Aphrodite's Champagne

Who is Aphrodite and what is her champagne?

Aphrodite was the Greek Goddess of love, beauty & sexual raptureMany gods believed that her beauty was such, that their rivalry over her would spark a war of the gods. Aphrodite was a highly attractive young woman who dressed elegantly and loved to wear jewellery. Her eyelashes were curled and she had a constant smile on her lovely face. Aphrodite had a tender neck and symbolized the feminine beauty.                                                                                                                                                                     Aphrodite married Hephaestus (Olympian God of the Iron) however she loved gaiety and glamour and was not at all pleased at being the wife of sooty, hard-working Hephaestus. Aphrodite had many lovers. Her lovers include both gods and men. She was in love with Adonis (God of Desire) however Aphrodite left Adonis in the care of Persephone (goddess of fertility and queen of the underworld), who raised him and made him her lover. Adonis later was ordered by Zeus (God of the Sky & King of the Gods) that he were to spend half a year with each of them as a compromise. Aphrodite also had an adulterous affair with Ares (God of War).

With all of this going on, how does one stay calm? 

With Chamomile of course. Chamomile enjoys a reputation as being very good for the body.  One of the first things to understand about chamomile itself is that it contains significant amounts of calcium and magnesium. Calcium has a number of uses, among them the ability to aid in preventing muscle cramps. Magnesium is also known to be a stress buster, which certainly is something we all can use these days. Along with high concentration of these two essential minerals, chamomile also has respectable amounts of potassium, phosphorus and manganese. Trace amounts of such essentials as zinc, iron, and selenium can also be found in tea made with chamomile. All in all, a cup of the tea has a lot going for it! It has been a long standing remedy for stress, anxiety and sleep disorders. Not only can it help you relax but it also great for upset stomachs.

So, are you looking for a relaxing tea of the gods?


Ingredients: Organic Chamomile Flowers 

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