“The heart is a The thousand-stringed instrument that can only be tuned with Love.” ~ Hafez
Today, we dive into a short talk about reorienting self by practicing receiving and giving. Letting go of the habitual pattern of grasping for and taking. As inspired, slow down, look in and be with where your innate wisdom is directing your attention. Weekly talks are an offering to assist you in diving deeper into a spiritual practice, your inner landscape and cultivate inner peace.
Love is simply creation’s greatest joy.” – Hafez
Join ‘US’ for a 30 day journey in simply taking in this JING Blend.
Book a short complimentary call to learn more and determine if this blend is beneficial to your constitution.
If not, we will find one that works. We will be journeying as a group for 30days in July or in your natural flow.
It is a simple add to your daily lifestyle.
“One of the top herbs in the Daoist system, schisandra is known for its ability to harmonise the flow of Qi through the five organ systems of the human body. It is especially revered for its effects on the Kidney and Liver organ systems. This nourishing highly adaptive herb helps balance the nervous system, improves brain function, elevates immunity, and through its effects on the overall harmony of the body, assists those who consume it in remaining youthful, both in appearance and physiology. It is said that schisandra absorbs the Qi of the East, of the rising sun, and delivers this renewing and revitalising energy through the meridian systems. In folk herbalism, it is said that if taken for 100 days consecutively, schisandra purifies the Blood, brings sharpness to the mind, optimises memory, rejuvenates and astringes Kidney Essence (Jing), and supports reproductive function in both men and women. Schisandra also supports the Lung Qi, and may assist in harmonising Lung dysfunction.
In China, schisandra is known as wu wei zi, a name which translates to “five taste fruit,” named after the incredible flavour profile of the berry that has all five tastes: salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and pungent. Each taste/flavour corresponds to a major organ system within the body, and thus why schisandra is known for its capacity to influence/enter all five major organ systems of the body: the Liver, Lungs, Kidneys, Heart, and Spleen. This is why it is considered one of the ultimate herbs in Daoism; schisandra is able to regulate the entire system, nourish all organs, and thus protect all Three Treasures of the body (Jing, Qi and Shen). In the words of herbalist Deb Soule, “Schisandra holds the heart steady so one’s inner light can truly shine.”
Also known as a ‘beauty berry’ of the Orient, schisandra was used by ancient Chinese royalty to preserve youthfulness, enhance physical radiance, boost desire, and as a potent reproductive tonic. Schisandra has an excellent capacity to regenerative Water Qi in the Kidneys, thus building primary essence and rejuvenating sexual fluids. For our intention to age with grace, with a twinkle in the eye and our unique beauty radiating from within, we can’t think of a herb that has our backs (and organs) more than schisandra does.
Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to:
- Support healthy stress response in the body
- Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to relieve weariness/tiredness/fatigue/feeling of weakness
- Traditionally used in Chinese medicine to enrich/nourish/tonify/fortify/strengthen kidneys
Our carefully dual-extracted schisandra is sourced Dì Dào (地道) from China’s Changbai Mountains.
Caution use in those with an active peptic ulcer. Caution use in pregnancy – schisandra may cause uterine contractions and is useful postpartum to assist healing.
Store below 30°C in a cool, dry place.
Keep out of reach of children.
Packed in Australia from imported ingredients.
Talk to a TCM practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you.” ~Superfeast