Immunity Booster Tea

Jarved Immunity Booster Tea

The global pandemic has bought us down to our knees. But for those of us with a stronger immunity, the chances of surviving are bright. Almost needless to say that we need to take precautions to prevent COVID-19, there are also additional things we can do to promote longevity and resistance to infections. Focussing on boosting our immune system is one of the key things. Think of it as a long term investment rather than a short term remedy. 

This blog post is for all of you who really want to invest in their health. We will start by discussing the key elements that are required in fighting or preventing infections and keep the practicality in mind at all times. 

Thanks to our ancient Ayurvedic techniques and recipes, we are already familiar with most of the herbs that we will mention in this article. 

Lets start off with the list of herbs and their benefits and we will move on to the brewing guide and recipe towards the end.

1. Ginger:

Ginger comes from the Zingiberaceae family. It is closely related to turmeric, cardamom and galangal.

It's place in alternative medicine is long known and it is used to help in digestion, fight cold and relive nausea.

Gingerol is the active ingredient in ginger which gives it fragrance and medicinal properties. It is anti inflammatory and has antioxidant effects. It inhibits the growth of many bacteria and is used to treat gingivitis and periodontitis. It is particularly effective against the RSV virus which is a common cause of respiratory infections.

2. Tulsi

Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) commonly known as the "Holy Basil" is known worldwide for its medicinal and spiritual properties. 

The word Tulsi means 'incomparable' and it indeed is incomparable to any other herb as it is packed with healing properties for a plethora of conditions. 

With its infection fighting properties, Tulsi can help fight an infection and reduce fever. 

Holy basil has the ability to control blood glucose levels as demonstrated by several test tube and  human clinical trials.  The researchers conclude that holy basil may be prescribed as part of a treatment plan for people with mild-to-moderate non-insulin dependent diabetes.

3. Lemongrass

Lemongrass helps in better absorption of nutrients and strengthens the vital systems in the body like digestion, respiration, excretion and nervous system. Lemongrass extracts have cytokines, which are the signaling molecules through which the cells communicate and respond to the body. 

4. Green Tea 

Several studies have also shown that green tea has catechises that inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses. Catechins epigallocatechingallate(EGCG) and –epicatechingallate(ECG) have the ability to suppress the activities of bacterial and viral factors. They can even reverse the resistance of tough pathogens, such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus(MRSA)

Jarved Immunity Booster Tea

Appearance- Blend of Lemongrass, Tulsi and Green Tea

Aroma- Strong with soothing herbs

Taste- Bold and Expressive

Brewing Time- 2-4 minutes

Recipe

Take 1 Big Spoon of Jarved Immunity Booster Tea and add it in Boiling water. Turn off the heat and cover the saucepan or kettle with a lid. Let the tea steep for 3-4 minutes. Strain and enjoy the brew plain or add honey for taste. 

 

Let us know your thoughts on this short excerpt on Immunity Booster Tea. In the current scene, good health really is the passport to a happy and long life. We wish that you take care of yourself and your loved ones and start investing in your health from an early stage. 


1 comment

  • I’ve tried the Jarved immunity tea and now my entire family makes it twice a day. It’s a ready to use tea packed with herbs and is fresh ziplocked. Must have

    Jatin

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