Sample Release the Heat (Menopause Tea) 4g
For the Goddess who is ready to enter the next phase of her life!
Archetype: Protector, Crone
Ingredients: Sage, Red Clover, Damiana, St. John's Wort, Chaste Berry (Vitex Berry), Passion Flower, Licorice, Hibiscus Flower.
Flavour Profile: Peppery and herby flavours come through strongly from the Damiana with a sweet finish
The Release the Heat Tea was formulated to help combat the symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, hormone imbalances, and low libido. This tea helps women to usher in the new phases of their life: the Protector and the Crone. The Protector Archetype is an in-between stage of the Mother and Crone Archetypes. She is the guardian of knowledge, gathering it to her and continuing to learn life lessons so she may be able to pass them on to others once she has reached her Crone phase. As a Crone, she becomes the teacher, Wise Woman, and giver, offering life knowledge and guiding the younger generation through the perils of life with calmness and sage advice.
While this tea was originally intended for older women beginning menopause, it has also found a niche in helping people deal with symptoms associated with the Human Ascension process. If you are experiencing Ascension hot flashes, due to downloading or over-energized nervous system, this tea helps to cool you down and process the new information as it comes your way. Drink this tea anytime you are feeling these symptoms for some relief from the deluge.
For those approaching menopause, drink daily for support, try chilling it for a cool, refreshing drink on hot summer days.
All Senses of the Soul™ Teas have been co-creatively blended in partnership with Mother Earth. Our teas are handcrafted with organic, wild-harvested, or non-irradiated herbs. These exquisite loose-leaf teas have whole flowers, vibrant leaves, and chopped roots to provide richer flavour and a stronger life force than processed bagged teas. Teas work on an energetic level while also providing benefits to the body and its systems. Sitting down to a cup of tea is an act of self-nurturing, bringing awareness and intention to the individual's healing experience.
Disclaimer: If on medication, check with your health practitioner before use. Do not combine herbal remedies with pharmaceutical drugs unless you have consulted your health practitioner. As with all medicinal products, keep out of reach of children and pets, and avoid use during pregnancy or lactation.