Chamomile soothes and calms the nervous system. She assists in slowing us down so we can stop to smell the flowers and find gratitude in our daily lives.
Tulsi and licorice are adaptogenic herbs. They work to restore balance in the body, to rejuvenate and restore our systems to normal function, and help us adapt and respond to stress in a healthy way.
Lemon, Ginger, Cayenne: This warming blend is great for sore throats. Lemon provides much need vitamin c, while ginger has a warming anti-inflammatory effect, and cayenne will soothe and warm. This fiery trio combined with honey is just what you want when you are feeling under the weather.
Citrus Hops is a blend of Oranges and Hops perfect for your evening tea. The hops are sure to add that extra calm and relaxation to any sleepy-time tea.
Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It’s great to take internally, but also amazing for your skin! In India turmeric is an auspicious herb used in daily cuisine and medicinally to treat numerous ailments! Our turmeric comes from my father’s town in India. Brought to us straight from the source! How magical is that? Enjoy this honey anyway you like, warmed in milk, spread on toast, simply by the spoonful for that terrible cough!
Dandelion Red Clover Burdockis great for gentle cleansing and detox. Dandelion helps clean out toxins from the kidney and liver. Red clover helps treat hormone imbalance, is a diuretic, and helps increase circulation. Burdock also is a blood purifier and diuretic. Take this herbal blend as a tonic for your system to help reset and recharge.
Chai spiced honey made with cinnamon, cardamon, ginger, nutmeg, black pepper, and cloves is perfect with a cup of black tea and a splash of milk. While this is not how you make a tradtitional chai, it will hit the spot when you are in a hurry or just don't feel like making a fuss. Every family has their own variation with largely the same ingredients and this masala blend is our cherished family recipe.