Vibrancy Tea offers a synergistic blend of 4 Chinese herbs that work together to create an effective treatment for many ailments.
Reishi is known as the "Elixir of Immortality"...
It is a powerful adaptogen that will help the whole body deal with a large range of stresses. Reishi has been widely researched...
~stimulates the immune system ~ strengthens all the organs ~ calms the nervous system ~ treats anxiety and insomnia ~ fights cancerous tumors ~ regulates blood pressure, cholesterol and improves circulation ~ influences and balances the hormones ~ reduces allergic reactions and inflammation in the body (has been helpful for chronic bronchitis and asthma) ~ a source of antioxidants ~ naturally energizing
As a super tonic and adaptogen, the ways Reishi can help continue to be realized. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is said to supplement all 3 Treasures (Jing, Chi and Shen) and has the most tonic action on Shen (spiritual radiance)...
Reishi's spiritually expanding qualities have been discussed for millennia. It is capable of elevating the spirit (mood enhancing). Reishi is believed to help transform an individual into a more spiritual being. Just as mushrooms transform decayed material on the ground into life-giving nourishment, Reishi converts metabolic and psychic waste, thereby, clearing the lower emotions, freeing the mind and raising the spirit.
Reishi can be taken as often as one likes to support the whole body, increase peace of mind and produce physical vigor.
Astragalus Root is the number one immune boosting herb in TCM. It is an excellent general tonic for overall vitality and to increase energy levels. Like Reishi, Astragalus contains polysaccharides that increase the activity of macrophages which have a voracious appetite for harmful micro organisms and cancerous cells.
Codonopsis Root is similar to Ginseng in that it is an adaptogen and immune stimulant. It is appropriate for women and men.
Ginger has a pleasant taste, stimulates the immune and digestive systems and increases circulation.
This tea can be used as soup and stew stock, and as a liquid for stir fry, curries, etc. Very versatile!
Best if not consumed during a cold as it could aggravate the acute symptoms (this is the nature of tonic herbs).