35g of Organic Loose Leaf Tea in a resealable bag.
~Krishna Holy Basil, Pink Rose Petals and Ashwaganda~
Holy Basil, a miracle herb in itself, combines with sweet Rose petals in a tea that is simply healing, life-giving, and sacred.
Used for thousands of years to vitalize the body, mind and soul, Holy Basil has an absolute cornucopia of positive effects including:
~Longevity, vitality and well-being;
~High consciousness and clarity for meditation and spiritual pursuits;
~Mental and emotional wellness;
~Nutritional and antioxidant support;
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Rose is known for it’s amazingly sensual smell, taste and appearance, but it is also an amazingly healing herb. Rose is known to:
~Harmonize the nervous and hormonal systems;
~Promote healing the digestive tract and reproductive systems;
~Boost the mood and aid in depression, grief, stress and anxiety;
~Nourish the body through it’s high vitamin and mineral content
~”Rose petals contain vitamin C, carotene, B group vitamins and vitamin K that is essential for haemopoesis. Almost all mineral substances of Mendeleyev’s periodic table can be found in rose petals. They contain calcium that influences metabolism and assimilation of foodstuffs; also potassium which is important for normal heart activity, copper that participates in haemopoesis and improves activity of endocrine glands; iodine that is good for thyroid gland can be also found in rose petals. The list of rose’s virtues is long enough which allows to call rise a universal natural medicine.” ~http://english.pravda.ru/health/25-10-2004/7269-rose-0/
Ashwaganda, an Ayurvedic herb increasingly known as the “Indian ginseng, provides energy and a rejuvenating lift while at the same time offering a calming effect. It is considered building and rejuvenating to the whole system, and Ayurvedic healers have long prescribed the herb to treat exhaustion caused by both physical and mental strain, and it increases energy and endurance when under stress. The key to ashwagandha’s benefit lies in its action as an adaptogen, a substance that helps the body become more flexible and capable of handling change.
Douglas (verified owner) –
We first learned about the amazing benefits of Tulsi, both for internal and external use, from our emergency room nurse when my wife got bitten by a strange spider. The doctor wasn’t much help, but when he’d left the room, the nurse said to head to the nearest natural foods store and make a poultice from chopped Tulsi leaves or essential oil. Worked like a charm… immediate pain relief and took down the swelling in hours. Since then we’ve tried several Tulsi teas as a relaxing and beneficial evening tea, but none have been as tasty as Krishna Tea. Some smell like dirty socks, or don’t have much flavor. Krishna smells and tastes just like the most potent essential oils we use, and a couple full teaspoons makes a liter of fresh tea in just ten minutes of steeping. Thanks!