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Katherine Suarez

December 6, 2021



Today we have a very special guest Sarah Scarborough From Tea Huntress.

She is one of those women that wear different hats in many ways. You can be from holding ceremonies and retreats in beautiful locations and guiding all of especially women to really kind of find connect with themselves and then you can also mean creating blends because she’s a chief similar to curator and then having you know, you’re also an entrepreneur you’ve opened companies sold companies and you have your own now beautiful membership inside “Tea Huntress” and there are so many things.

Sarah Scarborough

From Tea Huntress

Even a child knows how valuable the forest is. The fresh, breathtaking smell of trees. Echoing birds flying above that dense magnitude. A stable climate, sustainable diverse life, and a source of culture. Yet, forests and other ecosystems hang in the balance, threatened to become croplands, pasture, and plantations.

ECOSYSTEM

Sarah Scarborough

Nature, in common sense, refers to essences unchanged by man; space, the air, the river, the leaf. Art is applied to the mixture of his will with the same things, as in a house, a canal, a statue, a picture. But his operations taken together are so insignificant, a little chipping, baking, patching, and washing, that in an impression so grand as that of the world on the human mind, they do not vary the result.

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Read about the interview with Sarah here –

Tell us a story of Tea Huntress and how it came out?

This is my whole journey of tea. I never meant to get into the tea business. I never, loved plants, I loved agriculture, I was traveling to learn about farming, and I wanted to have land and to work with plants. But when I was doing that, my 20s I really didn’t think beyond that. And it ended up leading me to TI quite serendipitously about 20 years ago, 20 something years ago, and it’s felt very much like a dharmic path the whole time. It’s not ever been something that I have gone after, but more something that I’ve just said yes to and that I’ve you know, kind of asked, Well, why not when the opportunity presents itself to take the next step or to make the next move or whatever on this, I guess you’d call career path with tea, which never felt like a career, it always just felt like what I was doing, like my lifestyle but but you know, for two decades, it’s led me around the world and working with sustainable teas and working with organic farmers and traveling a lot to the origins of tea and really trying to make an impact through sustainable lead source teas. And then it was about 2016 I believe that I you know, tea for me has had all these kind of it’s been attacked, you know, attacked journey. And about 2016 I started just getting really interested in tea as a meditation, it just started happening where I was having tea, less for a beverage and more for meditation and like a moment of stillness and a time of introspection. And then I started digging into it and realizing that people have been doing this for millennia with tea. And there’s something there. It’s not just me sitting silently with tea, which was something that came to me intuitively, to turn the music off, put the phone down and just sit with tea. And I began, it wasn’t even like I started trying to learn more about it. It was like information just came to me, you know, and I learned more and more about this. And I got curious and I started researching. And at the same time, you know, I’ve done yoga for also 30 years and have taught in and out of my life. And I was doing a teacher training like another yoga teacher training.

Tell us about story behind the energetics?

I love to empower people with this awareness that plants hold energetic, energetic frequencies and that they hold medicine in their energetic frequencies. Because we have viewed in the west especially for so long. And for always tea is a beverage you know, tea is something that you have instead of coffee tea is something you have for a moment of stillness but really we talk about it more from its physical standpoint, we talked about the physical health benefits, we talked about the caffeine we talked about how we can you know into becomes a beautiful beverage. But I love when you wind the clock back millennia to how tea has been used by Native people and its truest form is that it holds this energetic frequency that is about healing and about connecting and about not just connecting us with each other and with ourselves but with divinity and our highest self and so it’s falls within this category of the origins, plant spirit medicine. And there many plants in that you know, cacao ceremony realized for that reason and other plants as well ceremony realized because they hold this divine freedom and see.

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What does LOREM mean?

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