Each of the 5 bases are also available in the 7 herbal blends. Each blend of 7 ingredients corresponds to the frequency of the chakras and their corresponding organs. Making these herbal tea blends one of the most versatile out there!
Try one or try them all! 42 variations and are all are available in multiple sizes.
You can try just the herbal blend on it’s own, or with one of the 5 bases.
Which ever you choose I hope you’ll be pleased.
Though Native to Europe – North American grown nettle is used in our 7 herbal blends. It is grown on a organic farm in Oregon and it is a slightly milder version than the European Nettle.
Stinging Nettle (Urticaceae) has been used as a nutrient rich food source in dishes similar to spinach for 100’s of years. The trick with nettle is to pick it when it is young and if you have thin skin use scissors and gloves. This is because it is covered with fine hairs that contain formic acid and histamine which causes a stinging like sensation. Once cooked or blanched this action is gone. But if you have arthritis or gout this action of urtication or inflammation to the skin will ironically help relieve those same symptoms.
Nettle is also a diuretic and highly beneficial for the kidneys (the seed) and urinary track system (leaf and root) for both men and women and highly recommended for the prostrate (benign prostatic hyperlasia (BPH) – root).
Nettle due to a high level of Vit. K is also recommended for pregnant, post-partum, and lactating women.
From the Herbal Academy Herbarium – “Nettle is very rich in Vitamins A, C, E, and K (Bennett, 2014), riboflavin, thiamine, and minerals (calcium, chromium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, silica, iron, zinc), protein (Pedersen, 2012), formic acid and histamine (Foster, 1993), and chlorophyll (Hoffmann, 2003). It can be used daily it nourishes the blood and energizes the body.”