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*Tea recipe of the week*
I'm sure I've done this kind of tea in the past. However, I haven't been creating these recipes with the "magically inclined" in mind, so I thought I'D do some better research before updating my tea recipes.
First of all. Cinnamon has many health/magical benefits. The leaves of the cinnamon tree were actually used to decorate temples back in ancient roman times and Egyptians used Cinnamon oil during the mummification process. The herb itself can raise spiritual vibrations, aid healing and stimulate psychic connections. As for Health benefits, Cinnamon, Cassia Cinnamon to be precise, may aid in the lowering of ones blood sugar. This is great for diabetics. Please keep in mind that too much Cinnamon in ones diet can cause problems with the liver, and since the health benefits of this herb aren't seen as scientific fact, it isn't encouraged for children or pregnant women to consume this tea.
Sage is a plant of wisdom and mental vitality. It is carried to promote wisdom and the leaves, when dried, are often used in money spells. Wearing a small horn filled with sage will guard you against evil. Oddly enough, it is considered BAD LUCK to plant sage in your garden. If you want to grow sage, a stranger or outside source must plant it for you. Secondly, make sure your sage is sharing a plot with another plant, as iT can also bring ill luck if it has its own bed. As for health benefits, Sage is great for digestive issues such as loss of appetite, gastritis, and bloating. It has also been known to lessen the effects of hot flashes brought on by menopause. HOWEVER, like all things, moderation is key. Sage contains thujone, which can cause seizers and problems with the nervous system if taken in massive amounts (a cup or two of sage tea every so often isn't going to hurt you) Also, this chemical CAN CAUSE MISCARIAGES in pregnant women. Please do not consume sage of any kind when pregnant. As always, make sure you do your own research and/or ask your doctor/friendly neighborhood herbalist before concocting tea that you haven't tried before.
It might sound like Cinnamon Sage tea is a death sentence, but, as I said, if consumed in moderation, you will be fine. Both herbs help with blood sugar and have great magical effects on ones third eye. In order to make this tea, take HALF a stick of cinnamon. If you have a mortar and pestle, pound it down so that it's more manageable. (Not too fine, we don't want it slipping through the net of your teaball). Take three small sage leaves to every half stick of Cinnamon. This is for 3 CUPS of tea, adjust as necessary. Keep in mind that, if you put in too much sage, it can make the tea very syrupy and goopy. So, if you don't want THICK tea, don't use too much sage. Once your kettle comes to a boil, pop your tea ball in for ten minutes, or until the water is the same color as the cinnamon. If you want stronger tea, leave in longer. For added health and magical benefits, serve with Lime and Honey, or just drink plain.