This tea blend is sure to help improve your mood and clear your mind. These gentle herbs, like chamomile, were chosen to help ease feelings of discomfort or tension and instead invite relaxation. Enjoy this tea anytime of the day, whenever it is needed most.
Directions: Can be enjoyed cold or hot. Cover tea with hot water and steep for up to 30 minutes, depending on strength or flavor desired. Add honey and enjoy!
Mythology: Heka was an ancient Egyptian deity associated with health and wellness. The god Heka was incorporated by practitioners into medicine - for the Egyptians, healing was seen as the province of the gods. In other words, medicine was magic, and so to honor Heka was one of several ways to bring about good health in someone who was ailing.
All Organic Ingredients: Chamomile, oatstraw, lemon balm, and lavender.
Brewing Instructions: Can be enjoyed cold or hot. 1-2 tablespoons makes a single serving, or brew all 2 oz. in a pot to make up to 3 gallons. Cover tea with hot water and steep for up to 30 minutes, depending on strength or flavor desired. Add honey if desired and enjoy!
If Brewing for Pets: Make a strong tea. Use 10 ml or less than 2.5 teaspoons of tea for every 30 lbs of weight, 2 x a day.
CHAMOMILE (Matricaria recutita) - Gentle and soothing, this flower may promote a healthy nervous system and overall relaxation.*
OATSTRAW (Avena sativa) - Known as a nervine, it potentially nourishes and soothes the central nervous system helping decrease feelings of fear.*
LEMON BALM (Melissa officinalis) - A sweet herb used by herbalists to calm discomfort and tension, while supporting the nervous system. May promote emotional health and may leave you feeling uplifted.*
LAVENDER (Lavandula angustifolia) - Known for promoting relaxation and a healthy mood, and may possibly help alleviate mild feelings of agitation or distress.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant, nursing, or on medication, consult with your health care practitioner before use.