Red Root Chakra Edible, Dye, Medicinal & Tea Plants
Adding dimension and balance to your gardening lifestyle can be as simple as integrating the value of each plant beyond their aesthetics in landscaping. You may be surprised that some of your garden plants are considered nutritious and that others interact with various physiological and neurological body functions. Interactions that enhance mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and universal functions.
Here are some trees, shrubs and garden plants that are considered to be in the essence of the Root Chakra grown in the Greater Victoria gardens of this author. The garden has become a valued learning resource enhancing the quality of this authors environment, life and relationships. When not gardening or creating plant essences, natural dyes, oils & tinctures this author mentors others through experiential programs for cultivating personal awareness. Programs to enhance the quality of physiological and neurological body functions, lifestyle and relationships.
This author has learned that the benefits of cultivating an interdependent relationship and awareness of the plants growing around you increase connection, groundedness, health, safety and support. It reduces anxiety, fear, loneliness and pain. It also less expensive!
Red Chakra Physiological & Neurological Body Systems← click to read more
Red Chakra Emotions & Best times to eat ← click to read more
Feeding the Root Chakra← click to read
More on Gardening for the Chakra’s:
- Orange Sacral Chakra Edible, Medicinal & Tea Plants← click to read
- Yellow Solar Plexus Chakra Edible, Medicinal & Tea Plants← click to read
- Green Heart Edible, Medicinal & Tea Plants← click to read
- Blue Throat Chakra Edible, Medicinal & Tea Plants← click to read
- Purple Brow Chakra Edible, Medicinal & Tea Plants← click to read
- Violet Crown Chakra Edible, Medicinal & Tea Plants← click to read
Integrate Chakra Lifestyle:
Traditional uses and properties of foods are for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Every attempt has been made for accuracy, but none is guaranteed. Any serious health concerns you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering.