Heart Healer, a spagyric tincture to open and heal your heart

Introducing Heart Healer, a masterful formula crafted to bring ease, softness, and gentleness to the heart, fostering a light and floaty feeling of cheer and open-heartedness. We made Heart Healer for emotional support, heart health & healing, and spiritual growth, promoting self-love, gratitude, and a deeper connection to one's inner self.

What It Does

Our Spagyric Tincture is formulated to:

  • Soften the Emotional Heart: Encouraging emotional healing and openheartedness.
  • Exhibit Anti-depressant Qualities: Helping to alleviate symptoms of depression.
  • Provide Calming and Anti-anxiety Effects: Reducing anxiety and promoting relaxation.
  • Help Connect to Love More Freely: Aiding in forgiveness and reconnection with cosmic love.
  • Offer Soothing and Calming Mood Support: Enhancing overall mood and well-being.
  • Support a Sense of Self-compassion: Fostering self-love and gratitude.
  • Strengthen the Heart-Mind Connection: Promoting harmony between emotional and mental states.
  • Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Properties: Supporting cardiovascular and heart health.

How to Take It

Take a full dropper and hold it for a few seconds in your mouth while practicing mindfulness, being present in your body and heart. We recommend taking the tincture in full concentration directly in the mouth to ensure you experience the full taste and benefits.

Potential Benefits

1. Wildcrafted He Huan (Albizia) Bark and Flower

  • Anti-depressant and Anxiolytic Effects: Albizia julibrissin has been shown to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, promoting emotional healing and calming effects.
  • Neuroprotective Effects: Compounds in Albizia bark have neuroprotective properties that may help in cognitive disorders.
  • Heart Health: Albizia is known to have cardiotonic properties, supporting overall heart health.

2. Organic Damask Rose Buds

  • Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Properties: Damask rose has significant anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities, which help protect the body from oxidative stress and inflammation, supporting heart health.
  • Mood Enhancement: Aromatherapy with rose oil can improve mood and reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, contributing to emotional healing and calming effects.
  • Heart Health: The antioxidant properties of Damask rose contribute to cardiovascular health by reducing oxidative stress.

3. Organic Borage Flower

  • Anti-inflammatory Effects: Borage flower contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), an omega-6 fatty acid that has potent anti-inflammatory properties, supporting heart health and reducing inflammation.
  • Calming Effects: Borage is traditionally used for its soothing and calming effects on the nervous system.

4. Organic Chamomile Flower

  • Anti-anxiety and Sleep-inducing Effects: Chamomile is widely known for its calming effects and is often used to treat anxiety and insomnia, promoting emotional healing and relaxation.
  • Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Properties: Chamomile has significant anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which can help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress, supporting overall heart health.
  • Heart Health: Chamomile's anti-inflammatory properties also benefit cardiovascular health.

5. Organic Saffron Strands

  • Anti-depressant and Mood-enhancing Effects: Saffron has significant mood-enhancing properties and is effective in treating mild to moderate depression, promoting emotional healing and well-being.
  • Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Effects: Saffron contains compounds that have potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, supporting heart health and reducing inflammation.
  • Heart Health: Saffron's antioxidant properties help protect the heart from oxidative stress.

Beyond Physical Health

Heart Healer not only supports physical health but also nurtures the emotional and spiritual heart. It encourages the heart with the courage to heal from pain, grief, and emotional wounding, aiding in forgiveness and reconnection with the full stream of cosmic love. This blend allows the power of love to flow abundantly from an open heart, fostering self-love, gratitude, and a deeper connection to one's inner self.

The Spagyric Difference

Spagyric tinctures are a superior form of herbal medicine, involving a more intricate preparation process that enhances their potency and affects the body on multiple levels. "Spagyrics" is an alchemical term referring to the ancient art of extracting the spiritual and physical essence from plants, minerals, and other substances using a blend of physical, chemical, and spiritual techniques. This practice is rooted in the medieval philosophy that “All is One,” emphasizing the interconnectedness of all aspects of Nature – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.

Spagyric Preparation Involves Three Essential Steps:

  1. Separation: The plant material is separated into its essential components.
  2. Purification: Each component is purified through various processes, including fermentation, distillation, and calcination.
  3. Recombination: The purified components are recombined to create a highly potent tincture that embodies the holistic essence of the plant.

This meticulous process enhances the potency, bioavailability, and therapeutic effects of the tincture, making it more effective in addressing physical, emotional, and spiritual health.

Full List of Ingredients: 

.Wildcrafted He Huan (Albizia) bark and flower
.Organic Damask Rose buds,
.Organic Borage flower
.Organic Chamomile flower
.Organic Saffron strands

Other Ingredients: Organic Coconut Glycerin, Organic Cane Alcohol (30-35%)

Heart Healer is an essential companion for anyone seeking emotional healing, spiritual growth, and enhanced heart health. 



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