Throat Chakra (Vishuddha) Organic Loose-Leaf Tea, Caffeine Free
Made to heal and balance your Throat Chakra
Enjoy a cup as part of your daily tea ritual or before conducting Chakra work or meditation. Each sip is a tribute to your well-being.
This beautiful tea is full of flavor and aroma. Made with only the highest quality organic and responsibly sourced herbs and spices. You can take heart in knowing that your purchase is eco-conscious and sustainable.
Packaged in resealable kraft pouches and sold in three sizes: 1oz sample, 4oz, and 6oz.
Ingredients are as follows:
Echinacea, Ginger, Licorice Root, Clove, Orange, Lemon, Cinnamon & Hibiscus
About Throat Chakra (Vishuddha)
The fifth chakra is referred to as:
The most common Sanskrit name for the Throat chakra is “Vishudda”, which means “pure” or “purification”.
This chakra is related to the element of sound. Through the throat, the sound is propagated into the air and its vibration can be felt not just in our ears, but also in our whole body. It is an important instrument of communication and expression.
Behavioral characteristics of the Throat chakra
The Throat chakra is associated with the following psychological and behavioral characteristics:
Expression, in particular, ability to express your truth, to speak out
Communication, whether it’s verbal or non-verbal, external or internal
Connection with the etheric realm, the more subtle realms of spirit and intuitive abilities
A propensity to create, projecting ideas and blueprints into reality
Realizing your vocation, purpose
Good sense of timing
The Throat chakra is about the expression of yourself: Your truth, purpose in life, creativity. Note that this chakra has a natural connection with the second chakra or sacral chakra, the center of emotions and creativity as well. The throat chakra’s emphasis is on expressing and projecting creativity into the world according to its perfect form or authenticity.
Another function of the throat chakra is to connect you to spirit. Because of its location, it’s often seen as the “bottleneck” of the movement of energy in the body. It sits just before the upper chakras of the head. Opening the throat chakra can greatly help align your vision with reality and release the pressure that may affect the heart chakra that is located just below.
The throat chakra is associated with the etheric body, which is said to hold the blueprint or perfect template of the other dimensions of the body. It’s an important reference point to align the energy through the whole chakra system.
5th chakra imbalance
A blocked throat chakra can contribute to feelings of insecurity, timidity, and introversion. On the other end of the spectrum, an overactive throat chakra may also lead to gossiping, nonstop talking, and being verbally aggressive or mean. It can seem as though the filter between the discourse you have in your mind and what comes out of your mouth is not working, or missing entirely.
When the throat chakra has an imbalance, it can manifest as:
Lack of control over one’s speech; speaking too much or inappropriately;
Not being able to listen to others
Excessive fear of speaking
Small, imperceptible voice
Not being able to keep secrets, to keep your word
On the opposite side, a closed throat chakra might manifest as excessive secretiveness or shyness
Lack of connection with a vocation or purpose in life
Brewing and Estimated Servings Per Bag
The Witchwood Teahouse teas are measured and packaged by volume before shipping. The number of servings per bag is an approximation based on traditional tea brewing methods. Traditionally a single serving of tea is 6oz of brewed tea, which requires 1 to 1.5 teaspoons of dry tea. 1 teaspoon of dry tea will typically brew 2-6oz cups (or servings) of tea.
This number is an approximation based on your taste preference and cup size. A large bag can yield 45 servings when brewed using this method.