traditional Ayurvedic tonic for antioxidant support, stress reduction, & rejuvenation*
An herbal jam with apple-butter consistency, it can be spread on toast or eaten off a spoon. It is packed full herbs for your good health: amla fruit, ashwagandha, bacopa (holy basil), ginger, long pepper fruit and many more.
Sweet with a hint of heat, take Chyawanprash daily to give yourself the perfect start to your day. A good source of antioxidant Vitamin C, this jam supports a healthy immune function.*
Details: Described in ancient Ayurvedic texts, Chyawanprash is a synergy of specifically selected herbs and fruits in a nutritive tonic. The principle herb Amla (Amalaki) is one of the world's most concentrated naturally occurring sources of antioxidant Vitamin C. A spoonful a day of this 2,000 year old formula is a tasty way for people of all ages and doshas to nourish mind and body, while supporting healthy immune function.*
Directions for use: 1 to 2 teaspoons daily on an empty stomach ideally followed by hot water or boiled milk. Consider age, size, constitution and personal preference when choosing serving size. Spread on bread or crackers for an invigorating snack. Not intended for use by those who are pregnant or lactating, have diabetes, or are taking medication, without first consulting a qualified healthcare professional. Do not use if safety seal is broken. Use only as directed.
Contains a proprietary blend of the following ingredients:
Amla fruit, Indian kudzu root, Long pepper fruit, sandalwood, Mysore cardamom seed, Malabar nut tree leaf, Spanish pellitory root, arjuna bark, ashwagandha root, shatavari root, bacopa leaf, holy basil leaf, chebulic myrobalan fruit, Ginger, European grape fruit, Licorice root, Sacred Lotus flower, Jatamansi root, Neem leaf, Tribulus fruit, Bael tree fruit, Indian tinospora stem, Phyllanthus herb, Zedoary rhizome, Cyperus rhizome, Indian Elecampane root, Heart-leaf sida root, Himalayan pistachio fruit, Leptadenia leaves, Boerhavia root, fig, Clove bud, true cinnamon, Indian Cassia leaves, Mesua flower, True saffron stigma with sugarcane, Ghee (clarified butter), Honey & Sesame oil
* The statements made here have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If taking any medication, consult with a healthcare practitioner before using this product. Do not use during pregnancy or lactation unless recommended by a healthcare practitioner. As with any herbal preparation, consider size, age, weight, constitution, and lifestyle as guidelines for use.