Introducing our most requested herbal blend: Stop Your Wine-ing, a herbal alcohol alternative. While it may not taste exactly like vino, this blend is rich in anxiety-reducing herbs and great for the gut, while being reminiscent of your favorite red wine (without the hangover and sugar!). We're team bliss > booze.
WHAT IT DOES:
This blend is intended to address chronic, mild anxiety and calm the chest tightening and feeling of being frazzled from stress. The functional herbs in Stop Your Wine-ing, while powerful, aren't sedative in small doses, so you can use this blend any time of day to take the edge off. Stop Your Wine-ing provides calm vibes and supports anxiety reduction in the moment (versus the adaptogenic herbs in Chill The F* Out that work best when used overtime to train the body’s stress response system).
WHAT’S IN IT:
This blend is loaded with Aronia and Acai berries, which contain the same heart-healthy polyphenols as red wine, but have an antioxidant concentration 10 times higher, and contain about 10-30 times the amount of anthocyanins. Jujube Date is also loaded with antioxidants, while packing a mean Vitamin C punch to support the immune system. Jujube dates have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries to lift the mood, address anxiety, and support restful sleep. Motherwort is a powerful nervine that soothes the nervous system to address anxiety and calm the mind. MCT Oil (Medium Chain Triglycerides) is derived from coconut oil, and is a healthy fat that nourishes a frayed nervous system, supports hormone regulation, aids digestion, and boosts the metabolism. Note: this blend contains herbs that are not safe for pregnancy. If you're expecting (congrats!) try Meet My Wombmate for a great alcohol alternative.
The antioxidant-rich berries and Jujube date provide a little natural sweetness, while Motherwort provides some bitter notes, reminiscent of wine’s complexity of flavors.
PAIRS WELL WITH:
This is a versatile blend that can be enjoyed in a base of warm milk (dairy or plant based) with a little maple syrup to create a cozy elixir. It also pairs well with cranberry and tart cherry juice, if you want to make a mocktail that is similar to wine.
Do Not Disturb, Schisandra Berry, Astragalus, or You Dew You