About- Taking a page out of 5000 year old Ayurveda tradition, this tea has the goodness of herbs like boswellia, Raasna, shatavari, etc. with turmeric which are known to benefit in pain by addressing the doshic imbalances, the root cause of the problem.
|Sl. No||Ingredient||Botanical Name|
|6||Black pepper||Piper nigrum|
Curcumin, the active polyphenol component of turmeric is proven to reduce levels of tissue inflammation as well as decreases expression of inflammation-associated cytokines and other inflammatory mediators, thus helping alleviate pain.
The principal compound of raasna, ACA, has been reported to have potent anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antioxidative, antitumor, etc properties.
A potent rasayana drug, shatavari possessed marked anti-inflammatory effect against the denaturation of protein, one of the primary causes for inflammation and pain.
The gum resin of the Boswellia serrata has been used for the treatment of the inflammatory disease in the traditional Ayurvedic medicine in India. Gum resin extracted from Boswellia serrata posses good anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic and analgesic activity, significantly reducing the total WBC count in the joint fluid, restoring the integrity of blood vessels obliterated by spasm or internal damage
The ginger extract is a complex mixture that reduces inflammation through inhibition of prostaglandin synthesis, inhibition of lipooxygenase, and reduced production of TNFα
This not only increases the bio-availability of turmeric, but studies also indicate that piperine possesses inhibition of prostaglandin release mediated anti-inflammatory properties.
Ashwagandha is an analgesic that soothes nervous system from pain response. The powerful anti-arthritic properties of Ashwagandha are now widely accepted and documented as against the popular myth that it is only useful in stress related as well as neurological conditions.
Flavonoids present in fenugreek seeds inhibit cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase which are involved in initiation stage of inflammation reactions. In addition, flavonoids are putative antioxidants with high activity of free radical scavenging. Free radicals can attract various inflammatory mediators, contributing to a general inflammatory response.