Ayurvedic Hindu knowledge in the service of health. It increases body energy without recourse to stimulants, thanks to the properties of the species: cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, pepper and ginger. Among other uses, its components help improve bone health, colon and digestive blood, and strengthen the nervous system.
An excellent substitute for coffee due to its lack of caffeine (as opposed to other drinks which are decaffeinated through chemical processes). It may be drunk cold or hot.
Yogi tea may be kept in the refrigerator or in the freezer, and a good option is adding milk (I suggest vegetable milk) and a tablespoon of honey.
Helps the body and mind remain healthy and balanced. It is a natural anti-depressive which, furthermore, prevents respiratory infections and colds, because it increases the general defenses of the organism.
Ginger is an herb of vitality, which gives strength and energy. It furthermore cures inflammation.
Cloves, for example, diminish pain and strengthen the nervous system.
Cardamom stimulates digestion.
Black pepper purifies blood and improves the digestive system.
Cinnamon improves the absorption of calcium, being advised for bone deficiency It also stimulates an increase in body temperature.
One tablespoon per glass of water. Cook at a low flame for 10 minutes and let it sit for 5 minutes before serving.