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Blue Cornflower Supports the liver. Eases digestion. Reduces inflammation. Blue cornflower, or centaurea cyanus, was named after Chiron, a famous centaur in Greek mythology. Chiron was a healer and teacher to the heroes of ancient Greece. He taught the medicinal uses of herbs and it is said that Chiron used cornflower to heal a poison arrow wound. Cornflower grows spontaneously wherever it can and is typically a vibrant blue color, but can be other colors such as pink, purple, or white. Check out these blue cornflower teas: Wild Strawberry Mango Paradise Dulce Sueños THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF CORNFLOWER: Cornflower possesses digestive and diuretic properties, making it a natural remedy for digestive upset or constipation. Its soothing qualities can help relieve tissue and...

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L A V E N D E R 🌿 calming & soothing 🌿 Lavender originates in the Mediterranean and after its discovery, it spread to many cultures and countries. It was highly regarded for its distinct aroma and its natural healing properties. The Romans used lavender to scent their baths and hair, while Egyptians used it for embalming. Ancient Romans recognized lavender for its healing and antiseptic qualities, and the French used it as a protection against infection in the 16th century. Lavender oil was even used to dress war wounds during the World War I when medical antiseptics were in short supply! In modern times, we celebrate and use lavender for its instant calming and soothing properties to help promote...

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Maca: the hormone healthy root. Supports the liver. Nutrient dense. Energy enhancing. Hormones naturally fluctuate at various stages in life, like in puberty, pregnancy, menopause and even regularly cycle every day! And yes, men also have hormone cycles every day! 😜 While hormones keep us running smoothly, hormones can also become imbalanced due to various reasons, which can cause unpleasant symptoms. And that's where maca root comes in! Maca root is generally consumed in powder form and is loaded with unique health benefits. Even in ancient times, warriors consumed maca root to boost their stamina and strength before going into battle! 🤯 Most notably, maca stimulates the endocrine system, which helps maintain hormonal balance. ⬇ THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF MACA ROOT Maca...

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Jasmine Flower Improves Brain Function. Heart Healthy. Digestion Boosting. The flower of feminine power. This euphoric flower has been loved for centuries across many cultures and is celebrated for its rich and sweet aroma. Many botanists believe Persia (now Iran) is where jasmine originated and crossed the Red Sea into Egypt as early as 1000 B.C. Jasmine has long been associated with femininity and motherhood and symbolizes respect and love. The flower is also utilized for its many health benefits including promoting heart health and brain function. READ MORE ON THE HEALTH PROPERTIES OF JASMINE FLOWER. ⬇ SCIENCE TELLS US Jasmine polyphenols may help protect against heart disease by preventing bad cholesterol from oxidizing and potentially clogging your arteries. The potent antioxidants and...

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LEMON MYRTLE antioxidant rich, immune boosting, & anti-inflammatory 🍋 Queen of The Lemon Herbs 🍋 Lemon myrtle is an intricately beautiful and aromatic evergreen shrub native to subtropical rainforests of central and southeastern Queensland, Australia. Lemon myrtle is used for many health related reasons such as indigestion, bloating, and even oral health related issues! The lemon scented leaves are brimming with oil, which contains the strongest and purest citral content of any known plant. SCIENCE TELLS US: Due to its relaxing properties, lemon myrtle has been found to help in cases of stress and poor sleep. A cup of lemon myrtle tea before bed can help relax the body and mind and improve sleep quality. Lemon myrtle is useful for helping...

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