75g FULL BODIED-WISE WOMAN Tea Blend Glass Jar $18

FULL-BODIED WISE WOMAN TEA BLEND with Organic Nettle, Honeybush, Rhodiola Rosea, Angelica Sinensis-Dong Quai, Ashwagandha, Olive Leaf, Raspberry Leaf and Black Cohosh.


40g Small Bag $8

75g Medium Bag $15

Organic Nettle, Honeybush, Angelica-Dong Quai, Rhodiola Rosea,  Ashwagandha, Olive Leaf, Raspberry Leaf & Black Cohosh

Designed for the full bodied wise woman who has matured and now needs a helping hand with her hormones and energy levels without the caffeine.

Organic Nettle Leaf known as Stinging Nettle is the perfect choice when spring allergies show up. The herb supports nutrition, detoxification, with energy boosting properties and anti-allergy effects through acids, amines, and flavonoids and loads of nutrients which include Vitamin A, B2, B5, C, Iron, Magnesium,  Potassium, Calcium, Beta-Carotene and Silicon. It has antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties.

Purifies the blood and eliminates toxins from the body.

Nettle leaf has natural antihistamine properties and can alleviate arthritis pain and symptoms of gout, while also being a lactation stimulant.  The Arthritis Foundation suggests that nettle tea may also reduce the inflammation and pain association with osteoarthritis. Nettle tea benefits the kidneys by increasing urine output and uric acid removal. A natural diuretic for kidney function and urinary flow, and prevents kidney stones from forming.

Great for anxiety, depression, stress for the nervous system and the whole body.

Nettle tonic has long been used for asthma, mucus conditions of the lungs, and chronic coughs.
Nettle tincture is also used for flu, colds, bronchitis and pneumonia.
Iron plays a vital role in thyroid health, therefore ensuring that the body has sufficient levels of iron can help to promote healthy thyroid metabolism and  function.
Nettles contain Chrysin compounds that act as natural estrogen blockers and can help regulate production of the hormone. The flavonoid Chrysin is found in passionflower, honey, and bee propolis. 
Nettle may help control blood sugar by decreasing blood glucose, increasing insulin and reducing inflammation with type 2 diabetes.
One recent study found that 500 ml of tea made with 20 grams of dried nettle leaves, steeped for 30 minutes, contains 76 mg of magnesium, which represents about 20% of men’s and women’s 25% daily intake.
Nettle provides the body with sufficient iron, protein and folic acid and helps with losing weight.
It’s great for hair loss and helps in hair re-growth due to it’s leaves are rich in silica and sulphur, making hair shiny and healthy.
Rinse your hair with nettle extracts and water to help with the regrowth from hair loss and also helps restore your original hair colour.
Organic Honeybush is Honeybush is a sibling of Rooibos, cultivated in South Africa’s Eastern Cape region. It’s flowers smell of honey and have a similar in flavour to that of rooibos, although slightly fuller-bodied with a sweeter, honey-like taste. Honeybush has a smooth, fruity, sweet, and delicate flavour, and caffeine free.
Honeybush is cyclopia intermedia or mountain tea, cyclopia genistoides or coastal tea and cyclopia subternata or valley tea and is dried and fermented. It is high in vitamins and antioxidants, mostly mangiferin, isomangiferin and hesperidin, minerals and very low levels of tannins. aiding digestion and containing antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Traditionally, it has been used for treating lungs and breathing related diseases such as tuberculosis and catarrh.
Studies show it aids weight loss and may help fight obesity by lowering fat in the blood and lowering bad cholesterol. It is one of the best herbal teas for fighting the signs of aging. Cyclopia maculata have a better potential to improve skin texture than cyclopia genistoides and cyclopia genistoides has the highest levels of mangifering, a very potent antioxidant found in mango tree too, with dozens of potential benefits. Studies showed that Honeybush may be very helpful in preventing genetic mutations caused by tobacco and help in prevention of esophageal, breast and uterus cancers. Honeybush may have phytoestrogen properties and naturally support the hormone balance and relieve menopausal symptoms, and may regulate the menstrual period and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Furthermore, studies showed that it may stimulate the milk production in breast-feeding women. In one study it was shown to be beneficial for those with Insulin Resistance.
Angelica Sinensis – Dong Quai;
FEMALE GINSENG is also known as Angelic Sinensis and Dong Quai from Traditional Chinese Medicine, and is a fragrant plant with a cluster of small white flowers and it belongs to the same botanical family as carrots and celery.

It’s properties are anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, antispasmodic and anti-viral and has been used to enrich the blood and promote circulation and help regulate the immune system. Commonly used as a digestive tonic for the stomach, to enhance concentration and memory and to detoxify the liver and stabilise hormones and menstrual disorders with both a stimulating and relaxing action on uterine tissue, and in the treatment of dysmenorrhea and endometriosis for cramps and pain. It can treat headaches and migraines, cardiovascular system and expectorant. It is a blood and digestive tonic and has been found to have with men an anti-depressant effect and a positive impact on mood according to a study on 28th October, 2017. It can help with sperm quality and viability due to an antioxidant found in Dong Quai known as ferulic acid as a herbal cream found effective with premature ejaculation from a study on 19th July 2021.

Generally the benefit from using this starts to take affect after 4 weeks and is enhanced after 12 weeks and in combination with other herbs can help with menstrual cramps and menopause. It does not produce estrogen-like responses in endometrial thickness and vaginal wall efficacy.

Used as a stimulant on the intestines please consult your doctor if you have diverticulitis or IBS.

Rhodiola Rosea;

Also known as Golden Rod and Rhodiola – Roseroot

Rhodiola has been used over the centuries to treat high altitude sickness, anxiety, depression, fatigue, stress.

Increases overall physical and mental wellbeing and resilience, helps alleviate brain fog and ADHD.

Rhodiola gives an energy boost without crashing from a caffeine like state.

Mood boosting the brain by influencing brain chemistry of serotonin, dopamine, feel good endorphins and opioids and norepinephrine.

Rhodiola is a herb that grows in the cold, mountainous regions of Europe and Asia.

Its roots are considered adaptogens and contain more than 140 active ingredients.

Helps with fat burning for weight loss.

Combine Rhodiola and Black Cohosh helps relieve menopausal symptoms.

Anti-inflammatory and by combining two adaptogens together (plus Ashwagandha) you can heal your thyroid and balance cortisol levels.

Anti-toxic effects and protects against toxic medications.

Reduces blood pressure but can increase levels of blood thinner warfarin and some anti-inflammatory drugs.

Always use in moderation and a tea or tea tonic is gentler but still take a break every few months and don’t drink Rhodiola late in the afternoon or evening as it may keep you revved up.

People in Russia and Scandinavian countries have used rhodiola to treat anxiety, fatigue and depression for centuries.

Rhodiola also enhances brain function and can improve exercise performance.


Ashwagandha Root Organic – a popular slow acting Ayurvedic medicine to slowing build up the stamina of a horse and strengthens the immune system. Helps with anxiety, depression, and is a great aphrodisiac, astringent, nervine, rejuvenative, sedative and tonic.

Olive Leaf Tea;

Known as the “Tree of Life” in the Bible. More studies show that olive leaf is a powerful medicinal tool, with benefits including cardiovascular and immune system support, an increase in energy levels and healthy blood pressure. A Mediterranean diet with olives, seafood, olive oil, vegetables and fruit is considered very healthy.

The taste has a mildly sweet, pleasant taste.

Olive leaves are rich in polyphenolic compounds that are known to have antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory activities. Therefore, olive leaf extract (OLE) is considered as a natural supplement.

Olive leaf extract intake inhibits cartilage destruction by increasing high molecular weight hyaluronan production from synoviocytes and thus preventing progression of knee osteoarthritis.
Olive leaves contain a very fascinating molecule called tyrosol, that reduces stress and mental fatigue to help us sleep better!
Mental health benefits: Preliminary research suggests that oleuropein, along with other antioxidants, may aid in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder–induced anxiety, stress, and depression by increasing serotonin levels. Levels of serotonin increased with low dose of olive oil while homovanillic acid (HVA), a metabolite of dopamine increased with both doses of olive oil. Low dose of olive oil increased glutathione peroxidase activity whereas high dose of olive oil decreased malondialdehyde levels in plasma.

It lowers blood pressure, reduces cardiovascular risks and improve immunity, blood sugar, lipid profiles and bone health. Olive leaf tea is a great caffeine free replacement for your night time cuppa.

Tea made from olive leaves fights yeast infections and viral infections, such as herpes. The antioxidants can help to treat tumors and cancers such as liver, breast, and prostate cancer and maintains normal DNA repair.

A major component oleuropein has anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory actions that help treat infections, inflammation, diabetes, hypertension and the oleanolic acid can increase your energy levels, metabolism and boost your thyroid due to a 2006 study.

By regulating the expression of genes that affect weight gain it helps prevent obesity.

Raspberry Leaf Tea;

Raspberry leaves are highly medicinal to relieve sore throats and strengthen kidneys and urinary tract, and as a pelvic and uterine relaxant, mucous cleanser, astringent, toner and reduces your risk of cancer.

Contains Vitamin B6 binds to estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone, helping regulate these steroid hormones, and is a fighter of all things PMS, including mood changes and irritability.

Rich in potassium, magnesium, Vitamin B and iron, which make them extremely beneficial for the female reproductive system and for heavy or painful periods, and preventing miscarriage, morning sickness associated with pregnancy and easing labor and delivery.

It could help ease puffiness caused by water retention, which often occurs during pregnancy.

Start drinking raspberry leaf tea at least the day before your period is expected and then 2-3 times a day to help you feel light and normal during your red days.

As a tonic it improves fat metabolism and encourages weight loss and detoxifies the body and improves overall health.
It may take several weeks to accumulate in the body and take effect. You should start by drinking one cup of red raspberry leaf tea per day, and gradually increase to three cups. If you choose to take capsules, follow the recommended dosage instructions on the label.
Topically can be used on the skin, for burns, cuts, rashes, eczema, and psoriasis.
The leaves also act as an astringent by tightening the top layers of skin which is helpful for people with oily skin or those suffering from acne.
Black Cohosh; (Actaea Racemose) is a woodland herb native to North America.

It is an analgesic and phytoestrogen, which helps relieve the symptoms of menopause; heart palpitations, hot flushes, irritability, nervousness, night sweats, sleep disturbances, tinnitus vaginal dryness, and vertigo. It may increase weight gain in menopausal women. It will lower testosterone levels.

It is a natural painkiller and has anti-inflammatory properties.

Antiplatelet and anticoagulant drugs – blood thinners may affect the blood’s ability to clot, and could interfere with any blood-thinning drugs you are taking. Avoid taking with sedative or Rx medications such as sleep and anti-anxiety medications and blood thinners Warfarin (Coumadin), Clopidogrel (Plavix). 
Please check with your doctor if you are on any Rx medications.
There are no know side effects reported, and if you have any health conditions please consult your doctor first.
Angelica Sinensis;

Please always check with your doctor if you have are on any Rx medications.

Please avoid if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

It may cause concern with hormone-sensitive conditions such as breast cancer, uterine cancer, ovarian cancer, endometriosis, or uterine fibroids, and those whose condition may worsen due to estrogen, even though it may not have estrogen in, it may be a pre-cursor to estrogen activation so please consult your doctor.

Angelica Root supplements contain 500-2,000mg and should be avoided if on blood thinners or if you have a pre-existing high blood pressure or heart condition.

Rhodiola Rosea;

Caution if you are pregnant or nursing or taking MAOIs antidepressants do not take Rhodiola Rosea.

Always use in moderation and a tea or tea tonic is gentler but still take a break every few months and don’t drink Rhodiola late in the afternoon or evening as it may keep you revved up.

Olive Leaf;

Some people may develop an allergy to olive leaf extract.

The pollen from the olive leaf can trigger severe respiratory allergic reactions for those allergic to plants in the Oleaceae family including Ash trees.

Olive leaf extract may increase the effect of blood thinners, such as Warfarin. Please avoid and consult your doctor if you are on any Rx medications.

Raspberry Leaf;

It may also have a mild diuretic effect and can increase urination
You had a previous labor that lasted three hours or less.
You’re having a c-section, or you’ve had a caesarean section before or you previously went into labor prematurely.
Can cause gastrointestinal upset and has a natural laxative properties.
Taking high doses of the plant as a supplement or drinking too many cups of the tea can cause problems including diarrhea and vomiting.
Limit intake to one or two cups of red raspberry leaf tea per day.
Black Cohosh;
CAUTION: If you have any liver disorders or you develop dark urine, jaundice while taking this as a supplement you should discontinue use. Remember tea or tea tonics are gentler on the body and will accumulate over time so use in moderation and take regular breaks from using it. Children under 18 should avoid taking it. People at high risk of stroke, blood clots or seizures should avoid taking this. If you are pregnant or have or had endometriosis, breast cancer or uterine cancer do not use. Avoid if having alcohol or any medication that can increase the risk of liver damage as it can increase the damage to the liver.



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