Botanical Name : Nelumbo Nucifera
Tamil Name : தாமரை / Thamarai, Chenthaamarai, Taavarai
English Name : Indian Lotus Flower
Hindi Name : कमल / Kamal
Malayalam Name : താമര / Tamara
Telugu Name : తామర, తామర పువ్వు / Tamara, Tamara Puvvu
The Lotus flowers have physical healing properties and it is being a great spiritual symbolism so it has been used as ayurvedic medicine in the 5,000-year-old medical system in India. Lotus flowers are usually represented as Hindu idols and you can also see it in many Hindu arts in addition to these it also has an important place in Ayurveda. The flower is an aquatic perennial that floats on the river surface. Their roots will reach down to the bottom of the river.
Whole Nutrients -Drinking this fermented tea can improve overall health what iron and vitamin supplements do. Because lotus flower is a natural source of many of these vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.
Diabetes – It reduces blood sugar levels so used for diabetes.
Fatty Liver – Tea from lotus powder also helps heal fatty liver disease.
Stress – Lotus flower tea is relaxing, soothing, sedative, and helps with anxiety and bringing about a peaceful feeling.
GI Tract – Lotus flower decoction treats diarrhea, gas, and cramps and soothes away inflammation.
Acid Reflux – Lotus flower tea treats acid reflux, reducing stomach acid, and soothes away gastric ulcers. Tea fermented from this flower used to treat acid reflux and gastric ulcers.
Lower Blood Pressure – Lotus leaf tea is also a good vasodilator helping to reduce blood pressure.
Lower Cholesterol – Preparing a tea of lotus flowers and leaves is great for reducing cholesterol. It prevents the absorption of fats and thus helps reduce cholesterol and trigs.
Antioxidants – Lotus flowers have some powerful antioxidants like neferin, nuciferine, demethyl coclaurine, and lotusine which aid to prevent cancer, strokes, and cardiovascular disease.
Fertility – Men who suffer from premature ejaculation and menstruation can get the best out of the lotus tea.
Heat – Various traditional remedies ensure the use of lotus leaf tea as a remedy for summer heat syndrome.
Skin – In ayurvedic medicine, lotus flowers are coated in the skin as a paste, thereby moisturizing and enriching the skin and turning it into youthful-looking skin.
Vitamin C – Lotus flowers contain Vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant to help prevent diseases like heart disease, stroke, and cancer.
Vitamin B – These vitamins in lotus flowers play an important role in fertility and help to create a mild mood.
Iron – Lotus flowers are especially recommended for people with anemia because they contain iron that can control anemia.
Phosphorus – Not only Iron but also phosphorus is present in lotus flowers which stabilize the bones and make it strong.
Heart Health – Lotus leaves contain enough antioxidants to increase blood flow to the heart and reduce blood pressure.
Anti-Inflammatory – Lotus leaf tea is an excellent anti-inflammatory that helps with redness, swelling, and pain… associated with arthritis and other inflammatory diseases.
Weight Loss – Lotus leaves prevent the absorption of carbs that can increase metabolism, thus eliminating unwanted fat from the body. It also increases L-carotene metabolism.
Antibacterial and Anti-Fungal – Ringworm can kill the fungus by damaging the lotus leaves. And studies show that it works well for athletes ’feet.
Linoleic Acid – Lotus flowers contain linoleic acid, cancer, which can control your heart disease, weight loss, diabetes, arthritis, and boost your immune system.
There are no side effects in using this product, and you can consider the medical advice for the usage of this product during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methods
All herbs are 100% naturally harvested, dried, and pulverized without the chemical interactions that assure the natural herb powders.