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The proof is in the...tea. Each lollipop is made from the finest ingredients and at the center of it all is herbal tea. The use of herbs to maintain overall well-being is surely the oldest form of alternative medicine and, as a result, they have contributed a great deal to human health. Thus it is no surprise why we've selected herbal teas as our cornerstone.
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What’s up with what’s in a Dosha Pop?

Oh how we love herbal teas and spices! Traditionally, lollipops are full of artificial chemicals and corn syrup. This is why we’re such huge fans of the wholesome, tasty ingredients used in Dosha Pops. The Dosha Pops herbal teas and spices not only reach far and wide flavor-wise, but are a healthier hard candy alternative. Here is a guide to some of the herbal teas and spices that you see floating around in our favorite pops!

Turmeric
Turmeric is the spice that makes curry yellow. It has a deep rooted traditional use as an antioxidant, which may help the immune system fight off disease. Turmeric is also naturally anti-inflammatory, which means it may help repair damage in the body.

Ginger
Ginger is used holistically as a stomach aide and may help with nausea and indigestion. It’s also used as a great immunity booster and it may even help veer off the common cold.

Cardamom
Spicy green cardamom, native to India, is used in Ayurvedic health for mouth wellness. It can be chewed on as a possible remedy for mouth ulcers, bad breath and throat infections. Cardamom is also sometimes used to lower blood pressure.

Tulsi Tea
Tulsi tea is used as a mood booster, stress reliever and immune system support system. The citrusy properties of tulsi may help invigorate the body without overwhelming the senses while promoting health and emotional well being.

Hibiscus
Hibiscus flowers, which are commonly used to attract hummingbirds and butterflies so they don’t flock towards other plants, are known to offer benefits to the human body. The great effects of hibiscus tea may range from lowering blood pressure and improving cholesterol levels, to reducing anxiety. Hibiscus is also known for its sweet flavor that’s often used in tea blends to cover up more bitter tastes.

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Whether you’re a fiery Pitta, a strong Kapha or a free-flowing Vata, we’re sure these five herbal teas and spices are worth a try. It’s a whole world of tasty all natural treats, you never know where you’ll find your balance!

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