Ayurveda Water


Ayurveda is the 5000-year-old Indian science of life that speaks of a connected world. Good health is achieved when the mind, body and spirit are in harmony with this universe. The ancient texts state that all substances found in nature have medicinal value. The purpose of these herbs, plants and fruits is to bring the out of balance factors into harmony once again, thereby eliminating the cause of disease.


Ayurveda Water contains natural spring water with Ayurvedic plants, fruit and botanicals that support the body in its natural process of balancing, thus maintaining health. Life as we know it is not going to slow down. Ayurveda Water contributes to your holistic balance to stay one step ahead of the game.

Ayurveda Water: Amla & Tulsi


Amla and Tulsi are two of the most powerful ingredients in Ayurveda. Both have been used by many cultures around the world for thousands of years.


Tulsi, also known as “Holy Basil” described in the Vedas as the most sacred holy plant of India is also called the “wonder herb”.


Amla (Indian gooseberry) literally means, “sour” and grows throughout India. Other Sanskrit names for Amla – names meaning “mother”, “nurse” and “immortality” are a testament to the healing capacity of this fruit.


This drink combines natural extracts of Amla and Tulsi with spring water to create a healthy cooling drink. The antimicrobial properties of Tulsi (holy basil) combined with the anti-ageing properties of Amla (Indian gooseberry) can:

  • Soothe the body

  • Boost immunity

  • Combat skin ageing

  • Enhance food absorption

  • Reduce stress

  • Improve metabolism

  • Reduce common colds

  • Improve skin health

Ayurveda Water: Ginger & Honey

Ginger is a very well known spice and commonly used in almost all cuisines around the world.  It is probably one of the world’s favorite natural medicines and has numerous benefits.


Honey is one of the finest sources of heat and energy. Truly, Honey is a super food, a nectarian delight and an effective healing agent all in one.


The stimulating properties of ginger combined with the restorative powers of honey in natural spring water make for an instant shot of rejuvenation and can:

  • Relieve common colds

  • Reduce nausea

  • Detoxify the system

  • Purify blood

  • Improve digestion

  • Refresh and soothe the body

  • Boost energy

Ayurveda Water: Saffron

Saffron is a royal spice.  Coming from the dried stigmas of the saffron crocus, it takes 75,000 blossoms or 225,000 handpicked stigmas to make a single pound, which explains why it is the world’s most expensive spice.

The nourishing properties of Saffron can:

  • Improve skin complexion

  • Nourish the tissue

  • Boost immunity

  • Purify blood

  • Lower cholesterol

Ayurveda Water: Blackcurrant, Apple & Mint

Blackcurrant is considered as a valuable fruit due to its high medicinal value and high content of polyphenol and antioxidants.


Rich in fiber, apples are one of the most popular and delicious fruits on the planet, which have been cultivated for thousands of years.


Mint is a cooling herb, with a sweet taste and a pungent aftertaste. It is often associated with freshness and taste.


The energising properties of Apple, the anti-oxidative properties of blackcurrant and the soothing properties of mint combined with natural spring water can:

  • Detoxify the system

  • Refresh the body

  • Boost energy

  • Soothe the body