Mellow My Mind

Mellow My Mind

14.99

Ingredients: Kava Kava Root, Skullcap Herb, Passionflower Herb, Lemongrass, Damiana Leaf, Jasmine Pearls Green Tea, Lemon Balm Leaf, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender Flowers

Good for: Chilling with friends, feeling good ‘n giddy, nourishing your nerves

Tastes like: Lemongrass & jasmine with a clean, herbaceous aftertaste - delicate & floral

Makes you feel like: A beach bum making snow angels in soft sand.

Parental Advisory: Contains a little bit of caffeine (~1/32 a cup of coffee). Use moderately. Damiana shouldn't be used continually as it interferes with iron absorption - too much may cause insomnia, headaches, & irritate the bladder. Avoid kava kava if taking anti-depressants. Don’t mix with alcohol.

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Baby, Mellow My Mind

Mellow My Mind is a very special tea. Many moons ago, Enoch “The Tree Man” Rowe asked me to sling tea at a New Retro show. It’s hard to say no to the Tree Man, so I began crafting a tea applicable to the New Retro brand. It wasn’t hard- I managed those funky fellas for four years. I knew them well.

This is some funky tea. Headed by kava kava, but backed up by passionflower & skullcap, this trio lets you experience the band in all its funky glory. The New Retro is more than funk though… They’re powerful and masculine, hence the empowering aphrodisiac, damiana. Damiana smells like “spice” – a/k/a “fake weed.” As unappealing as that sounds, throw in lavender & jasmine and voilà - you’ve got yourself a real crowd pleaser!

With so many instruments you need something to hold it all together–lemongrass & lemon balm. These lemonheads enhance the effects & benefits of all the herbs, harmonize the flavor, and add freshness to the tea! Throw those herbs together in a big ol’ pot… you’ll have yourself some funky tea!

Vinyl Pairing:  Neil Young – On the Beach. Part of Young’s ditch trilogy, On the Beach finds Neil dealing with the weight of fame (“I need a crowd of people, but I can’t face them day to day”). Rather than following the same formula of “Harvest,” his #1 record of 1972, Neil decided to head to a ditch where he’d “find more interesting characters.” This dark era was baffling at the time, but is now considered a career highlight. In particular, side 2 of On the Beach is perhaps the best side of any Neil record.