The perfect gift for the special wahine in your life!
Three piece fine bone china tea infuser and your choice of two Persephone Potion Teas - handmade in sunny Hawke's Bay. If you would like us to send directly to your mother figure, simply put her address in the shipping address section on checking out.
Ginkgo & Green-Ingredients:Ginkgo, sencha green tea, cosmos.Systems:Nervous, cardiovascular.Actions:Neuro-protective, antioxidant, circulatory stimulating, cognitive enhancing. Ginkgo and green tea deliver an abundance of flavonoids and polyphenols- powerful antioxidants which boost blood flow to the brain, improving concentration and mood, while also protecting the integrity of blood vessels.
Rejuve-Ingredients:Kawakawa, peppermint, lemongrass, violet.Systems:Respiratory, digestive, nervous.Actions:Decongestant, spasmolytic, antitussive, analgesic, antimicrobial, tonic. A blend that restores vitality, by clearing stagnation in the body, as naturally occurring volatile oilsrelax the smooth muscle of the respiratory and digestive system. Helps to ease catarrh, cramps, headaches and lethargy.
Sweet Relief-Ingredients:Licorice, cinnamon, chamomile, calendula.Systems:Digestive, endocrine, integumentary.Actions:Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, anti-ulcer, hormone balancing, emmenagogue. Gentle herbs to smooth and restore the gastrointestinal tract, nourish the adrenals, and counteract the effects of stress upon the digestive and hormonal systems, while promoting a state of relaxation to facilitate healing.
Heart of the Lion-Ingredients:Rooibos, hawthorn, calendula.Systems:Cardiovascular, circulatory.Actions:Hypotensive, hypocholesterolaemic, antioxidant. A caffeine free alternative with a smokey, smooth taste and fruity undertones. Hawthorn has traditionally been known as a heart herb, and is combined with rooibos, which is rich in antioxidant polyphenols such as quercetin (protects the heart and blood vessels).
*Please note, should not be taken in replacement of General Practitioner advise. If you are taking medication please consult with your GP first.