Alkimiya – Ayurvedic Purifying New Moon Blend


Alkimiya – Ayurvedic Purifying Blend is the New Moon Blend to drink, as the new moon is a powerful time for ritual work, for setting intentions, and for thinking about our long term plans. Made from a powerful blend of 100% organic nettle, moringa, lemon myrtle, ginger, fennel, coriander, hibiscus, schisandra berry it will help you to cleanse your body and mind. It’s one of the most popular tea’s I sell, so if it is out of stock you can still order it and be on back order.

Herbal tea can help you unwind and relax. It encourages us to take time out from life or a stressful situation, breaking a train of thought that’s causing us anxiety. Whether we drink it on our own or share tea with others it gives us a few minutes of mental and emotional breathing space. Each tea is hand-blended and made during the full moon energy in ceremony, in which the herbs used are honoured so you get the full energy from each satchel. 

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The new moon tea is a good one to drink while setting intentions for the month ahead. While we don’t have to map out our entire lives, these planets come together to help us figure out what we want and what we are willing to do to make it happen.

Trust your inner wisdom, and if you feel confused, retreat within. Give yourself permission to wait until the right answer floats up and you are met with knowing

The leaves of the “miracle tree” Moringa combined with nettle and schisandra berries makes the base of this detoxifying mineral filled infusion. Best taken in the morning for cleansing the toxins as well as during the 3 days of the new moon energy for clarity, purity and renewal


100% organic: nettle, moringa, lemon myrtle, ginger, fennel, coriander, hibiscus, schisandra berry

Brewing Guide

Water Temperature: 90°C
Tea Quantity: One cup = 1 tsp, One pot = 1-2 tsp
Brewing Time: 3-5 minutes



Tea Blender: Fehreen Ali Ayurvedic rituals and plant medicine have been a part of my life since the beginning. Born and raised in Fiji, currently living in Brisbane, Fehreen was immersed in the world of Ayurveda through food, herbs, ancestral rituals and storytelling. She grew up in a tea-drinking culture where women would blend their own spices for masala chai and men would gather around a Tanoa (ceremonial wooden bowl) to drink Kava. Both Tea and Kava were the glue that bonded people and communities together. Her grandmother wasa huge influence and inspiration as – she was a very successful spice blender and her recipes and healing rituals have been passed down to me and woven into Tea Coup’s philosophy.


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