I have been working with and studying herbs over the past few years and I’m excited to be able to start sharing some of my herbal creations. These are products I use in my house regularly.
Salves are a wonderful addition to any first aid kit or natural medicine cabinet. They are easy to use as well as take with you. Having young kids, they are a must have and my family plays a big role in all I create.
Peace Salve – a combination of lavender and chamomile infused oil as well as Bach Flower Essences to help promote feelings of peacefulness and wellbeing. This salve is helpful for stress, tension and anxiety. Just apply salve to temples, inner wrists, back of neck or anywhere you are feeling tension.
Rescue Herbal Salve – a combination of yarrow and calendula infused oil to help soothe cuts, scrapes, stings and bites. Also contains Bach Flower Essences to help with shock and trauma from injury. Apply as needed.
Warming Salve – a combination of ginger root, cayenne pepper, turmeric and arnica infused oil. Apply to sore muscles and joints as needed. This salve also contains Bach Flower Essences to help rejuvenate the feelings of being worn out. Apply to sore muscles and joints as needed.
Herbal Support Salve – a combination of comfrey, yarrow and arnica infused oil to help with bruises, sprains, fractures and deep injuries on unbroken skin.
Salves are $6 per 1 oz tin and only available locally.
Herbal Loose Tea
I love using tea to support health – the ritual itself of enjoying a cup of tea supports our wellbeing and helps fend off stress, but tea is also packed full of many nutrients that support our health and are easy for the body to absorb.
Immune Spice Loose Tea – a blend of Holy Basil (Tulsi), Orange Peel and Chaga mushrooms. This tea has a nice warm spicy flavour from the holy basil with a hint of orange. Holy Basil is an adaptogenic herb that helps the body adapt to stress and supports mental well being. Stress is by the far the biggest reason our immune systems become weak and overworked. Holy Basil provides nutrients such as vitamin A and C, zinc, calcium, iron and chlorophyll. Orange peel is a source of fibre to help support regular bowel movements, stabilizes blood sugar and is supportive to respiratory health. Oranges in my blend are dried in my home at low heat to retain maximum nutrients. Chaga is known as the King of medicinal mushrooms. It is one of the most potent sources of antioxidants known and is especially a great source of SOD (superoxide dimutase) which is one of our most important antioxidants. SOD is quickly depleted by EMF expose such as electronics (cell phones, TV’s, computers, iPads, wifi, etc.) and indoor light – which is all increased during the colder seasons!
Holiday Warmth Herbal Tea – a blend of dried apple, cinnamon, red rooibos, elderberries and ginger. Apples are a superfood that supports healthy digestion and stabilized blood sugar. It is also a source of quercetin. Quercetin is an antioxidant that supports immune function, improves inflammatory and histamine response. Cinnamon – known for stabilizing blood sugar and a potent antioxidant. Along with ginger, these herbs give this tea its “warmth” as both herbs are known to be warming. Ginger – warmth in a glass that can improve blood circulation, support immune health – especially respiratory and support digestive health. Red Rooibos – supports immune health and has 50% more antioxidants than green tea. Nourishes digestive health, immune support, hair, skin and bones thanks to the many minerals such as calcium, manganese, iron, zinc, copper and more. Elderberries – popular for its high vitamin C content and immune support. These berries taste delicious in tea, are cooling so they add balance to the warming herbs.
Teas are available in single servings for $2 each, 3 for $5. Larger sizes may be available upon request.
Reusable tea bags (cotton, unbleached) $1 each, 3 for $2
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