This aromatic blend provides a flavorful burst that is not only tasty but also combines the healing properties of Guava, Moringa, Soursop, Mango, and Butterfly Pea Flower. This unique combination of herbs has a longtime reputation for helping to strengthen the throat chakra which governs the respiratory system and the thyroid gland.
The lesson for working with this tea is learning to give voice and make choices based on your own intuitive wisdom and impulses. Use this tea while working to develop your intuitive and psychic abilities as you move more dynamically towards your life’s purpose while stepping boldly into your unique gifts and talents.
Guava Leaf- If guava fruit is healthy, then it should not surprise you that the leaves are super healthy. Here are some of the benefits of guava leaves that you need to know.
- Helps in stopping diarrhea
- Reduced cholesterol levels
- Helps in losing weight
- Controls diabetes
- Fights cancer and prevents you from having any risk as such
- Helps in good vision
- Used for healing acne
- Helps in improving your skin texture
Moringa– Moringa Oleifera has been used in traditional ayurvedic medicine for centuries. The health benefits of this versatile supplement will blow matcha away, boasting over 92 nutrients, 46 antioxidants, 36 anti-inflammatories and 18 amino acids. It is an excellent source of minerals like potassium, iron, magnesium, calcium and vitamins A and C as well as macro minerals, trace minerals and phytonutrients. Moreover, it is a good source of quality protein and dietary fiber.
Below are the acclaimed health benefits of consuming Moringa powder:
- Boosts stamina and prevents fatigue
- Improves digestive system and assists with weight management
- Promotes healthy and glowing skin
- Assists with muscle recovery
- Controls blood pressure
- Detoxifies your body
- Reduces inflammation of the body
- Improves immunity
- Aids and improves hair growth
- Delays ageing process
Butterfly Pea Flower has been used in traditional medicine across Southeast Asia, including Ayurveda, for centuries for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. There are many claims made about the medical benefits of this tea and it has been used to treat a wide array of health problems from skin an hair issues, to improving eyesight and infertility. It is known to reduces stress, anxiety, and depression. Use of this flower is claimed to enhance memory, cognitive ability, creativity, and motivation. But, it is also used for its tranquilizing and sedative effects.
Soursop Leaves- Rich in essential vitamins and minerals soursop leaves can be used as an effective remedy for various health problems. Scientific studies show that soursop leaves have antimicrobial properties, antimalarial, antiparasidic and antivirus properties. The hypoglycemic properties of the leaves can help regulate the blood sugar levels of a diabetic person. They also contain hypotensive properties and are said to be an effective alternative for people suffering with hypertension.
Soursop leaves contain at least 25% calcium which plays an integral part of keeping the bones strong and healthy. Just like chocolate and other sugary foods the leaves can boost your mood naturally and can be an immediate and natural solution to calming nerves.
Thiamine can be found in soursop leaves. This essential vitamin converts the sugar in the human body into energy. The leaves contain potassium which prevents the development of muscle cramps. They are loaded with a great amount of iron which can support people suffering with anemia. The Fibre is present in every soursop leaf helpsto relieve constipation. While, the niacin found in soursop leaves can help regulate cholesterol as well as boosting the good cholesterol.
Mango Leaves-Not only this, mango leaves which you may often discard can actually work as a great herbal medicine. Mango leaves are full of healing and medicinal properties. Benefits of mango leaves are so varied and extensive that they are given immense importance in eastern medicine too. These leaves are fleshy and shiny with a sharp tip containing vitamins C, B and A. They are also rich in various other nutrients. These leaves have powerful antioxidant properties as they have a high content of flavonoids and phenols.
The throat chakra
Location: The name says it all—anatomically, the throat chakra is associated with the thyroid, parathyroid, jaw, neck, mouth, tongue, and larynx.
What it is: Have zero problem saying how you feel? Your fifth chakra, which is all about speaking your inner truth—or specifically, ensuring that your inner truths are properly communicated—is likely well-balanced. With the Sanskrit name of Vishuddha, the throat chakra rules all communication. It’s the first of the three solely spiritual chakras (as opposed to the first three, which manifest themselves in a more physical way When this chakra is in check, you’re able to fully listen as well as speak and express yourself clearly.
When it’s blocked: In addition to having trouble speaking your truth, you find it hard to pay attention and stay focused, or fear judgment from others—which can further hinder your ability to keep it real. Physically, this blockage can manifest itself as a sore throat, thyroid issues, neck and shoulder stiffness, or tension headaches.
Element associated with it: Ether
Crystals associated with it: Lapis lazuli, aquamarine, kyanite
Yoga poses that activate it: shoulder stand