February 3, 2019




When the mood strikes!

I was craving nourishing hot chocolate this morning after being up all night with cramps.

I wanted it to be healing but also decadent and comforting.

Listen, your body is doing work right now. Indulge.





 Here's a tiny bit of info on each herb BUT it barely touches on their nutrient density!





calcium, magnesium, potassium Vitamin C, K, A

Regulates flow and eases uterine cramps


Oat Straw:

Nerve tonic and exceptional at ease anxiety.

calcium, potassium, and magnesium, and has a reasonable amount of proteins.

As for vitamins, it includes A, B complex, C and E.

Alleviates pain + menstrual cramps


Raspberry Leaf:

Also known as “the woman’s herb,” it is naturally high in vitamins and minerals we need for female health specifically: magnesium, potassium, iron, calcium, and vitamins B, A, C, and E. 


Digestive tonic - tones and relaxes the uterus + eases muscle spasms


Rose Petal:

Gentle nervine + mood booster

"One of the best remedies for painful or heavy periods is rose tea, as it can not only help to regulate hormones and ease uterine congestion, but also eliminate cramping and mood swings that are often associated with menstruation."


Cramp Bark:

Antisposmotic nervine

Cramp Bark will not stop the symptoms of period pains by altering the body’s chemical pain signalling system (like analgesic drugs), instead it helps to treat the cause of the pain by releasing tension in the area the pain is coming from 



relieves inflammation and and congestion in uterus

It is antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory in action.


Raw Cacao:


Magnesium is a great alkaline mineral that supports the cardiovascular system and brain.

It also relaxes muscles, including menstrual cramping.


Raw cacao contains 314 percent of the recommended daily dose of iron.


It is the top natural source of antioxidants, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, serotonin, tryptophan,




Herbal Tea Blend:

1 part rosehip

1 part rose petal

1/2 raspberry

1/8 cramp bark

1/4 yarrow

1/4 oat straw


Additional Ingredients:

- Almond Milk

- Raw Cacao [I used about 1.5 tablespoon of chips]

-Monk Fruit Sweetener (or sweetener of choice - honey, maple syrup)

-Optional Marshmallows

- Highly quality CBD


An easy water to herb ratio is 1 tablespoon for every 8 oz.

I infused the herbs in almond milk instead of water.


Bring to a simmer for 5 minutes and then turn off the heat and let steep for an additional 10 minutes.

Strain and clean pot and then add tea back to pot on Medium Low heat.

Add raw cacao chips and cook down until melted.

Add sweetener - I used 2 packets of Monk Fruit.

Pour into mug!





















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