Herb Library

Calendula

Scientific name:
Calendula officinalis

Parts used for tea:
flowers

Flavor:
medium, peppery 

Chamomile

Scientific name:
Chamomilia recutita

Parts used for tea:
flowers

Flavor:
medium, apple-like

Cinnamon

Scientific name:
Cinnamomum verum

Parts used for tea:
inner bark, leaves

Flavor:
strong, spicy sweet

Cornflower

Scientific name:
Centaurea cyanus

Parts used for tea: 
flowers

Flavor:
mild, anise

Dandelion

Scientific name:
Taraxacum offinale

Parts used for tea:
flowers, leaves, roots

Flavor:
medium, earthy (root) 

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Echinacea

Scientific name:
Echinacea purpurea

Parts used for tea:
flowers, leaves, roots

Flavor:
medium, grassy (leaves)

Elder

Scientific name:
Sambucus nigra

Parts used for tea:
flowers, berries

Flavor:
mild, floral (flowers)

Ginger

Scientific name:
Zingiber officinale

Parts used for tea: 
root

Flavor:
strong, spicy

Hawthorn

Scientific name: 
Crataegus laevigata 

Parts used for tea:
berries

Flavor:
medium, sweet and tart

Hibiscus

Scientific name:
Hibiscus sabdariffa

Parts used for tea:
flower calyces

Flavor:
strong, tart

Jasmine

Scientific name:
Jasminum grandiflorum

Parts used for tea:
flowers

Flavor:
medium, floral

Lavender

Scientific name:
Lavendula officinalis

Parts used for tea: 
flowers

Flavor:
strong, floral

Lemon 

Scientific name:
Citrus limon

Parts used for tea:
peel

Flavor:
medium, lemon 

Lemon Balm

Scientific name:
Melissa officinalis

Parts used for tea:
leaves

Flavor:
mild, lemon

Lemon Grass

Scientific name:
Cymbopogon citratus

Parts used for tea:
stalks

Flavor:
medium, lemon

Lemon Verbena

Scientific name:
Aloysia triphyla

Parts used for tea: 
leaves

Flavor:
strong lemon

Licorice

Scientific name:
Glycyrrhiza glabra

Parts used for tea:
root

Flavor:
strong, sweet 

Linden

Scientific name:
Tilia cordata

Parts used for tea:
flowers, leaves

Flavor:
medium, floral

Marshmallow

Scientific name:
Althaea officinalis

Parts used for tea:
roots, flowers, leaves

Flavor:
medium, sweet

Passionflower

Scientific name:
Passiflora incarnata

Parts used for tea: 
flowers, leaves

Flavor:
medium, grassy

Peppermint

Scientific name:
Mentha x piperita

Parts used for tea:
leaves

Flavor:
strong, mint 

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Raspberry

Scientific name:
Rubus idaeus

Parts used for tea:
leaves, berries

Flavor:
mild, sweet (leaves)

Red Clover

Scientific name:
Trifolium pretense

Parts used for tea:
flowers, leaves

Flavor:
sweet, grassy

Rose

Scientific name:
Rosa spp.

Parts used for tea: 
flowers, hips

Flavor:
strong, floral

Rosemary

Scientific name:
Rosmarinus officinalis

Parts used for tea:
leaves

Flavor:
strong, piney mint 

Sage

Scientific name:
Salvia officinalis

Parts used for tea:
leaves

Flavor:
strong, minty

Thyme

Scientific name:
Thymus vulgaris

Parts used for tea:
leaves, flowering tops

Flavor:
medium, spicy mint

Tulsi

Scientific name:
Ocimum tenuiflorum

Parts used for tea: 
leaves

Flavor:
medium, spicy

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Chakra Tea Meditations are meditations using energy healing techniques, herbal teas, and music designed to help you tap into your full potential. 

We’d like to invite you to enjoy a cup of tea!

By connecting with the aroma, the medicinal properties, symbolism, and spirit of your herbs, you’ll begin to awaken all the strengths that already reside within your 7 chakras. 

Simply prepare a cup of your favorite herbal tea and join us in a short meditation to open the connection between all 7 Chakras.

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Step 1:
Hold your cup of tea just below your mouth. Imagine within your cup all the thoughts, ideas, beliefs, and emotions needed to reach your full potential.  The energy of your tea holds the energy of your potential.

Step 2:
Inhale through your nose as you take in the aroma of your tea.
Envision the energy from your tea moving up to your Crown Chakra at the top of your head.

Step 2:
Exhale through your mouth as you gently cool your tea with your breath.
Envision the energy moving through your chakras down to your Root Chakra at the base of your spine.

Step 3:
Inhale up to your Crown Chakra.  Exhale down to your Root Chakra.  And again, up to your Crown, down to your Root Chakra.

Step 4:
Close your eyes and feel the energy moving through your chakras as you continue with 3 more breaths

Step 4:
Enjoy your cup of tea.

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