Today, I’m delighted to share with you the winning tea blends created by the wonderful students of the 2019 Intuitive Detox Mastery program. I am so excited for you to try them out – they are all special and offer wonderful healing support.

These tea blends are delicious and targeted to provide you with specific healing support. Bringing herbal teas into your daily practice can be a very rewarding ritual.

I hope you give them a try!!!

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EYE REJUVENATION  BLEND – recipe by Christine Habas

2 tsp Nettle
1 tsp Hibiscus
2 tsp Rose hips
2 tsp Elderberry

1 pinch saffron threads- optional for cataracts
1 tsp orange juice (optional)
Raw honey to taste (optional)

Steep 20 min

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BEAUTY ALL AROUND ME BLEND – recipe by Christine Habas

For hair, skin and nails: tea and mini spa treatment all in one!

1 Tbsp Nettle
1 Tbsp Calendula
1 Tbsp Lemon Balm
2 Tsp Horsetail
1 Tsp Rose Petals

Makes 1 Qt

In under boiling water steep tea blend for 30 min. Add raw honey to taste if desired. Place up to 3 thin slices of lemon in your carafe or mug prior to drinking. After enjoying your tea take the tea soaked lemon slices, recline and place them on your forehead, frown lines, neck or decolletage – anywhere you would like to see wrinkles/skin problems minimized but be sure to avoid the eye area. Relax with the lemon slices in place for at least 15 min and your mini spa treatment is complete!

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FULL MOON TEA BLEND – recipe by Jen Fry

1/2 tsp ginger, grated
1/2 tsp cinnamon chips
1 tsp burdock root
1 tablespoon red raspberry leaves
(Small) Pinch (or more!) Vanilla powder
Honey, to taste

Steep in 500 mL under-boiling water for 15 minutes. Strain. Add raw honey to taste. Sip this tea, perhaps while doing moon meditations.
Feel the extra fortitude of this warming, grounding blend during the full moon. Lavish in the indulgent flavour of vanilla, you’re worth it.

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HEALTHY KIDS ICE TEA – recipe by Daniela Richards

1 tsp rosehip
1 tsp hibiscus
1 tsp lemon balm
1 tsp elderberry flowers

Freshly squeezed orange juice
Honey or maple syrup to sweeten
Frozen cherries or coconut water with wild blueberries ice cubes (pre frozen)

Steep for about 10-20 minutes. Cool down, add orange juice & honey & place in fridge for an hour or more. Once cold enough add frozen cherries or coconut/blueberry ice cubes for extra fishing fun.

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BONE BUILDING ICE TEA– recipe by Dani Brenneis

Ingredients:
2 teaspoons of dried nettle leaf
2 teaspoons of dried horsetail
2 teaspoons of dries oatsraw
3 cups of boiling water

Allow it to steep for at least 15 minutes or more. Let it cool down and put it in the fridge for a few hours. Add fresh cucumber slices and ice cubes that you made beforehand. The ice cubes are made of freshly squeezed lime juice cucumber slices. Sweeten with as much raw honey as you desire

To energize the elixir and to make it more hydrating, I added fresh cucumber slices and homemade ice cubes made with fresh lime juice and sliced cucumbers. Cucumbers don’t only have a cooling effect which makes them perfect for this summer drink, they’re also very rich in silica. The calcium in citrus also keeps bones and teeth strong.

Depending on how sweet you like your ice tea, you can add as much raw honey as you desire. It doesn’t only taste amazing, but also adds incredible healing benefits.

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Let me know how you enjoyed these tea blends.

Were you drawn to a particular one? What did you try? Let me know in the comments below!

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