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Herbs and Minerals

Recipes

Plant medicine is an area of Spiritual Alchemy that I am fascinated with and it's inspired me to learn more about our plant friends and grow them in our backyard garden so that I can experience them and learn from them directly. From time to time I will be posting recipes here that I find delicious and health promoting.   

Magical Morning Infusion

Not only does this tea smell and taste amazing, it’s also incredibly revitalising and youngerising. It's improved my moods, sleep, hormone balance, complexion, digestion and reduced inflammation, just to name a few benefits. It's certainly worth the effort.

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Lemon Tea

 

Here's another great tasting and healthy tea recipe for you. I drink this tea in the winter when my supply of other fresh herbs is a bit low. I love it because of its detoxifying effects, how it helps ease my digestion and its many other health benefits. It’s crazy to think that something as simple as lemon juice could make such a big difference, but when I dug deeper into the science behind it, I could see why. 

Ingredients

1 medium lemon

Boiled filtered water

Half or quarter teaspoon of honey

Sprig of lemon balm (optional)

Method

Cut lemon in half and squeeze the juice into a tea cup by hand or using a citrus squeezer. Place a teaspoon with the honey on it in the cup and pour the boiling water over the honey so it slides off the spoon. Rinse the lemon balm and add to the cup. Stir liquid until honey is dissolved. Remove the lemon balm after it has had time to infuse. 

TIP: For a natural laxative and sleep enhancer add one teaspoon of Epsom Salts (magnesium sulphate) to this recipe an hour before bedtime. 

 

Chicken Bone Broth Recipe

Bone broth is a nutrient rich super food, which is very easy to make and it stores well in the freezer. It's totally delicious and can be used as a base for lots of other recipes. It also has loads of potential health benefits which are listed on page two of my recipe. Enjoy!

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