Golden Light Meditation Tea & Oil


Golden Light Meditation Tea

Daoism is famous for its many different longevity practices and herbal formulas. This tea supports both longevity and your inner meditative journey. It is designed for when life is moving along smoothly and you’d like to enhance the light that surrounds you. This tea can be consumed on a regular basis.

The tea doesn’t contain any caffeine but will gently increase your energy, concentration, and uplift your mood. It is designed to strengthen your immune system, nourish and calm your mind, and reduce oxidative stress and inflammation. In the language of Chinese medicine, “it Nourishes Yin, Drains Damp, Benefits the Lungs and Heart, Calms the Shen, and Dispels Wind-Damp”. In Daoist practices, it is used as an internal incense to heighten our meditative practice and protect us against negative thought patterns and energetic forces.

I recommend sipping on this tea throughout the day or just before your meditation practice. It’s mild yet slightly sweet taste is delicious and can be used it as an alternative to green tea. I find the blend to be both very centering and uplifting at the same time.

This bottle contains about a 4 week supply depending on how often you drink the tea.


A proprietary blend of Tian Men Dong (Asparagus tuber), Ling Zhi (Ganoderma lucidum), Mu Xiang (Saussurea root), Sang Ji Sheng (Taxilla stems), Gou Qi Zi (Lycium fruit), and Sheng Ma (Cimicifuga rhizome).


Add 1 scoop to 6-8 ounces of hot water to dissolve. Drink as a tea. Twice per day.

Golden Light Meditation Oil

The spicy balsamic and sweet scent of this blend opens our chest to take a deep breath and connect with the grace of heaven. It brings awareness to the third eye while it opens our crown to bring light into our body and expand our auric field. It stimulates salivation so our body receives internal nourishment and opens our sensory orifices so we can perceive the light that is all around us. It is uplifting, refreshing, and invigorating.

The spicy-sweet scent of chrysanthemum opens our crown as it relaxes our chest and brightens our perception of the world. Bai zi ren’s sweet scent penetrates directly into our pineal gland to stimulate the opening of the third eye. It calms the mind as it does this so that we stay grounded in the process of opening into the spirit world. The sweet balsamic scent of black pine opens the chest, diaphragm and low back. It roots our breath deep into the body so we can oxygenate the blood and begin to shift our internal brain chemistry. Mu xiang’s deep aromatic scent gives us pause to look inward and question what’s there. It calls us into the deep world inside ourselves. The musky scent of shi chang pu enters the pineal gland and the third eye to awaken our perception of the world. This blend brings a great deal of light into the head, sensory orifices, and crown to help support our awakening.

This bottle contains enough oil for about two months of use.


Essential oils of Ju Hua (chrysanthemum), Bai Zi Ren (biota seed), Black Spruce, Mu Xiang (saussurea root), and Shi Chang Pu (acorus root) in a base of cold-pressed sesame and biota seed oils.


Apply to the following acupuncture points 2x/daily – three days per week. Conception Vessel 8, Governing Vessel 4, Governing Vessel 14, Governing Vessel 20, Governing Vessel 24, Conception Vessel 17, Lung 2, Lung 9. Use in conjunction with your regular meditative or introspective practices. Best when combined with the Golden Light Meditation Tea.

Golden Light Meditation Oil Ingredients Details

Ju HuaThe beautiful spicy-sweet scent of chrysanthemum relaxes our body and mind. At first, it soothes our nerves and then begins to awaken us. Its cooling nature is refreshing and awakening. As it relaxes our body and mind it allows our crown to open and our energetic field to extend outward to create a sensation of light all around us.

Major chemical components: borneo, camphor, chrysanthenone

Bai Zi RenThe sweet spicy scent of bai zi ren brings immediate attention to our third eye and pineal gland. It opens our chest so that we can connect deeply to our breath and calms our nerves and mind to help maintain our focus during meditation.

Major chemical components: a-cedrol, platydiol, 5 hydroxipinusolidic acid, oleolic acid, linelool

Black PineThe sweet spicy scent of black pine opens our chest so that we can breathe deeply and connect into the present moment. By deepening our breath and helping us to oxygenate our body and brain it is deeply restorative mentally and physically. It opens our chest and our crown to allow for deeper work during meditative practices and helps our body emit light and extend our auric field so we are less sensitive to the external environment.

Major known chemical constituents: δ-3-carene (23.9%), α-pinene (17.9%), β-pinene (7.8%) and β-phellandrene (7.2%)

Mu XiangMu xiang has a deeply sweet and aromatic scent that is slightly narcotic. It draws us inward to look for something that we can’t quite place our finger on. This could explain its use as an incense in religious traditions ranging from the Mid-East to India, Tibet, and China. It opens our chest, relaxes our diaphragm to support our deep meditative breathing, clears our head and eyes to heighten our awareness, and opens our crown.

Major chemical components: costunoldie & woody lactone dehydrogenase > 60%. (from Guangzhou extractor analysis)

Shi Chang PuThe scent of shi chang pu is both bright and spicy with a subtle muskiness that goes deeply into the third eye to create a sense of expansion and opening. It calms our mind while increasing our focus and concentration. Opening the crown and third eye it brings light into the pineal gland and facilitates our awakening process. This is a beautiful and powerful oil.

Major Chemical Components: β-Asarone 63.2%~81.2%; α-Asarone 3.4%~13.7%; Caryophyllene; α-Humulene; Sekishone; Asarylaldehyde; Elemicine; Euasarone; 1-Allyl- 2,4,5-trimethoxybenzene; Methyleugenol; cis-Methylisoeugenol; trans-Methylisoeugenol.


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