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DIY! Custom Blend

DIY! Custom Blend

Can’t find a blend for your personal need? Make your own!

 

Choose a size that best fits your preference and then add your selection to the cart. Once you add your selection to the cart you will have ability to select up to 6 herbs that serve as a primary, supporting and catalyst herb for your medicinal blend. Feel free to choose any herb in any combination.

 

Need guidance on a blend for a specific condition? Visit our herbal guidance blog, or submit a health consultation request for further assistance.

 

DIRECTIONS

  • Choose a container size : 2oz, 4oz, 8oz, or 16oz

  • Choose herbs from "List of Primary, Supporting and Catalyst Herbs" and type the herbs in the "type herbs here section" that you want included in the blend.

  • When you are finished typing the appropriate herbs click ‘add to cart’ and proceed to checkout

  • There is a special reaction that occurs when we blend our organic herbs, sort of like an alchemy. So why not give you the pleasure of controlling this reaction as it relates to you? In a brew, elemental forces of fire, plants and water unify to create what we consider a healing medicinal blend. Through this unification, a special type of art is born— herbal blending. We combine the roots, leaves, and fruit in a way that serves as a healing process, from the measurement of herbs to the boiling of the leaves. There is something about tailoring single herbs to fit your personal needs . We have made this process easier for you, giving you the opportunity to create your own healing blend within a 2 oz tin, a 4 ounce pouch, 8 ounce glass or a 16 ounce tin.

     

    Combining Herbs for Full Body Healing

    I am sure that you may have experienced single herb teas like ginger tea for a cold or chamomile for sleep. These single-herb teas are considered “simples” and often exhibit medicinal effects. However, like us, these plants work better together in unification. You would notice that in nature that not many plants grow alone or without the help of another, but instead they tend to prosper more in the presence of other plants. In medicinal blends, herbs work synergistically. This means that the unification of each herb may produce a combined effect greater than each separate. With multiple herbs in unity, the blend becomes more than the sum of its parts.

    One of the most pivotal parts of blending is the quality selection of herbs and therapeutic measurements of each herbs; this is truly both a science and an art. To master this science and art, utilize this three-part method, by herbalist William LeSassier, to begin creating your medicinal blends.

     

    Primary Herbs

    Primary (or active) herb serves as the main ingredient of the blend, directed to work a specific health concern or focus. Pick a primary herb(s) based on the herbal action desired (i.e. digestive, immune, nerve support, etc) This selection will make up 60-70% of the blend. There may be one or several primary herbs in a particular tea; in our Lung Tonic Blend, for instance, mullein and calendula — both lung soothers — are primary herbs, while the Womb 'N Hormone Balance Blend contains chaste tree (vitex) berry, a herb that potentiates hormone regulation. Limit this selection to 2 or 3.

    Supportive Herbs

    The supportive herb serves as an important selection of the blend. In medicinal blends, it works to nourish and support the system that you are trying to act on and it offers soothing effects secondary to the stronger primary herbs. Pick a herb that is particularly soothing to the part of the body that you are trying to target. This selection will make up 20-30% of the blend. More than 1 herb can classify as a supportive herb. Limit this selection to 1 or 2.

    Catalyst Herbs

    The catalyst herb serves as the unifier and usually has a warming or stimulating effect on the body and serves to bring everything together. Pick a herb that will add a zest of flavor or that is strong enough to support the primary active herb. This herb usually has an activating, stimulating, or eliminating action to the formula and is often classified as a herbal stimulant, diaphoretic, diuretic, purgative, or energizer. This selection will make up 5-10 percent of the blend. Ginger, peppermint, and sage are frequently used as catalysts. Most herbs have multiple roles and can serve as a primary, supportive or catalyst herb depending on the focus of the blend. Because of their interesting chemical disposition, most herbs work a number of different ways in the body and can be used for many ailments. Choose only one.

    List of Primary, Supporting and Catalyst Herbs

    Alfalfa

    Ashwagandha

    Basil

    Burdock Root

    Calendula Flower

    Chamomile

    Chaste Tree (Vitex) Berry

    Comfrey

    Dandelion Root

    Echinacea

    Elderberry

    Ginger Root

    Hibiscus

    Juniper Berry

    Lavender

    Lemon Balm

    Mugwort

    Mullein

    Nettle Root

    Oatstraw

    Oregon Grape Root -- Currently out of stock. Will return by 06/2020

    Peppermint Leaf

    Raspberry Leaf

    Rosemary

    Sage -- -- Currently out of stock. Will return by 05/2020

    Soursop Leaf

    Valerian Root -- Limited Supply.

    Yellow Dock Root

    Yerba Mate

     

    Directions

    • Choose a container size : 2oz, 4oz, 8oz, or 16oz

    • Choose herbs from "List of Primary, Supporting and Catalyst Herbs" and type the herbs in the "type herbs here section" that you want included in the blend.

    • When you are finished typing the appropriate herbs click ‘add to cart’ and proceed to checkout

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