Damnoosh™️ Herbal Tea

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Herbal Teas According to Traditional Persian Medicine

For centuries, Persians have used the natural healing powers of herbs to create Damnoosh chai (herbal tea) to maintain their temperament and restore any humoral imbalances within the body. Medicinal properties derived naturally from plants can come from many different elements, including leaves, roots, bark, fruit, seeds, skin, stems and flowers. In TPM medicinal and spiritual use, any parts of the plant might be considered ‘herbs’. The different parts of plants can contain various active ingredients that, when blended together, help nourish and heal the body.

TPM approaches the therapeutic use of herbal teas through the science of energetics and values the healing properties of herbs and fruits according to their elements, their effects on and after digestion (i.e. absorption) and their heating or cooling qualities for the body. Spicy and bitter herbs, such as cinnamon, ginger and cumin, are lighter and provide a heating quality that speeds up the metabolism, helping to regulate the yellow bile and blood humours, while sour and sweet herbs, such as coriander and red clover, are heavier and have the opposite cooling effect, slowing down the metabolism and helping to regulate the phlegmatic and black bile humours.

Herbal Teas According to Traditional Persian Medicine
The East To West Lifestyle Co© Traditional Persian Medicine Tea Tonics Inspired by ancient Traditional Persian Medicine blends, each herb has been carefully selected and paired for your well-being. Our uniquely crafted speciality tea tonics are full of nutrient-rich herbs and fruits. Packed with antioxidants and important flavonoids with blood-cleansing capabilities to support the body’s natural detoxification system, our teas help regulate your body’s normal functions. Whether you’re looking for a mental boost to help you think clearly throughout the day or wanting to reduce stress and anxiety and improve your skin, memory and concentration, our tea tonics will rejuvenate you from within so you can feel your true best.

The Power of Herbs

Traditional Persian Medicine celebrates light as life, which is why plants are such a vital part of this natural healing practice. TPM teaches us that essential energy production takes place during the process of photosynthesis as plants draw nutrient-enriching light from the sun through their leaves. We then benefit from this process by imbibing these important nutrients in our herbal teas.

Herbs are essential: they strengthen and support weak tissue and are naturally occurring sources of nutrition in the form of vitamins, minerals and enzymes that, when combined properly, can have a deeply healing effect on the body.

The East To West Lifestyle Co© Traditional Persian Medicine Tea Tonics

Inspired by ancient Traditional Persian Medicine blends, each herb has been carefully selected and paired for your well-being. Our uniquely crafted speciality tea tonics are full of nutrient-rich herbs and fruits. Packed with antioxidants and important flavonoids with blood-cleansing capabilities to support the body’s natural detoxification system, our teas help regulate your body’s normal functions. Whether you’re looking for a mental boost to help you think clearly throughout the day or wanting to reduce stress and anxiety and improve your skin, memory and concentration, our tea tonics will rejuvenate you from within so you can feel your true best.

The East To West Lifestyle Co© Traditional Persian Medicine Tea Tonics Inspired by ancient Traditional Persian Medicine blends, each herb has been carefully selected and paired for your well-being. Our uniquely crafted speciality tea tonics are full of nutrient-rich herbs and fruits. Packed with antioxidants and important flavonoids with blood-cleansing capabilities to support the body’s natural detoxification system, our teas help regulate your body’s normal functions. Whether you’re looking for a mental boost to help you think clearly throughout the day or wanting to reduce stress and anxiety and improve your skin, memory and concentration, our tea tonics will rejuvenate you from within so you can feel your true best.
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Taste and Emotions

A herb’s taste is not incidental but directly responsible for much of its therapeutic value. Taste directly affects our nervous system through our breath (our life force) in the mouth, which is connected to the brain, and it is the heat of our breath that helps stimulate the gastric nerves and enhances the power of digestion, which is fundamental to our health.

According to Traditional Persian Medicine, there are six main tastes, and each has a corresponding emotion. Much like the food we eat, our emotions affect the body, according to their qualities of heat and moisture. Therefore, how we manage our emotions is just as important as how we manage our diet. The holistic mind, body and spirit science of TPM allows us to use herbs to restore imbalance from both a physiological and psychological perspective. Eating the right foods and drinks in the right amounts, at the right time, in the right way is vital for keeping our humours in balance and for our overall health.

There are bitter emotions, such as grief, or astringent emotions, such as fear, that aggravate those most who have a Melancholic temperament. There are sour emotions, such as envy, or pungent emotions, such as anger, that aggravate the more fiery Choleric temperament. The sweet emotions, such as desire, or salty emotions, such as greed, are believed to aggravate the Phlegmatic.

The Six Tastes and Their Corresponding Quality and Temperament

Each taste group has a different balancing physiological effect.

Taste  Temperament – Quality 
Salty  Hot and moist 
Insipid (bland, tasteless) Cold and moist
Pungent (spice, hot)           Hot and dry
Sweet Moist and hot
Sour  Cold and dry 
Bitter  Dry and hot 
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Types of Herbs and Their Therapeutic Actions

Analgesic
Natural pain reliever 
Adaptogenic Work as a stimulant to counteract stress and help improve the body’s adaptability. Have an overall tonifying effect.
Anti-inflammatory
Help reduce inflammation as well as treat digestive disorders, wounds and infections.
Astringent Cause body tissues to constrict and shrink. Control bleeding and secretions.
Bitter Herbs that taste bitter. Stimulating tonic through taste buds and reflex.
Carminative Soothe the gastrointestinal tract, helping to reduce bloating and flatulence.
Demulcent Rich in mucilage. Protect irritated or inflamed internal tissue. Contain properties that are cooling, soothing, healing and relaxing.
Diuretic  Increase secretion and elimination of urine. Particularly good for detoxification and cleansing the liver.
Expectorant Help remove excess mucous from the lungs. Tone and calm the respiratory system. 
Hepatic Herbs that aid the work of the liver. Strengthen and tone, promoting bile production.
Laxative Relaxant helping to stimulate the bowels to promote bowel movements.
Lymphatic Blood purifiers that can move lymph and increase lymphatic flow, helping to move and replenish oxygen and nutrients to tissues. 
Nervine Stimulants and relaxants that help nourish and support the central nervous system. Used to restore balance and restfulness in the body.

Damnoosh™️ Herbal Teas

For centuries, Persians have used the natural healing powers of herbs to create DamnooshTM tea tonics to maintain their temperament and restore any humoral imbalances within the body. Medicinal properties derived naturally from plants can come from many different elements, including leaves, roots, bark, fruit, seeds, skin, stems and flowers. In TPM medicinal and spiritual use, any parts of the plant might be considered ‘herbs’. The different parts of plants can contain various active ingredients that, when blended together, help nourish and heal the body.

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Damnoosh™️ Gut Detox Tea Tonic

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Damnoosh™️
Dandelion Root, Fennel & Cumin Gut Detox Tea Tonic

Traditional Persian Medicine looks to gut health as a strong indicator of our overall well-being. It’s believed most discomfort and disease starts from improper digestion, so great importance is placed on the direct link between our health and the metabolic strength of our digestion.

Our Damnoosh™️ Gut Detox tea tonic contains a combination of anti-inflammatory medicinal herbs and digestive bitters that cleanse your system naturally. The therapeutic properties of Cumin, Oat Flowering Tops, Cocoa and Aniseed help promote a healthy metabolism and improve your body’s ability to assimilate nutrients and eliminate toxins. Dandelion Root and Leaves act as natural prebiotics that improves digestion by promoting friendly bacteria within the gut. Fennel is a powerful herbal carminative, helping soothe the gastrointestinal tract and reduce bloating.

Taste: This deeply enticing combination of rich roasted Dandelion Root and bitter Cocoa Nibs is balanced by the sweet warmth of Aniseed and Fennel for a blend of beautiful complexity.

Brewing Instructions: Infuse one rounded teaspoon in freshly boiled water. Cover and steep for 8–10 minutes and drink. Feel free to add a little natural sweetener to taste.

Ingredients: Roasted Dandelion Root (45%), Fennel (25%), Aniseed, Cocoa Nibs, Dandelion Leaves, Oat Flowering Tops, Cumin (3%)

Gluten-Free & Caffeine-Free
All our ingredients are ethically sourced.
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100% Natural with no additives or preservatives.

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All our ingredients are Ethically Sourced, Suitable for Vegans and Gluten-Free.
Cruelty-Free & 100% Natural with no additives or preservatives.
Made in the UK
Packed in tin-tie, recyclable craft bags with heat-sealed Natureflex lining for extra freshness.
Tea alone cannot fight disease or improve health. Tea must be complemented with a lifestyle that incorporates regular exercise, plenty of sleep and a diet with antioxidant-rich vegetables and fruits, high-quality proteins and small amounts of fats and sugars.
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