Spice Culture of Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
Ceylon Spices were very nearly an aphrodisiac for The Portuguese, Dutch and British. History records that The Portuguese held a stronghold, over the spice trade of then Ceylon. The tradition of considering Ceylon Spices like a wealth of Gold was followed by The Dutch too. After gaining independence in 1948, and being named Sri Lanka, the country is still considered the heaven of all spices.
Many Sri Lankan spices contain healing properties. All spices are used in food preparation and Sri Lanka is a country with rich and exotic dishes, spices are a key ingredient. The right combination of spices can elevate taste buds to another level. Sri Lankan spices are known to be used in herbal medicines, Ayurveda, modern medicinal technology, personal care and cosmetics by Sri Lankan and international manufacturers.
Health Benefits of Spices
Spices have been in use for centuries both for culinary and medicinal purposes. Spices not only enhance the flavour, aroma, and colour of food and beverages, but they can also protect from acute and chronic diseases. More people are considering the use of spices for medicinal and therapeutic/remedy use, especially for various chronic conditions. There is now ample evidence that spices possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antitumorigenic, anticarcinogenic, glucose & cholesterol-lowering, stress relief, weight control activities as well as properties that affect cognition and mood.
This Product is meant to be Fortified with spices that are proven to have excellent antioxidant properties and great, robust flavour. We have a specific ratio that we follow to make the spice blend. The flavours that make spices taste delicious are all aromatic compounds.
Cardamom, Cloves, Cinnamon, Ginger, Pepper, Fennel, Liquorice, Tulasi, Nutmeg, Star anise
Benefits of the Shai Tea Masala Powder
- Immunity Booster
- High Antioxidants
- Lowers Blood Pressure
- Regulates Diabetes
- Good for Heart
- Relieves Digestive Discomfort
- May Reduce Risk of Cancer
- Good for Liver
- Reduce Anxiety
- Improves Gut Health
- Relaxes Brain Activity
Add 1 teaspoon of tea leaves along with 1/2 a teaspoon of masala powder to a cup of boiling water. Wait for 2-3 minutes and add sugar and milk (if you prefer). Mix well and consume it. Enjoy!!!
|Price USD||4.05/50Tea Bags|
|Payment Terms||Advance Payment, LC, SilkPorts Trade Assurance|
|Shop Location||Jaela 11350, Sri Lanka|
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