Cedargrass Oracle

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I love tea, all varieties, and all flavors. Here is a list of all of the brews, combinations, and blends that I have come up with personally that I enjoy. If you’re not partial to herbal teas, I please ask you to try to acclimate yourself. Their health benefits are impossible to ignore, and their…

Herbal tea and tea altogether is excellent for you. When I worked at Teavana, I learned so much about tea. Before I worked there, these were my own crafty recipes for tea that I loved making and some day after my non-compete agreement ends with them in 2015, I will maybe sell my little teas with my deodorants, lotions, oils, and creams I make. :)

Mind, body, spirit, and soul tea

With intuition and a vast supply of herbs, teas, and plant material, I’ve come up with a spiritual tea blend that is sure to assist your consciousness with whatever it needs in almost any area of existence. I am in love with this taste and the name definitely describes what it does for you.

Sweet, soothing, spiritual, sentient, sacred, & sophisticated

  • Lemongrass,
  • Oolong,
  • Black, green, and white,
  • Mango,
  • Pomegranate,
  • Geranium petals,
  • Lavender buds,
  • Chamomile,
  • Cinnamon,
  • Mint,
  • Basil,
  • Black Pepper,

Add them all together in a container and use as loose material in an infuser. This tea was drunken with Nag champa and Moldavite burning, it brings about a new sense of emotion and consciousness.

Homemade Tea Blends

Here is a list of all of the brews, combinations, and blends that I have come up with personally that I enjoy. Most of these herbs I grow myself, so don’t mind the portions I use. If you’re not partial to herbal teas, I ask you to please try and acclimate yourself. Their health benefits are impossible to ignore and their flavors when mixed with natural sweeteners like pure maple syrup, agave nectar, or pure local flower honey are much better than any drink out there. Tea drinking, though maybe cliche, is definitely canonical of the pagan lifestyle.

Even cold-steeping tea is excellent! Remember, when making tea, try to use purified water. Spring water is most always tap water in disguise. Keep fluoride, arsenic, lead, mercury, and chlorine out of your teas.

Reminder: As with any herbal supplement or tea used for consumption, please do research if you are unsure of ingredients. I am no health official so be a smart forager. These are my own personal teas that I love for recreational pleasure and remedial relief.

Sweet friendship tea

  • Water (8-24 ounces)
  • Fresh or dried rose petals (4)
  • Dried lawn grass, or lemongrass (3-5 strands/leaves)
  • Geranium flowers (8)

Lavender Mint

  • Water (8-24 ounces)
  • Fresh orange mint leaf (1)
  • Dried lavender flowers buds (7)
    OR
  • Fresh lavender flowers and/or leaves (3)
  • Green tea bag (1)

Sleepy Time
This tea causes drowsiness and may impair people.
Consult a trusted doctor/naturopath first before consumption

  • Water (8-12 ounces)
  • Dried valerian root (a pinch)
  • Dried ginger root (graded at discretion)
  • Mint (3-4 leaves for taste)
  • Fresh lemon juice (2 tsp)
  • Teaspoon of honey (optional)

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