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1.18.2019

A Haitian Treasure Tea In Memory

Reflecting on the Haiti earthquake which took place on January 12, 2010. Remembering our ancestors. Dream-mapping for our future.

During my morning meditation, it came to me to formulate a healing tea in memory of our past and as a way to evoke positive, transformational, and healing energy for Haiti’s future.

Bitter melon (asowosi): to remind us that all that’s bitter isn’t bad. bitterness helps us reflect on what’s not working. bitterness also makes us appreciate sweetness.
Catnip (fey langchat): to tap into our higher consciousness and dream big dreams of freedom.
Rosemary (roumarin): to tap into the heart chakra, where we’ll draw the energy we’ll need to carry us forward.
Hibiscus (choublak): to remind us of what’s already ours. liberation is our birthright. 
Parsley (pesi): to purge. to cleanse. to make room for a new way and a new day.

Asé.


In health,
Dr. Naika


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Dr. Naika, the writer of this blog, has a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Masters of Science in Acupuncture as of June 2017. Please do not take the information presented on this blog, as medical advice, without consulting your certified health care practitioner. Knowledge is power and your health is your wealth!