Organic Botanical Wellness Teas For Naturally Beautiful Skin!
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We have choosen these organic botanicals for overall wellness & naturally beautiful skin!
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Each botanical can be made into a tea or can be added to other teas for flavor plus the medicinal value in the botanical itself!
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Rosehips & Hibiscus Flower Tea
It helps to regenerate skin cells, healing wounds and scars. It also helps to keep the skin elastic and nourished. This will not only prevent wrinkles, but can actually help to minimize any that have already appeared. Rose hips are the best source of Vitamin C; they contain 50% more Vitamin C than oranges. The vitamin A is also beneficial to the immune system. It can help to prevent infections from both bacteria and viruses. It helps the immune system to fight off any infections plus anti-oxidants that are FREE-Radical Scavengers! Hibiscus beautiful red tropical flower is more than just a lovely sight to see. Rich in Antioxidants, this naturally caffeine-free botanical aids in combating Premature Aging Skin, Cholesterol Levels* as well as Lowering Blood Pressure and has tons of Vitamin C to keep your immune system in check.
Powerhouse Protein Vitamins & Minerals
A handful of goji berries is a great way to get your daily supply of protein, vitamins and minerals, as they offer a stunning array of vitamins and trace minerals. Thirteen percent protein, goji berries contain 18 out of 22 amino acids as well as more beta carotene than that found in carrots and more iron than encountered in spinach. Containing 21 important trace minerals, including vitamins B1, B2, B6, vitamin E and vitamin C, there is no argument that these bright little berries are a powerhouse of nutritional value. They can be enjoyed alone or as a sweetener in tea! More Info Below!
Water Temperature: 206 F degrees
Steep Time: 5-7 minutes
Suggested Serving Size: 1 Tbsp/8oz
Caffeine Content: Caffeine Free
Ingredients: Organic Goji Berries
Origin: Tibet, China
The richest and most complete spectrum of antioxidant carotenoids of all known food with more beta carotene than carrots, vitamin A, and
zeaxanthin (protects the Skin) (protects the eyes).
B-complex vitamins (for converting food into energy).
Vitamin C (500 times more per ounce than found in oranges).
Vitamin E (very rarely found in fruits, usually only found in grains, seeds, and nuts.)
Excellent source of selenium and germanium (used in a number of clinical trials involving cancer patients).
21 trace minerals (including germanium – rarely found in foods).
Linoleic-acid (found to lower body fat, support increases in lean body mass, and enhance immune function).
In Oriental medicine, the Goji Berry is said to correct "chi deficiencies" such as low energy, insomnia, heart palpitations, and anxiety.
Polysaccharides (which fortify the immune system) including a powerful anti-aging agent which stimulates the secretion of rejuvenative human growth hormones by the pituitary gland.
18 amino acids (the building blocks of protein) including all eight that are essential for life.
More protein than whole wheat (13% more), the Goji Berry displays an insulin-like action that is effective in fat decomposition.
Beta-sitosterol (an anti-inflammatory agent known to lower cholesterol and used to treat sexual impotence and prostate enlargement).
Essential fatty acids (which are required for the body's production of hormones and for the smooth functioning of the brain and nervous system).
Cyperone (benefits the heart and blood pressure, alleviates menstrual discomfort, and has been used in the treatment of cervical cancer).
Solavetivone (a powerful anti-fungal and anti-bacterial compound).
Physalein (natural compound that is active against all major types of leukemia, with broad-spectrum anti-cancer effect, and is often used as a treatment for hepatitis B).
Betaine (helps reduce levels of homocysteine a prime risk factor in heart disease; and protects cellular DNA.
The Cocoa Bean!
Add to your Teas or Coffee also can be made into a facial mask by adding coconut oil and raw honey to the the cocoa nibs and pulverize in a bleander apply for 10-15 minutes, for energy, stong nails, beautiful skin, healthy shiny hair and good for the heart too! Can be eating by itself with it's sweet nutty flavor! Cocoa Nibs A Real Chocolate Delight!
Ayurveda Tulsi is known as a sacred herb and is described as the "Queen of Herbs" for its many uses. The flavor is crisp with slight peppery notes and a grassy clean finish Tulsi, also known as holy basil, has been used medicinally in India for at least a few thousand years. Due to its reputation of improving a wide-spectrum of ailments, conditions and symptoms, tulsi is also nicknamed the "Queen of Herbs" in most regions of India. Tulsi displays many medicinal properties and is commonly used as a natural antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and adaptogen. Adaptogens are substances that have the ability to reduce stress levels by boosting immune response and balancing hormone levels.
Hormone imbalance is a cause of many symptoms and conditions, especially those that afflict women as they age. Menstrual problems, fatigue, weight-gain, mood changes, reduced libido, hot flashes, insomnia, inflammation and diffuse musculoskeletal pain are common symptoms of hormonal imbalance. Hormones are produced by glandular tissue, such as the thyroid, pancreas and adrenal glands, which are sensitive to dietary toxins, radiation, disease conditions and stress. Damaged or diseased glands result in hormone imbalance, which always leads to symptoms sooner or later. There are many types of hormones circulating in your body, but cortisol is the primary stress hormone.
Tulsi and Cortisol
Cortisol is released by the adrenal glands, which sit atop your kidneys, during bouts of emotional or physical stress. Adaptogens such as ginseng and tulsi help reduce the biochemical developments of stress by balancing cortisol levels, according to "Natural Standard Herb & Supplement Reference: Evidence-based Clinical Reviews." Specifically, too much cortisol affects the thyroid gland, ovaries and pancreas, so tulsi is able to impact the functioning of these glands secondarily. For example, too much cortisol can cause an imbalance of insulin secretion from the pancreas, which can lead to hypoglycemia or hyperglycemia. However, tulsi can help balance blood glucose levels indirectly by regulating cortisol secretion. Furthermore, tulsi may impact the secretion of neurotransmitters in the brain, such as serotonin and dopamine, which help regulate mood and mental well-being.
Stir together finely grounded tulsi leaves in around 1 tablespoon of lime juice and apply on affected area to achieve that flawless skin look. This process can be repeated for at least twice a day to get the desired results.
Treating Skin Conditions Due to the healing properties of neem, it's useful in treating a variety of skin conditions and is especially effective in treating those who don't respond to typical medical treatment, Stason.org says. Neem is used to treat such skin conditions as acne, psoriasis, eczema, ringworm and warts. It's also beneficial in treating the scalp for dandruff and scaling. Neem is beneficial to skin by helping heal minor scrapes and skin abrasions because of its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Neem is a tree that's used as an herbal culinary spice and as an herbal tincture and extract for its healing properties. It's also used in
toothpastes, creams and lotions, according to the Stason.org website. Neem bark, leaves, fruit, seeds and oils contain pharmacological substances that have therapeutic qualities such as antiviral,
antifungal, antimicrobial, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Neem fights infection and boosts the immune system without destroying beneficial bacteria in the body. The high
fatty-acid content of neem oil makes it very effective in treating several skin ailments. It also has skin-rejuvenating qualities.
Used in India for over 2000 years for its rewarding versatility, this sacred herb is considered a major component in the practice of Ayurvedic medicine. Because of its cooling properties and lingering bitter taste, neem is often used as a complementary element to enhance and add dimension to otherwise subtle flavors.