Herbs are magical little plants. They can dress up a dish with vibrant flavor and appearance. Their aromas can heal a troubled mind and depending on how they are used their decoctions can promote specific feelings in body, mind and spirit. I created this blend on the Full Moon in Leo to help me harness my creative energies and release them back into the world successfully; a hard feat for any self proclaimed artist. Enjoy this tea in the afternoon before reading an inspiring book or perhaps while you sit down in front of your journal.

Simply Mix Together:

  • 1/2 tsp Lavender
  • 1 tsp Spearmint
  • 1/2 tsp Passion Flower

Pour 6-8 ounces of boiling water over the tea ball filled with herbs in your favorite mug. Let it steep for 15 minutes and then remove tea ball. Best results come with a few dunks of the tea ball every 5 minutes or so. As you’re waiting for it to steep fully hold the mug and let the aromas wash over you.

Go to your creative space and relax with your warm tea. Sit with your journal, your canvas, your dance floor and ponder creation. While you waft in the aroma of your tea sit with the mantra: Nourish my spirit.

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Published by Carajuana

Since 2011 my time has been dedicated to the cannabis industry and the patients who need it. I have worked at 5 retail dispensaries -both medical and recreational- across three states -Northern & Southern CA, AZ, WA-, and love teaching people how to properly use the cannabis plant. My free time is spent reading metaphysical works, practicing yoga and learning more about herbs.

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