AMRITA CHAI
Inspired by Ayurvedic Medicine
Ashwagandha - Holy Basil - Brahmi - Gotu Kola
A bold and flavorful spicy-sweet chai elixir, Amrita Chai features Ashwagandha, Holy Basil, Brahmi & Gotu Kola which are prized in Ayurveda for their vigorous healing properties. These powerful herbs are infused with Ginger, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Cloves, Nutmeg, Vanilla Bean and malty Assam black and fresh green Darjeeling teas.
  •  FINEST INGREDIENTS! Brewed with the very best of Mother Nature's pharmacy.
  •  PERFECT FOR THE FAMILY! A healthy replacement for juice, soda, coffee and energy drinks.
  •  LIFE FRIENDLY PACKAGING! Draft fresh taste in a format that is perfect for the gym, yoga studio and other places where bottles are forbidden!
  •  ARTISAN CRAFTED! Modern brewing methods and an ancient fermentation technique, results in a superior taste and a potent extraction of the therapeutic benefits of the herbs, teas, and spices 
Benefits
Detoxifying
Packed with a variety of detoxifying herbs, live enzymes, and amino acids to assist the liver and kidneys in eliminating toxins.
Healthy Gut
A highly probiotic beverage that helps balance your gut and provide relief from various abdominal disorders by reinforcing the system with live enzymes and beneficial bacteria.
Anti-Aging
Contains medicinal herbs and antioxidants that reduce inflammation and help minimize oxidative stress on cells damaged by exposure to environmental toxins.
Mood Boosting
Contains a variety of herbs, amino acids, antioxidants, probiotics and live enzymes that help balance the body systems and inhibit the release of the stress hormone cortisol. 
Improves Immunity  
A strong immune system is your body's greatest ally. Probiotics and herbal support help activate your natural defenses to fend off diseases and reduce cell damage.
Increases Energy   
With only 9g of sugar, there's no "sugar crash" while energizing herbs, nutrients, and live enzymes help increase hemoglobin levels in the blood, enhancing the flow of oxygen to cells and tissue.
Ingredients
Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha is a vital herb in Ayurvedic healing and most well known for its neuroprotective benefits.  Aswagangha helps reduce levels of the damaging stress-related hormone cortisol, and supports significant regeneration of nerve cells in the brain. 
Brahmi
Brahmi is prized for its ability to support healthy cognitive function. The herbs is loaded with antioxidants and bacosides, which relaxes the aorta and veins stimulating circulation and the smooth flow of blood to nourish brain nerve cells. The herb has been shown to improve memory.
Gotu Kola
Gotu Kola  is thought to be one of the most spiritual and rejuvenating herbs in Ayurveda, helping to promote calmness and relaxation. It is also one of the largest cultivated crops in India and is popularly used as a food source rich in vitamin C. 
Holy Basil
Ayurvedic texts value Holy Basil as plant that will help you to retain youthful vigor and avoid premature aging. The phytonutrients in Tulsi are instrumental in combatting viral, bacterial, and fungal infections of the respiratory system. 
Cardamon
The sweetly aromatic cardamom is the fruit of a tropical plant related to ginger, and is one of the world's most expensive spices. Ayurveda considers it to be effective in improving digestion.
Cinnamon
Renowned for its warm fragrance and spicy flavor, the bark of the cinnamon plant has been used for hundreds of years as both a seasoning and medicine. The health benefits of cinnamon include ability to balance blood sugars and minimize inflammation.
Clove
Cloves are the highly aromatic flower bud of the evergreen tree and are high in vitamins, minerals and fiber. The component responsible for clove’s powerful effects and odor is a substance called eugenol which has analgesic and anesthetic effects.
Nutmeg
The rose hip is actually the fruit of the rose. These fruits are one of the most concentrated sources of vitamin C available. Rose hips have a tart flavor and the various flavonoids in rose hips have potent antioxidant action.
Vanilla Bean
Cloves are the highly aromatic flower bud of the evergreen tree and are high in vitamins, minerals and fiber. The component responsible for clove’s powerful effects and odor is a substance called eugenol which is toxic against harmful organisms.
Assam Black Tea
Boasting a smoky malt flavor, indulging in Assam black tea is beneficial for your mental, as well as physical, well being. The tea is known to help the immune system and may reduce the risk of stroke by dropping blood pressure and decreasing daily stress by lowering the stress hormone cortisol.
Darjeeling Tea
Prized for its astringent qualities and slightly bitter bite, this tea is grown in the Darjeeling region of the Northern Himalayas of India and is considered some of the highest quality tea available. Its most powerful components are the antioxidants and flavonoids that prevent cell damage, protect your heart and decrease your risk of cancer.
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