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freedom

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stress-relief tea

This floral and invigorating blend will soothe your central nervous system and introduce a calm sensation throughout your entire mind and body. Freedom is an opportunity to quiet the anxious mind and provide a release of tension - promoting a serene moment to reconnect with what you truly want in life.

Inspired by the ancient traditions of our ancestors, NEAKITA offers unique tea blends designed for radiant health, sensual indulgence + complete vitality. Each blend is filled with the finest raw botanicals the earth has to offer - organic, fair trade and ethically wild harvested. In honor of a truly regenerative system, a tree is planted for every purchase you make.

Ingredients: Rosa centifolia (red rose petals), Matricaria chamomilla (chamomile), Lavandula x intermedia (lavender), Mentha piperita (peppermint), Avena sativa (oat straw)

43 grams (1.5 ounces) 32 servings

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ACTIVE INGREDIENTS

Red Rose Petal: a fragrant flower rich in Vitamin C - a natural anti-oxidant capable of preventing damage from free radicals + toxins. Also supportive of the immune system. The healing virtues of the rose have been known since antiquity. The rose has antidepressant properties and helps to regulate the menstrual cycle and alleviate PMS or post-natal depression. It benefits stress-related conditions such as insomnia and nervous tension and is a powerful antiseptic against viruses and bacteria.

German Chamomile: a flower that has a calming effect on the nervous system - reducing anxiety and depression. Chamomile calms the nervous system and it has valuable anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and bactericidal properties. Chamomile acts as a gentle antidepressant and stress reliever.

Lavender: an herb originally from northern Africa, it is used today to treat anxiety + depression. Lavender is calming, soothing, antidepressant, and emotionally balancing.

Peppermint: an invigorating leaf that is known to suppress tension headaches caused by stress and anxiety. one of the most popular herb teas in the world. Refreshing and stimulating, peppermint tones and settles the digestive system. It relieves indigestion, diarrhea, nausea, stomach cramps, and travel sickness. It also helps to tone the liver, intestines and the nervous system. It is valuable in the treatment of bronchitis, colds and flu and it can reduce fevers by inducing sweating and cooling the body. Peppermint is a painkiller, beneficial for a toothache, headaches and some migraines. 

Oat Straw: has sweet, energetic and nutritive qualities that strengthen the central nervous system. Vital for people who overwork and/or undernourish their nervous system or who have been functioning on nervous energy for too long without replenishing their reserve. Wild oat straw is for uncertainty and frustration with current activities, when a person has the desire to find a purpose, yet is aimless, drifting from one job or relationship to another. Wild oat helps us listen to our calling, find a true vocation and gives us the strength of character to act on this. Wild oat is for capable people who have ambition to do something meaningful in their lives but have not yet found their true calling. Wild oat helps to tune the heart to what will bring true meaning and purpose. It helps us to make choices, sometimes difficult, which unite all aspirations. It also helps us to balance the needs of spirituality and making a living. Nourishing and restorative to nerves and reproductive organs, this is a powerful antidepressant. Good for weakness and nervous exhaustion.

Neakita’s herbal blends are designed with the intention of naturally alleviating, healing and reducing ailments and symptoms. These blends are not intended to replace regular prescription medication. Please consult your medical practitioner if you are pregnant, nursing or have serious health conditions or concerns.

References:
healy, N.C. (2002) The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Healing Remedies, Hammersmith, London: Harper Collins Publishers.