This elegant elixir drenches the senses with the sweet floral breezes, bright dazzling colors, and easy going vibes of Southern France. Five kinds of flowers including Linden, Lavender, and Saffron, attentively gathered at their peak of perfection will gently escort you into a new and improved dimension of chill. Love yourself, drink Bliss.
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the sweet fragrances contained in floral herbs nourish the spirit and relax the mind, promoting calm, ease and presence of mind.
Our health and well-being is largely dependent on having a relaxed disposition and mental state. When we experience excess tension and stress it drains energy and ultimately weakens the body.
Ideally there is an underlying calmness we can access. Calming is a path toward strength, as it relieves the tension that stagnates and congests the flow of energy. Relaxation produces the chemistry that restores us and offers us greater vitality.
Lavender Bliss tonic contains an assortment of flowers long-trusted for their gentle harmonizing effects and delicious flavors. The main flowers in Lavender Bliss are native to Southern France, and infuse this tonic with the climate and mindset indigenous to the region. Drink your Lavender Bliss.
Lavender Bliss is an excellent way to punctuate moments of restoration throughout the day, but is particularly well-suited for end-of-day relaxation. Mental and emotional tension accumulates in the body which prevents proper energy flow. Well-timed calming breaks throughout the day are incredibly beneficial to your holistic system.
One of the foremost yoga teachers in the world, B.K.S. Iyengar, said, “Breath is the king of the mind.” The miraculous power that flowers possess in their sweet fragrances can be combined with breathing techniques to penetrate deeper into the nervous system.
Propelled by breath, the molecules of a flower’s aromatic relaxation properties are absorbed directly into our energy channels, thus permeating the body and mind with nature’s tranquil pharmacopeia.
Lavandula angustifolia, the narrow leaved or English lavender, is one of the many varieties of this famous herb family native to the Western Mediterranean, now grown worldwide. This variety is the ideal species for medicinal consumption, due to its potent properties.
Lemon Verbena is a fragrant plant in the Verbenaceae family native to Western South America where it continues to grow in the wild. It is a staple grassroots herb in South America used for all manner of ailments, much like how peppermint is to the European tradition.
Tilia Cordata, a member of the Tiliaceae family, also called the small leaved Linden, is native to Europe and Northern Asia. It is a moderately large deciduous tree with heart-shaped leaves and fragrant greenish-white flowers. Linden is a popular tree in urban landscaping and its lusciously sweet fragrance is attractive to both people and honeybees.