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June 27, 2011 at 12:07 PMComments: 0 Faves: 0

The Search for a Coffee Substitute

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The Search Began...

I've always loved coffee. The rich taste, the alluring aroma, and all the delicious combinations with yummy things like steamed milk in a cappucinno or with cream and sugar in ice cream. But unfortunately, I had to give it all up.

Why? Well, the more I read about the devasting effects ofcaffeineon the body and the naturally high acidity of the beverage, the more I became convinced that I had to kick my "habit." I reluctantly resigned myself to a life without the rich taste I had become accostomed to each morning.

But then an idea came. Why give it up, when I can just find asuitable substitute? Thus began the 3 year quest which culminated in the creation of the Ayurvedic Roast blend.

Does It Really Taste Like Coffee?

Nothing tastes exactly like coffee, except coffee itself, but Ayurvedic Roast has a lot of the alluring aroma, rich taste, and soothing "dark roast" texture that you have fallen in love with while drinking coffee.

When compared with other coffee alternative products, customers frequently mention that Ayurvedic Roast has a smoother taste and an earthier, fuller bouquet. They also remark on the freshness of it. This could be because all batches are roasted fresh on a weekly basis!

So does thiscoffee substitutetaste exactly like coffee? No. Does it taste delicious and have health benefits to boot? YES.

What Are the Health Benefits?

Besides the immediate health benefit eliminating caffeine, this unique blend features three of the most revered herbs from Ayurveda, the oldest system of natural self health care in the world.

The herbs used are:

  • Ashwagandha:Commonly known as the the "ginseng of India". This amazing herb promotes strength and stability in the overall functioning of the physiology, in addition to being an anti-oxidant. It builds upimmunity and strength, and calms the mind and body*.
  • Shatavari: This has many of the benefits of Ashwagandha, along with balancing and augmenting its beneficial effects.
  • Brahmi:This is the most common herb used in Ayurveda to lessen mental strain and worry. It also helps increase intelligence and clarity. In combination with the other 2 herbs, it has a soothing effect on the mind.

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