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Herbal Harmonics Tea

Written by lee on . Posted in Food & Drinks, Reviews

herbal_tea_herbs-600x384 Herbal Harmonic teas are a range of beautiful natural and wild-crafted teas to align and balance the body.  There are eighteen different teas in the range, each with their own unique properties.

Two of my favourites are the painless relief blend and focus blend.
Painless is a natural alternative to using pharmaceuticals for pain in the body, and aligns the body to a healing vibration to aid recovery.  It works by reducing the volume in the pain receptors, and shifting anti-inflammatory factors through the circulatory system.  This assists to calm not only physical symptoms but also mental and emotional disturbances.  When your receptors to pain are diminished, the self-talk and anxious thoughts that that run in your mind are reduced helping to accelerate your body’s natural tendency to heal.
The organic wild-crafted ingredients in this blend include White Willow Bark used traditionally for pain relief, Meadowsweet, Feverfew, Catnip, Chrysanthemum flowers and Lemon Myrtle.
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FOCUS, Insight and Clarity Blend is a tea which is calming and nurturing, allowing your energies to focus and bring a renewed sense of concentration to your mind.
The harmonic alignment within this tea enables a shift in the potency of pain held within the skeletal structure, and therefore when the skeleton relaxes, the muscles adhering to it also relax.  By relaxing and releasing this area, your circulatory system and blood flow can be regulated and the electromagnetic fields within your body are aligned. The tea helps to attune your inner voice and is a wonderful grounding tea to drink throughout the day.
The ingredients in Focus blend are organic and wild-crafted and include Brahmi, Gotu Kola, Ginko Biloba, Lemon Balm and Ginger Root, giving it a fresh taste.
Both teas are extremely drinkable and taste mellow and light and can be taken at any time of the day. You can find out more about the teas on the website or via the facebook page.

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