🍃Aloe Blossom Herbal Tea🍃
A natural blend of leaves, herbs and spices for an outstanding flavor and rich aroma.
Refreshing cinnamon, orange peel and cloves impart a warm, fruity flavor, along with allspice and ginger to soothe. Combined with aloe blossoms from our own plantations, this zero calorie tea is a great complement to your weight management program.
This one is my favourite specially in winters with a spoon of forever honey 😊
When your dear bestie is a world class photographer....Christy, you captured my inner herbal witch so well ❤️
In one of my favorite places. Wearing a wrap woven by my grandmother and holding a teacup from a dear friend who recently passed and “reading” a book given as a gift by a sweet angel of a woman who stayed at our Air B&B for a weekend. This picture is dear to me.
Making that tea magic 🧙♀️🧚♀️✨🌙
📷 @christymaiquez @marciandchristy .
THIS FRIDAY 🍃✨ Ready to dive into the world of herbalism? Join Colleen Grace & Jenn Rose of Herb + Nectar, as they guide you through herbs and practices for the chakra system at SOUL FLOW STUDIO! @soulflowstudio 🔮🍃
Plant medicine is a beautiful, natural way to heal through the body systems. Experiencing the herbs through taste, smell, and knowledge is the best way to create a beautiful relationship with the herb as an ally for a healing journey.
⚡️JOIN US ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, from 6:30-8PM at SOUL FLOW STUDIO. ⚡️
In this workshop, we’ll participate in tea ceremony, learn about chakra based herbs, and you’ll be able to take home all the herbs we learn about for your personal practice. 🔥
Only a couple of spots left. Snag yours at the link in bio! ✨💛
Holiday season overwhelm? Adrenal fatigue got you down? Restoring and reviving our adrenals are essential, give them some love. Adrenal fatigue can affect so many areas of our #health and wellness; it can take months to restore our adrenals. This herbal blend is an #adaptogen , it helps the body to cope with daily stress. It strengthens the body's nervous system and stress response. Adaptogenic herbs are plants with properties that exert a normalizing influence on the body, neither over-stimulating nor inhibiting normal body function, but rather exerting a generalized tonifying effect. Safe for #breastfeeding .
Suggested use is minimum 3 times a week as an herbal decoction. .
Organic Ingredients: Nettle leaf, licorice root, rhodiolia, eleuthero root, shizandra berry, and a hint of citrus peel and stevia. .
On Day 5 of FOODMAS we are having cozy thoughts of warm coffee + tea and nourishing winter lunches. We suggest a couple of great "stocking stuffers, like tea made by Herbalist Lily Fawn (of @earthsherbal), with her Hot Apple Pie Tea + her Candy Cane Twist (spearmint, blackberry leaves, rooibos tea, cinnamon, orange peel, stevia leaf, vanilla beans, candy cane pieces!).
OR drop into @fernwoodcoffee 's new'ish + super cozy place on Calendonia + Cook to pick up coffee-making tools, a bag of their award-winning coffee + while there..enjoy their Classic Reuban, with meat from @fourquartersmeats + bread from @bondbondsbakery!
One more week of the Shop Sale ✨ visit link in profile to peruse the botanical collection. 〰️
Pictured is our skin care 〰filled with sun + moon light, plants grown in the garden + gathered in the wild of woods, ocean side, fields, mountains and riverbanks. Deeply hydrating, healing, illuminating and rejuvenating. Free of chemicals and preservatives ✨ Includes our rose face creme, sun care face creme, rose face oil, rose body oil and our botanical mask. 〰
Organic lemongrass and ginger root tea (tisane) are the main ingredients of this blend - but since variety is the spice of life there are also a few other herbs to give you that extra kick! Lemongrass is a delicious fragrant grass which is cleansing, uplifting and relaxing - great for digestion - we all know about the fabulous benefits of ginger for our wellbeing- these are festive tins for the holidays ##herbaltea#digestion#inflammation#herbal#organicskincare#apothecary#botanicals#detox
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The history of herbalism is closely tied with the history of medicine from prehistoric times up until the development of the germ theory of disease in the 19th century.
Tea is a newfound love of mine. I’m the type of person who only ever drank water and hated everything else. But now I’m really starting to love different types of herbal teas and their benefits. So today, I’m starting off the week with some immune boosting tea and easing into the week nice and slow. Happy Monday! 💗
We harvested borage flowers. Known as edible flowers and often called star flower. ⭐️ Drying these for salves, Tinctures, and teas. We like to put them in salad for a beautiful presentation. Great for skin and hair support... and suggestively a mood lifter.
Tea is magical. A remedy for zee mind, zee body, zee soul, and zee spirit!
What’s in our jar today:
•Triple Echinacea Tea
•Throat Coat Tea
•Really Raw Honey
•LOVE & POSITIVE VIBRATIONS
We are drinking this magical blend to zap away a cold.
What’s in your jar of magic?