The Goddess tea has been intuitively blended with the intention to awaken the goddess within you. Ancient plant wisdom, floral notes and ruby pink hues this tea is visually mesmerizing and beautiful to drink. The herbs have been picked because of their association with the goddess. As you drink the tea visualize reconnecting, reawakening and reclaiming the goddess within.
These herbs have been picked because of their association with the goddess / divine feminine
Rose petals: The queen of flowers. High vibrational and beautiful to look at, symbolises the divine feminine and associated with the Egyptian goddess Isis and the goddess of love Aphrodite
Lavender: The ancient Egyptians used lavender for perfume and incense. This is the Herb of Love bringing a sense of calmness and serenity to the inner self. Associated with the triple Greek goddess Hecate
Chamomile: Although this is associated with the sun Gods and has a masculine energy, throughout ancient times Egyptian women combined chamomile and crushed rose petals to apply to their skin (Masculine and Feminine) and In Ancient Greek it was used to address the female reproduction system. I like that chamomile brings in the divine masculine energy to the goddess tea.
Hibiscus: Associated with love, beauty, sensuality and peace. It belongs to the Hindu goddess Kali. Kali is a manifestation of primordial energy, the supreme mother, she is fearless in the face of fear and she is empowerment.
Tulsi: In India this herb is sacred and referred to as the Queen of herbs and also known as the elixir of life. This herb is associated with the goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth, prosperity & well-being
Miron Violet Glass: To preserve the bioenergietics of the herbal ingredients. This is a forever use jar, please refill or repurpose.
Refill Bag: Fully compostable, please remove sticker and place your refill bag in your compost