Tea’s on! Herbal teas are great in the wintertime (well all year, but winter especially!) as a nice way to warm up while enjoying the benefits of the herbs in your cup. We are sipping on a hibiscus and raspy blend in the office today!! Hibiscus packs in the vitamin c, helping to boost your immune response. Our Winter Wellness class tomorrow night at 630 will go over other easy ways to support your body as we transition into colder days!!
Tips for attracting love and beauty into your life from Cult of Flowers Cult of Flowers (rituals for attracting love & beauty): 🌺Rest on your back with the soles of your feet together and your legs opening out to each side. Breath slowly up and down your spine. 🌺Make a "gratitude list" of all that you feel is abundant in your life. 🌺Burn palo santo wood to spark the heart and clear out unwanted energy. 🌺Massage your heart with therapeutic essential oils of sandalwood and rose. 🌺Affirmation: My inner beauty shines brighter each day. I radiate love. 🌺Enjoy a cup of Cult of Flowers while you adorn your home with fresh flowers.
I am a cup of hibiscus tea. I have medicinal properties that are usually neglected and in some cases overtly commercialized too. You can find me in nearly every teahouse now. @infiniteablr serves me well along with some cookies and a cute sand timer. Drinkers usually pair me with something sweet as I am usually a lil on the acidic side.
Hibiscus & Rose may help relieve symptoms of depression, anxiety & insomnia. 😴😴😴 ••• INSTRUCTIONS Add the water, rose water, and ginger to a small pot. Bring to a boil. Remove from heat and add the hibiscus tea bags. Let sit and steep for 5 minutes.
Remove the cube of ginger and tea bags and pour into your mug.
Slowly add the steamed almond milk to your mug.
Sweeten with a little bit of maple syrup or agave.