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Wellness Tisanes (herbal teas)

Wellness Tisanes (herbal teas)

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WELLNESS TISANES (herbal teas) are herbal infusions that help you get nutrients in a delicious drink.


HEAL YO GUT cooling, hydrating hibiscus/ginger flavored tisane

JUST RELAX calming lavender/ginger to help you relax

WOMB WARRIOR red raspberry & mint flavored tisane helping you stand strong like the warrior you are!


These tisanes are safe to drink daily, but like with any herbal product, be mindful and speak to your HCP (health care professional) before consuming if you are currently taking medications, are pregnant, nursing or may become pregnant just to be sure you're not consuming anything that may not agree with your current state of being ;)


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  • Ingredients benefits & contraindications

    Ginger zingiber officinale Is a widely used medicinal spice containing gingerols, shogaols, zingiberene, & bisablene healing compounds with carminative (anti-gas), diaphoretic (sweat-induced detoxification), adjuvant (increases body response to antigens), stimulant, appetizer & sialagogue (saliva producer) properties; is a natural anti-inflammatory, digestion aid, & muscle relaxant, taken hot as a tea or in tincture form, induces sweat and natural detoxification; may dissolve kidney stones, prevent colon cancer, & reduce feelings of exhaustion, depression and anxiety, works well against headaches, muscle cramps, nausea, respiratory problems, menstrual cramps, diarrhea, blemishes, motion sickness, heartburn and many other inflammation and spasmodic related woes

    ginger contraindications & warnings may cause heartburn in some people, not for later term pregnancy use; do not take without healthcare provider’s permission if you have gallstones

    Hibiscus hibiscus sabdariffa is a fantastic diuretic and refrigerant (cooling) herb that contains four key components: organic acids, anthocyanins (water soluble pigments possessing antidiabetic, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-obesity effects, as well as prevention of cardiovascular diseases), polysaccharides, and flavonoids (whose consumption is associated with reduced risk of a number of chronic diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease and neurodegenerative disorders). These plant compounds work together to balance metabolism and make weight-loss easier; hibiscus satiates thirst, is anti-bacterial, anti-depressant, supports respiratory & circulatory systems function, is a liver protector, a powerful weight loss agent that works to lower cholesterol, treat constipation; has an abundance of  fruit/amino acids, vitamin C, B2, B3, iron bioflavonoids, & antioxidants; regular use of hibiscus may treat urinary tract infection, stomach disorders, asthma, throat pain, nausea, vomiting, & hiccups
    hibiscus ontraindications & warnings be mindful if taking medication for high blood pressure or if you have low blood pressure (talk to your doctor before consuming), diabetes; overconsumption may lead to gastric upset, tinnitus and/or dizziness

    Lavender lavendula angustifolia or lavendulan officinalis is a well-known relaxant/nervine with antispasmodic, sedative, diuretic, cholagogue (stimulates bile discharge), tonic, stomachic (promoting the appetite or assisting digestion), analgesic (pain relief), antiseptic, putrefactive (antibacterial), antianxiety, & carminative (gas relieving) properties; is a great reliever of burn and insect bite pains (oil) the scent calms the body & mind, reduces stress, soothes tension and headaches; the essential oil is a great item to have for respiratory inflammation and irritation, nervous & muscular system relaxant, and monkey mind so you can rest; the essential oils also introduce natural antibiotics which destroy toxins and kill underlying infections; a tisane (herbal tea) from the flowers is diuretic leading to a reduction of fluid, toxins and swelling in the body

    lavender contraindications & warnings: consult your health care provider if you are pregnant, nursing, may become pregnant or taking any other medications/supplements

    Red raspberry leaf rubus idarus (EU) or strigosus (N. Amer) is an important women’s reproductive health tool; pregnant women may benefit from consuming red raspberry tisane (herbal tea) as it boosts prenatal uterine tone to decrease labor pains and the likelihood of miscarriage, it also eases the pains of morning sickness; post-partum mommies  may enjoy reduced cramping and bleeding and increased uterine and pelvic strength and tone; for women planning to become pregnant, it may improve fertility; menstruating women consuming this magical herb may experience reduced pain, duration and flow with consistent use; contains antiemetic (anti-nausea), astringent, laxative, anti-fungal, & anti-bacterial properties; rich in vitamin C, iron, magnesium, potassium, & folate

    Contraindications and Warnings red raspberry should not be consumed during one’s first trimester of pregnancy, always consult with your naturopathic health care provider before consuming herbal products during pregnancy, when nursing or if planning to become pregnant

    •          Spearmint mentha spicata a gentle digestion aid containing antispasmodic, carminative, diuretic, stimulant and stomachic properties, spearmint which is interchangeable with peppermint for digestive issues, promotes bile production, helps balance hormones, fights stress & fatigue, lowers inflammation, blocks chronic disease, caffeine free, balances blood pressure; treats bad breath, nausea & skin allergies

    Spearmint contraindications and warnings although a digestive aid, may cause stomach upset in individuals suffering from acid reflux; do not consume in large amounts or for more than 8wks at a time

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