Gypsy

c3789a411480533e25262a1d47e255b7This blend is made with the gypsy spirit in mind, care free, grounded yet mysterious in her own right.

Made from a blend of herbs more commonly wild harvested, and used in herbal smoking blends. (If you’re interested in it for this purpose please contact us) It has an earthy, cleansing aroma to it, and has numerous benefits for mind, body and soul.

We use this blend in making our smudge spray, as well as other herbal crafted remedies.


Blend Benefits and Uses:

expectorant, astringent, sedative, euphoric,  libido enhancing, demulcent, decongestant, antispasmodic, ulcers, diarrhea, pain killer, headaches, sleep issues, ear aches, anxiety/nervousness, dry cough, inflammatory respiratory conditions, whopping cough, immune boosting, cuts, burns, insect bites+more

Damiana

This isn’t a very commonly used herb, but this flower has many wonderful healing properties. Its a great herb for the Sacral Chakra as it helps with regulating hormones as well as increasing libido and performance. This herb has also been known to increase sperm count and strengthen eggs, it also helps to ease some of the symptoms of menopause.

Damiana’s properties help to calm the nervous system, reduce anxiety and depression helping to boost energy, reduce feelings of exhaustion or fatigue. It can be used to help treat asthma, bronchitis and other respiratory issues. It is also a mild herb which makes it great for treating stomach and digestive issues for any age.

Mullein

This stalky plant is full of great healing and immune boosting properties; it helps to soothe the gut, eases ulcers and diarrhea. Its an effective pain killer for headaches, and encourages sleep. It is a good herb for inflammatory respiratory issues including dry cough and whooping cough.

Sage

When you think sage your probably going to think smudging first and foremost. Personally I think of my grandmas garden. But this ‘spiritual’ herb is so much more than that; The Greeks called sage the ‘immortality herb’. It has antimicrobial, astringent, antiseptic, tonic, antioxidant and rejuvenation functions. It can help to improve appetite, aid digestion and the absorption of vitamins/minerals. It is a useful herb in regards to healthy liver and pancreatic function, as well as helps to eliminate toxins from the kidneys. It also has properties which make it helpful for reducing anxiety and lifting feelings of depression. It is another herb that is great for colds and chest infections.

Its a great herb to have on hand for cuts, burns and insect bites.

**Avoid this herb during pregnancy and breast feeding unless you have spoken to your preferred medical professional**

Mint

Known for its cooling properties this refreshing herb has been used for thousands of years as an herbal medicine, as well as added to bath water, cosmetics and food. It is a versatile herb that is great for many things including digestive concerns/upset. Inflamed/strained muscles and much more.

Sweet Marjoram

Marjoram is a perennial herb, similar to oregano, and more often used in cooking. They are sometimes used interchangeably but marjoram has a finer texture and a milder flavor profile. The use of marjoram can help to improve your digestion as well as digestive problems like nausea, flatulence, stomach cramps, diarrhea or constipation. This herb can help reduce the pain that often comes with muscle tightness or muscle spasms as well as tension headaches. It contains anti-inflammatory and calming properties which can be felt in both body and mind.

Marjoram is a great herb for women’s issues and hormonal imbalances. This herb is used as a traditional used to restore hormonal balance and regulate the menstrual cycle, provide relief of PMS or menopausal symptoms. Like hibiscus, it’s considered an “emmenagogue“. It’s also been used traditionally by nursing moms to promote breast milk production. Studies have also shown it to help with PCOS and related symptoms.

Marigold/Calendula

A flower most commonly bought for spring garden beds and often overlooked as a medicinal herb/plant. Easily identified by its bright color and daisy like appearance. this herb is high in  anti-inflammatory flavonoids. It is also used for its anti-septic, anti-fungal, and tissue healing properties. Marigold also encourages low lymphatic flow, helping the body rid itself of toxins, which make it useful for infections and swollen glands. Marigold has been used for treating menstrual issues as well, due to its blood cleansing effects.

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