By Yogi Koppel, USA TODAY Yoga has been shown to help kids with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), obsessive-depressive disorder (ODD), panic disorder and autism.
But now, the science is in support of the tea’s purported healing powers.
The tea’s unique properties include antibacterial and antiviral properties, a lack of caffeine, anti-oxidant properties and soothing qualities, the Journal of American Medical Association reports.
Some of the more recent studies have found that yogis can also reduce anxiety, reduce depressive symptoms and even help people with OCD recover.
Here’s how the tea works: The yogi’s body breaks down the toxins in their own sweat.
The sweat is then fermented into a drink that is said to help heal stress and improve mental health.
According to a study by researchers at Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania, a cup of the “Yogic” is about 80 to 120 percent caffeine and 40 to 80 percent alcohol.
The caffeine content is low, and the alcohol content is high, but the caffeine is low because it is produced naturally from the sweat, which is a naturally occurring source of energy for the body.
The researchers found that, when combined with a healthy diet, a person can feel the effects of stress without being aware of it.
For a short time after drinking the drink, the body’s cortisol and nitric oxide levels go down, and people feel more energized, happy and relaxed, the researchers said.
This may help the body recover from stress by regulating the release of chemicals in the brain that are thought to be associated with anxiety.
The study also found that a cup a day of the Yogic tea is effective at preventing seizures, migraines and other neuropsychiatric disorders.
For children with ADHD, which includes symptoms such as hyperactivity and impulsivity, the study found that children who drank a cup every morning for two to three weeks had fewer symptoms and improved on school performance.
A cup of a tea brewed with probiotics and plant extracts is another option.
The probiotics in the yogurt are able to improve mental functioning and reduce anxiety and depression, the report said.
The research was funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.