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Balancing chakras with tea

Date Posted:17 September 2022 

Chakra healing focusses on balancing the main energy centres in the body. When we have blockages in an energy centre, we can experience illness along with emotional imbalance. By correcting the flow of energy through the body, we open ourselves beyond basic health, to our emotional and spiritual well-being.

I've been a big fan of tea ever since I was a kid. In fact, I still have some of the first teas my mom bought for me when I was just learning about what different kinds of tea taste like. One thing that's always fascinated me is how much different teas can affect your wellness. Whether you're drinking them because they're delicious or trying to use them as medicine, there are some types of tea that can help balance your chakra energy centres in a very specific way - and we're not just talking about caffeine here!


Chakra meaning

The word chakra translates to wheel or disk and refers to the wheel of energy, the prana (life force) within us. There are seven chakras located at the base of the spine, the pubic bone, in between the navel and the sternum, at the heart, the throat, in between the eyebrows and at the crown of the head. Chakra healing teas are useful at balancing our chakra energy and herbs used in those teas also provide other benefits, such as aiding digestion and promoting relaxation.



Types of chakras​

Root chakra

The first chakra known as The Muladhara (the root chakra) is located at the base of the spine and represents stability. When this chakra is as it should be, we feel safe and secure. The colour of this area is red, which symbolizes anger, survival and passion. Dandelion, hibiscus and cinnamon bark can assist this chakra.

To help balance out your root chakra, try brewing up some cinnamon spiced tea! Cinnamon is good for you as it stimulates blood circulation while also providing nutrients such as iron and calcium (which are both beneficial to the digestive system). Cinnamon been linked to helping with overall health by aiding circulation and promoting digestion - and it’s tasty too! Alternative you can try root chakra tea blend, containing organic herbs and made here in Melbourne.


Sacral chakra

The second chakra, The Svadhisthana (sacral chakra) is located at the pubic bone and is associated with creativity and sexuality, so it makes sense that drinking this tea could help with both. Calendula and fennel seed tea can be used to balance this orange chakra. If you’re having trouble getting in touch with your creative side or are feeling uninspired, try drinking this tea before bedtime; it should give you some peace of mind that will help put the creative juices flowing.

Sacral chakra tea blend consists of organic honeybush, mango pieces and orange segments, giving this tea a slightly sweet flavour, along with many minerals.


Solar plexus chakra

The third chakra, The Manipura (solar plexus chakra) is located in between the navel and the sternum and is representative of our personal power. This chakra is yellow and helpful herbs include marshmallow, ginger, and turmeric. If you're feeling stuck or paralysed by fear or indecision, this could be a sign that your solar plexus chakra needs some attention. You may also experience physical symptoms like indigestion or heartburn if you're experiencing negative emotions related to this chakra.

To clear any blocks in your solar plexus chakra, try meditating on a yellow colour or wearing a piece of yellow clothing. You can also use aromatherapy oils that contain citrus scents such as lemon or grapefruit - these will help increase confidence, which will help balance out any issues in this area of your body. Alternative, you can try this solar plexus tea.



Heart chakra

The fourth chakra, Anahata (heart chakra), is the connection between the spirit and the mind. It sits midway between the lower and upper chakras, in the centre of the heart. The heart chakra connects our emotions with our mind and spirit and serves as a reservoir for love. The heart chakra is green. Blockages in this chakra can affect your ability to give and receive love, both to others and towards yourself. Hawthorn berries and rose petals can help open the heart chakra.

Heart chakra tea is made with red rose petals and is great for calming the mind, relieving stress and helping you connect with your inner self. This is the only blend in chakra tea series that contains caffeine due to inclusion of green tea.


Throat chakra

The fifth chakra, Vishuddah (throat chakra), is located in the throat. The blue throat chakra can affect our ability to express the truth. Red clover flowers, sage, and peppermint leaf can be used in times of a blocked throat chakra. This tea is perfect for getting in touch with your feelings, particularly if you’re feeling repressed. It helps you speak your truth and connect more deeply with others.

Throat chakra tea blend contains peppermint leaf and sage, making it an excellent choice for cleansing this chakra. Peppermint boosts energy levels while helping with digestion - both of which are essential when working on balancing your throat chakra! Lemon balm: The scent of sage aids in relaxation, helping you stay calm while you work through any emotional issues holding back your ability to express yourself freely.


Third eye chakra

The third eye chakra is the sixth chakra. Dark blue in colour, Ajna is our intuition and is situated between the eyebrows. It’s also known as the seat of consciousness. It’s easy to see why this chakra is important in helping you develop your own intuition - and its connection to creativity makes it even more important that we give it attention!

Focussing on the third eye chakra will help you to listen and trust your instincts. Eyebright and rosemary leaf may help you get in touch with your third eye chakra. The third eye chakra can be done with a variety of teas, but here is what we recommend: Spiritualitea third eye chakra tea.



Crown chakra

The seventh and final chakra is The Sahaswara (crown chakra). This deep purple chakra sits at the crown of the head, connecting us to our higher self and to the divine.  A good way to balance the crown chakra is by drinking a tea made with herbs and flowers. Lavender, gotu kola, and tulsi leaf tea can be used to enhance and guide our spirituality. This tea helps you find your inner wisdom, so it's a good idea to drink it while meditating or doing yoga. Sassy Organics stocks the best organic teas, inclusion this crown chakra tea to help you balance your crown chakra!

If you are wondering how to unblock chakras, you can practice meditation focusing on the blocked chakra. Healing stones and herbal tinctures can also assist in clearing a blocked chakra. Some natural health practitioners may also be able to assist in healing chakras. 


Chakra healing tea

For opening chakras for beginners, healing chakra teas can assist. A combination of herbs to balance charkas can help to strengthen chakra frequencies. Using a blend of all seven chakras is a nice way for beginners to get in touch with their energy points. When you feel that one chakra is needing attention over the others, you may single out herbs specific to that chakra. SpiritualiTea herbal blends are created with each chakra in mind, addressing specific needs of individual chakra.

On the other hand, Organic Merchant Certified Organic Chakra Tea is a herbal blend of 7 organic herbs, with primary indications for each chakra, whilst also being caffeine and sugar free.

Drinking these teas is a great way to be mindful of your body and mind, as well as find balance in your life. Try drinking them once per day for at least a week, then taking a break from drinking them for another week. If you're feeling particularly stressed or anxious, try incorporating all five types of tea into your daily routine - the more chakras that are balanced, the better!


Final thoughts

And there you have it! I hope that this article has inspired you to try some new teas, and maybe even explore the world of chakra balancing. If you’re interested in learning more about the different types of tea we discussed here today - and how they can help you achieve better health - check out our blog post on organic teas and their benefits. Thanks so much for reading, and happy sipping!





Root Chakra (50 g)



Sacral Chakra (50 g)



Solar Plexus Chakra (50 g)



Heart Chakra (25 g)



Throat Chakra (25 g)



Third Eye Chakra (25 g)



Crown Chakra (25 g)


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