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Rose & Damiana Tea

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Rose & Damiana Tea

14.00

Rose & Damiana herbal tea is both relaxing and uplifting with hints of honey and the unique fragrance and flavor of damiana. Damiana, rose, oatstraw and milky oat tops are all considered to be aphrodisiacs in their own unique way and so this tea is to celebrate the union of the sun and moon, and to inspire love. 

NOTE: I am unable to ship this product to Louisiana. 

Overall energetics: relaxing, arousing

Parts of the Whole

Aspalathus linearis (organic red rooibos) 
Rosa damascena (organic Damascas rose) 
Melissa officials (wildcrafted lemon balm) 
Turnera diffusa (organic damiana) 
Avens sativa (organic oatstraw, milky oat tops) 
Rubus idaeus (organic red raspberry leaf)

 Our Rose & Damiana Tea is imbued with the Venus symbol, a symbol of femininity with connections to herbs used in this formula (e.g. the rose and raspberry leaf). It is representative of the Roman Goddess Venus, the Greek Goddess Aphrodite, and the oldest metal in use - copper, with artifacts dating back as early as 8700 BC. This metal has long been connected to lustrous beauty as noted by its antediluvian use in mirror making. The alchemical symbol for copper is also the planetary symbol for Venus, a symbol that embodies such characteristics as feminine beauty, artistic creativity, creation, fertility and love. 

☆ Many of the herbs and formulations that we use may not be suitable for pregnant or nursing individuals. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before using any Wolves & Sage products. 

ALL HERBAL MATERIALS USED ARE CERTIFIED ORGANIC OR ETHICALLY WILDCRAFTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 

Please click "More Info" (below) to read materials on the herbal actions of each ingredient, as well as to find any contraindications.

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Rose & Damiana herbal tea is both relaxing and uplifting with hints of honey and the unique fragrance and flavor of damiana. Damiana, rose, oatstraw and milky oat tops are all considered to be aphrodisiacs in their own unique way and so this tea is to celebrate the union of the sun and moon, and to inspire love. 

NOTE: I am unable to ship this product to Louisiana. 

Overall energetics: relaxing, arousing

Parts of the Whole

Aspalathus linearis (organic red rooibos) 
Rosa damascena (organic Damascas rose) 
Melissa officials (wildcrafted lemon balm) 
Turnera diffusa (organic damiana) 
Avens sativa (organic oatstraw, milky oat tops) 
Rubus idaeus (organic red raspberry leaf)

 Our Rose & Damiana Tea is imbued with the Venus symbol, a symbol of femininity with connections to herbs used in this formula (e.g. the rose and raspberry leaf). It is representative of the Roman Goddess Venus, the Greek Goddess Aphrodite, and the oldest metal in use - copper, with artifacts dating back as early as 8700 BC. This metal has long been connected to lustrous beauty as noted by its antediluvian use in mirror making. The alchemical symbol for copper is also the planetary symbol for Venus, a symbol that embodies such characteristics as feminine beauty, artistic creativity, creation, fertility and love. 

☆ Many of the herbs and formulations that we use may not be suitable for pregnant or nursing individuals. If you are nursing, pregnant, or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before using any Wolves & Sage products. 

ALL HERBAL MATERIALS USED ARE CERTIFIED ORGANIC OR ETHICALLY WILDCRAFTED, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 

Please click "More Info" (below) to read materials on the herbal actions of each ingredient, as well as to find any contraindications.

Red rooibos: is high in antioxidants, trace minerals and an abundance of nutrients, making it a beneficial part of the daily diet. The flavor is delicate and naturally sweet with a warm scent.

Rose petal/bud: the rose has been esteemed as a remedy for depression and for evoking love. Preparations with rose petals are cooling and help to reduce high cholesterol levels, while bringing balance and harmony to one's body and mind. The aroma and flavor of the rose petal is intoxicating and an aphrodisiac.

Lemon balm: Melissa is beneficial in calming nerve tissue, is a mild antidepressant, carminative, sedative, and is used to treat colds, migraines, eczema, and insomnia. A clinical study focused on dementia showed that the essential oil reduced patient agitation by 35%. This herb has been used in combination with St. John’s wort to reduce symptoms of irritable bowl syndrome and colitis. It has also found to be helpful in reducing bad dreams or night terrors. Melissa has been cultivated for thousands of years and was a favorite herb of the Islamic alchemists, and the well known Muslim herbalist Avicenna used lemon balm to treat heart problems. Lemon balm is medically approved in supporting calm and healthy sleep, supporting the gastrointestinal tract, and has been shown to increase memory and cognitive function. 

Damiana: allows the mind to go with the flow, relaxing those that are too in their own head to connect to their own sensual side. This herb is used to relieve excess nervous energy and to enhance desire. Damiana was listed in the National Formulary from 1888-1947 upon which time it was described as having "positive effects, acting energetically upon the genitourinary organs of both sexes." This medicinal plant's constituents are also understood to improve digestion and to uplift the spirit. 

Oatstraw: is high in calcium and has been used to help heal osteoporosis, to mend bones, and to improve memory. The term "sowing your oats" refers to this plant's use in improving one's libido. Oats are also great for damaged skin, and overtaxed nerves. 

Red raspberry: the leaves taste similar to black tea, but without the caffeine, and have an affinity for women. Raspberry leave teas were known to be given to Native women of the Cherokee, Iroquois and Mohawk nations to aid in a variety of women specific dis-eases. Raspberries are said to have been discovered by the gods of Olympia while berry hunting on Mount Ida. This herb is safe for pregnant and nursing women.  

None of the products here are intended as prescriptions for the treatment of health problems. Herbs must be used with knowledge and discretion, and we cannot be responsible for individual responses to their use. As always, please consult a health practitioner before use. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease - it is illegal for a manufacturer to make any medical claims for health supplements or products in general. Health decisions are to be made by the advice of your health care professional.  As with any dietary or herbal supplement seek the advise of your physician.  Nursing , pregnant , or considering pregnancy, please consult your Health Care Practitioner before taking any of these products.