A colorful blend of sweet and mild flavors that assist the body in relieving anxiety and stress. Bringing awareness to your body and mind to help rebalance your state of being.
* Reduce nourvousness and headaches
* Aids in letting go and calming the mind
* Anti- bacterial
* Ease Indigestion
* Relax muscle tension
* Soothing to overstimulation and hypersensitivity
* Nervous system Tonic
A light green climbing vine that is native to southeastern parts of America. It has unique shaped flowers that come in a variety of colors from white, purple, green, and red and produces round yellow sweet tasting fruit. The bright colored flowers make it a important food for certain species of butterflies and other pollinators. The leaves, flowers, and fruit are all used medicinally as a nervous system tonic and mild sedative for over 200 hundred years. It is a calming nervine herb that aids with anxiety, hysteria, depression, and insomnia. It's calming to the heart during distress, and helps relax the muscles. Soothing to overstimulation and hypersensitivity to pain and cerebral fullness or mental exhaustion. Aids in letting go and calming the mind for those who can't sleep and has been used to ease tension headaches. Respiratory soothing and cough suppressant and aids during PMS and menopause. Individuals taking prescription drugs or MAO inhibitors should consult with a physician prior to taking and avoid if pregnant as it may stimulate uterus.
A perennial herb native to Lake Baikal in Siberia, North China, and North America. Thrives in open grasslands and grows to a height os one to four feet and bears lance-shaped leaves and purple flowers. The root is used medicinally and has held a spot in Asian medicine for at least 2,000 years. It is primarily used as a anti-viral and anti-bacterial for respiratory infections, relieving allergies, anxiety, and asthma. It is used in Chinese medicine to relieve stress, anxiety, and headaches by lowering stress hormones, increasing energy, and improving cognition.
A annual plant that grows to two feet high and has finely cut leaves and numerous flower heads with white petals and yellow centers. A member of the composite family and native to Europe. The flowers are used medicinally and should be picked in full bloom in summer for best medicinal benefits. The flowers are used in tea usually and have Anti- histimine, Anti- perspirent, Anti-bacterial, and Anti-spasmodic properties to aid with upset stomach, anxiety, allergies, and asthma.
A species of mint, that is a low growing shrub with multiple stems topped with spikes of purple flowers. It is native to the Mediterranean and has been used in British Pharmacology for over 200 years. The leaves and flowers have been used medicinally for a variety of ailments, but it is now cultivated mostly for aromatic and lavendar oil scents and perfumes. The aroma helps to stimulate mental process, alleviate depression, anxiety, induce calming effects for relaxation and sleep. The oil has been used as a anti-septic for external wounds, skin disorders, and inflammation of skin. It has anti-histimine properties that stop the perception of pain, encourages the flow of blood and is anti-bacterial. Oil should not be used internally, but a lavendar tea can be soothing to the gut, encouraging blood flow, candida elimination, and gas remedy.
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Mellow Mind - 1.5oz
1 Tbs of dried herb per 8 oz of boiling water. Let steep for 10-15 minutes.
Lavender Flowers (Lavandula angustifolia), Skullcap Leaf (Scutellaria lateriflora) , Chamomile flowers (Matricaria recutita)