A walk in the woods is an easy way to improve your physical, mental, and emotional health. A one hour walk will help you meet your daily vitamin D requirements (sunscreen can interfere with vitamin D production), allow you to disconnect from social media, gain a greater respect for the nature around you, and canContinue reading “Recipe for a Walk in the Woods”
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Directions: Simmer 1-4 ounces in water for three hours, strain out the mushrooms and drink over the course of 7 days. Store broth in refrigerator for up to 7 days. Discontinue use if an allergic reaction occurs. If you have low blood pressure, please consult a physician before use.
Aching muscles, joints, and skin sensitivities can benefit from this healthy salve, which you can affordably make at home. This recipe starts with a coconut oil infusion (see my previous recipe HERE). I have found that the salve works better when a loved one applies it to your aches while you’re eating dark chocolate, butContinue reading “Herb-Infused Coconut Salve”
Some plant constituents are well extracted with water, but some woodier and more resinous plants, like cannabis are better extracted with fat. This infusion will result in a product that can be consumed or used topically. 1/2 cup coconut oil7 grams dried herb, roughly ground (decarboxylated, if cannabis) Optional: 2 teaspoons sunflower lecithin. This mayContinue reading “Coconut Oil Herbal Infusions”
1 teaspoon dried chamomile flowers1/2 teaspoon dried hibiscus flowers1/2 teaspoon dried lavender flowers10 dried, crushed Ghanian kitaly (bitter) berries1 teaspoon dried catnip leaves Bring a cup of water to a boil and pour over the ingredients. Cover and let steep 20 minutes. Filter out herbs and drink once-a-day. Note: If the tea is not achievingContinue reading “Hypertension Tea”