Ok now, whoever said tea was bad for your health must have either been the owner of a large coffee chain or a Jamaican landlord. After all, it has been found that tea is rich in antioxidants which fight cancer, lower cholesterol and reduce blood pressure. Tea also contains fluoride which kills oral bacteria and helps control bad breath.

Besides the tea itself, there are also some aromatic spices and herbs derived from Ayurveda that contribute to the medicinal and remedial properties of the final concoction. Go on and make your own healthy cup of chai today.


It speeds digestion, reduces gas and eases nausea.


A remedy for indigestion and flatulence, its warming, anti-mucus action makes it a common ingredient to fight lung disorders.

Fennel seeds

A premiere carminative, it is a cooling spice that calms the nerves and promotes mental alertness.


According to Ayurveda, it is believed to be one of the finest blood revitalizers.

Tulsi (Holy Basil)

It is a widely used antimicrobial and immune system booster and helps to keep the lungs and sinuses clear.


It helps in digestion, cures nausea, regulates blood sugar and also increases peripheral circulation


It increases general vitality, counteracts congestion, controls diarrhoea, improves digestion and relieves abdominal spasms.

Black Pepper

A warming digestive remedy, increases circulation, is also antioxidant and eases sinus congestion.


It acts as a relaxant and diuretic. It also aids respiratory issues during the cold season.