Relax your senses and calm your mind with this therapeutic blend of ashwagandha, skullcap,chamomile, passionflower & soothing herbs.
Ashwagandha,catmint,chamomile,cornflower, damiana,kava kava,hawthorn leaf &flower,hops,lavender, lemon balm,linden leaf& flower, montherworth,mullein, passionflower,peppermint leaf,rosehips,rooibos,skullcap,spearmint,valerian root
this blend has a high amount of skullcap may cause deep sleep.
Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour 8 oz of water over 1-2 tablespoons over tea and steep for 5-7 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
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PREGNANCY AND LACTATION: Do not use during pregnancy or lactation without the advice of a healthcare practitioner.
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) root is a herb of the ages. It is the 'ginseng' of Ayurvedic medicine, the traditional medicine of India and is considered an 'adaptogen', a term used to describe herbs that improve physical energy and athletic ability, increase immunity to colds and infections and increase sexual capacity and fertility.
Catmint (Nepeta cateria), also commonly referred to as catnip and catswort, is an herb well known for its popularity and effects on cats. However, cats are not the only creatures that find benefit in this herb. The flowering tops of the catnip plant are used in a variety of ways to treat a number of different health conditions. From stomach issues, pest repellant, stress relief and even arthritis relief, catnip is a powerful and useful plant. Easy to grow in pretty much any climate or soil condition, catnip is a great plant to have on hand for its wealth of uses. Available and suitable to a variety of different means of administration, catmint is a versatile and safe natural remedy.
Chamomile actually refers to a range of different daisy-like plants, which are a member of the Asteraceae family. There are many different species of chamomile, the two most commonly being German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) and Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile). They have been used since ancient times for their calming and anti-inflammatory properties, and each offers its own additional health benefits.
Damiana leaves have been used as an aphrodisiac and to boost sexual potency by the native peoples of Mexico, including the Mayan Indians, and is used for both male and female sexual stimulation, increased energy, asthma, depression, impotence, and menstrual problems.
Hawthorn is widely regarded in Europe as a safe and effective treatment for the early stages of heart disease and is endorsed by Commission E- the branch of the German government that studies and approves herbal treatments. It is used to promote the health of the circulatory system and has been found useful in treating angina, high blood pressure, congestive heart failure and cardiac arrhythmia. It has been found to strengthen the heart and stabilize it against arrhythmias.
Kava kava (Piper methysticum) is a shrubby plant containing substances that can soothe the anxious mind and body. Known also as ‘awa or kava, this plant is native to the Pacific Islands and has been a dietary staple of the indigenous peoples there for generations. The substances responsible for kava’s health benefits are called kavalactones and are found in the plant’s roots.
Lavender (Lavandula officinalis) was originally found only in the Mediterranean, but now blooms in many sunny locations around the world and is also very popular as a decorative garden shrub as it produces beautifully scented purple flower heads. The flowers come in a light blue to a deep purple color. These flowers are full of medicinally active compounds.
Lemon Balm was dedicated to the goddess Diana and used medicinally by the Greeks some 2,000 years ago. In the Middle Ages lemon balm was used to soothe tension, to dress wounds, and as a cure for toothache, skin eruptions, mad dog bites, crooked necks, and sickness during pregnancy. It was even said to prevent baldness. As a medicinal plant, lemon balm has traditionally been employed against bronchial inflammation, earache, fever, flatulence, headaches, high blood pressure, influenza, mood disorders, palpitations, toothache, and vomiting. A tea made from Lemon balm leaves is said to soothe menstrual cramps and helps relieve PMS.
Rooibos(pronounced roy-bose) in Afrikaans means red bush. Grown in South Africa, its leaves form healing teas and can heal skin problems.
Rosehip is the fruit of a rose. Also known as rose haw or rose hep. The wild dog rose is the type of rose most often cultivated for their hips. This plant grows up to ten feet tall and bears a white, very fragrant flower. Once the flower has bloomed, and all the petals have fallen off, the hip is picked and used in a wide variety of preparations.
Spearmint (Mentha spicata) is immediately recognized for its crispness, and it is used to flavor food, popular drinks like iced tea, alcoholic beverages, and candy. Its aroma is often associated with cleanliness, making it popular for use in mouthwash, shaving creams, soaps, and shampoos. Its properties appeal to humans, and its repellent qualities are noxious to insects.
Valerian is well known for its sedative qualities and its ability to relax the central nervous system and smooth muscle groups. It has been used as a sleeping aid for hundreds of years especially when there is excitation or difficulty in falling to sleep due to nervousness. Over 120 chemical components are found in valerian and although a very complex herb, it has not been found to have any negative side effects with moderate use.
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