AcuHealth Acupuncture has recently introduced a new range of Perfect Potion products including teas and Mum & Baby lotions and oils. Over the next couple of months, we will be publishing blogs which go into more detail on each specific product – their ingredients, reviews from staff and how these can be used in your every day life. To start the ball rolling, We’ve decided to commence our series of blogs, with the Chakra Balancing Tea. This herbal recipe was a given when ordering our tea range as it will benefit everyone – no matter their needs. In basic terms, A Chakra is an Indian way of thinking, which acknowledges 7 spiritual channels throughout the body, starting at the base and working upwards to the crown. Any kind of blockage or dominance to a chakra channel can disrupt harmony within the body and spirit. This means for example, if there is a blockage in your Heart chakra – you may experience some issues with feeling compassion. It can also mean that if one chakra is more dominant than the others, for example your Sacral Chakra, you will need some sort of assistance in balancing your chakras to ensure all 7 channels work harmoniously. A Chakra Balancing tea does just this, used to “Rebalance and harmonise your chakra energy centres with this blend of 18 organically grown and wild harvested herbs, roots and flowers.”
In this blog, we will outline the ingredients and how these work with your chakras. We have also tried this tea so we will give out comments on the taste and smell as well! So here we go…
Dandelion root, Hibiscus flower and Cinnamon Bark – These three Ingredients are for your Base chakra which is located at the base of your spine. The aromas of these ingredients are known to be earthy, woody and warming. Your base Chakra is directly responsible for survival, courage, vitality, support, stability, good physical health and a connection to nature.
Calendula petals and Fennel seeds – These two Ingredients are for your Sacral chakra which is located at the lower abdomen. The aromas of these ingredients are known to be Rich floral, sweet citrus and sweet spicy or warm. Your Sacral Chakra is directly responsible for Confidence, freedom, sensuality, sexuality, passion, pleasure, emotional intelligence and charisma.
Marshmallow root, Ginger root and Turmeric root – These three ingredients are for your Solar Plexus which is located in the pit of your stomach. The aromas of these ingredients are known to be Fruity and spicy. Your Solar plexus is directly responsible for Self esteem, ego, optimism, self control, individuality, personal power and responsibility.
Hawthorne berries and Rose petals – These two ingredients are for your Heart chakra which is located in the centre of the chest. The aromas of these ingredients are known to be delicate floral and light citrus. Your heart chakra is directly responsible for Unconditional love, forgiveness, compassion, harmony, peace and empathy.
Red clover flower, Sage leaf and peppermint leaf – These three ingredients are for your Throat Chakra which is located at the throat. The aromas of these ingredients are known to be leafy and camphorous. Your Throat chakra is directly responsible for Self expression, communication, organisation, creative expression and following ones dreams.
Eyebright and Rosemary leaf – These two ingredients are for your Third eye chakra which is located on your forehead, just above your eyes. The aromas of these ingredients are known to be herbacous. Your Third eye chakra is directly responsible for Insight, wisdom, intuition, learning from experiences, mental clarity and memory.
Lavender flower, Got Kola leaf and Tulsi Basil Leaf – These three ingredients are for your Crown chakra which is located at the top of your head. The aromas of these ingredients are known to be woody, delicate resin scent and a delicate floral scent. Your crown chakra is directly responsible for wisdom, spiritual awareness, enlightenment, open-mindedness, consciousness.
This tea is rich in both flavour and colour due to the abundance of herbs included in this Chakra tea. Due to it mostly consisting of flowers or garden herbs – there isn’t much of a grassy/earthy taste to it. We recommend this one for a hot tea as it isn’t quite sweet enough for an ice tea – but is still just delicious without any added sweeteners.