About Cintamani

Ten Longevity Symbols

Korean. Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910).  Note the Reishi motifs.

Cintamani Tonics has arisen from a deep dedication to sharing the wisdom of plants with the world.

 

Cintamani (Chin-ta-mani) is a Sanskrit term for "Wish Granting Jewel," and can also be correlated to the "Philosophers Stone" of Western Alchemy.  There are numerous depictions of this "wish fulfilling jewel" in the wisdom traditions of Asia, including India, China, and Japan.

 

The Cintamani stone is a representation of true freedom, a gift of grace.

 

In Asian mythology, Guru Dzambala is the giver of this magical stone.  Anytime that an individual moves in the slightest direction that is of benefit to All life, Dzambala waves his staff wildly in celebration and offers a wish granting cintamani to help the individual fulfill their liberating dream.

 

This name felt fitting for an offering of herbs, teas, and information that supports our path of cultivation in this blessed life.

 

May Cintamani Tonics support others in knowing and fulfilling the deepest calling of their heart.  Thank you for being here!

The Cintamani Difference

Beyond Organic

therapeutic and holistically nourishing 

tonic herbal extracts

Who We Are

Cintamani Tonics is a family business, owned and operated by husband and wife team, DJ and Jen Ankenbrandt

DJ is the founder and visionary behind Cintamani Tonics. With over 10 years of experience working with and studying medicinal and tonic herbs, DJ specializes in crafting personalized formulas tailored to his clients' unique needs. Learn more about DJ and his personalized herbal consultations

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 Jen is a multi-talented artist and  designer with a passion for herbs, mycology, and wild crafting. As Cintamani has grown, Jen has joined to manage communications and shipping. She is also the creative eye behind all Cintamani web and product designs. You can browse Jen's full design portfolio at JenuineArt.com

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DJ Ankenbrandt

Jen Ankenbrandt

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