Cozy up with Chai

September 29, 2015

I love this time of year! Warm woolens,mushrooms, foraging,tea, knitting and cozy home time with family. We are launching our new Fall collection with some amazing fall staples to cozy up with, stay healthy in this transition season and to boost immunity.Here are some fall tea staples to stay warm as we add more medicinals to our growing line-up!

Liberty Cold and Flu tisane of foraged botanicals.

Foraged botanicals from early spring to late fall are hand crafted by our Herbalist TeaCrafter into our potent medicinal Cold and Flu tisane. Wise Elderflower, Vitamin C rich Douglas Fir, aromatic Labrador Tea, diaphoretic Yarrow, adaptogenic Tulsi and soothing expectorants bolster your natural defenses, open the channels, warm up and ease Colds and Flus. Usnea Lichen, Mullein leaf, Labrador Tea, ginger root, licorice root and marshmallow root combine with citral rich Lemon Myrtle as a formidable lung allies with traditional use as antiviral, antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Powerhouse tisane to help sweat it out, move it out and for a swift recovery.

Always consult your Physician. Not for use in Pregnancy or High Blood Pressure!

Licorice Mint Moss.

Our ultra-soothing medicinal tisane for upset tummy, sore throat, flu, and for promotion of digestive and lung health. Potently refreshing Mountain Mints loaded with demulcent and expectorant licorice. West Coast foraged Usnea, stinging nettles, ginger root and our Thérroir TPatch immune-boosting Tulsi come together to make you sing.Coast Mountain range trio of mints with our Thérroir TPatch: wild mint, spearmint and Tulsi with Namasthé foraged west coast Licorice fern and Stinging nettles. Spices and medicinals from our organic partner farmers around the globe.

Chaga Chai

Our wildest foraged Chai masala Pu-erh tea, hand blended with a collection of detoxifying botanicals foraged by Namasthé wildcrafters and friends. Dig up your wilderness roots with liver nourishing bitters and adaptogenic Wild foraged Chaga mushroom, burdock, sarsaparilla, chicory and dandelion roots. Kindle you agni with warming digestive ayurvedic spices of fenugreek, cardamom, fennel seeds, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and Cayenne chili that stimulate circulation. Enliven, nourish and cleanse with our rich Chaga chai for the wild at heart.

 

Stay Well

Isabelle Ranger

Herbalist

 




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