Did you know that drinking the right amount of fluids can hydrate our cells and keep our body and brains feeling alert and energized through the day? One such drink that is a must is the CCF tea. CCF stands for Cumin, Coriander and Fennel. This detox drink has loads of advantages, it keeps you off caffeine, keeps you hydrated, works well to keep your digestive health intact and also helps to get rid of the toxins from your body. In addition, these three spices are packed with loads of benefits as well:
- Cumin Seed – This is one of the spices that is used in most Indian cuisine because it promotes a better digestive health. It also helps to cleanse and detox the body of toxins. Including the spice in your diet can help to keep indigestion and cramps at bay. It also helps to reduce gas and absorbs minerals from the intestines thus eliminating toxins from your body.
- Coriander Seeds – This spice is known to help balance the three doshas and it has a cooling effect on the body because it helps to reduce the heat and acidic levels in the stomach. It is also an excellent spice that helps to reduce congestion and eases joint pains.
- Fennel Seeds – This spice is often eaten at the end of a meal to support digestion.
Nicknamed CCF tea, Cumin, Coriander and Fennel Tea is one of the simplest and most famous formulas for detoxification, weight loss, and burning up that excess of spring moisture.
The revitalizing yet mild blend gets right to the point, helping to warm up your circulation and clear out water retention. Its flushing action simultaneously cleanses the urinary tract and reduces water weight.
With a hint of Peppermint this tea with a pleasing taste has been perfectly crafted to satisfy your stomach. It helps improve digestion, unclogs the channels in the body to remove waste products and helps break down fat for weight loss.
CCF Tea is a traditional Ayurvedic tonic enjoyed before or during meals to encourage a healthy appetite, and after eating to support a comfortable digestive experience
DIRECTIONS: Put 1 Pyramid Tea Bag of Ayurvedic Digestion CCF Tea in a cup. Pour boiling water into the cup. Cover the cup and let it steep for three to four minutes. Strain and serve. Preferred without milk.