Shatavari is a staple Ayurvedic herb known for its numerous health benefits. It is famous as the "Queen of Ayurvedic Herbs" as she is the more cooling, feminine counterpart to Ashwagandha. In Sanskrit, Shatavari means "one hundred roots," pointing to its varied medicinal and therapeutic uses.
Diwali, for us, is an extension of the very meaning of ‘Sātmya’- wholesome and grounding ourselves in nature. It is a simple thought to find you a gift that comes from the hands of local artisans across India who stitch your potlis, block print and handcraft your candles and from women who tirelessly work on our farm to grow, shade dry the products and hand make your jars. It is the pursuit to curate a sustainable and handcrafted gift that nourishes your mind, body, and soul. It is everything Sātmya stands for and believes in.
Our festive gift boxes are a gentle reminder to focus on health and wellness- of yourself and your loved ones.
Presenting to you, the 𝗦ā𝘁𝗺𝘆𝗮 𝗔𝗿𝘁𝗶𝘀𝗮𝗻𝗮𝗹 𝗧𝗶𝘀𝗮𝗻𝗲𝘀 𝗖𝗼𝗹𝗹𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻, a decoction of aromatic herbs and flower infusions that can be brewed for a calming tea or made into a chilled iced tea.
Our Tisanes are handmade with freshly shade dried edible flowers and herbs from our farm and partner farms to nourish the mind, body and all your senses. They are all natural, caffeine free and made in small batches to keep the herbs fresh, pure and aromatic.
Our thoughtfully created box is perfect for self consumption, gifting or travelling and comes complete with a brass infusor and two Sātmya sampler jars - our star fermented ashwagandha brew and our saffron mishri for those who’d like a sweet brew!
Of all our offerings, our favourite brew remains our Fermented Ashwagandha. We continue to receive so many questions about it every single day, so we have compiled the top 4 FAQs for you here!
Satmya NeemGiloy Brew is a soothing blend that has been loved by our family since a long time and has been our go-to in the past year.
We have been receiving so many questions about it recently, and we absolutely love answering them all!
With this post we're decoding our favourite herb - Giloy! If you have any questions, please drop a comment below and we'd love to answer.
Growing up it was natural to see rabbits freely running around and birds of various colors perched on the mango tree.
We had an unlimited supply of fruits - mulberry, grapes, mangoes, lemon, gooseberry, guava, and jamun from our garden trees.
We grew up eating our farm vegetables untouched by fertilizers with a composite pit very much in place - the very definition of organic today.