DEEP ZEN Refillable Amber Glass Jar 80g
DEEP ZEN Refillable Amber Glass Jar 80g

DEEP ZEN Refillable Amber Glass Jar 80g

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Chamomile / Ashwagandha / Oatstraw / Lemon Balm / Passionflower / Tulsi / Licorice Root / Lavender

(80g / makes approx 50 cups)

Transport yourself to a state of zen. 

A calming and comforting herbal blend to provide support and counteract the effects of stress.

Designed to create balance from within, gently easing tension from the body and mind.  

Notes: Floral and earthy with subtle hints of citrus.

Contains adaptogenic herbs Ashwagandha, Licorice and Tulsi.

Made in Australia with 100% organic premium herbs.

$1 from each product sold is donated directly to Bush Heritage Australia to help conserve, restore and heal our native Australian species and bush land. 

A note on packaging: We aim to create packaging that is fully sustainable without the use of plastic. Our Amber Glass Jars are reusable and fully recyclable. The label is printed straight on to the bottle, so no need for a plastic sticker.

Refill bags are fully biodegradable, including the sticker. Printed with food grade ink. Simply top up your existing jar and dispose bag in your compost or garden bed. Make sure to remove the tin tie first.

Sip mindfully.  

Infuse in freshly boiled water for 5-20 minutes, or up to 12 hours

Delicious both hot or iced. Add a dash of raw honey, or sweetener of choice if desired.

Find our in depth tea guide here.

Chamomile: Harmonising, calming, soothing, digestive support, detoxifying, rejuvenating.

Beautiful, gentle and harmonising, the humble chamomile have been used for over 50,000 years in herbal medicine to treat variety of conditions. 

A gently sedative herb, it can help calm anxiety and treat insomnia by binding to receptors in the brain that induce sleep.

It’s an excellent ally for soothing an upset stomach and ease digestion.

An anti-inflammatory herb, it may help with the treatment of eczema, acne, sunburn and other inflammatory skin conditions.

Chamomile may also aid in gentle detoxification and cleansing, it's bitter taste supports and rejuvenates the liver.

Ashwagandha: Restorative, rejuvenating, supportive, immune boosting, adaptogen.

One of the most popular and widely used herbs in Ayurvedic medicine, Ashwaganda is considered a potent adaptogenic herb, meaning it helps the body adapt to and regulate stress and hormone levels, finding harmony and balance. 

Ashwagandha can be both calming and energising depending on individuality and what the body is asking f  or at the time

Traditionally used to increase energy levels, improve concentration and reduce stress. However, it is equally excellent at reducing anxiety, treating insomnia and inducing calm.

Ashwaganda may help to regulate sleep cycles and therefore assist getting a deeper, more restful sleep. 

Promoting longevity and overall wellness, ashwaganda can especially helpful when experiencing adrenal fatigue as it deeply nourishes and calms the adrenal glands. 

Read more about adaptogenic herbs here.

Oatstraw: Nutritive, soothing, restorative, nervine.

A gentle nervine herb, oatstraw has been used for many centuries to soothe the body and mind, reducing anxiety and help ease insomnia.

It may also reduce inflammation as well as improve mood and brain function thanks to it's high vitamin and mineral content

A highly nutritive herb, it boosts impressive amounts essential minerals such as iron, calcium and magnesium.

Lemon Balm: Calming, soothing, rejuvenating, healing, immune support, anti-microbial,  digestive support. 

Lemon balm has been used as both a sleep aid and digestive tonic since the Middle Ages. 

There are many reas  ons to include this herb in your daily routine. A deeply healing tonic for both the nervous and digestive system, it may soothe anxiety, improve mood, concentration and sleep, as well as healing inflamed   or upset stomach

A natural antibacterial herb, it also contains potent anti-inflammatory compounds and an abundance of antioxidants to help fight cell-damage. 

Passionflower: Calming, soothing, nervine

This incredible, potent flower is our go to anytime we feel stressed out, wired or anxious.

Deeply calming to the nervous system by actively increasing the neurotransmitter GABA in your brain, soothing anxiety, stress and fear.

It may improve mood and generate a state of gentle, calm bliss - we like to think of it as a deep meditation in a cup.

Passionflower may also relax muscles and improve deep sleep.

Tulsi: Adaptogenic, rejuvenating, restorative, nervine, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-depressant, immune support,  digestive support.

We're not trying to pick favourites here, but if we did, Tulsi might be the one.

Also known as Holy Basil, "Queen   of Herbs" and "The Elixir of Life", Tulsi has been described as "liquid yoga".

Possessing a myriad of health benefits, Tulsi one of the most sacred and revered medicinal herbs in Ayurvedic Medicine. 

An adaptogenic herb, Tulsi adapts to the b  ody's specific needs. Creating internal balance, calming both the body and mind, reducing stress, anxiety and insomnia.

A potent detoxifying herb that helps clear and reduce stagnant energies and accumulation of toxins in the body. 

Tulsi is an anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain-relieving) herb. It may help fight and heal skin-infections and acne.

Commonly used to soothe digestive discomfort and strengthening the digestive fire.

Considered a sacred herb in India, it's used to balance all seven chakras, deepen meditation practices and spiritual connection.

Read more about adaptogenic herbs here.

Licorice Root: Soothing, restorative, immune support, digestive support, adaptogenic.

An adaptogenic herb 50 times sweeter then sugar, with incredible healing benefits and no impact on blood sugar. 

A potent immune booster, used to ease digestion and soothe infections in the throat and help clear mucus from the lungs.

May also help soothe and heal common skin ailments such as eczema, psoriasis, redness by reducing inflammation in the body and acting as an anti-bacterial. 

Being an adaptogenic herb it can help regulate stress and hormone levels levels, brining balance and equilibrium. 

Read more about adaptogenic herbs here.

Lavender: Calming, soothing, anti-depressant, gentle sedative,  digestive support.

Possessing long history of medicinal and therapeutic use, lavender is most known for it's calming effects on the nervous system.

It's used for treatment of anxiety, stress, insomnia and depression and also may have pain reliving effects and soothe digestion.

It's anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities may also help heal skin disorders.

With a divine smell, it's one of the most popular herbs for aromatherapy. A beautiful reminder to breathe deeply. 

It's anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities may also help heal skin disorders.

With a divine smell, it's one of the most popular herbs for aromatherapy. A beautiful reminder to breathe deeply.