Triple Goddess creativity herbal tincture with schisandra berry, hibiscus and butterfly blue pea flower
Triple Goddess creativity herbal tincture with schisandra berry, hibiscus and butterfly blue pea flower
Triple Goddess creativity herbal tincture with schisandra berry, hibiscus and butterfly blue pea flower
Triple Goddess creativity herbal tincture with schisandra berry, hibiscus and butterfly blue pea flower
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Triple Goddess

Creativity Elixir

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  • Adaptogen
  • Qi Tonic
  • Antioxidant
  • Euphoric
  • Abundance - Creativity - Joy

    This playful formula is the anecdote to fast-paced, modern life. It encourages you to be yourself, to take up space, to be wild, to shine your light, and share your gifts with the world. Each day is a reminder that you can do anything you set your heart to. Use this creativity tincture to birth new projects or breathe fresh air into existing ones.

    Chakra: Sacral
    Name: Svadhisthana (“sweetness”)
    Planet: Venus
    Tarot: The Empress, Three of Cups
    Element: Water
    Purpose: Movement and connection
    Basic Right: To feel and have pleasure
    Demon: Guilt
    Identity: Emotional
    Orientation: Self-gratification
    Mantra: My creativity is abundant 
    • + Lowers inflammation
      + Supports cell regeneration
      + Adaptogenic tonic
      + Being in the present moment
      + Connect to your senses to bring about change
      + Tuning in to your creative energy
      + Balanced Sacral Chakra
    • Butterfly Blue Pea (Clitoria ternatea), Schisandra Berry (Schisandra chinensis), Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa), Organic Cane Alcohol, Spring Water, Honey
    • Suggested Use: 2-3 dropperfuls as needed. Can be added to water, tea, or drink of choice.

      Ritual: Pour yourself a glass of water, take a seat, and add 2-3 dropperfuls to create your potion. Sit with it, watching colors alchemize into magic. Bring your awareness to your breath, as it gets fuller and more expansive, call in your inner child to find out how you want to play today. Allow yourself to submerge into the flow and create.

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    Inside Triple Goddess

    • Butterfly Blue Pea 

      Butterfly Blue Pea, scientifically known as Clitoria Ternatea, has an affinity for the female reproductive system. And if you look at a blossoming flower, you will see that it reflects a female vulva too. It’s no wonder that it’s a treasured aphrodisiac and beauty herb in Southeast Asia. Its high antioxidant content makes this flower bright blue and speaks to its ability to nourish skin cells to help us look young and refreshed. It increases blood flow to the capillaries of the eyes, helps hair grow, and stimulates collagen. It’s the real eternal fountain of youth. In Hindu religion, the flower is used in the worship of Goddess Durga and Lord Shiva because it is believed to be a heavenly plant brought to earth by Guru Shukracharya.

    • Schisandra 

      Schisandra is a popular adaptogenic herb that has been used in traditional medicine throughout Asia for generations. It is known for its ability to balance the body’s functions and benefitting the “Qi” or life force that drives all living things. The berries from the schisandra plant are known as “five flavor berries” because they contain the 5 fundamental flavors of Chinese herbal medicine: sweet, sour, spicy, salty, and bitter. Possessing these 5 flavor properties, the berries are also believed to benefit and support all five corresponding yin organs: the heart, lungs, liver, spleen and kidneys. Schisandra is also known for its ability to increase emotional, physical and sexual stamina as well as boost mental alertness and general feelings of wellness. 

    • Hibiscus

      Hibiscus is moistening to the mucous membranes and soothes fiery emotions. It has a playful, fun-loving energy, opening our heart to the sweetness of life. Its vibrant color comes from its high concentration of antioxidants and research shows that hibiscus lowers blood pressure, triglycerides, LDL cholesterol, boosts liver health, and promotes weight loss. Hibiscus flowers symbolize the tongue and blood lust of Goddess Kali, the Hindu mother goddess of time, death and doomsday. Its ability to emit divine consciousness and life force make it a popular offering for Kali in Hindu worship.

    Inside Triple Goddess

    • Butterfly Blue Pea 

      Butterfly Blue Pea, scientifically known as Clitoria Ternatea, has an affinity for the female reproductive system. And if you look at a blossoming flower, you will see that it reflects a female vulva too. It’s no wonder that it’s a treasured aphrodisiac and beauty herb in Southeast Asia. Its high antioxidant content makes this flower bright blue and speaks to its ability to nourish skin cells to help us look young and refreshed. It increases blood flow to the capillaries of the eyes, helps hair grow, and stimulates collagen. It’s the real eternal fountain of youth. In Hindu religion, the flower is used in the worship of Goddess Durga and Lord Shiva because it is believed to be a heavenly plant brought to earth by Guru Shukracharya.

    • Schisandra 

      Schisandra is a popular adaptogenic herb that has been used in traditional medicine throughout Asia for generations. It is known for its ability to balance the body’s functions and benefitting the “Qi” or life force that drives all living things. The berries from the schisandra plant are known as “five flavor berries” because they contain the 5 fundamental flavors of Chinese herbal medicine: sweet, sour, spicy, salty, and bitter. Possessing these 5 flavor properties, the berries are also believed to benefit and support all five corresponding yin organs: the heart, lungs, liver, spleen and kidneys. Schisandra is also known for its ability to increase emotional, physical and sexual stamina as well as boost mental alertness and general feelings of wellness. 

    • Hibiscus

      Hibiscus is moistening to the mucous membranes and soothes fiery emotions. It has a playful, fun-loving energy, opening our heart to the sweetness of life. Its vibrant color comes from its high concentration of antioxidants and research shows that hibiscus lowers blood pressure, triglycerides, LDL cholesterol, boosts liver health, and promotes weight loss. Hibiscus flowers symbolize the tongue and blood lust of Goddess Kali, the Hindu mother goddess of time, death and doomsday. Its ability to emit divine consciousness and life force make it a popular offering for Kali in Hindu worship.