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Zoom radiant self-love nourishing rose & nettle tea
Zoom radiant self-love nourishing rose & nettle tea
Zoom radiant self-love nourishing rose & nettle tea

Radiant Self-Love Nourishing Rose & Nettle Tea


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I created the Radiant Self-Love Tea for those of us who need to slow down and appreciate where we’re we are on our journey to glow and stop constantly chasing the goal of better, clearer skin.

Healing happens in the parasympathetic (calm, quiet) state, not in the perpetual stressed (sympathetic) state we find ourselves in our everyday hectic life.

When enjoying a cup of medicinal herbal tea such as this beautiful nourishing blend, take a moment to close your eyes and connect to your heart. Your heart knows what you need to heal. Tune in, trust it.

How To Use

How to make a cup of medicinal tea
When making an infusion it’s important to not pour boiling water on the plant matter (you will the medicinal properties of the plants). After the water has boiled, wait a few minutes then pour the water over the tea in a stainless steel strainer. Cover your cup with a small plate (very important) or you will loose the volatile oils in the plants.

You can leave this blend to steep for a few minutes or longer for stronger medicinal properties.

You can also cold infuse overnight and drink chilled with ice.

Adjust the quantity of herbs to water based on your liking.

Ex: 1 tbs of plants to 1 1/2 cup of water, use more plant matter for stronger medicinal properties. Steeping the can also be adjusted to your taste but try to steep for at least 2 minutes.


*Nettle (Urtica dioica), *Rose (Rosa sp), **Calendula officionalis, *Cleavers (Galium aparine), *Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis).
*Organic or **wildcrafted.

About the botanicals in this blend

Nettle (Urtica dioica)

Known as an overall nourisher and strengthener, stinging nettle leaf (Urtica dioica) is full of vitamins and minerals, most notably magnesium, calcium, iron, and protein that can be easily assimilated. (Wood, 1997 & Weed, 1989)

Nettle is a deeply nourishing herb that revitalizes the entire body. Nettle’s rich wealth of nutrients is helpful when there is muscle cramping from low vitamin and mineral intake, as well as assisting in nourishing the body after illness or prolonged stress.

Nettles support healthful function of the kidneys, liver, digestive tract, and metabolism while strengthening the overall constitution.

Rose (Rosa sp)
The ultimate heart medicine, I’ve chosen to add rose to this tea for its heart healing properties and her invitation to love your Self no matter what is going on with your skin right now.

Rose medicine supports the emotional heart during times of stress, depression and overwhelm. It invites us to a deeper connection to self, move out of apathy, and into self-love. It’s also a tonic that supports heart health.

Rose asks us to enter the doorway of the intuitive heart, the place within that holds all the answers.

Calendula officionalis
Calendula, a really good friend of mine, is known for its anti-inflammatory properties thanks to its powerful flavonoids. These plant-based antioxidants protect cells from free radical damage and pro-inflammatory compounds like C-reactive protein and cytokines.

Calendula tea is commonly used to help remedy peptic ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It supports the healing of gastric and intestinal inflammation from infection or irritation through its vulnerary (wound healing), anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial actions

If you are currently struggling with a skin “issue”, you cannot ignore the gut / skin connection. Healing your gut is crucial to healing your skin and our friend Calendula is a dear ally on this journey.

Cleavers (Galium aparine)
Modern herbalists use Cleavers to support the lymphatic glands and the health of mucosal membranes of the urinary tract and skin.

Cleavers’ cooling and moving properties are especially called for when the lymphatic stagnation is accompanied by signs of heat – for example, the affected area feels warm to the touch, with redness and/or swelling.

I like to drink a cold infusion of cleavers in the summer to support healthy lymphatic flow and bring into balance my often overheating constitution (pitta in Ayurveda).

Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis)
Lemon balm is a gentle nervine that helps calm and rejuvenate the nervous system, easing anxiety, nervous tension, insomnia, and headaches.

This beautiful herb ally is known to soothe digestive upsets, especially when associated with nervous stress. As a mild antispasmodic, it will also soothe cramps.

Lemon balm gently stimulates the liver and helps to enhance digestion bringing healthful vitamins and minerals. As a potent antiviral, it can be of great help during viral illnesses, such as colds or flu.

Radiant Self-Love Nourishing Rose & Nettle Tea



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