Balance + Build Oxymel
Balance + Build is a wellness tonic of mineral rich herbs that help to revive and restore nutrients to the body, support skeletal health and replenish vital reserves.
Use as a vinaigrette on a salad, add to carbonated water for an herbal fizzy drink or add to broth.
nettle, alfalfa leaf, red raspberry leaf, oatstraw, marshmallow root, horsetail, white oak bark, peppermint leaf, chamomile, agave nectar + apple cider vinegar
Nettle is a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, silicon, potassium, iron, magnesium, manganese, boron, copper, chlorophyll, protein, and dietary fiber. Nettle is an excellent blood purifier with detoxifying properties which helps to support vibrant skin, hair, nails, a healthy liver, healthy kidneys and respiratory system.
Alfalfa leaf contains a wide variety of minerals including iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulfur, chlorine, sodium, potassium, silicon, and trace elements. It is also a good source of vitamin E, vitamin C, and vitamin K. It also contains essential amino acids that are not made by the body but must be obtained from food sources. Alfalfa also contains the highest chlorophyll content of any plant.
Red raspberry leaf is packed with vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, B complex, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, easily assimilated calcium and iron and contains high amounts of manganese. This nutrient rich leaf helps the body produce healthy connective tissue and supports healthy hormone levels.
Oatstraw is high in calcium, magnesium and vitamin B which helps to build strong bones. Oatstraw is packed with body-building nutrients that may assist in strengthening hair, nails, bones and teeth, and helps to support a healthy nervous system and adrenal glands.
Marshmallow root is a supporting herb that helps to repair the membranes that line the intestines and help to stimulate tissue regeneration. Marshmallow root also helps to improve digestion.
Horsetail builds beauty from the inside out. Most noted for its trace mineral profile, horsetail is an excellent source of silicon, calcium, magnesium, chromium, iron, manganese, and potassium.
White oak bark is a supporting herb that helps to improve elasticity and digestion.
Peppermint leaf contains high amounts of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, protein, thiamine, iron, niacin, potassium, riboflavin and vitamin A. Peppermint leaf helps to pass blockages in the kidney and gallbladder, strengthens the nervous system, cleanses and tones the body while promoting relaxation, relieving muscle spasms and increasing blood circulation.
Chamomile is best known for its digestive and calming properties. Chamomile is a good remedy for a number of diseases ranging from common cold and flu to digestive disorders.
Agave nectar is a natural sweetener and is a healthier choice for diabetics than sugar or honey because of its relatively low glycemic index value.
Apple cider vinegar offers anti-microbial and antioxidant effects, helping to bind toxins and removing from the body. In addition to increasing circulation and promoting liver detoxification. The potassium content helps to break up mucus and clear the lymph nodes. Additionally, can support over all digestion and balancing of blood sugars and cholesterol levels.
Oxymel comes from the Latin word oxymeli meaning "acid and honey". Oxymels are a sweet and tangy liquid that can be used in a variety of ways to help maintain a healthy body. Oxymels are a great option for those that are alcohol-free but want nourishing herbal remedies not in tincture form.
Plants can be powerful allies, when used responsibly.
Although most herbal preparations are safe and effective, it is important to note that there may be potential side effects (allergies) and individual results may vary. Creating a relationship with their vital energy plays a large role in the symbiotic partnership toward healing and physical well-being.
There is no way to know any particular body will react to any substance. When you are taking herbs, you are your own primary care giver and you must be vigilant of your own health. Consult with an herbalist or primary care provider and do your research, so that you can become an knowledgable and compassionate caretake of your own body.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.