Chef. Founder. Food Lover.

Why was māla girl created?

Motivated by creating and collaborating in the foodservice space for almost 20 years, māla girl was born as a new, savory, functional tea and broth blend that has 6 flavors crafted with 19-25 veggies, botanicals and minerals.

She's a solution to satisfy hunger without the lab created alternatives while keeping calories in check. (Naturally!) At the same time employing a perfect balance of flavor carried with beneficial use of Himalayan salt and cacao pod butter. 

māla girl is an earthy girl by nature. Nutrients are packed in a way that are both reminiscent of comfort food and also with global flavors. What we love about premium herbal teas is the art of them being carefully dried, shelf stable and ready when you need them, simply by adding hot water. We wanted more ... so veggie tea and broth was born!

māla girl is committed to carbon neutral shipping and using recyclablematerials as much as possible. 

Perfectly imperfect and constantly innovating, we would LOVE your feedback of your māla girl experience.

Food is emotion on a plate or in a bowl. It brings people together. Live life. Be sweet and savorize every moment!

Cheers to sipping and simmering together soon!  

māla girl

  • Maca

    Root Grown in Peru. Cruciferous vegetable related to powerhouse veggies broccoli, kale and cabbage! Most well known for balancing hormones and natural source of antioxidants.

  • Ashwagandha

    Root grown in India, the Middle East and Himalayas. Related to the nightshade family. This guy is the known in the Herbal Kingdom as the King Plant. Its a superstar that stimulates immune system, rejuvenates mind, body and spirit. Enhances brain functions to help with memory, better sleep and coping with stress

  • Holy Basil (Tulsi)

    Perennial Plant native to India. Known as a medicinal herb and Queen of Herbs for helping with cold and flu symptoms. Blood purifier. Give Fireball Basil a try in your life! Anti-depression and anti-anxiety properties ... if stress is high, see the queen!

  • Power Mushrooms

    Reishi, Lion's Mane and Porcini, oh my! Don't be scared ... these guys are known heroes to up the ante on brain power. In addition, they detox the body, calm the nerves and build up our immunity ... that's a sip worth sipping!

  • Turmeric

    Botanical, native to South Asia. Member of the ginger family. This golden root has curcuminoid compounds filled with medicinal properties that are high in antioxidants (which strengthens our immune system) and known for helping with chronic inflammation. Live the golden life!

  • Celery

    Marshland plant related to the parsley family. Native to regions in Africa, Asia and Europe, California is a large producer of this veg. These green beauties strengthen the digestive tract, flush toxins out of the body ... did we mention its organic like everything else? Over 15 antioxidant nutrients in one stalk. Use this stirring stalk with our broths and enjoy even more!

  • Sea Salt

    Ours is pink and comes from those beautiful Himalayas. Although sea salts are known for having so many trace minerals, we understand that you would need to have so much of that to make an impact. We get it! However, its vital for proper fluid balance in the body and hydration. In addition, it is a great source of electrolytes, and it's less processed than classic table salt, a little everyday adds up!

  • Nutritional Yeast

    Species of yeast that's in the same family as the ones that make bread and beer. Nutritional yeast is different in the fact that the yeast is not alive in the final product. To top it off, It's a complete protein, source of B Vitamins and has a nice cheesy flavor. Yum! Add a little extra into your broth!

  • Dulse

    Dulse is a seaweed that is an edible salt water plant. Along with its relatives the infamous nori and kelp. Hang on to your mugs, this plant is being nicknamed the "bacon of the ocean". How's that for flavor? Our Dulse powder comes from pristine and protected oceans in Nova Scotia. We love this for its massive natural source of iodine which is known to help keep the thyroid in check, but most importantly that secret flavor!

  • Lemon

    Citrus Limon Botantical. It's thought to have come from Northeast India, Burma or China. This treasured citrus is a squeeze for helping not only our liver, but also to keep our bodies alkalized. Why is that important you ask? Balanced pH allows our bodies to be at their best levels (secret tip: eating foods that are more alkaline and as close to its natural source as possible can help keep your pH in check). Citrus is worth the squeeze!

  • Ginger

    This spicy root is loaded with bioactive compound gingerol. The list goes on and on about the power of this root. We love the spicy kick it brings to the table. On top of that, that kick has been known to help the body get rid of bad bacteria, battle nausea and well, just like many naturally derived sources, its a great source of antioxidants. We will drink to that!

  • Cacao

    Say hello to one of our heroes Vitamin F (FAT!). This edible star is extracted from the cacao bean. Many researchers today believe that plant-derived saturated fats can actually be beneficial for reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases. In addition, cacao is important for brain health, maintaining a positive mood, supporting hormone production and controlling your appetite ... now that's what we call fat with a purpose!

  • Moringa Leaf

    Known as the "Miracle Tree" moringa is a natural energy booster. Its leaves have been used in ancient medicines for centuries. In addition to providing all amino acids, this leaf is energizing, soothing, calming and detoxifying. To top it off, it's the "green" in our first green blend.

  • Onion

    A global favorite. The incredible edible onion. Full of flavor and nutrient dense, this naturally low calorie vegetable is even known to help lower blood sugar, have anti-inflammatory properties and even increase bone density.

  • Garlic

    Another global favorite closely related to the onion of course. These powerful bulbs not only help with immunity and to lower blood sugar, but are even known in ancient times to be given to Greek athletes to increase performance.