Common chicory* (root) – France Alder buckthorn* (bark) – France Fennel* (fruit) – France Rosemary* (aerial part) – France Amla* (fruit) – Sri Lanka / India Marsh mallow* (root) – Croatia Haritaki* (fruit) – India Ginger* (rhizome) – Indonesia Fumitory* (aerial part) – France Long pepper* (fruit) – Sri Lanka / Nepal
*: From organic farming
– Rasa (taste): sweet, bitter and sour with a slight pungent aftertaste.
– Guṇa (quality): balanced, neither light nor heavy, dry nor unctuous.
– Vīrya (energy): cooling.
– Vipāka (result): pungent.
Use one tea bag of Dravata for 200ml of boiling water.
Steep 10 to 12 minutes.
Drink one to three cups a day.
To enhance the effect, you may add a teaspoon of raisins. Let them swell in the hot brew and eat them after your tea.
Based on the principles of Ayurvedic herbalism or “Dravya Guṇa“, Dravata is a synergy of plants that promotes transit. This preparation decreases Pitta and regulates Vāta in its Apāna form.
• Chew your food.
• During meals, focus exclusively on eating.
• Make sure your previous meal is digested before eating.
• Learn to breathe fully, and exercise daily.