Posted by: injoynow | June 2, 2010

More About the Amazing Intention Tea Enchanted Mushroom Elixir

There is even more to share about the
INTENTION TEA,
ENCHANTED MUSHROOM ELIXIR!

Here goes! Herbs and spices can add a delightful sweetness and delicious flavor as well as surprising healing and wellness properties! Here is a list of the 4 herbs and spices that delight your pallet.
LICORICE, (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is probably the most popular Chinese herb. Used in the majority of Chinese formulas, it enhances and harmonizes the effects of other herbs in the formula and has a delicious sweet taste. It has a soothing effect on inflamed mucus membranes from throat and stomach to the urinary tract. It possesses antibacterial and antiviral properties. It is also used for adrenal fatigue, immune deficiency, ulcers, allergies, liver disorders, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, mononucleosis, chronic hepatitis and has been shown to have anti-tumor activity. Another amazing herb!

ORANGE PEEL, (Citrus aurantium) A wonderful flavor enhancer that has a high amount of vitamin C, Vitamin B1, Folic Acid, beta-carotene, over 60 flavonoids,  numerous minerals, enzymes, pectin and other phyto-nutrients. It is a popular bitter, aiding digestion. It has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine since the 2nd century BC. It is an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-microbial. Its d-limonene has been studied for its anti-carcinogenic activity. It is used to reduce phlegm in lungs and throat, gas in the stomach and intestines, and pressure resulting in cramping and high blood pressure.

CINNAMON, (Cassia bark) This delicious spice, so enhancing to the taste is also extremely rich in healing properties. Used world wide for thousands of years (in Traditional Chinese medicine since at least 2700 BC), it helps the body’s fire or energy, warming the body. Its aroma warms hearts and minds, making it one of the most popular spices in the world.  It comes from the bark of the cinnamon tree, mostly found in China and Ceylon. Recent research has shown help in controlling type 2 diabetes, significantly reducing blood sugar levels. It also positively affects triglycerides, LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol levels, relieves hypertension and is a mild blood thinner allowing better circulation. It improves digestion, alleviates nasal congestion, relieves cramps, soothes stiff muscles and join pain, flatulence and nausea.  It helps rid the body of parasites, fungus and bacteria (even destroying E.Coli)! It is also used for chronic diarrhea, colds, hypertension and even cancer. It has strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
CLOVE, (Eugenia caryophyllus) this popular aromatic spice, native to Indonesia is the immature flower bud of the clove tree. It is used throughout the world and in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine it has been used for thousands of years. Helpful for a multitude of conditions, it treats indigestion, diarrhea, ringworm, athlete’s foot and other fungal infections. It is well known to relieve tooth aches, having powerful antiseptic and anesthetic actions. It has a positive effect on stomach ulcers, vomiting and flatulence and stimulates digestion. It is effective against strep, staph and pneumonia bacteria and against parasites. It is one of the many herbs with anti-cancer effects. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties as well and is said to be an aphrodisiac.
So there we have it, all the herbs in the formula. We hope you have enjoyed this bit of herbal education over the last several emails!
More information can be found on the blog:  http//injoynow.wordpress.com

Orders for this tea are flying in! Comments are very positive. People are hearing about the power of mushrooms and herbs on the news and are intuitively “connecting in” too.

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