Daily Ritual is hand crafted on the Full moon. This is your “drink me” potion, all you need for the day and must have. This potion targets adrenals, inflammation, It’s detoxifying and anti-aging. If we could only choose one blend to take this would be it. It’s everything you need in a bottle.
This is one of our favorite tonics, because it is full of so many beneficial vitamins, minerals and detox constituents…truly a powerful way to begin our day.
Horsetail is a body purifier similar to nettle. In addition to its cleansing properties, horsetail is also known for its aesthetic and regenerative properties, as it helps to renew cell tissues, giving a better appearance to our skin and making it look more beautiful. Due to Its high content of silicon it helps to maintain and recover the connective tissues of the skin, rejuvenating and invigorating it.
Nettle ( Utica Dioica)
Nettles are one of our favorite herbs of all time because its anti-inflammatory and known as a beautifier for skin and hair. Due to our depleted soils, most of us are vitamin deficient. Nettle helps restore the minerals in your body leading to healthier looking skin from the inside out. Nettle is rich in Calcium, potassium, Chlorophyll, magnesium, Vitamin A, vitamin C, Vitamin B, Vitamin E, Beta Carotene, and its amazingly alkalizing which supports the health of skin.
Organic Wild Harvested Red Rieshi ( Ganoderma Lucidum)
Reishi Mushroom is the most widely studied herb in the world. In Chinese, the name lingzhi represents a combination of spiritual potency and essence of immortality, and is regarded as the “herb of spiritual potency,” symbolizing success, well-being, divine power, and longevity. Reishi mushroom can enhance immune function through its effects on white blood cells, which help fight infection and cancer. This may occur primarily in those who are ill. Some preliminary studies have shown that reishi mushroom could decrease anxiety and depression as well as improve quality of life in those with certain medical conditions.
Watercress (Nasturium Offininale)
Watercress is a green spicy delicious aquatic powerhouse, it is full of vitamin C, vitamin B6, magnesium, vitamin A, beta-carotene, vitamin K, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and is high in chlorophyll. It is one of the oldest vegetables harvested by humans. Dating back to Hippocrates, who was the father of medicine, he frequently used watercress as a treatment for his patients.
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)
In Chinese medicine Alfalfa is known as “The father of all foods”. The many benefits include, anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, improves hair growth and lowers cholesterol. Containing vitamins A, C, E, K, magnesium, folate, and protein. This powerful plant has been known to decrease blood sugar levels, relieve menopause symptoms, reduces inflammation, this known as a powerful antioxidant.
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)
High in vitamins A, B, C, D, Iron, potassium and calcium. All parts of this plant are used as a stimulating medicine, the root, the leaves and the flowers. The root is used to detox and strengthen our largest internal organ, the liver. Dandelion is known as an excellent blood purifier, helping to detox our largest external organ, the skin.
Cleavers (Galium aparine)
Rich in chlorophyll, Cleavers is an excellent spring tonic used to increase lymph node circulation and purify the blood. It can be used year round to stimulate and detox our internal organs, especially the gallbladder and bladder, while decreasing inflammation and water retention. Here in California it grows as a weed along road sides, although unassuming, it likes to be noticed. In old English the word “to Cleave” means to latch onto. While harvesting wild Cleavers, the sticky leaves attach to anything it comes in contact with. Energetically speaking Cleavers “latches onto” those places inside of us, and aids in stimulating the lymphatic system. By using Cleavers we help support our lymphatic system and allow our body to detox and release metabolic waste, and thus improving our immune system.
Next time you’re out hiking you might notice teeny bits of cleavers attached to your clothing, this may very well be a sign that Cleavers is trying to get your attention.