Organic Herbal Coffee by Ayurvedic Roast Review


I like to start mornings off with coffee. It is a combination of needing something to get me going as well as the oral fixation of holding on to something warm to sip throughout the morning. My coffee habit has increased from one cup to nearly three cups a day and now I am starting to crave it in the afternoons.

I desired to break free from this habit because coffee is acidic and tends to irritate my stomach. Decaffeinated coffee is no better because it is equally acidic and contains Trichloroethylene which is actually considered to be a harmful chemical. Also coffee is addictive and I was becoming immune to caffeine as a result I found myself needing more coffee. So my goal was to reduce my coffee intake to a one cup a few times a week . So far so good.


The option I chose was an organic, antioxidant infused coffee substitute called Ayurvedic Roast. Let me tell you about Ayurvedic Roast.

Andrew Voskov is the creator and founder of Ayurvdic roast and likewise desired a healthier alternative. Mission accomplished!

 Ayurvedic Roast combines the standard eastern European mixture of barley, rye, and chicory and adds the Ayurvedic herbs ashwagandha, shatavari, and brahmi. Each of these herbs on their own are beneficial, however, they are syngestcally blended and measured for optimal benefits.

Ayurvedic Roast is 100% Organic and Caffeine Free

I have been reading up on some of these ingredients and I found that one of the many benefits of chicory root is that it's a natural probiotic. I thought this was interesting since I recently discovered how critical a healthy gut is to overall health. Barley is high in fiber and also contains many health benefits. Other benefits include:

1. Ashwagandha:  Maximizes the body's ability to resist stress
2. Shatavari:  Cooling , calming, nourishing and purifying herb 
3. Brahmi:  Brain tonic and nerve soother

This phenom blend is truly remarkable. And the tastes passes with flying colors. I have tried herbal coffee substitutes in the past that I hated so I was pleasantly surprised with the taste.  There is also no nasty aftertaste, it's just a nice pleasant drink that could fool quite a few folks into thinking it were the real deal.

Ayurvedic blend was Awarded the People's Taster Choice Award. This also received high praise from folks who are die-hard coffee drinkers. You may have to play around with the strength and method, I average one tablespoon for three full cups.


Ayuvedic Roast Was Awarded the People's Taster Choice Award

The more I drink Ayurvedic Roast the more I prefer it over traditional coffee. It's smooth and unlike coffee it's easy on your stomach and of course beneficial to your health.  
 
Visit Ayuvedic Roast to make a purchase or you can Visit Ayuvedic Roast Company if you are fortunate enough to live in Fairfield, Iowa .
 
You may want to follow Ayuvedic Roast on Facebook to keep on the look-out for more up and coming products .
 
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Bernadette said...

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Susan said...

I follow in GFC. I learned that you can eat the "grounds" (they're just grains, after all).

Susan said...

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cupcake mama said...

I follow via GFC, and I learned that you can just pour boiling water on it and drink it!
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mverno said...

i follow via gfc mverno you can eat the grounds mverno@roadrunner.com

Helen Keeler said...

I learned that Shatavari has balancing and augmenting its beneficial effects. helenkeeler@comcast.net

puye said...

I follow via GFC, and I learned that you can just pour boiling water on it and drink it!
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I Like your Facebook page(Pu Ye)

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outsiderein said...

I learned that it's brewed the same way as regular coffee

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outsiderein said...

follow you on Twitter and tweeted #1

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I shared on Facebook: Gabriella Iacobone #1

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Erin O'Riordan said...

Following on GFC

I love that this product has chicory root. Chicory root is a great substitute for coffee: tastes good, easily renewable, found in lots of climates--and it happens to look beautiful when it's growing!

Erin O'Riordan said...

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llinda29 said...

"This stuff is amazing! It really tastes like a clean, mild, exotic cup of coffee! And its good for you! I love it! I shared it with friends and family and it was gone in less than a week. We love the stuff. I tried drinking that 'other' coffee substitute for 4 days.... but this is so much better

Stephanie said...

GFC follower (Stephanie). I learned you can just pour hot water over the grounds to brew it. And the grounds are edible too! Good for camping trips!
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Stephanie said...

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Herbal coffee is good for the body as long as you choose the organic product.

ohkeeka said...

I learned that you can brew it the same way as regular coffee. GFC follower (ohkeeka)

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ohkeeka said...

I follow Ayurvedic Roast on Twitter (@ohkeeka)

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shelbers434 said...

I follow you on GFC

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carole said...

gfc follower
ayuvedic roast has a smoother taste than coffee

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carole said...

like you on FB (carole c)

outsiderein said...

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Jacqueline said...

i learned that "Brahmi is
Commonly used in Ayurveda to lessen mental strain and worry*, it also helps increase intelligence and clarity*" jmmccarr@gmail.com

frvetere said...

I am a follower of your blog (frvetere)I was very amazed to see they offer a
Caffeine Addiction Recovery Submliminal program to aide in the switch to herbal coffee!
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outsiderein said...

I like you on Facebook

Lola G said...

I follow you on GFC- Lola G - and learned that she made this coffee to get her friends off caffeine
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Lola G said...

i like this post on FB- Lola Kirstin
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Lola G said...

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Lola G said...

I follow Ayuvedic Roast on twitter- lolakirstin
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I follow you on twitter and tweeted
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kendra22 said...

easing mental strain, count me in!!!!!
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Shelley said...

I follow you on gfc. I found it interesting that you can just pour boiling water on the coffee. Hmm! mrspoofa(at)aol.com

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Anonymous said...

a healthy immune system

One Rich Mother said...

they have a free e-book on how to quite caffine.

Ponia Baum said...

Ashwagandha - one of the herbs promotes strength and stability in the overall functioning of the physiology, in addition to being an anti-oxidant.
I follow you via Google Friend Connect.
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Susan M. Heim said...

I follow you on GFC as ParentingAuthor. I learned that there are 4 ways to brew their organic coffee substitute!

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redhead said...

GFC follower and I learned you can just pour hot water over the grounds to brew it.

Diana D said...

It mentioned having more energy which is the main reason people drink coffee to begin with. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway


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I am a GFC follower. Thanks-you


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kolpin said...

they first sold it locally in the Midwest for over four years
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susansmoaks said...

i am a follower on gfc susansmoaks and i learned that it has an alluring aroma, rich taste, and soothing "dark roast"
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eclairre said...

I follow and learned that they sold it in the Midwest, locally, for 4 years.

EmmaPeel said...

i follow

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Jackie said...

I follow via google friend connect. I learned that you can make it in a coffee drip machine. Thanks!
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saturdaynightfever said...

One just needs boiling water!

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jadavis said...

I follow you with GFC and I learned that Ayurvedic Roast is a 100% Certified Organic herbal coffee substitute that tastes like real coffee.

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I like AyurvedicRoast on twitter!
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gloria said...

I visited their site and, since I'm a vegan what really caught my attention is the awesome ingredients especially the Ashwagandha:
Known as the the "ginseng of India", this incredible herb promotes strength and stability in the physiology, and is also an anti-oxidant. It builds immunity and strength, and calms the mind and body.
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Gloria said...

I follow you on twitter and tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/SmilingMermaid/status/66570604010160128

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