(Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni)
Common names: Candyleaf, Sweetleaf, Sweet Leaf, Honey Leaf Plant, Sweet Chrysanthemum,
Indication: Overly Heavy & Burdened
Helps to lift you from the heaviness of your physical body and its aches and pains to experience the lightness and light of your spiritual body opening your senses to the pure vibrations of sweetness and pleasure.
According to Paraguayan legend an old very wise grandpa relayed that the spirit of stevia told him that stevia was a sacred herb and should be used only for good and noble purposes. It was to be used for the healing of mankind, and that when the knowledge of its health benefits are restored to the people of the world, Stevia, he said, would be a blessing to the world.
Tall organized sturdy Stevia she appears noble, showing her tiny white flowers like a crown of purity on her ever so green head. Stevia offers you true grace. Sweet without the downside of sugar, no calories, no carbohydrates, helpful effects on blood sugar, better tasting than chemical artificial sweeteners with a somewhat odd, some say bitter aftertaste and certainly no sugar high.
Carob is not chocolate, stevia is not sugar. Yet carob is rich and dark and interesting and stevia is authentically sweet and if used well it offers the body the pleasure experience of sweetness with no side effects or guilt.
Stevia flower essences blesses one who seeks to become more authentically pure, to raise their vibration above the physical plane and to open their crown chakra to experience sweetness of the physical body more fully.
As the heaviness of the physical body is lifted. Aches and pains diminish and one is able to experience more lightness and light as well as the ability to deeply accept and feel pleasures and joy at new and heightened levels.
Stevia is one of a family of plants that are native to South America and have been used for centuries to sweeten drinks and foods. Stevia leaves are said to be from 30 to 300 times sweeter than sugar * though the amount of sweetness varies from leaf to leaf and plant to plant. It is touted as a natural alternative to artificial sweeteners. To date, chemical analysis and studies show that the leaf adds no calories, has no harmful side effects and is better tasting than chemical artificial sweeteners.
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