Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura)

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The Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura) is located in the solar plexus and is associated with the color yellow and the symbol of the ten-petal lotus flower. It is the seat of our emotions and our desire for non-dominating power, energy, and spontaneity. It is responsible for the regulation and distribution of energy in our body.

In balance, this chakra will activate our soul and enable us to be confident, focused and comfortable with ourselves, transforming our emotions into soulful passions that will radiate outward.

This energizing tea has a golden cup with a complex flavor that is smooth and has a lingering earthiness. Connect to the solar plexus energy by rubbing your belly and breathing using your diaphragm. Try empowering yourself by changing your thoughts about your daily activities from “I have to” to “I choose to”.

Suggested yoga poses and further information on this chakra are included inside the 3 oz box.

Ingredients:
Organic Lemon Peel, Anise Seed, Eleuthero Root, Cinnamon Bark, Fenugreek, Fennel Seed, Damiana Leaf, Ginger Root & Cadamom Seeds.

Caffeine Free

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This is surprisingly good!

It has a bit of a spicy kick (ginger is strong in this blend) and it nearly mimics a chai tea – but not quite. I love the anise in this tisane… it tastes licorice-y and sweet.

I didn’t think I’d like this one at first, but, I’m really glad I decided to try it because it’s good!!!

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Can smell Anise, Ginger, and Cinnamon…I’m afraid…

It’s herbally tasting but surprisingly pleasant. It’s actually quite good

I’m saying this based on my normal displeasure for such ingredients. BUT…this is ALRIGHT. I think the lemon peel cuts the other spice and herbal flavors so that’s good!

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