Ayush Kwath Herbal Tea is renowned for its immune-boosting properties tea.



  • Holy basil leaves (Tulsi) – 4 parts
  • Cinnamon stick, stem or bark (Dalchini)  – 2 parts
  • Ginger root (Sunthi) – 2 parts
  • Black pepper (Krishna Marich) – 1 part


  • Dry roast the ingredients and grind them to make a fine powder.
  • Store this powder in an airtight container.
  • In 1 cup hot or boiled water, add 1/2 tsp of Ayush Kwath powder.
  • You can drink the blend as is, or prepare a stronger tea by boiling it for 2-3 minutes.
  • Add honey, lemon juice or jaggery to taste. Do not add honey to hot tea; wait until it is lukewarm.

About the author

  • Anuradha Gupta

    Anuradha “Anu” Gupta is a NAMACB Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Engineer, MBA, Meditator, Writer, 200hr Yoga Teacher and Ayurvedic Doctor. She serves as Guest Faculty Member, Content Specialist and AP Mentor at at Kerala Ayurveda Academy & Wellness Center. She also runs her own Ayurvedic practice, Ayurvedic Footprints.

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Ayush Kwath Herbal Tea Recipe