So why an anti-fungal yeast/candida-fighting tea? Yeast overgrowth is fairly common but is especially common in those with underlying gastrointestinal issues. Yeast can increase glutamate and result in high glutamate-type behavior, and yeast can also utilize glutamate as an energy source to allow it to proliferate. If you have too much yeast in the gut, you can actually have symptoms of intoxication or drunkenness as sugary, starchy foods ferment in the gut to create alcohol (ethanol). Alcoholism is related to yeast overgrowth. High levels of yeast can also deplete magnesium, iron, and calcium. Symptoms of Yeast Overgrowth [...]
This has become our favorite go-to seasoning and a fantastic way to incorporate in a few additional herbs. We most commonly use this on top of salads with a little olive oil and lemon or to season meat, vegetables, eggs and so on. The best part of all, is that it is a great way to sneak in some of those beneficial and much needed herbs! This recipe is easy to make and is made to last. Ingredients 3 tbsp White Sesame Seeds 3 tbsp Black Sesame Seeds 1 tbsp Himalayan Salt 2 tsp Garlic Granules 2 tsp Milk Thistle [...]
I’ve often struggled with dry skin and have always on the hunt for good moisturizing products. Unfortunately, the best products are often crazy expensive and contain a ton of unwanted ingredients, specifically those free containing glutamate. I always get a little worried about using those products, not only because of my own health, but more specifically because of any reactions they may cause my son from kissing my face. Because of this, I set off to make my own nourishing and anti-aging moisturizer. I will add a drop or two of this to my face before [...]
Ingredients 3/4 c. Epsom Salt 1/4 c. Baking Soda 5 drops Orange Essential Oil 5 drops Frankincense Essential Oil 5 drops Bergamot Essential Oil 2 drops Lavender Essential Oil Instructions Place all ingredients into a glass bowl, stir well and set aside. Fill bathtub with just enough warm water to cover your bellybutton, Pour roughly half salt mixture into warm bath water and use your hand to stir salts around until completely dissolved. Store remaining salt mixture in air-tight container until future use.