Herbs and spices are often associated with their aromatic qualities and taste that they develop, but does their job end with that?
Well we say that “we cannot define our health unless and until we know about are surrounding and that include the nature as well”. From our research we have conclude that it’s not just about blending herbs or spices or green leaves in right quantity but is also about adding a spiritual context to it .
In the spiritual context we speak of a honoring the spirit of the herbs and having a positive thought process. In addition, when herbs are consumed with benevolent intentions, their strength gets boosted.
Even If we go back in time, Ayurveda herbs and spices were not limited to just culinary or medicinal purpose. According to African traditional medicine study, it consists of three specialties: divination, spiritualism, and herbalism.
This demonstrates that with right set of intentions even a water can have healing properties in different ways not to mention that the concept of spiritual herbalism revolves around one’s personal experience.
HERBAL GREEN TEA
HERBAL GREEN TEA is a part or sometimes a synonymous of traditional Ayurveda. It is the oldest and still the most widely practiced method of healing or as dietary supplement.
The blend of green tea is made by herbalist. An herbalist is a person who has Specializes knowledge of the use of herbs and its medicinal properties. Their task is to prepare a blend by using different parts of plants to increase its efficacy and getting it approved by the certified authorities. Even the World Health organisation (WHO) in 1989 announced that one key to human longevity is “more tea and less smoking”.
Here’s a list of plants parts that go into making different type of herbal tea pots:-
Leaves: made of from Camellia sinensis which are not gone under the process of withering and oxidation
Bulb: A bulb is an underground structure made up of many leaves covered in fleshy scales.
Roots: A large proportion of the active ingredients are usually found in the bark of the root rather than the woody interior.
Bark: The outer protective layer of the tree stemIt contains powerful phytochemicals that have profound therapeutic benefits.
Flowers: They are usually dried flowers which are dried and wrapped around green tea leaves. The most common flowers used are globeamaranth, chrysanthemum, jasmine, lily, hibiscus