This sacred period in Hinduism starting from mid-July to 3rd week of August, is said to be the most auspicious period to focus and introspect in all our doings primarily the kind of food and beverage we intake Shistaka brings you the ultimate Festive kit (Shravan special) consisting of:
- Tulsi brahmi - At this time it is crucial for us to remain focused and improve our brain function as it can reap 5x results in all that we put our minds to, hence consuming ingredients like brahmi, gotukola and tulsi helps in smooth functioning of the brain and helps us remain undistracted.
- Detox: a perfect blend of neem, giloy, ginger and tulsi helps in purification of all the toxins from our body, as this period arrives during the monsoon season due to less sunlight the digestive system gets weak and so it is only wise for us to remain light and away from all food items causing inflammation during this period.
- Good night sleep tea - sleep is the root cause to all the health issues we face on a day-to-day basis, we have the perfect blend of ashwagandha, peppermint, nutmeg, chamomile, tulsi to help calm all the stressed nerves, emit the right amount of melatonin in the brain for a good night sleep.
Routine to follow this Shravan for better results:
- 1 cup of detox in the morning after breakfast - better digestion and purification
- 1 cup of tulsi brahmi after lunch - increased focus and improve brain functioning for better results and productivity
- 1 cup of good night sleep after dinner - manage the stress hormones, mood fluctuations.
Things to avoid this shravan:
- Non veg
- Extreme inflammatory food like (junk)
- Milk and milk products. The entire month is filled with divine energy and bliss and it is best to turn our mind inward to experience the still, calm, magical vibration of the cosmos.
This herb needs no introduction. Aptly titled the ‘Queen of Herbs’, Tulsi could help you enhance your cognitive abilities and reduce stress.
This well-known superfood is the perfect ingredient to start your day. Pure and light, it is believed to work its magic against toxins and inflammation.
Giloy is an antipyretic herb. It improves platelet count in dengue fever and reduces the chances of complications. Regular intake of Giloy helps to improve immunity during dengue and also for a speedy recovery. For better results boil Giloy juice with a few Tulsi leaves and drink to increase platelet count.
Neem leaf and its constituents have been demonstrated to exhibit immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, antihyperglycaemic, antiulcer, antimalarial, antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant, antimutagenic and anticarcinogenic properties.
The most common ingredient with its unique benefits, helps you fight against viral replication and improves your immunity.
There is a huge list of ailments brahmi can be used to treat, from respiratory and stomach problems to memory loss to leprosy. It’s especially common in traditional Indian medicine. It’s also good for promoting general good health.
This herb is widely associated with various spiritual beliefs in India. But it can work its magic when consumed too! This ancient Himalayan herb is known to detoxify, rejuvenate and increase the longevity of the body.
One of the most ancient Ayurvedic herbs ever discovered, this superfood has come to us over generations and has been used in our traditional healing system. It is also known to elevate the mood, rejuvenate the mind and is thought to promote sound sleep.
A herb known for its sublime goodness, chamomile is popular for its property to relieve stress and a cup of this tea will certainly help you unwind after a long day.
Who can miss the refreshing aroma of mint? This scented herb is known to aid in smoother digestion and detoxification.
This pleasantly aromatic spice is cherished by one and all for its rich dietary fibre and minerals. It is believed to work on easing migraine and hypertension.
serving size : 1 infusion bag ( 1.8gm )
serving per box : 25
|Carbohydrate (g)||66.40 g / 100g|
|Energy (Kcal)||358.53 Kcal / 100g|
|Protein (g)||15.75 g / 100g|
|Fat (g)||3.33 g / 100g|
Each 1.8 grams infusion bag contains
|*Organic Tulsi Leaf ( Ocimum sanctum )||65.00%|
|*Organic Green Tea ( Camellia sinesis )||15.00%|
|*Organic Ginger ( Zingiber offcinale )||14.00%|
|*Organic Giloy ( Tinospora cordifolia )||3.00%|
|*Organic Neem ( Azadirachta indica )||3.00%|