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GYNOSTEMMA Whole Leaf : Wild Grown Miracle Grass

Anima Mundi

GYNOSTEMMA Whole Leaf : Wild Grown Miracle Grass

$28.00

Gynostemma is native to South-East Asia and has been admired for thousands of years for its ability to prolong life. Commonly known as the “Herb of Immortality” in China, the Chinese traditionally drink Gynostemma tea to boost energy, endurance, strength, and combat fatigue. A wonderful source for antioxidants and nutrients, Gynostemma contains an abundance of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, including selenium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, iron, potassium, manganese, and phosphorus. This miracle grass is also an adaptogenic plants, supporting our body's ability to adapt to stressors. It makes a phenomenal base to add powders to when you bring tonics to life as well! Consume in reverence, and drink in the bliss.

2oz

Gynostemma leaf^ 

^Wildcrafted

Wild grown in Yunnan, China

Add 1 tsp to 8 fl oz of hot but not boiling water. Steep for about 1-2 minutes, strain and enjoy. The leaves are naturally so sweet and aromatic, that a second or third steep, will still grant pleasant tea. Be sure to do at least 2 rounds per 1 tsp serving.

Founded by herbalist, medicine maker, and educator Adriana Ayales, Anima Mundi’s mission is to bridge ancient remedies to the modern world and to continuously source pristine, unadulterated and wholesome medicines for mind, body, and soul wellness.

Originally from Costa Rica, Adriana moved to Brooklyn with a mission to bridge remedies from native people within Central and South America, to modern day needs and imbalances. Her heart was to create a true farm-to-pharmacy experience through the art of medicine making with herbs. Anima Mundi offers a wide spectrum of remedies and plants from around the world: integrating from several traditions that Adriana has studied over the years, such as rainforest tribal styles, Ayurveda, Chinese-Daoist Medicine, and European-style alchemy. She believes that by preserving these ancient forms of indigenous botany, we keep alive a very sacred aspect to our source. 

Adriana focused and studied on both Central and South American tribal style herbalism, studying with plant medicine teachers in Costa Rica, the Amazon, and California. She then went on to study classic Western and European herbalism, and trained as a clinical herbalist at different herbal schools, continuing on to cultivate a private practice in California and NYC. She studied astrology, cosmology, and consciousness at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and immersed herself in the study of medical astrology, and biodynamics. Shortly after, she founded Anima Mundi Herbals in NYC to not only integrate native traditions and ancient formulations, but also to help preserve indigenous lands and their local economies through organic agriculture and wildcrafted goods. And to this day, Anima Mundi’s ethos center around supporting true fair-trade practices, beyond organic farming, education, and small farmers to create remedies that benefit people from all walks of life.

The Intention

Gynostemma is native to South-East Asia and has been admired for thousands of years for its ability to prolong life. Commonly known as the “Herb of Immortality” in China, the Chinese traditionally drink Gynostemma tea to boost energy, endurance, strength, and combat fatigue. A wonderful source for antioxidants and nutrients, Gynostemma contains an abundance of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, including selenium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, iron, potassium, manganese, and phosphorus. This miracle grass is also an adaptogenic plants, supporting our body's ability to adapt to stressors. It makes a phenomenal base to add powders to when you bring tonics to life as well! Consume in reverence, and drink in the bliss.

2oz

The Ingredients

Gynostemma leaf^ 

^Wildcrafted

Wild grown in Yunnan, China

The Ritual

Add 1 tsp to 8 fl oz of hot but not boiling water. Steep for about 1-2 minutes, strain and enjoy. The leaves are naturally so sweet and aromatic, that a second or third steep, will still grant pleasant tea. Be sure to do at least 2 rounds per 1 tsp serving.

The Anima Mundi

Founded by herbalist, medicine maker, and educator Adriana Ayales, Anima Mundi’s mission is to bridge ancient remedies to the modern world and to continuously source pristine, unadulterated and wholesome medicines for mind, body, and soul wellness.

Originally from Costa Rica, Adriana moved to Brooklyn with a mission to bridge remedies from native people within Central and South America, to modern day needs and imbalances. Her heart was to create a true farm-to-pharmacy experience through the art of medicine making with herbs. Anima Mundi offers a wide spectrum of remedies and plants from around the world: integrating from several traditions that Adriana has studied over the years, such as rainforest tribal styles, Ayurveda, Chinese-Daoist Medicine, and European-style alchemy. She believes that by preserving these ancient forms of indigenous botany, we keep alive a very sacred aspect to our source. 

Adriana focused and studied on both Central and South American tribal style herbalism, studying with plant medicine teachers in Costa Rica, the Amazon, and California. She then went on to study classic Western and European herbalism, and trained as a clinical herbalist at different herbal schools, continuing on to cultivate a private practice in California and NYC. She studied astrology, cosmology, and consciousness at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and immersed herself in the study of medical astrology, and biodynamics. Shortly after, she founded Anima Mundi Herbals in NYC to not only integrate native traditions and ancient formulations, but also to help preserve indigenous lands and their local economies through organic agriculture and wildcrafted goods. And to this day, Anima Mundi’s ethos center around supporting true fair-trade practices, beyond organic farming, education, and small farmers to create remedies that benefit people from all walks of life.

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