• Yogi Tea

    Yogi Tea

    Here is the recipe..let me know if you have any questions.. you can buy all the ingredients at the Indian stores…fresh ginger root at publix or whole foods!  To 5 quarts of boiling water add: 2 tbs whole clovers ¼ cup whole cardamon pods 1 tbs whole black peppercorns 1 ½ peeled and sliced fresh … Read More

  • Ghee


    Ghee is clarified butter. The milk solids and impurities are removed. It is a healthful, pure protein. Use as you would butter or cooking oil. To make ghee, simmer unsalted butter over the lowest heat for approximately 30 minutes. (keep an eye on it, since it tends to burn easily. If it starts to turn brown, … Read More

  • Golden Milk

    Golden Milk

      This delicious hot drink is very good for the spine. it lubricates the joints and helps to break up calcium deposits. Ingredients: – 1/8 tsp turmeric – 1/4 cup (65ml) water – 8 ounces (250ml) milk – 2 tbs (40ml) raw almond oil – honey to taste Boil turmeric in water for about 8 … Read More

  • Date Milk

    Date Milk

    This is a very nourishing, youth-maintaining beverage. it gives energy and is good for people of all ages, especially when they are recovering from fevers or other diseases. – 8 ounces (250 ml) milk – 6 dates Slice dates in half. Remove pits and mash. Simmer in milk on a very low heat for 20 … Read More

  • Mung Beans & Rice

    Mung Beans & Rice

    The combination of mung beans and rices makes a perfectly balanced protein and, when prepared in this way, it’s easily digested. Any combination of vegetables may be used and thus you can clear your refrigerator of veggie stragglers. This recipe calls for basmati rice, however, you may substitute with brown rice of you prefer its … Read More