Herbal Bliss Certified Organic & Fair Trade Herbs

Herbal Bliss certified organic & fair trade herbal tea/ herbal powder are strictly selected from the finest harvests and meticulously reviewed and analyzed to promise you herbs are so fresh, colorful, fragrant, safe and of the highest nutrients.

  • All certified by USDA、Fair for Life & Earth Kosher
  • Grown, harvested, processed and handled by knowledgeable and caring people
  • Free from irradiation and ozone treatment, sulfites, gasses and other sanitary chemicals
  • Free from additives
  • Lab analyzed for quality, safety and true botanical identity - E. Coli, chloroform, bacteria, heavy metal, yeast, mould, moisture level etc.
Herbal Tea
Calendula (Calendula officinalis)  

Origin: US & Egypt
Parts Used: Dried flowers
Liver, heart, lung meridian

Calendula was thought to possess powers for the protection and benefit of humans.
It supports mild inflammation of the oral mucosa and is externally approved to support the skin and assist with minor wounds and healthy skin. Calendula is anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, analgesic, febrifuge, immune stimulant and digestive decongestant. It sooths eczema and is perfect for babies.

German or Roman Chamomile
(Matricaria recutita or Chamaemelum nobile)
 

Origin: Egypt
Parts Used: Flowers
Liver, stomach, lung meridian

Chamomile has a sweet characteristic smell and is generally used to soothe and relax, either before bedtime or during moments of mental or emotional discomfort. Chamomile "the remedy for babies of any age," referring to its calming tendencies and its ability to promote well-being. It is approved for external use in supporting skin care and inflammation and gastrointestinal support.

Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum morifolium)  

Origin: China
Parts Used: Flowers
Lung, liver meridian

Anti-inflammatory, soothe cold & flu, headache and eye irritation

Jasmine (Jasminum sp.)  

Origin: China
Parts Used: Dried flowers
Liver meridian

Anti-depressant, relaxing and soothe headache. Historically, it has been reputed to be an aphrodisiac, and is said to have a marked effect on frigidity and impotence.

Precautions: Women who are trying to get pregnant should avoid this herb, as well as women who are breast feeding. There is some evidence to show that it may lower blood pressure so caution should be exercised.

Lemon Peel (Citrus x limon)  

Origin: USA
Parts Used: Dried peel

Lemon peel stimulates the appetite by encouraging the release of gastric juices to digest food, and helps provide vitamin C. Lemon peel is added to scores of herbal teas and herbal formulas for aroma and taste enhancement. Add 1/3 teaspoon in herbal tea, can also be used for cooking and Potpourri.

Lemon verbena / Vervain (Aloysia citriodora)  

Origin: Argentina
Parts Used: Leaves

Strong minty-citrus scent - both refreshing and relaxing at the same time, soothe digestive discomfort and febrifuge.

Orange Peel (Ctrus sinensis)  

Origin: USA
Parts Used: Peel

Digestive tonic, improve sluggish digestion, encourage appetite. Can be used for cooking and Potpourri.

Nettle (Urtica dioica)  

Origin: Hungary
Parts Used: Leaves

The leaves are a wonderful source of nutrients, containing a number of essential minerals including iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium. Nettle is approved for internal and external use in support of inflammation. Good for hair growth and soothe itchy scalp. For its diuretic properties, it is approved for support of the lower urinary tract.

Precautions: Because of its diuretic and hypotensive actions, nettle leaf may lower blood pressure, extended use is not recommended.

Peppermint (Mentha piperita)  

Origin: USA
Parts Used: Dried leaves

Peppermint leaf supports gastrointestinal tract as well as the gallbladder and bile ducts. It is specifically used to support healthy bowel function. It is calming, antiseptic, anti-viral and good for concentration.

Red clover (Trifolium pratense)  

Origin: USA
Parts Used: Flowers and sometimes the leaf and flower

Red Clover is an immune stimulant, it has been used to treat cough and respiratory congestion. It is used for hot flashes/flushes, PMS, lowering cholesterol, breast enhancement and breast health, improving urine production and circulation of the blood. It is also used to help prevent osteoporosis, reduce the possibility of blood clots and arterial plaques and limiting the development of benign prostate hyperplasia

Precautions: Red clover should not be taken by pregnant or nursing women and those on blood thinning medication

Red raspberry leaves (Rubus idaeus)  

Origin: Albania
Parts Used: Dried leaves

Red raspberry leaves regulate menstruation, sooth anemia and gingivitis. It is the best known, most widely used, and safest of all uterine and pregnancy tonic herbs.

Rose  

Parts Used: Flowers
Liver, heart meridian

Uplifting, anti-depressant, reduce stress, increase self-love & open heart. Help to alleviate women's issues, such as PMS, cramps, insomnia and constipation.

  1. Rose petals (Rose sp.)
    Origin: India
  2. Roses, whole buds (Rosa damascena)
    Origin: France
  3. Rose petals, pink (Rose centifolia)
    Origin: India
True Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)  

Origin: France
Parts Used: Flowers

Lavender flowers promote both a healthy mood and healthy circulation and help to alleviate mild feelings of agitation or distress. It is antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, soothe mosquito and insect bites. Promote good sleep, alleviate headache, sore throat.

Typical Preparations

  1. To choose 3-5 herbs for synergestic effect:
    Soothing – either type of roses, calendula, lavender
    Joy – Jasmine + Rose + Lemon Verbena
    Immunity booster (Cold & Flu) –
    Calendula, German or Roman Chamomile, Chrysanthemum, Peppermint
    Skin improver – Calendula + Burdock + Red Clover
    Balancing – Rose + Red Clover + Red raspberry leaves
  2. Take 1 teaspoon of each herb (1/3 – 1/2 teaspoon for lavender), using 80 C hot water, infuse for not more than 5 mins, drain. Repeat several times. Can drink 2-3 cups a day.
  3. Women are not recommended to use during menstruation.
  4. Can swap synergy every 2-3 months

Organic herbal teas are supplementary. For particular health issues, consult your health practitioner before use.

 
Herbs Powder
Camellia seed powder  

Origin: China
Parts Used: Seed

Camellia seed powder is safe, cleansing and can remove stains, grease, grime efficiently. It is nourishing, mild to skin and soothes itchy scalp and eczema.

Preparation: Mix 3-4 teaspoons of camellia seed powder into 1 lit of 50C hot water. The infusion will become brown and foaming. Use it to bathe, shampoo or as household cleanser. Rinse with water.

Clove (Syzigium aromaticum)  

Origin: India
Parts Used: Dried flower buds

Clove is used for upset stomach and as an expectorant. Expectorants make it easier to cough up phlegm. Clove oil is used for diarrhea, hernia, and bad breath. Clove and clove oil are used for intestinal gas, nausea, and vomiting. Clove bud can help to enhance digestion, reduce gas, and alleviate diarrhea, indigestion and toothache. It is also known for its antiseptic, anti-fungal, and antiviral qualities and especially helpful for boosting the immune system.

Preparation: Infuse for gargling or cooking. Crashed clove bud can be used as one of the incense ingredients.

Juniper berries (Juniperus communis)  

Origin: Albania
Parts Used: Berries

Strong fruity and evergreen tree aroma. Soothe respiratory problems. Very cleansing, to purify and boost up energy.

Preparation: Incense, cooking, essential oil

Licorice root powder (Glycyrrhiza glabra)  

Origin: China
Parts Used: Dried root

Very soothing, moisturizing and whitening to skin, cleanse enlarged pores. Boost immune system.

Preparation: As facial mask, tooth & gum powder, cooking, etc.
Suitable for all skin types. Not to be taken for high blood pressure.

Myrrh gum powder (Commiphora myrrha)  

Origin: Kenya
Parts Used: Dried exudates (resin) from the bark.

Smoky, earthy scent, Myrrh has a long history as a favorite among all cultures. It is said to be one of the key ingredients in the mythical Egyptian perfume Kyphi. Myrrh is anti-inflammatory and antiseptic.

Preparation: Gargle, tooth & gum powder, incense. For topical use.

Neem (Margosa)  

Origin: India
Parts Used: Dried leaf

The neem tree holds a great deal of promise for India as a wonder plant with many uses. It is an effective insect repellant. It has pesticide, germicide and medicinal properties, is resistant to termites and can sooths various skin problems.

Preparation: Infusion can be used as cleanser or repellent spray. Topical use only.
Precaution: Not to be used while pregnant, and the oil should not be applied to broken or heavily abraded skin.

Orris root powder (Iris germanica)  

Origin: Morocco
Parts Used: The cleaned and dried root, powdered before storage.

Dried orris root smells like violets. It is used primarily as a base for natural toothpastes, and as a fixative in perfumes to enhance other aromas. Powdered orris root lends a pleasant scent to freshly laundered linens and to potpourri. It also can be used as a stabilizer in cosmetics. Very cleansing and whitening.

Patchouli leaf (Pogostemon cablin)  

Origin: India
Parts Used: Leaves

Patchouli sooths insect and mosquito bites, alleviate diarrhea, headache and fever, etc. For topical application, its essential oil is rejuvenating, good for eczema, athlete foot, pimples and damaged skin and can be as an incense - keep fleas and other pests at bay.

Preparation: Essential oil, infusion of leaves as a tea in topical applications and as an incense

Soap nuts (Sapindus mukorossi)  

Origin: India
Parts Used: The whole nut or husk

Soap nuts can be used for anything that you would normally use detergent for-washing. Some people have used them as a base for shampoos and body wash, and as an all purpose cleaner for around the home. Soap nuts are antipruritic and anti-microbial, which can soothe skin issues such as eczema and athlete foot.

Preparation: Place 6 nuts into a bottle of warm water, shake until bubbles appear. Use the solution.

Vetiver (Vetiveria Zizaniodes L Nash)  

Origin: India
Parts Used: Root

Add earthy, sweet, exotic aroma for an incense.

Preparation: Essential oil, incense

Yucca root powder (Yucca glauca)  

Origin: USA, wild crafted
Parts Used: Root

Yucca is a succulent that grows throughout the southern United States. Tribes of the Southwest use its leaves to make soaps, shampoos and other hygiene related items, including dental floss.

Preparation: Take 2 teaspoons of powder, using 1 cup of hot water, infuse for 10 mins, drain.

Storage:

  1. Place herbs & powder in dry, cool, ventilated place, the best storage temperature is 18C – 23 C
  2. Expiry: Dried flower – 8-12 months; Root, bark, seed, berry – 14-16 months, best use within few months

 

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