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This Chai-esque concoction is made to balance your yin and yang. Steep in the spices - the roots, the barks, the fruits of lands far away and rebalance your qi. Flavors of Folk Tea Chai intermingle with potent, earthy roots to give you a steaming cup with an energetic punch. Brew a la carte or with milk and honey! 


Brew for a minimum of 3 minutes or to taste

Use 1 tbsp of tea per 8 ounces of 212°F water

***You can also brew this with half mylk, half water and a dash of honey!


Want to know more about the ingredients? Here’s how some of them are traditionally used around the world:


The ingredients in Harmonic Chai have been traditionally used to warm and soothe, and to bring energy to gently spiral through the pelvis and rebalance the hormones. Dong quai might be the most energetically potent herb in this blend. Acupuncture Today describes it as traditionally used for it’s balancing effect on the female hormonal system, while current studies show that it dilates blood vessels. Our trusty ginger is in the mix, and is used for rejuvenation, pain and inflammation alleviation, as well as a cramping aid according to The California College of AyurvedaLicorice is also recommended in the Chinese medicine practices referenced at Acupuncture Today to help with inflammation and to soothe the digestive tract. Black Cohosh is another energetic powerhouse. Acupuncture Today shares recent European studies on Black Cohosh’s ability to combat symptoms of menopause. Cramp bark, as Medical Herbalist Richard Whelan writes (and the name implies), has a muscle-relaxing effect on the body. The Naturopathic Herbalist describes cinnamon as being chiefly employed for its smooth muscles relaxing effects which acts systemically and are thus useful in the treatment of hypertension, and dysmenorrhea. Herbalist Jon Keyes shares that ashwagandha is a tonic adaptogenic herb that helps reduce fatigue, increase vitality, improve mood, build stamina and strengthen libido. Keyes also talks about cardamom which he says improves digestion, cardiovascular health, stimulates blood circulation, is gently uplifting, warming and antidepressant,and  is antispasmodic for cramping. He also mentions nutmeg as a circulatory stimulant. Pepper  is mentioned by The Naturopathic Herbalist as being a digestive aid, as is clove by Byron Herbalist


Everything you put in your body has an effect on you. Folk Tea suggests that you consult with a qualified healthcare professional before using herbal products, particularly if you take other medications, or if you are nursing, pregnant, or expecting to become pregnant.  


This information is for education purposes, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration

harmonic chai

SKU: 0012
  • dong quai, ginger, black cohosh, cinnamon, licorice, cramp bark, cardamom, nutmeg, ashwagandha, clove, pepper