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You've Got Food on Your Face: Edible Facials for Amazing Skin

You've Got Food on Your Face: Edible Facials for Amazing Skin

March 24, 2019

Someone asked me recently whether it’s okay to eat a fruit mask that’s been on your face once it’s done doing its job. While I didn’t give a definitive “yes” or “no”, the fact that I took so long to answer the question made me realize how much I love putting food on my face and eating the leftovers. Unlike over-the-counter face masks that taste mildly poisonous if you happen to get some in your mouth, I have found that the most effective face masks are made out of fruits and superfoods that actually make great breakfasts. 

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Top 10 Herbs And Teas For Women

Top 10 Herbs And Teas For Women

March 24, 2019

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Herbal Smoothies to Beat Inflammation

Herbal Smoothies to Beat Inflammation

March 17, 2019 1 Comment

Inflammation is at the root of so many physical ailments, from joint pain to acne to brain degeneration. Maintaining an anti-inflammatory diet will help you to stay healthy, happy, and ailment-free. Thankfully, it’s really easy to do! These three smoothies are high in anti-inflammatory herbs, seeds (like flaxseeds), nuts (like walnuts), and berries (which fight inflammation through compounds called anthocyanins). 

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Want Youthful Skin? Try This Anti-Aging Matcha Masque Recipe

Want Youthful Skin? Try This Anti-Aging Matcha Masque Recipe

March 16, 2019

Everyone talks about the many benefits of matcha tea. What’s less known is the benefits of matcha on your skin. Matcha is made from high quality shade grown green tea that’s been finely powdered. Of all the green teas, matcha contains the highest levels of both antioxidants and caffeine. When applied to the skin, the antioxidants in matcha help to slow the again process and can lead to a more youthful and vibrant complexion. Combined with cosmetic French green clay, which draws out impurities, vitamin C-rich amla fruit, and pure essential oils, this facial masque will nourish, tone, and enliven your skin. For best results, use this masque at least twice a week.

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12 Amazing Reasons to Love Ginger

12 Amazing Reasons to Love Ginger

March 10, 2019

Even if you’re not really into reading up on health or herbs, you probably know that ginger is good for you. In spite of the fact that ginger is so common and widely cultivated, its benefits are less widely explored. In fact, ginger is a true superfood—with the ability to work magic on the body. It can lower cholesterol, balance blood sugar, reduce pain and inflammation, improve circulation, raise body temperature (if you’re always cold), boost your immunity, and so much more! In this article, you’ll learn all about this amazing plant.

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4 Super Easy Tea Recipes That The Whole Family Will Love

4 Super Easy Tea Recipes That The Whole Family Will Love

March 10, 2019

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Herbs that Love Your Liver

Herbs that Love Your Liver

March 03, 2019 1 Comment

The word “detox” gets thrown around a whole lot, but how many people really know what it means, or how to do it effectively? In short, detoxification is the process of aiding the removal of toxicants (organic and inorganic substances that damage the body’s organs) from the body. You might wonder why this is necessary. After all, isn’t the body designed to do this on its own?

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Quick Hacks to Clear Negative Vibes

Quick Hacks to Clear Negative Vibes

February 24, 2019 2 Comments

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According To Astrology, Here’s What To Expect In March

According To Astrology, Here’s What To Expect In March

February 24, 2019 2 Comments

March is the month of change and disruption, and is brought to you by the elements Blustery Wind and Chilly Water, the proud sponsors of March Madness and distracted unproductiveness. The month is full of movement and activity, similar to an airport: not a good place to rest, but plenty of excitement and possibility.

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A Fragrant & Delicious Tomato Soup

A Fragrant & Delicious Tomato Soup

February 17, 2019

Some of my favorite memories of growing up were the many evenings I spent entranced by the aroma of delicious rasam cooking on the stove. This delicious, brothy tomato soup is a South Indian staple—a warm, comforting hug in a bowl. It’s great for colds or for cold nights, but equally good as a soup for the whole family to bond over. Rasam is also wonderful for digestion and full of antioxidants. It brings me great joy to share this amazing, flavorful recipe with you. I hope you love it as much as I do!

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New To Using Herbs? Here’s What You Need To Know

New To Using Herbs? Here’s What You Need To Know

February 17, 2019

Over the years, I have met thousands of people who want to learn about using herbs for health instead of prescription or over-the-counter drugs. Herbs are fundamentally different than drugs. Most drugs are isolated single chemicals designed to target specific receptor sites in the body in order to produce a measurable action. Plants, on the other hand, contain an extremely complex array of chemicals that affect and benefit the body in multiple ways.

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A Strawberry Chocola-tea Latte for Your Valentine

A Strawberry Chocola-tea Latte for Your Valentine

February 10, 2019

Whether you love or hate Valentine’s Day (or it varies from year to year), one thing you probably agree with me on is that this holiday dependably brings one very good thing—an abundance of chocolate-covered strawberries. If you love chocolate, you know what I mean.

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