China is known as the birthplace of black tea. Up until the 17th century, the only teas that were consumed were green and oolong. It is believed that black tea was discovered when the Chinese started fermenting tea leaves in order to extend the storage life of tea. With its high tannin content, it detoxifies skin and delays aging.
Blue Butterfly Pea flowers are native to Thailand, Malaysia and can be found in other parts of South East Asia. Blue butterfly pea is rich in antioxidants. It can slow down the skin aging process, prevent premature aging, and improve overall skin tone and texture.
This gentle and unassuming herb has been used in teas, skincare,haircare and as a general part of health and wellbeing throughout history. Known for its calming and soothing attributes, both the Romans and Egyptians extolled its virtues and today natural beauty lovers continue to celebrate its plant power.
These Tea leaves are specially shade-grown over the course of three weeks. Shielding the plant from direct sunlight incites an overproduction of chlorophyll, which contributes to Matcha’s distinctive bright green color. Matcha contains methylxanthines which have been shown to help stimulate microcirculation in the skin which not only helps promote healthy, radiant skin, but it helps support an even, healthy complexion.
Rooibos (pronounced Roy-bos),‘rooibos’ means ‘red bush’ in Afrikaans, describing the deep red color of the tea. The first people to drink rooibos tea were the Khoisan people, the indigenous tribe from the Cederberg region of South Africa. Over 300 years ago they were harvesting wild rooibos in the mountains to use as medicine for various ailments. They appreciated the anti-inflammatory healing qualities of the plant and the sweet, smooth flavor of the tea.
We’ve Found The Witchcraft!
Think of a witch and you can’t help but think of an old wretched woman casting magic spells or using her supernatural powers to harm others, isn’t it? Well, that’s because the witches and their witchcraft have long been misconstrued for centuries. But what if we told you that witches are the long-forgotten primal superheroes who used their super knowledge of tisanes and ancient rituals to cure umpteen ailments and heal our ancestors back in time.
Our relentless pursuit of ancient healing rituals that were mastered by the witches using medicinal molecules stashed in natural herbs have led us to rediscovering the lost witchcraft that nurtured and healed the human body’s largest organ – our skin.