Lullaby and Goodnight Bespoke Tisane Boxes

$19.95

What an excellent introduction to the world of herbs. Begin your home apothecary with this boxed set of herbs.
Our Lullaby and Goodnight tea box was handcrafted with you in mind.

Chamomile promotes relaxation and supports digestive health*

Many have reported that if mugwort is used as a tea before bed, or even just sprinkled around your pillow, a person may have lucid dreams that night.*

Passionflower is also taken by some people to try to relieve anxiety, restlessness and insomnia*

Each reusable glass flacon (vial) is filled with organic herbs, tagged and sealed with our botanical dyed cork.

Every Bespoke Tisane is personally edited and delicately packaged in a reusable wood box with sliding lid.

All dyes used in the making of the boxes and corks are organic botanical inks created here at Crooked Crows.

We have included a rolled scroll that will give you full directions to make your tisane with ease.

Prepare a mystical blend of Passion Flower, Mugwort and Chamomile before retiring for the evening.

 

Master the art of blending your own herbs and formulations, begin with the Bespoke Tisane Box
Includes:
One Flacon of Passion Flower
One Flacon of Chamomile
One Flacon of Mugwort

One Scroll with Directions

One wooded box with sliding lid

One Crooked Crows Sticker

One Plush Velvet Drawstring Bag

Each Flacon is Width: 1.1″ Height: 3.6″
A dainty combination of traditional aesthetics and practical functionality, this 1.2-ounce (10 drams) vial features a clear glass tube design topped with a classic cork.

*Herbal products should not be taken if you are pregnant or lactating. That’s because it may stimulate the uterus and potentially induce labor.
People expecting to undergo surgery should stop taking passionflower at least two weeks before the procedure.

That’s because herbal products may interact with anesthesia and other medication during and after surgery.

The FDA does not regulate supplements. If you take any herbal product, be sure to tell your doctor.

Your health care provider will give you specifics about safety and drug interactions.

 

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Description

History And Folklore

Passion Flower
(Passiflora sp.) has a rich history of traditional use dating back to pre-historic times. Seeds that were thousands of years old were found around Virginia, where the Algonkian Indians thrived. Early European settlers have records of the Algonkian Indians eating the passionflower fruit. The Cherokee used P. incarnata root extensively for a variety of purposes. Additionally, various parts of the plants, including the fruits, were made into a beverage, and the leaves and young tendrils were boiled or fried and eaten. Various indigenous groups were known to use the plant as a topical poultice. P. incarnata has had documented uses in Europe going back to 1787.
In the spirit world, passionflower has been used as a magical charm to attract friendships and to bring peace, and the leaves can be placed in a house to illicit harmony and lessens discord.

Mugwort
Mugwort is a common plant in the British isles; its angular, purple stalks growing more than three feet in height. It bears dark green leaves with cottony down undersides. Mugwort is said to have derived its name from having been used to flavor beer before the wide use of hops. The botanical name is derived from Artemis, the Greek goddess of the hunt, fertility, and the forests and hills. Roman soldiers were known to put mugwort in their sandals to keep their feet from getting tired. Native Americans equate mugwort with witchcraft. They believed that the rubbing of the leaves on the body are said to keep ghosts away, and a necklace of mugwort leaves is said to help protect against dreaming about the dead. It has been believed that John the Baptist wore a girdle of mugwort in the wilderness for protection. Other magical attributes include protection for road weary travelers, and general protection against the evils of the spirit realms
Many have reported that if mugwort is used as a tea before bed, or even just sprinkled around your pillow, a person may have lucid dreams that night.

Chamomile
Chamomile was used in ancient Egypt and was given as an offering to their gods. Chamomile has been utilized extensively in Europe as somewhat of a panacea which supported digestive health. Common preparations were teas, baths and sitzbaths, gargles, inhalations, and compresses. Germans refer to this herb as alles zutraut meaning ‘capable of anything.’
Chamomile has magical implications for attracting money and, accordingly, as a hand rinse for gamblers needing good luck. Cosmetically, chamomile has also been used as a rinse for accentuating highlights and lightening blonde hair. Topically, this herb has an emollient effect and is softening and soothing to the skin.

According to an herbalist Matthew Becker, the type of person who responds best to chamomile is one “who complains often…for fretful children…and for adults who act like children.”

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