Raja's Ayurveda coffee alternative. Ayurvedic coffee surrogate based on the same original recipe, a drink similar to coffee was prepared for the kings of ancient India (Rajas).
Raja's Cup is 100% caffeine-free and yet slightly invigorating, also stomach-friendly and well tolerated. The powder is very economical and is enough for around 100 cups. A truly royal drink!
Researchers warn against excessive consumption of coffee. Because coffee contains a highly effective and in large doses toxic alkaloid called caffeine.
This stimulates the adrenal glands to produce adrenaline, and the pulse and breathing accelerate. Blood pressure and alertness increase, blood sugar adversely affected, and stomach irritation.
Caffeine stimulates the nervous system and reduces the calming neurotransmitter serotonin.
A stress reaction AND an emergency reaction is triggered - even though we are only sitting at the computer in our office and want to take a break. coffee tastes primarily bitter and is thus a representative of the elements air and space.
Its primary properties are light, drying, stimulating and heating. The heating quality is created by the roasting process, which creates temperatures of 200-260 degrees. In relation to the three Dosha Coffee increases Vata and Pitta while lowering Kapha. It stimulates the body fire (Agni), clears the body pathways (Srotas) and stimulates the circulation. Even if coffee initially stimulates digestion shortly after consumption and leads to loose stools in many people, its drying effect causes constipation in the long term. Source: Ayurveda Journal
Preparation: Pour a small amount of Raja's Cup powder (1 serving spoon or ¼ - ½ teaspoon per cup) with boiling water; with or without a coffee filter, as you wish. Let it steep for 3 - 5 minutes. Or boil the powder in water or a water-milk mixture for 1-2 minutes and filter. Sweeten as desired.
Gesund bedeutet ein Gleichgewicht zwischen Körper, Geist und Seele. Oft ignorieren wir diese Weisheit des Ayurveda. Darauf folgen Beschwerden oder gar ernste Krankheiten - körperlich, geistig, seelisch.
Ayurveda MedizinerInnen behandeln sehr komplexe Krankheitsbilder und bereiten den Weg zu ganzheitlicher Genesung. Ayurveda MedizinerInnen werden auf höchstem Niveau mit eidgenössischem Diplom ausgebildet.
Empfehlung: Daher empfehlen wir Ihnen eine umfangreiche ayurvedische Anamnese (Prashna Pariksha genannt).