Broth Herbs - 'Energy Boost #2'
‘Energy Boost #2’
Gui Zhi – Warming and activating channels for active flow of Qi within as well as your muscles, hands and feet.
Wu Wei Zi – Tonifying and balancing for the Qi proliferating in the digestion and root chakra.
Dang Shen – Tonifying and balancing the Qi in the digestion.
Chen Pi – A Qi flow regulator, assisting the re-establishment of free flow.
Lian Zi – Linking the emotional flow of emotions to create a calm and consistent flow.
Best for: People that require added assistant for energy boosting. Would suit those who tend to resonate with adrenal exhaustion or feeling overwelled with an empty tank.
Crystals that may assist with this healing include: Obsidian, Tektite, Tourmaline, Citrine, Smokey Quartz, Desert Rose/Gypsium, Apatite Tears, Mouldervite, Shungite, Sunstone, Aventurine, Rose Quartz.
Essential oils that may assist:
Basil, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Clary Sage, Cypress, Frankincense, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Patchouli, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, Vetiver.
Chinese Medicine, Crystals and essential oils all perform best used in synergy rather than singularly. Natural elements all assist and support each other when used in synergy, just like a collective of individuals. We are all stronger unified.
All our products are chosen and prepared with intention;
An intention to Naturally Heal, Support
Instructions for Amalgamating Herbal Medicine to your broth.
First soak your herbal medicine in 4 cups of filtered room temperature water for 30 mins to 1 hours.
When your broth is ready to simmer, add your herbal medicine and the soaking water.
Strain out herbs and broth ingredients. Taste your broth and adjust with herbs, salt, pepper and sauces as herbal medicine can sometimes produce a different flavour to what you may be used to in previous cooks.
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