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Indulge in the pure essence of the Himalayas with our exquisite teas sourced straight from the majestic mountains of Tibet. Crafted to perfection, our prescription strength teas boast the most potent and sought-after herbs, meticulously blended to enrich your wellness journey.

Embracing ancient traditions, our teas are meant to be decocted, ensuring every infusion captures the essence of nature's bounty. Simply soak these teas for at least 20 minutes before savoring the rich and invigorating flavors that unfold.

Beyond the delightful taste and remarkable potency, our teas stand as a testament to the spirit of compassion. With every purchase, you contribute to local orphanages in Tibet, fostering hope and brighter futures for the young souls in need.

Tibetan Teas

tibetan herbal foot soaks

Hormone Balance & Detox tea

  • Painful Periods

  • Endometriosis

  • PCOS

  • PMS

  • Detoxing

  • Hormonal Headaches

  • Hormone Imbalance

Stress Less &digest Tea

  • Reduces Cortisol

  • Relaxes tension 

  • Improves Mood

  • Heals the Gut

  • Regulates Digestion

  • Focus & Energy

  • Deep Sleep

phlegm clear tea

  • Migraines

  • Heavy Fatigue

  • Brain Fog

  • Sleep Apnea

  • Sinusitis

  • Ear Ringing

  • Appetite & Fullness

clear pathogens tea

  • Lymphatic drainage

  • Dissolves Biofilms

  • Regulates Allergies

  • Epstein Barr

  • Clears Viral infections

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Clears Bacterial infections

An In-Depth Process

The herbs imported for these foot soaks are of premium quality and tested thoroughly.  Watch this video for a little sneak peak into the process involved!

Tibetan Herbal Foot Soaks

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Our specialized foot soaks are great for nerve pain, arthritis,  fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, gynecological and endocrine disorders, diabetes, chronic pain, circulation issues and much more.


The mix of Tibetan and Chinese herbs are from the Guangsha and Sichuan regions.  These areas are high altitude and provide a unique geography that creates specific properties in the herbs that make them highly effective.  


They absorb through the skin transdermally and increase blood circulation while sending the botanicals through the body, breaking up stagnation and allowing fresh oxygenated blood flow.

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Ingredients We Use in Our Soak

  • Di Yu Wei: Promotes red blood cell production, stops bleeding, kills pain, and is an anti-oxidant

  • Qiang Huo: This herb is considered an “elite” herb that only best in bejing have access to. It is traditionally used for arthritis pain, its an anti-inflammatory, inhibits fungus in the body and has a direct effect on pain signaling. It helps with irregular heart rate by restoring natural rhythm. It increases oxygen in the blood, improves immune function

  • Zang chang pu: mild tranquilizing effect to promote relaxatio, it is antibacterial, and regulates the digestive system (this is crucial for diseases involving the gut-brain axis)

  • Ku Shen: inhibits bacterial bile films which are present in most chronic diseases in the body!  Diseases such as Parkinsons, Dementia, lyme and more. This herb is also a anti fungal, anti-bacteria, anti-parasitic and anti-viral

  • Ai Ye: Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and inhibits blood clots.  It increase the secretion of bile in the gall bladder to assist in fat burning

  • Gan Jiang: It protects the liver, protects the gastric mucosa of the stomach lining, its anti-inflammatory, its a painkiller, its anti-bacterial and prevents clotting.

  • Karu cha: a special salt that is incredibly high in potassium, calcium, iron, aluminum, titanium, manganese, barium, strontium, magnesium, copper, silicon, and sulphur.  This has been shown to promote longevity.

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Your Purchase Goes Beyond Your Foot Soak

The company responsible for the harvest and sale of these herbs is also supporting a number of Tibetan charities and orphanages, so your foot soaking experience will directly benefit the lives of those living in the region that grow these healing herbs.

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