Heart Chakra - Ruby Delight - Herbal Tisane

Heart Chakra - Ruby Delight - Herbal Tisane

Peppermint helps to relax muscles and improve headache pain. The same properties that help reduce tension and stress can calm the body and mind and help one prepare for a good night's sleep.

Rosemary has a long history of being used for medicinal and health benefits, because it contains antioxidants — and anti-inflammatory compounds, which help boost the immune system and improve blood circulation. Rosemary helps lower high blood sugar levels by exerting insulin-like effects and boosting the absorption of glucose into muscle cells. Also considered a cognitive stimulant, it helps improve memory performance and quality.

Rosemary has been shown to reduce anxiety, boost mood, concentration and memory.  Both smelling and drinking rosemary tea offers these benefits.

Rosemary tea contains compounds that help protect your vision as you age by slowing the progression and severity of diseases like cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.

Hibiscus, Giving you a deep red hue to your cup.... With a flavor similar to that of cranberries, You can enjoy this blend both hot and a divine iced tea. Hibiscus tea is rich in powerful antioxidants and may therefore help prevent damage and disease caused by the buildup of free radicals.

Rosehips are an excellent mild blood cleanser, support circulatory health, adrenal health and connective tissue health. Rosehips contain high levels of polyphenols, carotenoids, and vitamins C and E, all of which have powerful antioxidant properties. The vitamin C content gives rose hip tea its primary benefit-the ability to help prevent and treat colds and flu. Rose hip tea also contains vitamins A, B, E and K, pectin and organic acids.

Besides battling colds, the nutrient rich tea boosts your health in other ways as well; it helps strengthen the body's resistance to infection, reinforces digestive function, combats all kinds of illness with fever, flushes out the kidneys and urinary tract and relieves mild rheumatic pain.

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