you already discovered Yogi Tea

By | April 13, 2016

With Yogi Tea you can put more than just tea, it can also be used in many recipes. In the coming weeks I will post several recipes on the page where Yogi Tea is processed.

What exactly is Yogi Tea

This tea is from the best ingredients assembled, they are grown in a controlled biological environment and therefore it is a 100% organic tea. This Ayurvedic tea is an experience in which sensory pleasure comes together with a balanced approach to our overall well-being. At this time grows Yogi Tea checked everywhere and 70 herbs and spices that are 100% organic. These herbs and spices are used in a variety of delicious combinations in their delightful tea. Even the names give the tea something extra. So you have Himalayas, Women’s balance sheet but Forever Young and many other species.


Ayurveda means “knowledge of life” and has been a way of life in ancient India more than 5000 years. Today, the Ayurvedic way of life still applicable and there are many people around the world who live according to the Ayurvedic principle.

Every being is unique and examines on the basis of doshas which elements you apply. There are Vata, Pita and Kapha. It preserves and restores the unique balance of life as we use the right foods and spices for our dosha apply.

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Yoga belongs to Yogi Tea also if you are on their site looks see all exercises that give us happiness, peace, energy. They also say that Yoga your life enriched by the positive effects of yoga. Find exercises that suit your mood, relax your mind and find balance in your body. Each recipe in their cookbook a yoga exercise is given which fits in very well with.

Yoga for purification

Make your mind blank while you clean your body. Sit cross-legged or on a chair with your feet flat on the floor. Breathe deeply and exhale completely. Breathe out as long as possible while alternately withdraw your navel and relaxes. Do this for 1 to 3 minutes. Get as needed breath again.


Ginkgo Pesto sauce with walnuts


25 grams of walnuts

50 ml of hot water

1 bag of Yogi Tea Ginkgo

2 grams of green leafy vegetables (porcelain, spinach)

What Himalayan salt

pinch of pepper

1 teaspoon lemon juice

How to make pesto

Let one bag Yogi Tea Ginkgo about 5 minutes withdraw the hot water.

Then remove the bag and let cool tea

Put the walnuts along with tea, vegetables, salt, lemon into the blender.

Mix everything until creamy.


It is possible to also find some more spice to do if you find something too bland taste. Be aware that fits the spices in your dosha. You can also use walnuts or cashews. Be creative.

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