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Fire Cider !!!

Fire Cider !!!

A shot of fire cider a day, will certainly keep the doctor away! It will also keep away harmful bacteria, fungus, parasites, and other unwanted guest. This formula supports healthy inflammatory levels, promotes healthy digestion,  increases blood flow and circulation, and supports a healthy immune system. It is so easy to make and I encourage […]

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Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash Soup

Oh Yum! Butternut squash soup Butternuts are part of the field pumpkin family. They grow on long trailing vines. Their fruit, flowers, and seeds are edible. I personally like the seeds slightly roasted with a little tamari. Butternuts have a large amount of the antioxidant Vitamin A. They also contain a wide variety of the […]

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Elderberry Syrup

Elderberry Syrup

Oh, how I love this time of year! The changing of the leaves. The cool breeze in the morning followed by the hot sun in the afternoon. Layers of clothing, so that we can be comfortable for the subtle changes in temperature through out the day. Oh and the coughing followed by runny noses in […]

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Wombyn Coming Together

Wombyn Coming Together

As a wombyn, mother, wife, friend, sister, and care taker of the earth; I have found myself feeling disconnected at times. There has been struggle at times. I have often questioned, “What is it that we are doing here?” As I continue to dance this earth walk, I keep coming back to the realization that […]

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Benefits of Ghee

Benefits of Ghee

Ghee is a super food! It isn’t just butter. It is a pure butter oil. A good quality ghee should come from 100% organic grass fed and cultured butter. Those that are sensitive to dairy, usually do great with ghee. The process of making ghee removes the lactose and casein. Ghee is highly digestible and […]

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Why Organic?

Why Organic?

Modern organic methods are firmly based on science; the science of the soil and its organisms. Technology also plays a part. Organic farming cleverly mimics nature, using composting and other techniques to deliver rich nutrient sources to the soil and its myriad inhabitants. The constant breakdown and absorption of organic matter leads to a rich, […]

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Summer Kale and Hemp Seed Salad

Summer Kale and Hemp Seed Salad

Kale is high in vitamins and minerals. It is considered a super food and is best consumed lightly steamed. The steaming process helps to open up the cellular walls of the leaf, so that the nutrients are more bio-available. Hemp seeds are an excellent source of a complete protein, plus they are a wonderful source […]

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