Grounding Elixir is a lavish blend of heavenly ingredients that help you undergo a grounding state to balance and reconnect your physical, mental, emotional, energy state. It assists in reclaiming your wavering focus, all the while stabilizing your soul to help you reconnect to the earth.
Grounding Elixir contains the divine powers of white pine, orange peel, star anise, clove, hibiscus, and cinnamon. All these ingredients are well-known for aiding in pulling away from the negative thoughts and challenging memories, meanwhile restoring your connection with the present.
Take full dropper, up to 3 times a day.
About the Ingredients
White pine (Pinus strobus) is a needled-evergreen plant, also recognized as the tree of peace. It has a tall straight trunk while its leaves can usually be seen in the cluster of 5, 4, or 3 which normally fall at maturation. The leaves are serrated, bluish-green, and 2-5 inches long. The tree is marked by slender cones that contain seeds for the propagation of white pine through the wind. The cone is scaled with a resinous tip and rounded apex.
It acts as rubefacient, diuretic, antiseptic, and anthelminthic. White pine is also fruitful in the treatment of urinary tract infections and rheumatic conditions. The inner bark of the white pine presents itself as a perfect expectorant and demulsifier. Topical application of its poultice aids in healing the cuts, wounds, and sores.
Orange peel isn’t just for zesting up the meals. It can do wonders to your body if used appropriately. It contains a good load of polyphenols that has the capacity to protect humans against a vast array of diseases.
Orange peel is rich in vitamin C, limonene, fiber, polymethoxyfalvones (PMF), and various other nutrients that impart anticancer, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and has the potential to tame chronic diseases, such as diabetes type 2, Alzheimer’s, and obesity.
Star anise (Illicium verum) is an evergreen tree and its fruit is commonly used as a spice in both intact and powdered form. Its heavenly fragrant oil is used in perfumery, cooking, mouthwashes, toothpaste, and topical creams.
Star anise contains thymol, anethole, and terpineol which help in reducing cough, cold/flu, and digestive issues, such as flatulence, bloating, indigestion, and constipation.
Cloves (Szygium aromaticum) are notoriously popular due to their punchy, powerful flavor. These hard nails are the dried unopened flower buds that reside proudly among other spices with prestige.
They are high in nutrients such as calories, carbohydrates, fibers, manganese, and vitamin K. It possesses antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, anti-cancer, and bone-strengthening properties. It also aids in treating indigestion, stomach ulcers, and improves liver health.
Hibiscus is a huge genus, composed of several species that are native to tropical, subtropical, and temperate regions of the world. It is famous for its large and vibrant colored flowers that are very much capable of inviting pollinators to the garden.
Hibiscus flowers are rich in antioxidants and important phytochemicals that help tame blood pressure, cholesterol levels, bacterial infections, and even cancer. It also promotes healthy liver functioning and helps with weight loss.
Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum), also known as true cinnamon, is marked by small green trees of a height no more than 15 meters and green flowers with ovate-oblong leaves.
Cinnamon is regarded as a prestigious spice in the culinary world, especially in the subcontinent. Medicinally, it is used to support the treatment of diabetes, obesity, diarrhea, indigestion, flatulence, bacterial infections, viral infections, and spasms. It is a great stimulant that wakes the lost appetite, mobilizes stagnant blood, and bolsters the weakened immune system.
Raw honey is a famous sweet potion that has everyone wrapped around its comb. It is wildly popular due to its remarkable phytochemicals that takedown oxidative stress, sore throat, digestive issues, and much more.