Relief - Arana Natural Herbal Infusion
A Ceylon Green tea infused with the rich aromas of ginger, pepper, and Ayurvedic herbs. This infusion offers a robust, savoury character, blending turmeric, soursop, and curry leaves, leaving your palate refreshed and tingling with tropical goodness.
How to make a perfect brew
- Bring the water to a boil
- Use 220ml of water per tea bag
- Steep for 3-5 minutes, and enjoy your tea
Relief in a cup
Arana Relief is expertly crafted by Ayurvedic practitioners, drawing from ancient natural healing wisdom passed down through generations, even though not all aspects have scientific validation. Its ingredients are renowned as mental stimulants and fatigue alleviators.
Arana Relief is a robust infusion offering a rich aroma of natural ginger, pepper, and Ayurvedic herbs. It features a harmonious blend of turmeric, soursop, and curry leaves, creating a diverse palette of herbal flavors that refresh your senses. Complementing this infusion is the single estate Ceylon Green Tea, offering a herbaceous finish that tantalizes the palate.
Green tea and ginger act as mental stimulants, while moringa brings anti-inflammatory benefits. Soursop leaves combat stress, turmeric provides pain relief, and black pepper aids digestion. Finally, curry leaves bring antioxidant goodness. Experience the holistic power of nature in every sip.
Arana Relief comes in a pack of 20 biodegradable tagless teabags (not individually wrapped).
A cup for our Climate Reality Project
When you savor a cup of Dilmah, you're not just enjoying exceptional tea; you're actively contributing to the Climate Reality Project. Our Dilmah Conservation Climate Reality project is a nation-wide initiative aimed at fostering a crucial dialogue about climate change's impending challenges and how we can prepare for them.
Recognizing our responsibility as a business, we strive to comprehend this phenomenon and explore adaptive measures to help mitigate the catastrophic consequences of climate change. Our pioneering Dilmah Conservation Centre for Climate Change Research and Adaptation is the first private sector initiative dedicated to researching climate change and guiding planters and farmers in building resilience against increasingly extreme weather patterns.
Keep the tea stored in a cool, dark place. It is important when storing it to keep it away from warmth. Refrigerate if possible.
Ceylon Green tea (50%), Soursop leaves (10%), Ginger (10%), Turmeric (10%), Moringa (10%), Curry leaves (5%), Black pepper (5%). Packed in Sri Lanka from local ingredients.