Cinnamon & Turmeric Tsheringma Tea, 25g, Menjong Sorig
Tsheringma Tea | Cinnamon & Turmeric Tea
This herbal tea is a blend of cinnamon (cinnamomum Zeylenicum) and Turmeric(curcuma longa). These two herbs are widely used since ancient times in many traditional medicine systems including Sowa Rigpa based Bhutanese traditional medicine system.
Overall this herbal tea has an anti-oxidant, tonic and rejuvenating properties. Cinnamon is used to maintaining good liver functions, clearing dampness and cold as well as to detoxify the body. Many studies indicate that turmeric has a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting properties. This natural herbal tea is particularly helpful for alleviating the mood swings associated with menstruation among many women due to hormonal changes.
Our ingredients are locally sourced thereby bringing direct benefits to the people who collect, grow and supply them. we partner, support and depend on the local women's group for making this product
- pour boiling water into the tea bag and allow to brew for a few minutes to get the best flavor and colour.
- Cinnamomum Zeylenicum bark
- Curcuma longa rhizome
- 25 x 1g sachets
- Length x Width x Height: 13cm x 7cm x 7cm
We also offer Guava Tea Infused with Tulsi, Avocado Tea by Gurjo Herbal Tea, Hibiscus Tea, Moringa Tea from Bhutan Herbal Tea, Ginger Moringa Infusion, Tulsi Moringa Infusion, Hibiscus Moringa Infusion, Rosehip Moringa Infusion, Due-tsi-ma by Bhutan Herbal Tea, Samdrupcholing Tea, Nyashing Jurma Tea, Lekden Healthy Tea, My Gakidh Village Tea, Saffron Herbal Tea, Bhutan Green Tea, Cordyceps Green Tea, Bhutan Agarwood Tea.
About the Producer
Menjong Sorig Pharmaceuticals,otherwise known as Pharmaceutical and Research Unit under the Institute of Traditional Medicine Services in the Ministry of Health, is the premier manufacturer of the traditional herbal-based medicines supplied to all the Hospitals in Bhutan. It is a place where the modern science and technology is married with the ancient traditional knowledge. It is located in Kawa Jangsa in the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu.
Traditional Medicinewas introduced as a part of the National Health Care System in 1967, when production of traditional medicines was started on a very low scale. In 1982, the production of traditional medicines was mechanized with the procurement of some basic grinding equipment with WHO support. By 1997, the cottage production unit was upgraded to a manufacturing unit as the Pharmaceutical and Research Unit (PRU) with modern equipment for production, research and quality control.
Thegso-ba rig-paprovides a comprehensive way of understanding the Universe, man, and his sicknesses and it is gaining popularity due to its holistic, rounded and profound approach in the treatment of human beings. The TM system with its unique philosophy and approach has a holistic approach in the treatment of human suffering and diseases. It not only considers in treating the disease and its causes but also considers the interdependency of man and nature and has spiritual components included in the treatment.