Carton aditi


16,00 the carton of 80 tea bags



Ayurvedic benefits

Based on the principles of Ayurvedic herbalism or “Dravya Guṇa“, Aditi is a synergy of plants that decreases Pitta and slightly Vāta in its action to better balance Kapha.
Kapha Dosha is the dosha that supports lactation through its “vehicle”: Rasa Dhātu.


Shatavari* (root) – India
Marsh mallow* (root) – France / Croatia
Fennel* (fruit) – France
Caraway* (fruit) – Germany / Austria / Egypt
Green Cardamom* (fruit and pod) – India / Guatemala
Angelica* (fruit) – France
Fenugreek* (seed) – India / France
Blessed Thistle* (aerial part) – France
Licorice* (root) – India / Spain / Italy / Egypt
Ginger* (rhizome) – Indonesia
Black pepper* (fruit) – Sri Lanka / India / Madagascar
Long pepper* (fruit) – Sri Lanka / Nepal

*: From organic farming


Rasa (taste): sweet and astringent with a slightly bitter after taste.
Guṇa (quality): unctuous and light.
Vīrya (energy): cold.
Vipāka (result): sweet.


Use a tea bag of Aditi for 200 ml of boiling water.
Steep 8 to 10 minutes.
Drink one to four cups a day.
May be consumed throughout the breastfeeding period.
If any doubt, consult a health care professional specialized in breastfeeding.

Vaidya's advice

Rest is an essential factor in breastfeeding women, mainly due to lack of sleep. Nevertheless, rest should be balanced: naps of more than half an hour should be avoided, especially after meals.
Also, do remain active during this period of your life. Daily moderate exercise will allow your digestive fire, your metabolism, to produce better milk. A daily minimum of half an hour of walking is required for this purpose.
Foods that are not part of your habits as well as those which are not local or in season should be avoided. Excess of salty, sour, fermented and all foods of “hot” nature should be avoided.
Finally, Ayurveda encourages direct contact with your child for a harmonious breastfeeding, especially in the first days after delivery.