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Served with Gingerbread cookies of course!


This is my new daily tea for Winter. The Holy Basil gives me an uplift yet is relaxing, the Rosemary helps my brain clear, and the ginger ignites all the medicine and has it's own super powers especially for inflamation. 

I make it into a Tea Latte and add other powders for enrichening.

A touch of cocoa butter for taste and fat to make everything more bioavailable. 


 Holy Basil or Tulsi, the "Incomparable One”. Ocimum Sanctum

Holy Basil has been revered throughout India for thousands of years. Ayurvedic texts describe Holy Basil as a pillar of holistic herbal medicine and a goddess incarnated in plant form (the mother medicine of nature). Helps build up the proper healthy reserves that are what we need for energy and strength. An adaptogen, whole system tonic, with affinities towards the nerves, lung and heart. Gentle immune booster. Holy basil is believed to open the heart and mind and give the energy of love and devotion. Holy basil is immunomodulating, supports the adrenals, helps regulate blood pressure and blood sugar levels, boosts energy levels, protects against oxidative stress, possesses anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antiviral properties and supports the liver. In fact, it is considered to be the “Elixir of Life,” traditionally being used as a tonic for the body, mind and spirit.


Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)is an excellent tonic and all-round stimulant that has always been regarded as uplifting and energising

Rosemary helps to improve circulation, cognitive function, and digestion. It is anti-inflammatory, and full of antioxidants. rosemary tea can help improve digestive processes that keep your gut healthy and happy. Rosemary tea boasts antispasmodic properties that help to reduce gas and bloating. This herbal tea also supports healthy gut bacteria and improves nutrient absorption.Rosemary tea also contains carnosic acid, a compound that helps balance the microflora and good bacteria in your gut.Rosemary tea is rich in antioxidants that help boost overall health and prevent damage caused by free radicals.Rosemary helps boost immunity thanks to its rich concentration of antioxidants and vitamins. Rosemary tea contains high amounts of vitamin C, which has been shown to boost immune health and prevent illness caused by bacteria and viruses (3). Rosemary tea also has high concentrations of vitamin A, magnesium, potassium, and calcium to keep your immune system working at peak levels.


“If thou be feeble boyle the leaves in cleane water and washe thyself and thou shalt be shiny… smell it oft and it shall keep thee youngly” – Banckes’ Herbal, 1525


Ginger Root (Zingber officinale): Ginger has been valued as a zesty spice and a reliable medicinal herb for centuries, with the first recorded uses found in ancient Sanskrit and Chinese texts. It has also been utilized in Greek, Roman, Arabic, and Unani Tibb traditional medicine practices and is now a widely known therapeutic herb in most parts of the world. It is a flavoring agent in beer, soft drinks, candies, and a staple spice and condiment in many countries. Further, its therapeutic properties, ranging from alleviating upset stomach to providing pain relief, are now being substantiated through a vast array of scientific studies. Ginger was prized in love spells for its 'heating up' qualities and has been considered a love herb since ancient times. It was believed that ginger could hasten the success of any spell and that planting a ginger root would ensure financial abundance.


In the book Herbal Emissaries: Bringing Chinese Herbs to the West, Steven Foster writes:


"Ginger is truly an herbal emissary in the broadest sense. Perhaps no other herb, except garlic, crosses all barriers, cultural, historical, and geographic–food versus medicine, Western versus Oriental, scientific versus folk tradition. Ginger is a universal herb in all respects."


Ginger has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and is believed to effect lung, spleen, heart, and stomach meridians.16


Ingredients: Holy Basil, Rosemary, Ginger Root, all organic, all love.


Nadulinka's Preference: Gingerbread Tea Latte, added steamed milk of your choice, a dab of cacao butter and maple syrup! 


2 and 4 oz. available


*These statements has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For educational purposes only. Please see your health care practioner for any questions or concerns. 

Gingerbread Tea

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