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Dosha Pops Goes to the GRAMMYs®

Bringing Balance and Smiles to the Presenters and Performers of the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards®

NEW YORK, Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dosha Pops, Inc. announced today they would be providing their Ayurvedic lollipops to the Presenters and Performers of the Annual GRAMMY Awards®. The music industry's premier event will take place live on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014 and will be broadcast in high-definition TV and 5.1 surround sound on the CBS Television Network from 8 – 11:30 p.m. (ET/PT).

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Dosha Pops celebrates our sweet tooth with Ayurvedic herbal tea candy. Just like how the GRAMMYs® are steeped in tradition, Dosha Pops uses Ayurvedic ingredients that are based on the sister science of yoga that's been a practiced tradition in India for over 5,000 years. Dosha Pops plans to bring inner balance to the ceremony's participants one lollipop at a time.

According to Ayurveda, stress is a state where the mind is imbalanced. Even though these participants have performed in front of thousands of audience members before, the desire to perform at their best, especially for the GRAMMYs, can still cause performance anxiety. In Ayurveda, food is considered to be an important medicine for both mind and body. In order to reduce stress, Dosha Pops tries to bring both the mind and body back into balance, where the individual may reach their maximum potential.

With special packaging for the GRAMMY Awards, each Presenter and Performer will receive a box filled with Dosha Pops, a dosha test and a guide recommending specific Dosha Pops flavors that are unique to each of their doshas (i.e., energy or constitution). By taking a dosha test, the Presenters and Performers can indulge in these gourmet lollipops, before stepping on stage, and pass on the sweetness to their adoring fans.

The following Dosha Pops flavors support specific doshas (e.g. Kapha, Pitta and Vata):

"I am truly looking forward to the GRAMMYs this year, knowing that I'm giving some of my favorite artists a little bit of the love that I pour into each candy," stated Peggy Andrews, Founder & CEO of Dosha Pops. "I'm brightening their day with lollipops that have medicinal benefits that herbal teas are known to provide – it's like having a cup of herbal tea but without the hot water."

About Dosha Pops
Dosha Pops is a boutique candy company and social enterprise based in New York City, specializing in handmade lollipops with ingredients that support a healthier lifestyle based on your Ayurvedic dosha. Dosha Pops are made from the finest of ingredients and at the center of it all is herbal tea. http://doshapops.com

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