Tea of the Month: Ignite!
Spark your libido & celebrate passion!Deepen your connection to your sexual being with this aromatic tea. This blend of nervines, adaptogens and sensual aphrodisiacs was crafted to ignite passion, enhance sexual sensation, and nurture your emotional presence in the moment. Ignite your body and embrace your desires! This blend stars Damiana, a seductive aromatic herb used to boost libido, rejuvenate sexual function, and promote positive mood. Damiana is often recommended for folks with histories of sexual trauma and for cases in which depression interferes with one’s sexuality. Horny Goat Weed is also renowned for its ability to enhance sex drive, sexual performance, and pleasure. Ashwagandha and Holy Basil deeply nourish vital energy, including the force of healthy, centered sexuality. As adaptogens, these herbs can help the body to self-correct a wide variety of emotional and physical imbalances, including those related to sexual function. Passionflower is a beloved nerve tonic, great for calming anxiety and helping you relax into the moment. Jasmine, Clove, and Rose Petals are all gentle, sensual aromatics long used to celebrate love and sensuality. A hint of refreshing Spearmint rounds out the flavor. Each batch also includes a sprinkle of Blackberry and Hibiscus flower essences, used to help manifest desires and to promote soulful intimacy and sexual responsiveness. Ingredients: Damiana Leaf, Horny Goat Weed, Ashwagandha Root, Holy Basil Leaf, Passionflower Leaf, Rose Petals, Clove, Jasmine Flower, Spearmint Leaf, flower essences of Blackberry and Hibiscus Directions: For medicinal-strength infusion, one tablespoon per 8 oz water, steeped 10 minutes-8 hours. For a lighter tea, use 1-3 teaspoons per cup, and steep 5-10 minutes, covered. THS recommends that you consult with a qualified healthcare professional before using herbal products, particularly if you take other medications, or if you are nursing, pregnant, or expecting to become pregnant. This information is for education purposes, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
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