Rhododendron Tea

Rhododendron Tea clears your stomach and improves digestion.
It is helpful with "lung" (energy) disorders involving general weakness
of the body. It helps reduce fever and swelling of the abdomen due
to the indigestion of food, restore the natural balance after changes
in climate or water, and relieve numbness of the extremities, swelling
and itching of the throat, or a feeling of thirst.

Without any known health problems, this tea helps balance your five
elements and improves your physical well being.
Do try it!

Use: Add the tea bag to a cup of hot water, or for more effectiveness,
if you have time, simmer it in boiling water for two minutes.

Net content: 12 x 1g sachets

The herbs used in Rhododendron Tea are collected from the clean
mountain meadows of the Himalaya near Mount Everest.
The ingredients include mint, rhododendron anthopogon, and
glycyrrhiza (liquorice).

Rhododendron anthopogon grows at altitudes of about 4.000 metres
above sea level, and to a height of about one metre tall.
Its pale yellow flowers bloom from late May to mid June.
Sherpas and Tibetans call it the sacred shrub because it gives off
an aromatic scent that is believed to make you happy.
The villagers collect and use its leaves as incense.

In a Buddhist viewpoint, the petals of the rhododendron tree are said
to be the tears of the bodhisattva "Loving Eyes" and sysmbolize the
united compassion of all Buddhas.


Wild Rose Tea

The Wild Rose Tea is compound according to the Buddhist
Tradition So wa rig pa (tib. The Knowledge of Healing).
The herbs are collected from the Himalya Mountains near
Mount Everest/Solukhumbu, Nepal.
The Wild Rose Tea is produced by Sacred Land Initiative
and supports the Tengboche Monastry in Solukhumbu.

This rose-flavoured tea supports your general wellbeing and digestion.

Use: One teabag should be put 5 minutes in one liter hot boiled water.

Net content: 12 x 1g sachets


7 Juwel Tea

The 7 Juwel Tea (Norbu dun Thang) is compound according to
the Buddhist Tradition So wa rig pa (tib. The Knowledge of Healing).
The herbs are collected from the Himalya Mountains near
Mount Everest/Solukhumbu, Nepal.

The 7 Juwel Tea contains, p.e. Arura, Barura, Kyurura.
It balance the body and mind.

Use: One teabag should be put 5 minutes in one liter hot boiled water.

Net content: 12 x 1g sachets

The 7 Juwel Tea contains, p.e. three of the Myrobalan species:
Arura, Barura, Kyurura
.

Myrobalan (tib. Arura)

Myrobalan belongs to the botanical group of tree-fruit
plants which grows in the Himalaya region.

Arura, one of these Myrobalan species have fruits from the
size of the fist of a human hand and is hold by Medicine Buddha.

Together with two other Myrobalan species called  Barura and
Kyurura, they symbolize the well-known "Three Fruits", which
are one of the most important ingredients for Tibetan medicine,
in particular to support digestion.


Mustang Tea

The Mustang Tea originates from the great Himalayan Amchi-
Late Dr. Tashi Chosang of the Kingdom of Lo, Mustang, by
blending different Himalayan Herbs with the Sowa Rigpa art of
traditional formulas, like Terminallia chebula (fruits), Inula racemose
(leaves), Rosa Omeiensis (flowers), Carthamus tinctorius (flowers),
Gentiana Urnula (flowers).

Benefits: Balances the energies, promotes interlectual
stimulation, brain tonic, strenghtening.

Use: One teabag should be put 5 minutes in one liter hot
boiled water.

Net content: 12 x 1g sachets



Produced by Lo-Kumphen to support the Sowa Rigpa
School in Lo-Manthang, Upper Mustang.

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