Arjuna Bark (Terminallia Arjuna)
Arjuna Bark (Terminallia Arjuna) which is one of the chief ingredients of Khalsa Desi Tea, is very beneficial for the heart as it has been proved beyond doubt that it helps in clearing blocked arteries and strengthens the heart muscles. This has also been proved in research by Dr. K. N. Udupa in Banaras Hindu University’s Institute of Medical Sciences, Varanasi (India). In this research, they found that powdered extract of the above drug provided very good results to people suffering from Coronary heart diseases.
Tulsi Leaves (Ocimum Sanctum)
Tulsi Leaves (Ocimum Sanctum) is a very sacred herb in India and is also very useful in conditions like fever, warding off and even curing peptic ulcers and other stress-related illnesses. Besides numerous ancient textbooks and literature on the medicinal uses of Tulsi, modern-day research on Tulsi was reported by Dr. Narender Singh, Assistant Director of the Department of Pharmacology at the King George’s Medical College, Lucknow.
Nagarmothan (Cyperus Rotundus)
Nagarmothan (Cyperus Rotundus) has been described in Ayurveda as a corrective and remover of endotoxins. It has very good digestive and carminative properties. It is an effective killer of intestinal worms, a diuretic, and an antipyretic medicine. Many ancient texts have also described it as anti-inflammatory medicine, a general and nervine tonic, a promoter of uterine contractions, and an excellent binder of stool. Even in ancient times, Nagarmothan was a favorite of Ayurvedic physicians for treating a number of diseases. It is nowadays a drug of choice for treating the majority of gastrointestinal problems like anorexia, vomiting, diarrhea, dysentery, and specific and non-specific colitis. It is also used in various other ailments like fever, burning micturition, skin diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, painful menstruation, etc.
Tej Patra (Cinnamomum Tamala)
It is a Digestive tonic and is widely used as a remedy for indigestion, dyspepsia, and flatulence.
Jarhpaan (Pan Mool – Alpinia Galangal Root)
It is a Stimulant and carminative. It is especially useful in flatulence, dyspepsia, vomiting, and sickness in the stomach, being recommended as a remedy for sea sickness. It tones up the tissues and is sometimes prescribed in fever.
Red Chandan (Red Sandalwood)
It is beneficial in diarrhea, excessive thirst, fever, and blood and skin disorders.
Pippali (Piper Longum)
It is widely used in Ayurvedic and Unani systems of medicine, particularly for diseases of the respiratory tract like cough, bronchitis, asthma, etc. Long pepper acts as a general tonic and a haematinic and is widely used in Ayurveda as a good rejuvenator (Rasayana) and carminative.
Fennel (Saunf – Foeniculum Vulgarae)
It favors digestion, contributes to expelling flatulence, and opens the appetite. It also acts as a Diuretic and helps in the elimination of corporal liquids, being very appropriate in cases of obesity, rheumatic, and heart illnesses associated with the accumulation of water in the body. It is very helpful in case of bronchitis or cough, as well as when one has pain in the chest. In a nutshell, it is used to treat amenorrhea, asthma, heartburn, hypertension, and respiratory ailments.
Dalchini (Cinnamomum Verum)
It is very helpful in conditions of gas, heartburn, and nausea. It is also used in diabetes as it helps control blood sugar levels. It is known to kill many decays and disease-causing bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
Probably many people don’t know its health benefits but Khalsa desi tea possesses many health benefits when compared to regular tea. Buy replacing Khalsa desi tea with regular on daily basis, It helps in preventing infection, cold, flu and soar throat-like conditions also helps in reducing weight and correct stomach problems without any side effects.