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Chai Tea Masala - Powder Mix

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Each pack of Chai Up’s masala chai tea contains the perfect combination of cloves, green cardamom seeds, basil, ajwain, cardamom, fennel seeds, ginger powder, cinnamon, oregano, and licorice plant. All these ingredients entail just the right amount to create the perfect recipe which is why Chai Up has decided to do all the hard parts of the brewing process so all you need to do is mix and enjoy!

The Benefits of Masala Chai

Masala chai is widely known for its supposed health benefits but just what is it about the ingredients that make it so? For the most part, Masala chai is known to boost immunity, aid in digestion, it can increase energy, detoxifies, and reduces inflammation.

Masala chai is known to be a healthier alternative to coffee. Despite the lower caffeine content, Masala chai is better at improving overall health and can even prevent the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Because of the antioxidant properties found in the tea, it’s absolutely okay to drink Chai Up Masala chai everyday.

Let’s dive deep into every ingredient in Chai Up’s Masala chai tea mix and see their benefits!

Black Cardamom Seeds

Black cardamom has the best benefits for one’s digestive system. Its pharmacological and physiological properties have recently been identified. There are essential oils present in black cardamom and stomachic properties that promote appetite and assist in digestion. If you need to manage vomiting, indigestion problems, some abdominal pain, stomach ulcers, rectal disease, or excessive bile excretion, black cardamom can definitely help. 

Green Cardamom Seeds

Studies show that cardamom could be helpful for those who suffer from high blood pressure with its rich antioxidant and diuretic properties. This slightly sweet spice that originates from India even has compounds that could potentially help fight cancer cells.

Cardamom is often mixed with other spices that relieves nausea and discomfort. Not only that, cardamom also helps in oral health by treating bad breath and even prevents cavities!


Native to the Maluku Islands of Indonesia, cloves are a commonly used spice in not just food and drink but even in fragrances. Cloves are abundant in antioxidants and contain compounds that fight free radicals which commonly cause chronic health problems.

This sweet aromatic spice contains fiber, vitamins, and minerals such as Manganese that helps maintain brain function and even strong bones.


Basil is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine and improves not just physical but even mental health. There are compounds in basil that can alleviate anxiety and depression. It also increases brain function by allowing you to think clearer and lowers the risk of age-related memory loss. Similar to other ingredients in Masala Chai, basil also acts as an antioxidant  that helps alleviate a multitude of health problems like cancer, heart disease, and even arthritis or diabetes. 


Ajwain is known for many other names such as Trachyspermum Ammi, ajowan caraway, omam, thymol seeds, bishop’s weed, and carom. There are active enzymes present in ajwain that help indigestion, bloating, and gas because it improves the flow of stomach acids once ingested.

Commonly used in Indian cuisine, ajwain are nutritious, rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Among its many benefits are its powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties and its a common household remedy for digestive problems. Ajwain extract also helps combat peptic ulcers which are found in the esophagus, stomach, and small intestine.

Fennel Seeds

Fennel seeds greatly benefit new mothers who have problems with breastfeeding. They are highly nutritious seeds that are packed with nutrients such as fiber, vitamin c, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and manganese. Fennel seeds also have cancer-fighting properties, benefits heart health, and can be good for people who watch their weight as it also has appetite suppressing qualities.  

Ginger Powder

When people refer to Masala Chai having great health benefits, one of the main ingredients to thank for it is ginger. Ginger is said to be one of the healthiest spices with powerful medicinal properties.

A bioactive compound in ginger known as gingerol is responsible for most of ginger’s medicinal benefits. Ginger can improve health issues such as nausea, morning sickness, osteoarthritis, and heart disease. Ginger helps to lower blood sugar, aids in weight loss, and even has anti-diabetic properties.


Cinnamon is not only a delicious and fragrant spice, it is also a powerhouse of antioxidants. Its health benefits include being a remedy for oral health, prevention of Type-2 diabetes, can treat viral infections, can reduce the risk of cancer, and can even potentially cure neurodegenerative diseases. Cinnamon is also good for brain health especially for aging individuals, helps manage blood pressure, supports gut health, and has anti-viral, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial properties.


Many cultures use oregano for its healing properties and are often placed on wounds or parasitic infections. It is also commonly brewed into a drink precisely because of its medicinal benefits. Oregano is said to help digestion and fight bacteria and viruses.

Oregano is a natural antibiotic that can help lower cholesterol, relieve pain, and even treat yeast infections. It can improve gut health and is also a powerful antioxidant that has cancer-fighting properties.

Licorice Plant

Licorice plant is also widely used in traditional medicine and has been used to treat respiratory issues such as asthma and coughs. It has also been used to treat stomach pain, insomnia, and various infections. Not only does the licorice plant help the respiratory system, it also helps alleviate conditions that target the liver and kidneys.

Licorice moreover has been used to treat hyperdipsia, epilepsy, fever, paralysis, rheumatism, jaundice, and more.