Organic Dream of Flowers Tea
Organic Dream of Flowers Tea
Every Dream of Flowers ordered this weekend comes with a free sample for a friend.
Origin: Egypt, France, India
Night Time Tea
Rejuvenating and restful sleep
Stomach soothing agent
#1 blend for sleepless nights! Our Dream of Flowers blend contains a perfectly balanced mixture of sedative herbs and flowers. This mix of Egyptian honey chamomile, rose petals, French lavender, and Tulsi gives every cup a sweet and spiced floral aroma and flavor.
Organic Rose Petals
Organic Tulsi aka Holy Basil
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Holy basil, or Tulsi, is a plant that hails from India. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as an “adaptogen” (something that allows the body to adapt to stress or health). It has been used for centuries by herbalists to combat the common cold, aid in the treatment of asthma, bronchitis, earache, headache, stomach upset, heart disease, and fever. It has also been used to promote longevity and as a mosquito repellant. When applied topically, holy basil may aid in the treatment of ringworm. Holy basil may cause the blood to clot slower, so please use carefully when taking anticoagulants. Increased perspiration may occur when taking Tulsi. For this ingredient click here.
Organic Rose petals are breathtaking and beautiful flowers containing a multitude of compounds and nutrients known to benefit the body. Our rose petals are grown in the finest fields of Egypt and have a sweet, rosy and grassy flavor and aroma. The list of virtues of rose petals is long enough to be considered as an all-purpose natural medicine. Rose petals are known to contain Vitamin C and B group vitamins. They have been traditionally used to harmonize the immune and nervous system. For this ingredient click here.
Organic Lavender has been used for centuries to relieve restlessness, insomnia, nervousness and mood disorders. The flowers and oils are both used to treat similar things (don’t ingest the oil, though), such as insomnia, pain and agitation related to dementia. Still others have used it to encourage hair growth in cases of alopecia. It is antiseptic and effective in the treatment of candidia or vaginal yeast infections. Take care for use in pre-pubescent males, while taking any sedating medications, or while taking Chloral hydrate. For this ingredient click here.
Organic Chamomile has been used since the rise of the Roman Empire and is gentle enough to be used by both adults and children. Breathing the steam from a pot of boiling chamomile flowers has been thought to help asthma and allergies. As a slave, it has been thought to aid healing of burns, minor wounds, and hemorrhoids. Women have used it to relieve pain from menstrual cramps, to reduce morning sickness during pregnancy, and parents have used it to help their babies with teething pain, fussiness, and colic. It has also been used as a mild laxative, to aid rheumatic problems, lumbago, and rashes. Chamomile has natural anti-bacterial properties, and the flowers contain volatile oils (Bisabolol, bisabolol oxides A and B, matricin) that are thought to speed healing and regenerate cells. For this ingredient click here.
Interesting Article by the Journal of Ethnopharmacology
The majority of the used plants (ROSE PETALS being one of them) were situated on the recreational-medicinal continuum, which could be divided into two domains: recreational, medicinal and the “grey” area that lies around the borderline. The predominance of the cold and cold-related diseases on the spectrum treated by plants used for making recreational tea reflects the climatic conditions of the region and suggests that they are the most commonly self-treated diseases in the region,..). For the full article please Click Here
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