Herbal Tea Blend
Muscle Aches and Pains
Fibromyalgia-related pain is an ache all over the experience. Symptoms include “tender points” that are painful when pressed. These spots are found above and below the waist around the neck, chest, shoulders, hips, and knees.
This herbal tea blend will help ease muscle aches and pain associated with muscle strain or Fibromyalgia. We have blended the best well-documented herbs for soothing general muscle aches, pain, and fibromyalgia symptoms.
We suggest you consume the tea when you can relax and before bed. The herb Valerian is a sleep aid and relaxant. Always talk to your doctor or healthcare practitioner before taking any herbs, especially if you are taking prescribed medication. Always do your research.
8 Certified Organic Herbs to Help Relieve Body Aches and Pains.
- Oat straw
- White Willow
- Ginger root
- Valerian Root
Scientific name: Avena sativa
Oat straw tea comes from green oat grasses. A beautifully soothing herb that helps restful sleep and physical agitation and relieves depression. Oat tea helps reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels and helps support muscle function. It is high in calcium, potassium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C, and antioxidants and tastes lovely. An excellent choice for this blend.
White Willow Bark
Scientific name: Salix alba
White Willow has long been used for pain relief. Willow bark helps with swelling and muscle, joint, arthritis, fibromyalgia symptoms, and other general muscle and joint pain. White Willow is ASPRIN. White Willow Bark contains hormone-like chemicals that help your immune system and tackle joint inflammation, helping relieve pain and discomfort. In research studies, Willow bark showed anti-inflammatory activity. If you have ongoing gastrointestinal liver dis-ease or diabetes, consult with your doctor about interactions with medications.
Scientific name: Cymbopogon
Lemongrass is used to flavour food and as a herbal remedy for many health issues. This herb is packed with antioxidants. Lemon tea loves to help reduce anxiety and stress while reducing your cholesterol levels. Lemongrass is known for its pain-relieving properties with achy joints and rheumatism symptoms. Lemongrass helps kick out free radicals that help cause oxidative stress.
Scientific name: Taraxacum
Ginger tea must be the oldest medicinal drink. Ginger contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Research into Ginger for health has shown Ginger eases severe inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Ginger tea’s heating properties help warm the muscles and soothe the body: great spice and the right all-around blend to be enjoyed by everyone.
Scientific name: Eleutherococcus senticosus
Siberian ginseng has been traditionally used to help increase energy. Ginseng is an adaptogen, which is a substance that aids physical stress. Siberian ginseng helps balance how the body responds to pressure and helps regulate the manufacture and secretions of the adrenal hormones. Its most noted ability is to increase energy.
Scientific name:Artemisia vulgaris
Mugwort has high magnesium content, which the body lacks in many cases. Mugwort also has an active component, Borneol, which relieves muscle aches and pains. Check interaction if you are
Mugwort is in the Daisy Family. If you suggest hayfever, mugwort is a common trigger. We recommend that drinking mugwort as a herbal tea may not be wise if you suffer from allergies. Do your research.
Scientific name: Valeriana officinalis
Valerian has been used to help sleep, induce relaxation and reduce stress and anxiety. This herb contains linamarin, a chemical that has a soothing, sedative effect. This herb is classed as being safe. Valerian in anxiety and sleep disorders research. Valerian aids in restful sleep. Do not use if taking prescribed medication for sleeping.
Scientific name:Salvia rosmarinus
Rosemary is a rich aromatic herb that contains antioxidants and anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory compounds. Rosemary helps the immune system, improves blood circulation, relieves arthritis-related joint pain, and improves memory. Research shows that Rosemary Water improves memory by up to 15 per cent. An Overview Rosemary
Directions for use: Add one scoop to a plunger stand for 5 minutes. Add some Manaka honey to sweeten if desired. Drink three cups daily.
Please Note: We are selling loose herbs. We are not selling herbs as pre-packaged therapeutic products. All our spices and herbal teas are only blended once you order from professionally licensed health practitioners. By purchasing, you permit us to combine these herbs on your behalf. We make no therapeutic claims about any herbs we offer for sale. This website’s information is for educational purposes and is not meant to replace medical advice. There is ample information regarding herbs and their benefits. Always check with your doctor if you are on medications or call us. Always research before purchasing; seek medical advice if you have persistent symptoms. Self-diagnosis is unadvised.
If you are trying to conceive, pregnant or breastfeeding, do not take any herbs without consulting a qualified practitioner. We offer a free phone consultation.