Suprabhat Chai, also known as Good Morning Tea, is especially designed to be taken in the morning time between 6 am to 10 am.
During this time, the kapha dosha is risen in the body which leads to appearance of symptoms, such as – excessive phlegm formation, sudden cough, laziness & drowsiness, difficulty in waking up early, and heaviness in the body.
Our unique combination of herbs and tea leaves help in balancing the kapha dosha.
Balances kapha dosha
Liver Supportive & Protective
Good for Nervous System
Effective in common cold
Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)
Helps in common cold and fever
Kali Mirch (Piper nigrum)
Stimulates the taste buds
Increases the secretion of hydrochloric acid, thereby enhancing the digestion process
Antioxidant properties help avoid the risk of cardiovascular diseases and liver problems
Helps in clearing congestion and sinusitis
Serves as a natural anti-depressant and energizes the nervous system
Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri)
Helps in improving memory
Neutralizing all the free radicals inside the brain
Works as a nervine tonic
Subsides stress & anxiety
Mulethi( Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Good for throat
Tulsi(Ocimum sanctum)*Lf. 18.18%
Mulethi (Glycyrrhiza glabra)*St. 3.409%
Brahmi(Bacopa monnieri)*Pl. 6.81%
Kali mirch(Piper nigrum)*Fr. 3.409%
Green tea leaves (Camellia sinensis)*Lf. 68.18%
How to brew a cup of tea?
Boil 100 ml water in a pan at 90-100° C
Turn off the flame
Add 1-2 g (approx. a teaspoonful) Butterfly tea
Cover the pan for a minute or two
Strain & serve hot
*You can add lemon or sugar to taste
Dosage:One cup of tea twice a day.
Storage condition: Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight. Do not refrigerate.
Side effects:No side effects are observed as per prescribed dosage.
Safety:Safety has been assessed in recommended dosage based on the texts in ancient literature and modern research findings as well as on clinical experiences.
Important health tips:
Wake up early in the morning
Avoid heavy meal in the night
Eat healthy, well-balanced meals.
The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice.