NILOBESE Ayurvedic Herbal Tea For Weight Loss

NILOBESE  AYURVEDIC HERBAL TEA  for Weight Loss  and  Weight Management






  • Quantity – 100 gms in one jar. 
  • Dosage – 2.5 gms (1/2 tea spoon) two times daily before food.  Recommended duration of treatment for optimum results 8-12 weeks.
  • Side Effects – No side effects reported
Nilobese Tea for weight management has been formulated by qualified ayurvedic doctors of Moolika Ayurveda who have 30 years of clinical experience. This formulation has been approved by AYUSH and is being manufactured at GMP certified manufacturing unit. Nilobese ayurvedic weight management tea contains high-quality herbal extracts and the process is supervised by qualified ayurvedic doctors. It passes through a statutory quality control process.
What is Obesity?
Obesity is a global public health concern, with about 315 million people worldwide estimated to fall into the WHO defined obesity categories. India with its new age lifestyle in the urban area is also falling prey to this dreaded phenomenon. Nilobese herbal ayurvedic tea helps in weight management for persons who are pursuing a duly supervised weight loss program.
What is Obesity according to Ayurveda?
Obesity is defined as sthoulya in Ayurveda. Ayurveda acharyas explain the causes like avyayama (not exercising), divasvapa (sleeping in afternoons), Eating foods which are sweet, oily and starchy cause obesity. These lifestyles vitiate kapha, vata and medha dhatu or body fat which cause obesity.
Ayurvedic supplement for weight loss candidates:
Addressing obesity through ayurvedic weight loss methods is premised on adopting healthy eating habits and increasing physical activity. Ayurvedic herbs also help and supplement in the weight loss process.
Ayurveda acharyas recommend using herbs which have the following Ayurvedic pharmacological properties to address obesity and help in weight loss.
1. Ruksha (tissue drying properties): This quality helps to dry body fat.
2. Tikshna (sharp )- herbs with this property can penetrate deep-seated fat tissue and act on this tissue.
3. Ushna (hot potency)- This quality in a herb help to reduce the body fat.
4. Kapha vata hara – Herbs which normalise kapha and vata also normalise medha dhatu.
5. Lekhana (scraping)- Herbs which have this quality help to scrape body toxins and body fat.
6. Mutrala – Herbs which help in removing excess body water.
Nilobese ayurvedic weight management tea contains powder and extracts of following herbs which are eulogised for their benefits in treating sthoulya or obesity.
The Key ingredients of NILOBESE Ayurvedic Weight Management Tea
1. Triphala (Amla (Phyllanthus emblica), Haritaki(Terminalia Chebula),Vibhitaki(Terminalia bellirica))
2. Vidanga (Embelia Ribes)
3. Cinnamon(Cinnamon zeylanica)
4. Saunf or fennel seeds(Foeniculum vulgare),
5. Cardamom or Elaichi (Elettaria cardamomum)
6. Badi Elaichi or black cardamom(Ammomum subulatum)
Triphala :
Texts of Ayurveda (Bhava Prakasha) appreciate the health benefits of triphala as
Triphala normalises Kapha (Imbalance of Kapha dosha causes obesity ) and Pitta (Pitta is the major dosha which balances metabolism. Its imbalance can cause weight gain ). It is very helpful in diabetes management. Triphala improves digestion, strengthens agni (Agni controls body metabolism. Strengthening of agni improves body metabolism) and relieves constipation.
In a research conducted by a team have shown that administration of Triphala decreased total cholesterol, triglycerides, and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol in the experimental group compared with the control group. In a 12-week, double-blind, randomized placebo-controlled trial, human subjects treated with Triphala lost ∼5 kg compared with the placebo control group.
Vidanga :
Ayurveda acharyas explain health benefits of vidanga as:
The herb vidanga is described as being ‘hot’ in nature and is very ‘sharp’ in its qualities. It boosts agni and normalises digestion and metabolism. Vidanga controls kapaha and vata. (imbalance of vata and kapha leads to weight gain). Apart from these it also relieves abdomen pain, bloating and constipation.
In a study conducted by a team of researchers has shown the A single study reported the lipid or fat lowering capacity of vidanga. This study has also shown that vidanga can lower blood sugar level.
Ancient Ayurvedic texts explain Cinnamon’s medicinal properties as
The bark of cinnamon when has properties used to supplement alleviation of vata and kapha. This spice alleviates kapha. Medha dhatu or body fat reduces with balanced kapha. Hence acharyas recommend cinnamon to address obesity or sthoulya. It supports weight loss. It is light to digest, hot in potency and dries the body tissue. Ayurveda acharyas recommend this bark in indigestion, flatulence and bloating. It reduces stomach pain and relieves discomfort due to indigestion. Cinnamon is very helpful in diabetes. It helps to control fluctuating blood sugar levels.
There is plenty of research on positive effects of cinnamon in reducing blood pressure, plasma glucose, obesity and ameliorating dyslipidemia.
Mishreya – Fennel seeds – Saunf
In Bhava Prakasha the health benefits of fennel seeds are eulogised as :
Mishreya or saunf or fennel seeds normalise imbalanced vata and kapha. This process help in controlling accumulation of medha or body fat. Many obese people experience indigestion, bloating and flatulence. Fennel seeds help in good digestion, relieve bloating, flatulence and constipation. These seeds are being used for years by fasting women to suppress hunger pangs. Fennel seed suppress appetite and makes you feel comfortable. It helps for maintenance of healthy weight. Thus the hunger suppressing and medho dhatu (body fat) controlling activity of this herb help persons who are willing to lose weight.
Appetite controlling has been the main strategy for regulating food intake and energy balance in obesity treatment. A team of scientists have conducted a study on obese Korean women to assess the effectiveness of fennel seeds in supressing appetite. The aim of this study was to examine the effects of drinking fennel tea on the subjective appetite in overweight Korean women.
Small Cardamom or Green Cardamom
Supplemental value of small cardamom is appreciated as
Cardamom alleviates vata and kapha which are major cause for imbalance of body fat. Few obese persons suffer from less urine production (mutrakruchrata), haemorrhoids (arsha) and difficulty to breathe (shwasa) . Cardamom relieves all these symptoms.
A research on supplementation of cardamom powder to analyse prevention of obesity, improvement in glucose intolerance, and relief in inflammation and oxidative stress in liver was conducted by a team of scientists to obtain satisfactory results [5]  There is another research which highlights the effect of cardamom supplementation on serum lipids, glycemic indices and blood pressure in overweight and obese pre-diabetic women.
Badi Elaichi or black cardamom(Ammomum subulatum) or Brihadela
The ayurvedic health benefits of Black cardamom are explained as
Black Cardamom or Badi ilaichi is hot in potency. It dries the tissues and balances vata and kapha which inturn balance medha dhatu or body fat which cause sthoulya or obesity. Obese people usually experience itching of skin. This spice relives itching, eases breathe and reduces thirst.
How to prepare Nilobese Weight Management Tea
Boil 1 cup of water. Switch off the stove. Add 1 spoon full (provided with the container) of Nilobese Tea to water. Cover the utensil and allow the herbs to steep. Leave it as it is for 5 minutes.
Take 1 spoon full (approx. 5g) of Nilobese Tea. Boil it with 100ml of water for 3 minutes with the utensil covered.
Filter it. Tea is ready. Allow it to cool till it becomes lukewarm. Enjoy it sip by sip. Add some lemon juice and honey according to your taste, if you find it necessary.
Take it in the morning & before going to bed.

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