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Love Tea Pitta Tea

Love Tea Pitta Tea

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This Ayurvedic herbal blend has been designed by Love Tea's naturopath to support and balance the pitta dominant constitution. People who are pitta dominant are typically of medium build, ambitious, intelligent, passionate leaders and perfectionists. Out of balance this dosha can be prone to becoming hot, jealous, or angry with poor digestion. This blend includes herbs such as rose, spearmint, and cardamom traditionally used to help harmonise, cool and balance.
Frequently Bought With:

Love Tea Mug Infuser

Love Tea Calming Tea


Fennel offers support for the digestive system.

Spearmint and peppermint offer a cooling quality, to help balance excess heat.

Ginger supports digestion to help reduce digestive imbalance.

Cardamom balances the doshas and offers digestive support.

Hibiscus and rose offer cooling properties to help balance excess heat.

Licorice offers sweet and cooling properties to help balance pitta, supports the adrenal glands and digestive function.

How to Use

How to brew Pitta tea:
Loose leaf
Place a heaped teaspoon (2.5 grams) of tea per cup (250ml) into a teapot or infuser. Add filtered water at 75°C – 85°C and allow to infuse for 3 – 5+ minutes. Strain the tea and serve.

Pyramid tea bags
Place 1 pyramid into a cup (250ml) and add filtered water at 75°C – 85°C. Allow to infuse for 3 – 5+ minutes, and then remove the bag and serve.

Our Pitta blend doesn’t contain caffeine and can be enjoyed any time of day.


Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza Glabra), Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare), Peppermint (Mentha Piperita), Spearmint (Mentha Spicata), Cardamom (Elettaria Cardamomum), Rose (Rosa Centifolia), Ginger (Zingiber Officinale), Hibiscus (Hibiscus Sabdariffa)


Our ingredients for this blend are sourced from Egypt, India and Guatemala – and hand packed with care, by Love Tea, in Victoria, Australia.

The clear pouch that holds our Pitta tea is not made from plastic. It is made from a renewable plant-based cellophane, which can also easily be home composted and will break down in a few short months if composted correctly.

The cardboard is made from post-consumer recycled board, is printed with vegetable-based inks and can also be home composted after use where it will break down in a few short months if composted correctly.

Our pyramid tea bags are also not made from plastic. They are made from a biodegradable, non-GMO, plant-based material called Soilon, which meets all compostability standards in Japan, North America and Europe. However it is important to note, they will definitely take longer than other compost items to decompose. The material manufacturers recommend commercial composting as a quicker alternative to address this longer time of breakdown.

If you are looking for the most environmentally friendly option, we will always recommend drinking loose leaf tea.

About Love Tea

Love Tea is a female-founded brand based in Melbourne.

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Love Tea Pitta Tea

You will love our Pitta blend if,
you feel you resonate most with the Pitta dosha. Pitta dominant individuals are typically of a medium, athletic build, they are energetic, ambitious, and passionate leaders. Out of balance, they are prone to becoming heated, jealous, and angry with poor digestion. This blend includes herbs such as rose, spearmint and fennel, traditionally used to help cool, harmonise and balance the Pitta dosha.

Giving back

$1 from every order is donated to Happy Boxes Project. A beautiful organisation that supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and young girls through providing self-care packages and alleviating the barriers of accessing basic needs in remote communities. Visit Happy Boxes to find out more.