INTRODUCTIONS AND A MICRO-DEEPENING PRACTICE
OUR RECIPES FOR WILD HOME
For Wild Home, I’d like you to consider a few things. First of all, your home is not a competition space, and it doesn’t matter what people around you are doing. Your home is the seat of your sovereignty and the foundation of your safety.
Homes should be cozy, naturally lit, smell good due to fresh homemade food and clean spaces, and they should be the ultimate retreat. Homes are also the place where we keep ourselves well and heal when we are sick. If our homes are well maintained with relationship to these things, illness should gradually get more occasional.
Disclaimer: Our founder is a natural healthcare expert, an herbalist and a student of indigenous tradition. Her sources of medicine are plants and food. Any statements, work methods, recipes and products are not evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration because they are made of plants and foods, not of drugs. To that end, officially our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you are concerned about an ingredient and your skin, please seek the counsel of your favorite medical or naturopathic provider.
This recipe is not mine; it is taken from the medicinal practices of Ayurveda. That said, there are a few “pro tips” which help this mixture integrate better, last well, and enhance its medicinal properties.
This recipe in its basic form is the world’s strongest antibiotic and antiviral and in the case of typical cold/flu can often be the first form of prevention and reduce time of illness. In the world of Eastern Medicine, your goal is to maintain your health, not heal from sickness, so in our family we eat this by the spoonful routinely. You can also add it to warm milk or plant milk for a Golden Milk which is a delicious treat.
The heating spices give you a “boost” without caffeine.
You will need:
- 6-8 oz of raw honey, and local honey is best
- A metal saucepan
- ½ oz of solid coconut oil
- 2 or so oz of powdered turmeric
- ¼ oz or so of cinnamon
- ¼ oz of allspice (optional)
- ¼ oz of dried clove (optional)
- A generous pinch of black pepper or cayenne (optional)
- As a shortcut you can often use a pumpkin pie spice mix
- A glass jar with a lid
Warm your honey and oil in the metal pan. When liquid, whisk in your turmeric and cinnamon and any other spices.
Pour into your jar, let cool and keep in a cool, dark place. Eat in the morning for energy and to pep up your mood and metabolism. Safe for all humans over age 1. I started giving to my kids in yogurt around age 2 and they eat it every day during winter/cold and flu season. Is sometimes really helpful for seasonal allergies as well, and eases the pain of inflammation that comes with autoimmune disease and/or arthritis.
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