Let it Be
A light herbal blend that helps support the heart with Hawthorn leaf and flower, borage, skullcap, cinnamon, and lavender.
This blend may ease feelings of sadness along with racing thoughts from stress or grief.
Hawthorn has been used for centuries for both the physical heart, and the emotional one. herbalist Rosemary Gladstar writes that hawthorn's haws, leaves and flowers contain beneficial flavonoids and procyanidins “to feed and tone the heart.” Hawthorn is also used as an energy medicine for the heart, for protection and healing of the heart, opening the heart, expressing, giving and receiving love.
Borage is described as a comfort to the heart, dispelling melancholy, and making men and women glad and merry. The Celtic name for borage is borrach meaning courage. A tea made from the leaves can be taken to support those with colds, fevers, and respiratory infections as well as treating depression and sadness.
Skullcap helps boost mood and may help reduce feelings of anxiety. Notably, this plant was used in traditional medicine practices as a sedative and treatment for conditions like insomnia and anxiety. Skullcap helps to balance hormones, release endorphins, boost heart health and soothe the nervous system.
Cinnamon warms the body and helps to reduce blood pressure, and may help to decrease the risk of heart disease thanks to the anti-inflammatory properties. By decreasing inflammation, cinnamon helps to improve blood circulation, and its full of antioxidants, helps protect the brain, and aids immunity. Cinnamon also gives this brew a warm comforting flavor.
Lavender eases the feelings of stress and anxiety and has a positive impact on mood. Its calming and soothing nature make it a great choice to help calm you especially before sleep.
Small bags make 6 to 8 cups
Small tins make 9 to 12 cups
Large tins make 28 to 32 cups
Large bags make 35 to 40 cups
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