Soothe your spirit and start your day focused on our tasty heart healthy brew. This herbal blend of Guava, Tumeric, and butterfly pea flower offers a subtle and well-balanced flavor that supports you on your path towards peace and harmony. Tune in to your heart center as you open yourself to explore your life path and your movement towards fulfilling your life’s purpose.
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
Tumeric- Although its fragrance is mild, turmeric has a peppery, warm, bitter flavor and a bright yellow color that stains everything (but don’t worry, it will come off your skin). Popularly known for its anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is also a good source of vitamin C, magnesium, fiber, vitamin B6, iron, potassium and manganese; it definitely packs a punch on nutrients. It is also known to stimulate digestion, support the liver, and reduce intestinal permeability.
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.
Warning: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
The heart chakra
Location: The center of the chest, encapsulating the heart, the thymus gland (which plays a vital role in your endocrine and lymphatic system), the lungs, and the breasts.
What it is: As the central chakra, the fourth (or Anahata) chakra represents where the physical and the spiritual meet. And, as its name implies, is all about the love. It’s the awakening to spiritual awareness, forgiveness, and service. It’s believed that when your heart chakra is aligned and balanced, love and compassion are flowing freely this refers to both giving it out and getting it back. Your good vibes are practically contagious.
When it’s blocked: A closed heart chakra can give way to grief, anger, jealousy, fear of betrayal, and hatred toward yourself and others—especially in the form of holding a grudge against something or someone. Holding onto hurt harbors negative feelings and cuts you off from opportunities to love.
Color: Green and pink
Element associated with it: Air
Crystals associated with it: Rose quartz, jade, malachite
Yoga pose that activates it: Back bends, reverse plank, upward-facing dog