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Nourish Blend



I've been obsessed with the word "nourish" for awhile now and it's definitely a way of life for me. This tizane (herbal tea) works to remove toxins from the bloodstream and replace them with nutrients. Here's how this formula works:


  • Red Clover & Red Roses: these two herbs detox the bloodstream & tissues, making room for the nutrients carried in by the other herbs.

  • Nettles: Vitamins A,C,K, and several B vitamins. Minerals: calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and sodium. Fats: linoleic acid, linolenic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, and oleic acid. All of the essential amino acids, & more!

  • Oatstraw: loaded with polyphenols, oatstraw works to fight oxidative stress. It has a high content of B-complex vitamins and calcium, making it super beneficial to the bones and brain. This herb is also high in minerals such as iron, phosphorus, vitamin A,C,E & K.

  • Chickweed: this herb has 6 times the amount of vitamin C, 12 times more calcium, and 83 times more iron than spinach. Chickweed also contains a high content of essential vitamins and minerals.

With this combination you're sure to get a high dose of nutrition! Being a tizane and making an infusion, these nutrients can be easier absorbed through the tissue thanks to the hot water - although you can still drink it iced should you wish! These nutrients are easily-assimilated and readily accepted by the body!


What are you waiting for? Begin nourishing yourself today!


If you would like to know more about this remedy or you are ready to start working with it yourself, please send me an email to:


**Reclaimer**


This blog is intended to provide information on this herb/remedy/formula that I use regularly in my practice. This blog is for educational purposes only, mainly for people who work with me or my remedies and are looking for the information on the remedies, how and why I use them, and what is in them. There is much more existing information on each herb and remedy and as always I encourage everyone to ask lots of questions and to dive into research for themselves as well as consulting with a professional.

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