Milk of choice (pictured: almond), 1 cup
1/2 cup water
Cumin pods, small handful
Ground turmeric, 1.5–2 tablespoons
Black Pepper, a few grains or 2 teaspoonsCinnamon, 3 sticks or 1 tablespoon
Ginger, several slices fresh ginger or 2 teaspoons powdered ginger
Anise, 3-4 star pods or 1 teaspoon powdered anise
Vanilla, sprinkle of seeds or a 2-3 drops
Agave or Honey (aim for organic to avoid pesticides), 1-2 tablespoons
Place milk and water in medium sauce pan.
Add spices and other ingredients and gently simmer to infuse for roughly 20-30 minutes. Add more milk/water if reduced too much.
Strain and serve+leave an anise pod in cup as a garnish
Clementine peels (pesticide-free)
Take a few stacks of fresh fig leaves. Let the leaves dry in the sun, on a radiator, or in an oven for 30 minutes on the lowest temperature to fully dry and dehydrate them.
Crumble leaves between fingers until finely shredded.
Finely chop clementine peels, let dry on a small plate.
Once peels and leaves are crumbled and dry, mix with a handful or tea (depending on how many leaves you have) and seal inside a glass jar for the flavours to infuse.
Boil water and make tea!
Rosemary Tincture Recipe
(1 handful of rosemary branch/ 1/2 cup per cup liquid)
Organic Apple Cider Vinegar (pictures above) or high proof Alcohol such as vodka or brandy
Organic, Fresh Rosemary
Remove rosemary from branches, chop and place inside sterilized jars and pour liquid over herb and seal from six weeks to one year. Strain rosemary leaves when infused to your liking (you need a minimum of six weeks for the herbs to properly infuse) and take a few drops under the tongue when sick or in need of immune boosting. Herbs are not to be taken lightly, use only when necessary as with antibiotics.
Store in cool, dark place. And remember that the tincture expiration date for vinegar and vodka is much shorter than alcohol tinctures, lasting around one year
Ginger Shot: Ginger root about the size of your hand (X2 if you want to make a few shots) + 1 apple
Green Boost: 1/2 cucumber, 4 handfuls of spinach + 1 tablespoon spirulina powder
Cumin Elixir: 2 oranges, 2 tablespoons Turmeric + 1 teaspoon black pepper powder
Antioxidant Hormone Balance Boost: 1/2 cup pomegranate juice, handful of blueberries + 1/2 tablespoon Maca powder
Aloe Flush: 1 aloe leaf (1/4 cup aloe juice) + 1 lemon
Immune Boost: 2 clementine + 2 carrots + 1/2 teaspoon zinc powder
Liver Health Elixir: 2 beets + 1 tablespoon turmeric powder + handful of spinach + 1 Apple
Hangover Cure: 1/2 cup coconut water + 1 teaspoon sea salt + 2 beets + 1 celery branch + 1 handful spinach
Headache Reliever: 3 beets + 1 green apple + 1 cucumber + bushel of watercress + 1 lemon
Strawberry+Chocolate Stress Relieving smoothie juice: 3 celery branches + handful of strawberries + 1 banana + green tea powder + 1 tablespoon raw cacao powder
Natural antiseptic/antibacterial (use for disinfecting cuts as well) | anti-cancer (proved in preventing breast cancer, prostate cancer in mice and prevents melanoma/causes existing melanoma cells to attack themselves | natural liver detoxifier | Anti-inflammatory (including skin) | Natural pain-killer | Used in Chinese medicine against depression
Stimulates blood flow | Anti-Nausea | improves the body’s absorption of nutrients | Clears up the body’s microcirculatory channels (including sinuses) | Reduces digestive problems (including flatulence) | Eases menstrual cramps | Eases throat and nose congestion
Anti-inflammatory | Eases headaches | Flushes out bloating | Anti-Nausea | Eases respiratory issues/cough (eases asthma) | Stimulant against fatigue
Antioxidant filled | Anti-cancer | Reduces high bad cholesterol | Reduces systemic inflammation | Eases Gastrointestinal discomfort | Anti-bacterial