Asthma, histamine and itchiness
Allspice, Pimento dioica Honey, Apis mellifera
Allspice imbues its innate essential oils to promote comfort when we need it most. The royal purple berries are hand picked at peak ripeness, offering delicate sweetness and robust antioxidants. Allspice contains clarifying compounds which are indicative of it's analgesic and circulatory properties. Infused with the mana of an ancient volcanic island and sincere spirit of aloha, Kauai Honey contains activated enzymes, anti-histamines, elevated nutrients and sublime flavors. Raw, organic honey serves as an effective natural alternative to prescription antibiotics, less the harmful side effects.
Directions: To regulate allergies, eat a spoonful of Allspice honey everyday for optimal health or use acutely for specific indications and/or imbalances. Other ways to consume: Add to hot water with a squeeze of lemon; Enhance tea or other beverages; Flavor spreads, sauces & salads; Drizzle onto fruit, nuts, breakfast bowls, etc.; Use as the perfect compliment to ulu (aka breadfruit: gluten-free) bread.
Loquat, Eriobotrya japonica Soursop, Annona muricata Ginger, Zingiber officinale Turmeric, Curcuma longa
Loquat is specifically useful in cases of respiratory imbalance, helping to break up mucus and soothe the respiratory system. It can be helpful in rebuilding the cilia in our lungs after a long bout of painful coughing. In addition, Loquat's doctrine of signatures points towards its beneficial action on irritated skin and histamine reactions. The leaf itself is fuzzy, almost rough in nature, just as our skin appears when irritated. Special compounds in Loquat leaf help to relieve the very symptom it appears to exemplify, soothing irritated, red skin rashes, especially due to a histamine response. The Loquat is accompanied by powerful, immune-boosting herbs Soursop, Ginger and the renowned anti-inflammatory herb Turmeric in our Immunitea.
Directions: Delivered to you in tea bags suited to brew one half-gallon each, this tea is easy and ready-to-go. Drink hot or chill in refrigerator for convenient iced tea. Bring fresh spring water to a boil, pour hot water into a half gallon jar (or similar vessel) with tea bag. Steep 10+ minutes or longer, depending on desired strength. Leave tea bag in jar overnight for optimal infusion. Store in fridge for iced tea.
Tulsi, Holy Basil, Ocimum sanctum
Tulsi is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine to cleanse the respiratory tract, promote healthy digestion and relieve stress. Tulsi is a powerful adaptogenic herb, enhancing the body's natural balancing capacity to combat stress hormones and cortisol levels.
Directions: Mist face and chest. Inhale aroma for calm energy. Mist pillow case and linens for relaxation and restorative sleep.
Mint, Mentha spp.
Mint is cooling in nature, reducing excessive heat in the body making it an excellent go-to for fighting colds, flu and coughs. Mint is soothing to the respiratory tract and serves as an effective decongestant, allaying mucus buildup in the breathing passageways, especially in the lungs and sinuses.
Directions: Tulsi Mint is a refreshing tea, great for any time of day. It can be drank daily as a stress-relieving tonic or when desired to cool the system, clear respiration, soothe digestion and inspire a fresh perspective. Brew 1 tsp of loose leaf tea to 1 cup of water. Adjust to your desired tea strength. Steep 10 plus minutes. strain and enjoy!
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