Herbs contain beneficial properties such as increased antibodies, they stimulate white blood cells, and they are high in antioxidants. These properties help to strengthen the immune system and help it ward off illnesses and diseases.
Herbs may not prevent all viruses and diseases all the time but if/when disease-forming organisms find their way into the body, they will be rendered non-infective by the powerful immune system brought about by the herbs. Herbs minimize the symptoms and shorten the length of time the virus can live within the body. Herbs an also help stabilize blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol. If you have a chronic disease such as asthma, diabetes, cancer - our healing teas help manage those symptoms so that you can live life more on your terms.
We encourage customers to consult their doctors when adding herbs into their regiment.
The Herbs We Use
*Gingko Biloba – known as the maidenhair tree, a species tree native to China; it has been grown for thousands of years for a variety of uses
Benefits: dietary supplements typically contain extracts of the plant’s leaves; antioxidant-rich herb used to enhance brain health by improving blood flow to the brain; reduces symptoms of dementia; preserves memory as well as promote recovery from stroke; helps with brain fog; reduces symptoms of psychiatric disorders such as depression & anxiety; fights inflammation; improves circulation; improves heart health; helps erectile dysfunction and more!
*Soursop – a fruit of Annona Muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree; exact origin is unknown; native to the tropical regions of the Americas and the Caribbean; popular for its delicious flavor and impressive health benefits
Benefits: high in vitamin C; boosts your immune health; low in calories; fights inflammation; helps fight bacteria; improves digestive health; helps stabilize your blood pressure; potentially prevents cancer; helps stabilize blood sugar levels; the fiber in soursop has the potential to ease constipation and more!
*Mullein – Verbascum is a genus of over 450 species of flowering plants, common name mullein; native to Europe and Asia with the highest species diversity in the Mediterranean
Benefits: expectorant; eases flu/cold symptoms; lung detox; helps asthma & bronchitis; helps with earaches; helps with joint pain relief; helps with allergies; anti-inflammatory and more!
*Peppermint – hybrid mint, a cross between water mint and spearmint; indigenous to Europe and the middle east, the plant is now widely spread and cultivated in many regions of the world; it is occasionally found in the wild with its parent species
Benefits: helps ease digestive upsets; freshens breath; helps relieve clogged sinuses; helps improve energy; helps relieve painful menstrual cramps and nausea; helps relieve tension headaches, migraines and more!
*Eucalyptus – fast growing evergreen tree and shrubs native to Australia, Malaysia and the Philippines; can reach heights of up to 300 feet
Benefits: energizes the senses; promotes relaxation; stimulates circulation; invigorates the respiratory symptom; acts as an expectorant; helps to break fevers; speeds up healing from cold, flu, sore throats, and more!
*Elderberry – One of the most commonly used medicinal plants in the world; Sambuca’s is a genus of flowering plants in the family Adoxaceae; commonly called elder or elderberry
Benefits: high in vitamin C; high in nutrients; high in antioxidants good for heart health; helps regulate blood sugar levels; helps regulate blood pressure; helps with digestive issues; tames inflammation; free from caffeine; Egyptians used it to improve their complexions and heal burns; indigenous people used it to treat fever and disease marked by inflammation
*Elderflower: Flower of Elder from the Sambucus Nigra, the same plant that elderberries come from
Benefits: the flowers are known for the high antioxidant content and vitamin C which is great for boosting the immune system; fights flue and respiratory disturbances by encouraging water to leave the body, helping you to sweat it out; hot tea is a popular diaphoretic; cold tea has a diuretic effect and more!
*Dandelion Root – more than a stubborn lawn weed
Benefits: the root of the dandelion is rich in the carbohydrate inulin, a type of soluble fiber found in plants that support the growth and maintenance of healthy gut bacteria in your digestive tract; excellent source of vitamins A, C, K and E; also contain folate and small amounts of other B vitamins; may reduce inflammation; natural remedy to support blood sugar management; may reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels; may lower blood pressure; may help protect against liver damage and disease; may aid in weight loss; may have anticancer effects; may slow the growth of cancer cells in liver, colon, and stomach tissue; may help constipation; excellent source of potassium & fiber; known as a liver tonic; coffee substitute; helps urinary tract infections and more!
*Stinging nettle, Utica dioica is a plant with pointed leaves and white to yellowish flowers, typically 2-4 meters tall
Benefits: a natural antihistamine, used for diabetes, can help slow the growth of prostate tissue; powerful diuretic and more!
*Eyebright or Euphrasia, a genus of about 450 species of herbaceous flowering plants
Benefits: common name refers to the plants use in treating eye infections along with itchy, water and red eyes!
*Goldenrod, solidago, a genus of about 100 to 120 species of flowering plants in the aster family
Benefits: works well combating allergy symptoms such as runny nose, watery eyes, and itchy throat!
We flavor our ready made healing teas with lemons and agave
Lemons are thought to have originated in north-western India but true origin unknown; an extraordinary rich source of healing chemical compounds that improve immunity, strengthen blood vessels, reduces risk of some skin cancers, they are a perfect sore throat elixir and more!
Agave nectar is native to several areas of the Americas including Mexico and the Caribbean; it is vegan and an alternative to honey and sugar; low on the glycemic index (GI)
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