Going Inward Tea Blend Recipe

Fall is in full swing and winter is beginning to settle in to the PNW. It’s a time to dive into the inner workings of our consciousness. A time for creativity, crafting, homemaking, and settling. We move a little slower this time of year, which gives us more time to sift through our psyches. Take this time to sip tea, go inward, and explore the shadowy sides of you. Grab a book, start a new journal, make mental goals for what parts of yourself you would like to explore.

This nourishing tea blend aims to keep you grounded while you venture into the darker side of the season. Adaptogens, like Holy Basil and Ashwagandha, will help you keep your wits about you, keeping you strong and able. The Cedar and Rosemary provide grounding protection. Oatstraw and Burdock nourish the body, while Blue Vervain allows you to soften into this slower time of year.

Tea Blend (Parts can mean oz, cups, spoonfuls, you name it)

2 parts Oatstraw
2 parts Holy Basil
1 part Burdock
1 part Blue Vervain
1 part Ashwagandha
.5 part Cedar.5 part Rosemary

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Sharden Grimm

As a witch, a healer, a student, and a DIY enthusiast, Sharden inspires to learn as much as she can about the practice of Herbalism. She has been self studying Western Herbalism, all natural skincare, nutrition, and yoga for many years. In her free time she develops skin care products and formulates medicine for friends and family.  Find out more at shardengrimm.wordpress.com or follow her on instagram via @shardengrimm.

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