Deep Breath Tisane
Deep Breath Tisane

Deep Breath Tisane

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A wildfire season friend & soothing respiratory tonic for opening space to breathe deep, soothe the airways through dryness & smoky skies, restore frayed edges & cool down excess heat.

I first crafted this herbal tea in 2020 for nourishing the lungs & finding a moment’s ease amidst climate chaos & the ambient grief that settled in for so many.

I formulated this blend with some of my most trusted cooling nervines like milky oats, linden, skullcap & lemon balm to support softening & restore energy when much of the world feels unbearable or overwhelming.

Rather than employ the usual drying herbs, I chose neutral aromatic herbs like elderflower, anise hyssop & spearmint to gently loosen & move respiratory stagnation & transform patterns of grief held in the lungs.

Lastly, I made sure to include moistening herbs like marshmallow, licorice, violet & hibiscus to balance out any dryness from aromatic herbs, nourish the heart space & offer mineralizing support.

Energetics overall are cooling, uplifting & neutral in moisture. Flavor is aromatic, earthy & slightly floral. Personally I really enjoy this blend as an airy triple Libra & dry-tending former smoker whose relationship to smoke medicine & breath & respiratory health in particular has shifted a lot over the years.

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(all organic) marshmallow leaf & flower, oatstraw & tops, violet leaf, linden leaf & flower, hibiscus roselle, licorice root, anise hyssop leaf & flower, skullcap leaf & flower, lemon balm leaf, catnipleaf, spearmint leaf, elderflower, plantain leaf

Add 1 cup hot water to 1 Tbsp herbs. Steep 10-15 min for a standard brew or 1 hour for a more medicinal infusion. Strain and enjoy hot or cold. Makes 16-20 cups.

1 oz ∽ 28 g

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This information is not intended to treat, cure, or diagnose any disease, as these statements have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA or any other organization. Always consult your healthcare professional before adding any new herbs or supplements to your regimen, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking pharmaceuticals.