Frequently Asked Questions

Do Roshi's products contain caffeine?

Some of our herbal teas have Green tea, which naturally contains very low caffeine levels. But the herbal teas without green tea in it are naturally caffeine free.

What do you mean by 'Whole herbs'?

The whole herbs are usually dried and preserved naturally, providing the fullest spectrum of each plant’s unique phytochemical signature. They are much safer than artificial extracts that may use harsh chemicals in the soaking solvent and be unsafe for consumption.

Do your teabags use staple pins?

We do not use stapled tea bags, as it could potentially lead to serious health implications.

Are Roshi's herbal tea variants safe for pregnant women?

We recommend that pregnant women should consult with their doctors and take advice before using any kind of herbal supplements, including Roshi's products.

What is the shelf life of Roshi tea?

Herbal Tea is fit for consumption even after twenty-four months, though it may lose some of its flavors. Please refer to the package for further information on this aspect.

Are Roshi's products safe for children?

Kindly consult a health care professional before adding any supplement to your child's wellness regimen. We do not recommend our products to anyone below the age of 18.

What is Ayurveda?

The 5,000-year-old Ayurvedic medical system originated in India and is one of the world's oldest health modalities. 'Ayurveda' stems from two Sanskrit words — 'Ayuh' meaning "life" and 'Veda' meaning 'science' or 'wisdom.' Ayurveda is based upon the ancient Vedic texts that teach us to live in balance with nature by following natural rhythms.

Does water quality influence the taste of the tea?

Tea usually has an exquisite flavor that can easily be ruined by 'hard' water. It's advisable to either use spring water with a low mineral content or filtered water to make sure that you enjoy a delicious cup of tea every single time.

How do I make the perfect cup of tea?

Much like cooking, tea infusion is a science itself. Tea quantity, water temperature and brewing time all play a vital role in ensuring the best from your cuppa. All of these factors may vary, depending on the type of tea you use – Please refer to the packaging for brewing instructions.

What is the difference between Green tea and Herbal Tea?

True teas, including green tea, black tea and oolong tea, are brewed from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant. On the other hand, Pure herbal teas or Tisanes are made from dried fruits, flowers, spices or herbs.This means herbal teas can come in a wide range of tastes and flavors and make a tempting alternative to sugary beverages or water. There is another category which is the Herbal green tea which contains Green tea along with beneficial herbs and spices.