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Slowly shifting priorities

Been all over the place since the start of this year.

For those who have remained faithful, I sincerely appreciate it.

I’ve tried updating as often as I can.

Took some time off from my super healthy lifetyle to stress eat and indulge.

I’m done with that.

I’m feeling lethargic and run down and I know it’s from my lifestyle.

Time to get back to basics.

Currently:  Starting a raw vegan/vegan detox cleanse for 10 days, til Easter.

Will write more about it tonight or tomorrow.

Busy, busy.

Be easy

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fuckyeahyoga:


After finishing Baptiste level 1 training woke up early to this beautiful sunrise on Hawaii’s big Island.

via tara!

fuckyeahyoga:

After finishing Baptiste level 1 training woke up early to this beautiful sunrise on Hawaii’s big Island.

via tara!

(via Ginger Turmeric Detox TeaLinda Wagner)
I think it’s time for a detox!
Spring detox coming soon!
#April2014

(via Ginger Turmeric Detox TeaLinda Wagner)

I think it’s time for a detox!

Spring detox coming soon!

#April2014

patricedagostino:

More on Kombucha: The Second Ferment

In my last kombucha post, I briefly covered the process of secondary fermentation which flavors…

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patricedagostino:

More on Kombucha: The Second Ferment

In my last kombucha post, I briefly covered the process of secondary fermentation which flavors…

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makeydahspantry:

Your Monthly Tea
It’s a new year and a new month and for many of us ladies, we can expect a visit from that same old ‘friend’.
To help you start this new year on a healthy foot, I’m sharing a recipe my hubby and I came up with that we call ‘Your Monthly Tea’.

Having menstrual pain makes dealing with new or stressful situations  even tougher. Thankfully, this is an all natural remedy that really works!
Here’s what you’ll need:

1in x 1in piece of ginger root chopped or 1 tbs. grated
1 tsp Garcinia Powder
1 tsp Maca Powder
3-4 fresh mint leaves crushed
1 tsp olive oil (or sub with butter)
.5 oz dried Chamomile Flowers
re-useable tea bag


*(most of these items can be found in your local grocery store but the more exotic ones can be found here in my Amazon aStore. The linked products lead you to purchase.)

Bring approx. 12 oz of water to a boil and throw in your sliced ginger root and turn down to med-low heat, pour in your olive oil and simmer for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, take your crushed mint leaves, maca powder, bagged chamomile flowers and garcinia powder and place them in your mug. Once your ginger has simmered for 20 minutes or so, pour the hot ginger tea into the mug with your powders, flowers and leaves and let seep until it’s cool enough to drink without burning your mouth. You can also add some type of all natural sweetener to your tastes - I usually don’t sweeten my teas.
I’m sure you may be wondering why we’ve added olive oil or butter to this tea recipe?
Well, we’ve found that adding a little fat to medicinal herbs extracts more of the properties needed for the tea.
Give the tea around 15-20 minutes to kick in and start soothing away your cramps. While you wait you can give yourself a uterine massage to help with the pain or some menstrual cramp friendly yoga moves.

We really hope you give this tea a try.
If you have any difficulty finding these ingredients, we will be selling our custom blend of this tea in our shop very soon!
Be easy.

makeydahspantry:

Your Monthly Tea

It’s a new year and a new month and for many of us ladies, we can expect a visit from that same old ‘friend’.

To help you start this new year on a healthy foot, I’m sharing a recipe my hubby and I came up with that we call ‘Your Monthly Tea’.

menstrualcramps

Having menstrual pain makes dealing with new or stressful situations  even tougher. Thankfully, this is an all natural remedy that really works!

Here’s what you’ll need:

monthlytea1

chamomile

*(most of these items can be found in your local grocery store but the more exotic ones can be found here in my Amazon aStore. The linked products lead you to purchase.)

Bring approx. 12 oz of water to a boil and throw in your sliced ginger root and turn down to med-low heat, pour in your olive oil and simmer for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, take your crushed mint leaves, maca powder, bagged chamomile flowers and garcinia powder and place them in your mug. Once your ginger has simmered for 20 minutes or so, pour the hot ginger tea into the mug with your powders, flowers and leaves and let seep until it’s cool enough to drink without burning your mouth. You can also add some type of all natural sweetener to your tastes - I usually don’t sweeten my teas.

I’m sure you may be wondering why we’ve added olive oil or butter to this tea recipe?

Well, we’ve found that adding a little fat to medicinal herbs extracts more of the properties needed for the tea.

Give the tea around 15-20 minutes to kick in and start soothing away your cramps. While you wait you can give yourself a uterine massage to help with the pain or some menstrual cramp friendly yoga moves.

monthlytea4

We really hope you give this tea a try.

If you have any difficulty finding these ingredients, we will be selling our custom blend of this tea in our shop very soon!

Be easy.

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