Are the herbs used in Satopradhan herbal teas grown organically? Do you have a certificate for the same?
The herbs used in Satopradhan herbal teas are sourced from organic farms across India. These farms follow organic farming practices, ensuring that the herbs are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. The herbs are naturally dried, hygienically cleaned, and thoughtfully packed to preserve their quality and freshness.
To ensure the authenticity of our organic claims, the resources from these farms undergo rigorous testing and have obtained organic certifications from reputable organizations such as FSSAI, Jaivik Bharat, APEDA, USDA Organic, and others. These certifications validate that the herbs used in our herbal teas are indeed grown organically, providing you with the assurance of their organic origin and quality.
How are Satopradhan herbal teas dried?
The herbs used in Satopradhan herbal teas are primarily dried using a natural shade-drying method. This traditional technique allows the herbs to dry slowly, preserving their flavours and essential properties. However, during the monsoon season or in ...
Do Satopradhan Herbal teas help in weight loss?
To address obesity, it's important to recognize that it is often associated with the accumulation of toxins in the body, which can manifest as excess fat in various areas. The key to addressing this issue is by eliminating these toxins, ultimately ...
When is the best time to consume herbal tea?
You can have herbal tea at any time of the day, depending on your preferences and the specific herbal tea you're drinking. Herbal teas are typically caffeine-free & are often enjoyed for their soothing and calming properties, making them suitable for ...
Can I keep herbal tea for 2 to 3 hours in the flask?
Indeed, you can conveniently transfer your fresh herbal tea into a thermal flask after filtering out the herbs. This simple step ensures that your herbal infusion remains at the perfect temperature for up to 2 to 3 hours. Thermal flasks are ...
While preparing my herbal tea, I found it to be a little bitter after boiling it, and therefore, I wanted to add some sweetener. Can I use stevia instead of jaggery powder as I heard that jaggery has more calories than stevia?
Yes, the tea will only turn out to be bitter if you boil the leaves. We do not suggest boiling it and request you to read our product label for instructions to use it before preparing the tea. You can use Stevia powder or dried stevia leaves because ...