In Traditional Chinese Medicine the emotions are considered the major internal causes of disease. When emotions become uncontrollable and extreme, to the point that they’re overwhelming, we see issues arise.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine the emotions are considered the major internal causes of disease.

When emotions become uncontrollable and extreme, to the point that they’re overwhelming, we see issues arise.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine the emotions are considered the major internal causes of disease. When emotions become uncontrollable and extreme, to the point that they’re overwhelming, we see issues arise.

Heart - Joy

The heart, not surprisingly, is associated with joy. Think about that feeling when you see a new puppy or meet a new love interest, your heart is exploding with happiness and joy. In TCM, joy refers to a state of agitation or overexcitement. Overstimulation of the heart can lead to problems of the heart fire.

Lotus, found in Sleep Tea is used to nourish the heart Qi, improve brain health, and increase mentality.

Typical symptoms: heart palpitations, agitation, irregular heartbeats, excessive dreaming, poor memory/concentration, dizziness, spontaneous sweating.

Heart - Joy

The heart, not surprisingly, is associated with joy. Think about that feeling when you see a new puppy or meet a new love interest, your heart is exploding with happiness and joy. In TCM, joy refers to a state of agitation or overexcitement. Overstimulation of the heart can lead to problems of the heart fire.

Lotus, found in Sleep Tea is used to nourish the heart Qi, improve brain health, and increase mentality.
Typical symptoms: heart palpitations, agitation, irregular heartbeats, excessive dreaming, poor memory/concentration, dizziness, spontaneous sweating.

Heart - Joy

The heart, not surprisingly, is associated with joy. Think about that feeling when you see a new puppy or meet a new love interest, your heart is exploding with happiness and joy. In TCM, joy refers to a state of agitation or overexcitement. Overstimulation of the heart can lead to problems of the heart fire.

Lotus, found in Sleep Tea is used to nourish the heart Qi, improve brain health, and increase mentality.
Typical symptoms: heart palpitations, agitation, irregular heartbeats, excessive dreaming, poor memory/concentration, dizziness, spontaneous sweating.

Spleen - Worry

Worry, through excessive thinking or intellectual stimulation, causes disharmony which most directly affects the spleen. Excess worry will weaken the spleen Qi and the mind.

Ingredients in Tiny Tea work to nourish the gut, spleen included, increasing our capacity to think clearly and focus.

Typical symptoms: loss of appetite, mucous discharge, poor digestion, abdominal distension, diarrhoea, weak muscles, pale lips, bruising easily, excessive bleeding (eg. menstrual flow).

Spleen - Worry

Worry, through excessive thinking or intellectual stimulation, causes disharmony which most directly affects the spleen. Excess worry will weaken the spleen Qi and the mind.

Ingredients in Tiny Tea work to nourish the gut, spleen included, increasing our capacity to think clearly and focus.

Typical symptoms: loss of appetite, mucous discharge, poor digestion, abdominal distension, diarrhoea, weak muscles, pale lips, bruising easily, excessive bleeding (eg. menstrual flow).

Spleen - Worry

Worry, through excessive thinking or intellectual stimulation, causes disharmony which most directly affects the spleen. Excess worry will weaken the spleen Qi and the mind.

Ingredients in Tiny Tea work to nourish the gut, spleen included, increasing our capacity to think clearly and focus.
Typical symptoms: loss of appetite, mucous discharge, poor digestion, abdominal distension, diarrhoea, weak muscles, pale lips, bruising easily, excessive bleeding (eg. menstrual flow)

Lung - Sadness

Sadness, as well as anxiety and grief injure the lungs, which control Qi. Qi is the movement of energy (through breath) around the body; so it makes sense that the lungs control our Qi. Sobbing and deep sighing/breathing over time weakens the lungs.

Chrysanthemum, in Happy Tea is used to disperse wind and clear heat, assisting the lung meridian.

Typical symptoms: fatigue, cough, catching colds easily, fever with chills, sore throat, runny nose, headache, asthma, chest oppression, pale complexion, dry skin.

Lung - Sadness

Sadness, as well as anxiety and grief injure the lungs, which control Qi. Qi is the movement of energy (through breath) around the body; so it makes sense that the lungs control our Qi. Sobbing and deep sighing/breathing over time weakens the lungs.

Chrysanthemum, in Happy Tea is used to disperse wind and clear heat, assisting the lung meridian.
Typical symptoms: fatigue, cough, catching colds easily, fever with chills, sore throat, runny nose, headache, asthma, chest oppression, pale complexion, dry skin.

Lung - Sadness

Sadness, as well as anxiety and grief injure the lungs, which control Qi. Qi is the movement of energy (through breath) around the body; so it makes sense that the lungs control our Qi. Sobbing and deep sighing/breathing over time weakens the lungs.

Chrysanthemum, in Happy Tea is used to disperse wind and clear heat, assisting the lung meridian.
Typical symptoms: fatigue, cough, catching colds easily, fever with chills, sore throat, runny nose, headache, asthma, chest oppression, pale complexion, dry skin.

Kidneys - Fear

Everyone experiences fear occasionally, it’s when it becomes chronic, and the cause of the fear can no longer be identified, that the kidneys start to suffer. Depression is sometimes an example of this.

Du zhong, found in Energy Tea is used to treat the kidneys, helping us to calm down and move on.

Typical symptoms: urinary incontinence, vertigo, night sweats, dry mouth, poor short term memory, low back pain, hair loss, osteoporosis, lowered libido.

Kidneys - Fear

Everyone experiences fear occasionally, it’s when it becomes chronic, and the cause of the fear can no longer be identified, that the kidneys start to suffer. Depression is sometimes an example of this.

Du zhong, found in Energy Tea is used to treat the kidneys, helping us to calm down and move on.

Typical symptoms: urinary incontinence, vertigo, night sweats, dry mouth, poor short term memory, low back pain, hair loss, osteoporosis, lowered libido.

Kidneys - Fear

Everyone experiences fear occasionally, it’s when it becomes chronic and the cause of the fear can no longer be identified, that the kidneys start to suffer. Depression is sometimes an example of this.

Symptoms include frequent urination, urinary incontinence, vertigo, night sweats, dry mouth, poor short term memory, low back pain, sore or weak knees, ringing in the ears, hearing loss, hair that turns grey prematurely, hair loss, osteoporosis, lowered libido.

Liver - Anger

In TCM, 'anger' refers to feelings of resentment, irritability, and frustration. Rich blood tends to make people prone to anger, hence, anger affects the liver. Blocked liver Qi sends energy rising upward, causing issues in the body where the energy would normally flow down.

Liver Cleanse was specifically designed to nourish the liver and clear stagnant liver Qi.

Typical symptoms: dizziness, menstrual problems, headaches, tendonitis, nausea, vomiting, sighing, blurred vision, dry skin and hair.

Liver - Anger

In TCM, 'anger' refers to feelings of resentment, irritability, and frustration. Rich blood tends to make people prone to anger, hence, anger affects the liver. Blocked liver Qi sends energy rising upward, causing issues in the body where the energy would normally flow down.

Liver Cleanse was specifically designed to nourish the liver and clear stagnant liver Qi.

Typical symptoms: dizziness, menstrual problems, headaches, tendonitis, nausea, vomiting, sighing, blurred vision, dry skin and hair.

Liver - Anger

IIn TCM, 'anger' refers to feelings of resentment, irritability, and frustration. Rich blood tends to make people prone to anger, hence, anger affects the liver. Blocked liver Qi sends energy rising upward, causing issues in the body where the energy would normally flow down.

Liver Cleanse was specifically designed to nourish the liver and clear stagnant liver Qi.

Typical symptoms: dizziness, menstrual problems, headaches, tendonitis, nausea, vomiting, sighing, blurred vision, dry skin and hair.

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