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Introducing a range of excellent Tibetan herbal teas from the Men-Tsee-Khang Institue in Dharamsala, India. Men-Tsee-Khang was first established in Lhasa, Tibet in 1916 by H.H. the Thirteenth Dalai Lama. On the 23rd March 1961 H.H. the Fourteenth Dalai Lama re-established Men-Tsee-Khang in Dharamsala, to preserve and promote the ancient system of Tibetan medicine and healing.

Sorig Tibetan herbal teas are based on the traditional Tibetan healing system which seeks to balance the three bodily humours:

Loong is a manifestation of the Air element and is responsible for physical and mental
activities, respiration, expulsion of bodily wastes, speech and gives clarity to sense
organs. It is characterized as rough, light, cold, subtle, hard and mobile.

Tripa is a manifestation of the Fire element. It is responsible for hunger, thirst, digestion
and assimilation. It promotes bodily heat, gives luster to the skin and provides courage and
determination. Tripa is characterized by traits which are oily, sharp, hot, fetid, purgative
and fluid.

Bad-Kan is a manifestation of Earth and Water. It is cold in nature and is characterized as
oily, cool, heavy, blunt, smooth, firm and sticky.

All natural herbal teas with no caffeine. Just add hot water!
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Sorig Everyday Tea
SORIG EVERYDAY TEA ~ 20 BAGS
Our Price: £7.95

Raab-Ga-Yangzin Tea
Everyday Tea Sorig

Everyday Tea is a special blend that Tibetans have long prized for its beneficial healing properties: red current balances the body energies and promotes inner harmony, wild rose promotes relaxation, wild saffron promotes the health of the skin and ginger is believed to aid digestion.

This tea is caffeine-free and may be taken as a beverage as many times as required.

Ingredients: Rubus hoffmeitterianus, symplocos paniculata Roxb, Rhododendron sp, Carthamus tinctorius, Elettaria cardamomum, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Glycirrhiza glabra, Eugenia caryophyllata, Rosa sp, Mentha spicata
SORIG TRIPA TEA ~ 20 BAGS
SORIG TRIPA TEA ~ 20 BAGS
Our Price: £7.95

Sorig Tripa Tea
20 Bags

Tibetan Sorig Tripa tea contains soothing herbs. These herbs have been blended according to Tibetan tradition and age old practice to help bring harmony to our body. This tea assists in balancing excesses resulting from overindulgence in fatty, sour or salty foods. It balances the inner and outer body energies, maintaining inner coolness and digestive harmony.

This tea is caffeine-free and can be taken as many times as desired.

Ingredients: Rubus sp, Symplocos paniculata, Camelia theifera, Cuminum cyminum, Rosa bronunii, Carthamus tinctorius, Mentha sylvesstris, Glycirrhiza glabra

Sorig Loong Tea
SORIG LOONG TEA ~ 20 BAGS

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Sorig Loong Tea
20 Bags

Tibetan Sorig Loong Tea is formulated to counteract excessive “Loong” – the wind energy which can leave us feeling fatigued and under pressure. According to Tibetan tradition, a healthy body requires the body energies to be balanced and in harmony. Sorig Loong Tea is a carefully selected blend of relaxing Tibetan herbs and spices. Designed to soothe and refresh body energies and enhance peace and well being.

Ingredients: Rhododendron sp, Carum carvi,Myristica fragrans, Illicium verum, Zingiber officinalis, Piper longum

SORIG BADKHAN TEA ~ 20 BAGS
SORIG BADKHAN TEA ~ 20 BAGS
Our Price: £7.95

Sorig Badkhan Tea
20 Bags

This tea is best taken in the morning at the start of a busy day because of its invigorating and refreshing qualities. Improper diet such as an excessive intake of sweet foods, refrigerated foods and beverages, untimely meals and fasting, over exposure to humidity, cold water and the elements combine to aggravate Badkan. The special combination of Tibetan herbs and spices used in this tea helps to promote warmth and aid digestion. It can be taken after meals or during cold days as well as in the morning.

Ingredients: Rhododendron sp, Punica granatum, Trachyspermum copticum, Zingiber officinalis, Nigella sativa, Ellatera cardamomum, Camelia theifera