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Bright Spirit Tea

Bright Spirit tea is formulated to bring cheer to your heart and brightness to your day. It is an ideal herbal blend to have with you at your desk while working, in the car with you on long drives, or to create as a gift for someone who needs a little extra joy in their day. Tulsi brings adaptogenic qualities of uplifting energy and strengthening the spirit (especially for those feeling a little spiritually or emotionally murky). Lemon balm adds a sweetness and playfulness that calms the mind while adding a zest of life (like a “pep-in-your-step herbal ally). Yarrow is an herb for strength and vitality, building on your reserves and strengthening the core body. And the aromatic luxury or peppermint rounds out this blend for a delicious and whole body experience to make any day a little brighter. Energetics: Light, reviving and cooling.

What you’ll need:

½ teaspoon Tulsi leaves 

½ teaspoon Lemon Balm leaves

½ teaspoon Yarrow leaves and flowers

½ teaspoon Peppermint leaves

What you do Add herbs to a tea infuser or re-fillable tea sachet and steep in 8 ounces of hot water for 7 minutes. Sip mindfully on days when the winter blues are present to warm the spirit and lift the heart

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Author: Lindsay Kluge

Herbal Educator, Pukka Herbs US

Lindsay is a clinical herbalist and nutritionist with a passion for bringing plants and people together. Through her work as a teacher and practitioner, she is passionate about helping people feel empowered in their health through community organic gardening, health education, and connection with nature. She has worked in clinical practiced with naturopathic doctors and MD’s alike, bridging the gap between alternative and conventional medicine to bring comprehensive, research based botanical medicine to her local communities. With an undergraduate degree in horticulture and a Masters in herbal medicine, plants are Lindsay's love language. She currently serves as the herbal educator for Pukka Herbs in the US, and teaches clinical nutrition at her alma mater, the Maryland University of Integrative Health. She is a guest lecturer at herbal medicine schools and conferences throughout the US.


MS Herbal Medicine

Years of Experience:

10+ years as a clinical herbalist and nutritionist practitioner

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