Ayurveda Spice Mixtures

Ayurveda Parkschlösschen Bio-Gewürzmischungen

From the Parkschlösschen Ayurveda Cuisine

Vata Churna
This spice mixture is specially formulated to soothe the body and balance Vata. It is suitable for seasoning all foods that stimulate Vata (such as beans, lentils or cabbage) and can be added directly to the finished dish.

Content: cinnamon, cumin, coriander, fennel, ginger, Himalaya salt, Hing, liquorice root, thyme and turmeric. *FormularbeginnFormularende

Pitta Churna
Especially recommended during the hot season. This spice mixture reduces Pitta and soothes the organism. It has a cooling effect and is suitable for seasoning all foods that stimulate Pitta.

Content: cardamom, cloves, coriander, garlic, leek flocks, liquorice root, onion, sweet paprika and turmeric. *FormularbeginnFormularende

Kapha Churna
This stimulating spice mixture has been specifically designed to boost metabolism and balance Kapha. It is particularly suitable for seasoning heavy foods that stimulate Kapha.

Content: basil, bay leafs, chili, cinnamon, coriander, cumin, dill seeds, fennel, garlic and nutmeg. *FormularbeginnFormularende

* Of course, the Churnas are also excellent for dishes that do not increase special Doshas and can be used at any time to refine all dishes.

Cabbage Spice
This cabbage spice makes fennel and cabbage dishes easier to digest and also reduces their bloating effect and making the food more digestible.

Content: allspice, basil, bay leafs, black pepper, coriander, cumin, fennel, Himalaya salt, juniper berries, marjoram, mustard seeds, thyme and oregano.FormularbeginnFormularende

Dal Masala
This spice blend is especially suitable for Asian lentil and dal dishes. The Vata-reducing properties make legumes easier to digest.

Content: anise, coriander, cumin, fennel, garlic, mustard seeds, onion and turmeric.

Dessert Masala
The spice mixture for sweet food is particularly suitable for refining sweet dishes, such as rice pudding, millet or semolina pudding and other desserts. It reduces Kapha, which makes it easier to digest the food.

Content: cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, ginger and nutmeg.

Exotic Masala
This spice mixture tastes great with oriental dishes and can be used to refine vegetables and garnishes. The contained spices reduce Vata and Kapha and stimulate Pitta just a bit.

Content: allspice, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, cumin, coriander, fennel, pepper, peppermint and pippali.

Mild Curry
The curry spice mixture is particularly suitable for refining vegetable dishes of all kinds, such as eggplant curry or even potato and cabbage dishes making even heavy vegetable dishes easier to digest.

Content: celery, coriander, cumin, fenugreek seed, galangal root, ginger, garlic, leek flocks, onion, paprika and turmeric.

Spicy Vegetable Masala
Due to its spiciness this vegetable spice mixture boosts metabolism and balances Kapha. It is especially suitable for root vegetables, eggplant ragout, ratatouille and other vegetable dishes.

Content: anise, chili, coriander, cumin, garlic, mustard seed and paprika.

Sleeping Milk Spice Mixture
Ayurvedic sleeping milk is recommended for insomnia or problems sleeping through the night. It reduces Vata and Pitta in the mind as well as in the body and soothes the nerves. The Parkschlösschen spice mixture is simply boiled with milk and almond powder or mousse, sweetened as desired with agave syrup or palm sugar and drunk warm one hour before going to bed.

Content: cardamom, nutmeg and turmeric.

Tambul Spice Mixture
Tambul is traditionally chewed after meals in Ayurveda and provides a fresh breath. Thanks to its’ ingredients, Tambul naturally stimulates digestion and helps fight heartburn, even during pregnancy.

Content: cumin, fennel, Himalaya salt, lemon and sesame.

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Irina Fenov
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After completing her cultural studies degree at the University of Koblenz-Landau, Ms. Fenov began working in the press and marketing department of the Ayurveda Parkschlösschen in 2014. She is responsible for the Ayurveda Parkschlösschen Health Blog, social media, online marketing and supports press work and current projects.

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