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ashwagandha improves sexual function & reduces stress 🌿 🌿 🌿 Get a boost!  Ashwagandha literally translates to "smell of the horse" and it is because yes, it does smell kinda like a horse, (by itself, not in our tea! 😆) BUT it was also named that because it is said that this root can impart the strength and stamina of a horse too! It is actually famous for increasing strength, muscle performance and stamina for other things like... ya know. 😜 Read more about the health benefits. ⬇︎ Shop our favorite ashwagandha products: NaughTEA This blend is intended to relax you, boost your mood, and soothe your stress. Drink daily to promote hormonal balance and libido. Brainiac Tincture This tincture...

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raspberry leaf 🌿 💓 🌿 Your yoni will thank you. Yoni is a Sanskrit word that interprets to "womb," "vagina," or, our favorite, "source." Why are we talking about yonis? Well, raspberry leaf is an old friend. Raspberry leaves were originally used to prepare a woman's womb for childbirth and today many people believe in the leaf's power to improve the birthing experience. If you are pregnant or nursing, you should OF COURSE consult with your doctor on what you should and shouldn't be consuming. But we were pretty impressed by this yoni-friendly leaf. ⬇ Here's what researchers say about raspberry leaf: Raspberry leaves help relieve premenstrual symptoms, such as cramping, vomiting, nausea, and diarrhea. Raspberry leaf tea is used to strengthen...

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chamomile Anxiety Soothing & Digestion Boosting The plant's physician. In olden days, chamomile was known as the plant's physician because people thought that by placing chamomile next to a sickly plant, the plant would recover. Chamomile rightly gets the nickname because it has been used for thousands of years to treat everything from loss of appetite to irregular periods to bronchitis. Today we regard chamomile for its abilities to soothe anxiety and tension and to help us get into a deep sleep. We love chamomile, so you'll find it in many of our blends, from caffeinated refreshers to spa-like bedtime brews. SCIENCE TELLS US Chamomile tea may protect against diarrhea, stomach ulcers, nausea, and gas, likely due to its anti-inflammatory effects. Chamomile...

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Lemongrass 🌿 🍋 🌿 The Purifying Grass. Lemongrass earned the name "fever grass" due to its ability to reduce a fever. It is also used to soothe menstrual pain and reduce inflammation. You'll notice lemongrass in many of our blends because we absolutely love it! It is refreshing, bright, citrusy, and its herbaceous essence inspires feelings of cleanliness and peace. ✌🏼   Here's what researchers say about lemongrass: Lemongrass is used for treating bacterial and fungal issues, as well as to reduce chronic inflammation for conditions such as arthritis and cardiovascular disease. Lemongrass has a cooling effect that helps to soothe your stomach and keeps your digestive functions in check. It contains citral, which helps to digest food. Lemongrass is a great source of...

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ginger the root that is good for all things stomach related Ginger has a distinct aroma that everyone recognizes - it is sharp, warm, and almost lemony! Have you ever been given ginger ale to sip on when you have a stomach bug or even nausea? There's a really good reason for this. Ginger is the ultimate stomach soothing herb and has been used in this way for thousands of years. We love the healing powers of ginger and include it in a few of our teas! We also carry plain ol' ginger if you want it straight up. 😎 SCIENCE TELLS US:  Ginger is high in gingerol, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Just 1–1.5 grams of ginger can...

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