Angelica leaves, also known as Angelica archangelica, are a popular natural remedy with a long history of use in traditional medicine. This herb is native to Europe and has been used for centuries for its various health benefits. In this blog post, we will explore the top benefits of angelica leaves and why you may want to consider adding them to your wellness routine.
Blue lotus, also known as Nymphaea Caerulea, is a beautiful water lily with a fascinating history dating back to ancient Egypt. In recent years, blue lotus has gained popularity as a natural remedy for various ailments and wellness benefits. In this blog post, we will explore some of the top benefits of blue lotus and why you may want to consider incorporating it into your wellness routine.
Spring is the season of renewal and rejuvenation. After a long winter, it’s time to shake off the cold and embrace the warmth of the sun. One of the best ways to do this is by indulging in a delicious cup of tea. Here are some of the top springtime teas you should try.
My new morning ritual 🙂 Have you heard? Crisp is a kratom vendor who offers such classy samples of their kratom strains, perfect for us
Depending on the effects that you want to feel, there would be different blends that you could try. It is important to know the main
I was always that odd one who always declined coffee when offered. Though when I was trying to impress my boss at a new job, I would always accept it and put on my best poker face when drinking it— Now that I think about it, those asshats didn’t deserve such dedication from me. Never again will I pretend to like something to impress anyone–but I’ll save that for another post. Anyway, the point is, I hate coffee. Always have, always will. Why? No clue. Just not tasty on my tongue/tastebuds. What can I say. Therefore, naturally, I had to find an alternative to coffee so that I could survive that hour commute into Portland or that alternative that would help me survive the 2PM energy crash. Yes, that’s a thing.
My kratom tea is a need in my life. Not a want. Not an option. Not an occasional recreational enjoyment. It is the one thing that helps relieve some of the chronic issues I have to live with.
And many are in my exact situation. Many of us feel the need to conceal this truth so we are not judge or misunderstood. Moms like me, business women, that soccer mom down the street–this is our morning cup of “coffee”. We hide our consumption as if our tea was laced with vodka.