- Jasmine is considered to be good for all 3 doshas.
- Helps purify the liver and blood.
- Helps calm the nerves.
- Alternative herb that gradually restores health and vitality.
- Promotes diuresis and emmenagogue properties
Green tea comes from a plant called Camellia sinensis, commonly known as the "tea plant." It was originated in East Asia and has been used since ancient times to treat everything from headaches to depression. Although it is often known for its alkaloids which include caffeine and provides stimulant effects, green tea also contains L-theanine, an amino acid studied for its calming effects on the nervous system. Today, numerous studies have proven that green tea helps to reduce anxiety while simultaneously boosting brain function, including memory and attention. Jasmine flowers help calm the nervous system and balance out emotional disturbances. They are very aromatic and help alleviate tension and anxiety.
Enjoy a warm cup of tea with a hint of floralness.
**Consult your healthcare provider before consuming green tea if you are taking any medication or having a medical condition. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should also avoid green tea. Recommendation not to exceed more than 3 cups of green tea per day.