Reiki Herbs & Berries Blend
Formed by the Japanese terms “rei” (cosmos) and “ki” (spiritual energy), Reiki is an ancient spiritual healing method which is said to bring about healing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. This blend of herbs, fruits and blossoms with its freshness and sweetness is a pure experience of nature!
Formed by the Japanese terms "rei" (cosmos) and "ki" (spiritual energy), Reiki is an ancient spiritual healing method which is said to bring about healing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. This blend of herbs, fruits and blossoms with its freshness and sweetness is a pure experience of nature!
Ingredients: sultanas, apple pieces, mango cubes, lemon grass, rose hip peel, hibiscus blossoms, orange peel, stinging nettle leaves, sweet mulberry leaves, freeze-dried tangerine-orange pieces, cornflower blossoms, mallow blossoms and marigold blossoms, rose petals, rosebuds, safflower.
1-2 level teaspoon per 6oz. (170ml.) serving
The health benefits of raisins (sultanas are type of raisins) include relief from constipation, acidosis, anemia, fever, and sexual dysfunction. Eating raisins regularly can help ease or prevent constipation, according to MedlinePlus. Raisins are a good source of dietary fiber, which is beneficial when you’re constipated. Raisins have high levels of catechins, which are polyphenolic antioxidants in the blood. Antioxidants scavenge the free radicals that float around the body and wreak havoc on the organ systems and cells. Free radicals are one of the primary, underlying factors that lead to the spontaneous growth of cancer cells, as well as the substance that can spur on metastasis.
Mangoes contribute copper, calcium and iron to the diet as well as antioxidants such as zeaxanthin and beta-carotene. Also, mangoes supply a healthy dose of vitamin A.
Lemongrass contains a number of volatile oils, including one called citral that's a mixture of several similar compounds. Information from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center indicates that citral acts as an antioxidant that can help protect your cells from damage by free radicals. Research published in the March 2003 issue of "Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications" found that citral acts by activating an enzyme, glutathione S-transferase, that detoxifies free radicals and helps your body rid itself of them. Sloan-Kettering also indicates that extracts of lemongrass have anti-microbial properties, helping prevent or slow the growth of bacteria and fungi. A study published in the January 2012 issue of "Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice" found that an oil extract from lemongrass inhibited growth of streptococcus bacteria in the laboratory, while research in the March 2009 issue of "Phytomedicine" studied the effectiveness of a lemongrass infusion in human subjects with human immunodeficiency virus who had an oral fungal infection called thrush. Researchers found that an oral rinse administered three times daily was more effective than gentian violet, an anti-fungal medication.
Apples are extremely rich in important antioxidants, flavanoids, and dietary fiber. The phytonutrients and antioxidants in apples may help reduce the risk of developing cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. Apples are rich in Vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, dietary fiber, and minerals.
The colorful hibiscus flower is cultivated worldwide for both its aesthetic appeal and its medicinal uses, which are primarily in the form of tea. Studies suggest that hibiscus tea is beneficial with regard to several of its traditional uses, most notably helping reduce blood pressure and control cholesterol. Rich with vitamin C, the hibiscus plant boosts your immune system in all the right ways and is helpful in treating and preventing viruses like the cold or flu. One study reports that people who frequently drink hibiscus tea, saw a reduction of 7.2 points in their systolic blood pressure.
Oranges have extremely high content of Vitamin C and A.