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Shooti Maa and Hari Tea

is Ayurvedic organic tea made from herbs and spice mixtures.

What is the vision behind Shooti Maa and Hari Tea?

It's the little things that make the big difference. Organic tea made from natural ingredients without artificial additives should stimulate your senses and give you strength and well-being. Shooti Maa and hari Tea's are based on knowledge from Ayurveda, Yantra, meditation and yoga.

The strong and invigorating effect of this organic tea is due to the natural and strictly controlled organic ingredients. How nice would it be if you could unleash your full potential with mindfulness? Shooti Maa and Hari Tea combine 100 herbs, spices and flowers, such as lavender or rose petals, to create an organic tea that, once you have brewed it, takes you into a room of silence with its scent and beautiful color and allows you a moment in the to be "here and now". Enjoy your meditative silence and open your potential with mindfulness.

A mandala is created for each individual product of these noble organic teas, the ingredients are found in a meditation session.

This organic tea is designed to stimulate your energy centers, the chakras, sip by sip, with natural spices such as cinnamon, pepper, chilli, turmeric, anise, basil, coriander, vanilla or cloves. Support each of your 7 chakras with your organic tea variety and feel how new life energy flows.

With the delicious varieties from the series 5 elements, water, fire, air, earth and ether the basis of all life, you can bring your spiritual self back into balance. Rooibos, fennel, liquorice, peppermint, rosehip, elderberry, chamomile or nettle are the ingredients for the noble organic tea from Shooti Maa and Hari Tea.

Sun salutation - every single one of the organic teas is dedicated to a time of day. When the sun rises in the morning, it wakes us up

Sun salutation organic tea with ginger, orange, lemon, lemongrass, apple or cocoa - wake up and feel the freshness. Experience the clarity and positivity when the sun wakes us up and lures us into the day. After sunset we rest and trust the silent magic of the night for a day full of harmony.

Our soul state of love, happiness and compassion inspires the tea collection, but also the position of the sun and the times of our organ clock.

Every person has different talents and opportunities, every person is unique, every moment is unique! You are too! We invite you to relax, discover, find peace, rest within yourself. Awaken joy, love, compassion, spoil yourself with the scent of the unique, Ayurvedic recipes of organic tea from Shooti Maa and Hari Tea sip by sip of spirit and soul.

Cinnamon, turmeric, black pepper or ginger - what can the spices in tea do?

Cinnamon: Cinnamon has a wonderful, intoxicating scent. Cinnamon stimulates the appetite, with its high proportion of tannins and essential oils it has a disinfecting effect. Cinnamon stimulates metabolism by helping to transport glucose into cells. This prevents constipation, flatulence and a feeling of fullness.


Pepper : stimulates the production of gastric juices. Pepper thereby promotes digestion. Black pepper is said to prevent the formation of fat cells and prevent high blood pressure. It provides a strong aroma.

Chilli : the stimulant has a healing effect with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory substances. It strengthens the circulation and can relieve pain. In organic tea, chilli provides a warming, comforting feeling.

Turmeric : contains the ingredient curcumin. Turmeric is said to prevent cancer through its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin. Turmeric stimulates the metabolism and the digestive juices, which has positive effects on the gastrointestinal tract. Turmeric can prevent irritable bowel syndrome, constipation and insulin resistance. Turmeric gives the drink a beautiful rich yellow color.

Ginger : is the super tuber when it comes to its beneficial properties. Ginger looks unassuming and not particularly appetizing, but it has a lot to offer. The sharp and fresh taste of ginger goes very well with lemon, orange and apple and can be rounded off well with cinnamon. Ginger has an invigorating effect due to its taste and its ingredients.

The spice and medicinal ginger contains the healthy essential oils gingerol, resin and resin acids. The tuber is also very rich in vitamin C and contains magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium, sodium and phosphorus. Ginger has an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory effect and can thus inhibit the proliferation of certain viruses. Ginger is antiemetic, so it protects against vomiting. Due to its sharpness, ginger stimulates the blood flow and circulation, increases the formation of gastric juice, saliva and bile.

Does chai have anything to do with yoga? What is chai?

Chai is a delicious spiced tea. Just like Yoga and Ayurveda, Chai has its origins in India. Chai offers you a journey of discovery to new flavors and compositions. Chai - a spice tea with delicious possibilities is a hot infusion drink, the taste of which is determined by spices. The tea plant was discovered in Assam, India, and used in traditional Indian medicine. Indian tea culture has evolved over the years. The first spice tea chai was the masala chai, it mainly consisted of black tea, cinnamon, ginger and cloves, but chai is also offered refined with turmeric and cardamom. In India, every retailer has his own recipe and every chai tastes different. You can refine your chai with honey. Chai means tea.