Among its constituents, peppermint supports the healthy functioning of the intestinal tract, the digestive system. It supports the immune system and contributes to healthy rest and sleep. Thyme helps to strengthen the body. Cornflower supports liver health and detoxification of the body. It has anti-inflammatory effects. Orange peel helps with weight management.
Severe – any serious disorder suggests a kapha imbalance, whether it’s obesity, difficult digestion or severe, depressive symptoms.
Sweet – which leads to excess weight and diabetes if too much sweetness is ingested.
Persistent – this makes the kapha type abstinent. The bodily processes do not show great fluctuations; the steady nature of kapha is related to the fact that it does not need external stimulation like other types. The kapha’s body is sensitive to changes that throw other body types off balance.
Soft – this leads to a wide range of traits; soft skin and hair, soft manners, soft eyes and an undemanding approach to situations.
Slow – this manifests itself in the slow, steady movement characteristic of Kapha people, associated with slow speech and deliberate thought.
Warm, spicy, stimulating, light foods are recommended. Avoid fatty foods. Warm foods that are easy to digest are good for the kapha, such as light vegetable soups. Instead of salt, season with spices and herbs. For sweetening, use honey instead of sugar. Cabbage and dark berries are a favourite. Cold drinks and late night meals are not recommended for kapha.
Peppermint leaf (mentha piperia)
Medical sage plant (salvia officinalis)
Elderflower (sambucus nigra)
Thyme leaf (thymus vulgaris)
Ginger root (zingiber officinalis)
Hyssop (hyssapus officinalis)
Cornflower (zea mays)
Orange peel (citrus aurantium)
Buttercup seed (trigonella foenum)
Clove (myrtus cariophyllus).
Boil 2 teaspoons of the tea mixture with 2 dl of water! Leave to stand for 10 minutes and pierce. After that it is ready to drink!
Consumption during pregnancy and breastfeeding is not recommended!
People under medical treatment and people taking medication regularly should consult their doctor about the use of this product.
The consumption of this product is not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle!