A powerful blend of organic herbs formulated for little ones. An excellent addition to any bedtime ritual.
Known as the herb of purification & protection
Dispels anger, stabilizes emotions & calms irritability
Anti-inflammatory · Antidepressant · Antispasmodic · Nervine · Sedative
Focuses on the review of life ~ let go & move forward
Anti-inflammatory · Diaphoretic · Expectorant
Protects against negative energies
Enhances discernment & prophetic dreams
Antibacterial · Astringent · Diuretic
Praised for her ability to dispel melancholy
Promotes relaxation & encourages sound sleep
Antidepressant · Nervine · Sedative
Recognized for its bounty of nutrition, as well as, its sting
Reminds us to take time to nourish ourselves at the most basic levels
Astringent · Diuretic · Tonic
Nurtures compassion for one’s self & others
Reminds us to be gentle with one another, to be loving & patient
Anti-inflammatory · Antioxidant · Astringent · Nervine
Ingredients: Matricaria chamomilla (chamomile)*, Melissa officinalis (lemon balm)*, Sambucus nigra (elderberry)*, Urtica dioica (nettle)*, Rosa spp. (rosehip)*, Hibiscus sabdariffa (hibiscus)* (* ~ Certified Organic)
To Use: Use 2 teaspoons of herbal tea per 8 ounces of boiling water. Cover & allow to steep for 5-10 minutes. Strain herbs prior to drinking. Enjoy!
Safety: Do not consume if pregnant.
All of our teas are hand-blended with loving intention in small batches using certified organic, all-natural, wildcrafted or fair-trade ingredients, sourced from ethical organic suppliers in the USA. Each product is crafted using solar-lunar infused herbal oils that are made right here at Oak Moon Rising and are void of essential oils or synthetic scents, unless specified.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and probably never will be. Oak Moon Rising does not intend to treat, diagnose, prescribe, or cure any disease or condition. Herbs work best when used over time as part of a healthy lifestyle. They are very powerful and must be used carefully. Consult your healthcare practitioner if you have questions about using herbs and empower yourself by doing your own research.