Traditional Tea Knowledge Meets Ayurveda Approach

Traditional Tea Knowledge Meets Ayurveda Approach

Ayurveda, the science of life, has its origins in India and is seen as the most historical approach to healthy living. The word Ayurveda is put together from the Sanskrit words of AYUS (life) and VEDA (knowledge).

Ayurveda is based on the five elements of nature: earth, water, fire, air and space. These powers are manifested in human bodies by the three Doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha.


Teahouse Ronnefeldt and the European Academy for Ayurveda, the well-known Rosenberg-Institute, have initiated a joint venture with the aim to combine excellent tea quality and taste with the soothing effect of ayurvedic therapies.


Enjoy our outstanding tasting teas and find your inner balance with a variety of infusions that will bring a harmonious balance to your character.


Vata – air….space


Keep on Going (organic) – herbal infusion – Dosha Vata

Intensive endurance – a motivating kick with a blend of herbs and oriental spices.

Coriander and rosemary, blended with spicy cinnamon, gets your energy going. Sporty people appreciate the combination of vitality plus calming character of this infusion. The taste is mildly ethereal and slightly tart to finish.

Ayurvedic information: Keep on Going is balancing Vata and strengthening Agni, the metabolism; mentally calming and strengthening, vitalising the body.



Stay in Balance (organic) – herbal infusion – Dosha Vata

Take time out from everyday life. Spoil yourself with fine notes of chocolate and fragrant lavender. Helps to master stress and strengthens your nerves. This tea hints of hot chocolate with a touch of lavender, underlined with fine elderberry flowers and sweet dates. Lean back, calm down and enjoy this soothing drink.

Ayurvedic information: Stay in Balance reduces Vata.



Pitta – fire….water


Feel Beauty (organic) – herbal infusion – Dosha Pitta

True beauty comes from within. Feel Beauty is a graceful blend of delicate vanilla and oriental spices. The look of beautiful petals and herbs delights the eye, whereas the fragrance tempts your senses with sweet freshness and spicy notes. An ideal beverage after Yoga, Wellness or a relaxing bath – it will restore inner balance.

Ayurvedic information: Feel Beauty balances all Doshas, calming for Pitta and Vata.


Light my Fire (organic) – herbal infusion – Dosha Pitta

Ignite your inner fire. A passionate marriage of spicy ginger, fruity lemon and refreshing mint, Light my fire is the perfect cup for the morning. Perfectly balanced ingredients like ginger and pepper give a warming feel whilst lemon and mint refresh and cool at the same time.

Ayurvedic information: Light my fire balances Pitta and strengthens Agni (the metabolism).


Kapha – Earth ….water


Free your Mind (organic) – herbal infusion – Dosha Kapha

Just relax. A dreamlike symphony of herbs and spices with a fine liquorice note. This infusion will keep your head clear: Soothing herbs including thyme, peppermint and cloves revive and free your mind. Particularly recommended if you need to clear your thoughts.

Ayurvedic information: Free your mind reduces Kapha and Vata.



Let it Go (organic) – green tea and herbal blend – Dosha Kapha

Let go and enjoy. Characterful green tea and mild spices create a feeling of ease and wellbeing. This spicy blend calms with cumin, anise and the sweetness of fennel. Slightly tart Gunpowder green tea creates a counterbalance making this cup light and relaxing.

Ayurvedic information: Let it Go reduces Kapha, balances Vata and Pitta, strengthens Agni.



About the Three Doshas

Vata: the principle of movement. The elements are air and space

Humans with a high percentage of Vata are often of a light build. With your Vata in balance you feel energetic, happy, enthusiastic and creative. The mind is calm, clear and awake.


Pitta: the principle of implementation. The elements are fire and water

Relating to the brain Pitta represents a sharp intellect and emotions. If your Pitta is in balance, it creates charisma, energy, good articulation, strong metabolism, the correct body temperature and a clear mind.


Kapha: the principle of stability. The elements are earth and water

Kapha-humans are characterised by a strong body and a calm nature. Balanced Kapha gives satisfaction, endurance, a good immune system, patience and physical stability.


1st April 2016

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