Aynar Spiced Lebanese Tea, Dakit Nafsaa
Aynar, also known as “Dakit Nafsa” is a tea made from 6 different spices. Its fragrant aroma and delicious taste makes it loved by our customers old and young alike. Although it is enjoyed all year round, a lot of of customers like it best during the winter months.
Health Benefits After Giving Birth
Aynar consists of whole anise, cinnamon sticks, mahlab, cloves, ginger and nutmeg to make the perfect tea for new mothers that want to bring their bodies back into balance. For hundreds of years this mixture of spices has been boiled to help regain strength, improve production of breast milk and reduce gas and bloating.
It’s very effective in treating feelings of nausea and morning sickness. Aynar tea also helps with digestion and metabolism. For our senior customers we mix it with fenugreek and black caraway for an extra dose of energy and new found vitalization. Many of our customers drink it simply for its delicious taste.
How to Make Aynar
When brewing aynar you need to make it the same way you would any other loose tea. The only difference is you will let the tea steep longer.
Start by bringing 12oz of water to a boil and then take the pot off the flame. Add roughly 3 heaping teaspoons of aynar tea to the pot and return the pot back to the flame at a low setting. Let the tea steep for at least ten minutes for a light tea and up to an hour and a half if you want a really strong tea.
Ingredients: Anise seeds, ginger, cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg and mahlab (st. lucie cherry)
Ingredients Arabic: Yansoon, zaanjabeil, krumful, kurfa, jowst el teeb, mahlab