Rose Ashwaganhda Root
Nutmeg Dandelion Root
Lavender Hibiscus Flower
You know you are instantly won over by a
tea company when...
- the tea is certified organic
(though that should not necessary a deal breaker, if you know and trust where and what farm the tea, herbs and spices are coming from)
- the box is super sleek and has the nostalgic feel of a soft textured book
- the tea bags are bleach free
- you get a brand new tea fortune with every tea you steep
- they have a Chakra series, and infuse their herbs with stones and crystals
Herbalism and Chakras
I love the idea of using herbalism in conjunction with the resonating
centres of our bodies. We know that everything is vibrating, including
our bodies and every organ within. Plants, stones, living foods,
colours, water and even the computer that I am typing on, (governed by
an embedded Quartz crystal to keep time) has vibration.
It makes sense to me that drinking vibrant herbs - like the
purple lavender in the Crown Chakra blend, would resonate at a
high, top heavy frequency, just as Ultra Violet light vibrates at the
highest frequency in a rainbow. It is also no coincidence that Buddha
Teas used deep rooted dandelion and ruby red hibiscus to stimulate
the lowest energy centre in the body.
I enjoyed meditating on these blends this month, and I want to
thank Buddha Teas for reaching out to me on Instagram.
These two interesting and distinct herbal infusions were fun to play
Join me on a flavour adventure in the video below, where I try these two teas!
We have the ability, privilege and responsibility to be an art curator For our own bodies and minds.
We do this by celebrating and blessing what we put in it, whether it be food, knowledge, intention or good tea.
- Jill STella