I have this nervous twitch where I stroke my eyebrows until the hairs fall out. It’s a form of OCD called…Trichotillomania. Yeah, sounds like some sort of crazy fear of Dinosaurs or something. It’s triggered by anxiety and stress. Well, this drink really helps me with my OCD. I think you should go make it now if you’re stressed out.
I went to my least favorite place today, Whole Foods, grabbed some lentil soup, and came home to make this wonderfully warming and healing drink.
It’s got some of the best exotic and medicinal spices in it.
Turmeric is the bomb. Healers in India and China have been using it for more than 2,000 years to treat a range of illnesses.
- Acne, Eczema, Rash, Blemishes
- Alzheimer’s, Asthma, Arthritis, Depression, Promotes Sleep
- Cystic Fibrosis, Cancer, Heart Disease, Obesity
Cinnamon plays a major role in everyday management of blood sugar. I try to take it everyday to manage my PCOS. Cinnamon improves the ability of the body to process and store glucose. Did ya know that it is derived from the bark of a tropical evergreen tree?
Cardamom is known as the “Queen of Spices”. It is used to treat a variety of health problems like, asthma, colds, flu, digestive issues, bad breath, to constipation. The spice not only relaxes the gut, it also relaxes the airways, restoring breathing in people with respiratory problems.
Dry Ginger is the best and most sattvic of spices. Also known as the universal medicine. Dry ginger is hotter and drier than fresh. Ginger relieves gas, cramps, and pain.
If you have a craving for sweets before bed…then this should be your go-to. I wish I lived with people so I could share this beautiful cozy drink with my room-mates before bed! It used to be sharing beers…God, I’ve changed. How sweet it is!
This golden delight also has Maca in it. Maca root promotes healthy hormone balance…AKA…its the bee’s knees for women with “down there” issues. Maca helps…
- Decrease menopause symptoms
- Improve sexual function
- Fertility enhancer
I cancelled my Fall Ayurvedic Cooking Class. Bumskis. Not enough people signed up…and thats okay. I’m learning being a small business owner. I just wrote up a, “How to Promote your Event Checklist.” I will be using that document for every event I host from now on. This my friends, is how entrepreneurs learn. Success can only come from failure, and failure should not be confused with quitting! Now drink this drink and sleep on that.