TRUFFLE POTATO BITES made with your leftover mashed potatoes! Mashed potatoes have been gracing us with their presence and people have fawned over them for generations. Year after year of holiday celebrations, grandmas all over the country still refuse to give anyone their secret mashed potato recipe and maybe there is a good reason for it. WE WOULD EAT THEM EVERY DAY! 😂 If you have some leftover mashed potatoes or plan to have some after the holiday season, keep this recipe in mind so you can have an excuse to keep the potato binge going. These Truffle Potato Bites feature none other than our Black Truffle Sea Salt and are complimented by fried cheesy goodness. Check out this super easy & cheesy...
maca root: getting in tune with your body Soothes menopause AND period symptoms. Improves memory. Balances hormones. The ancient maca root has been used by the Inca and Peruvian cultures for more than 1,500 years. It is mostly grown in the harsh conditions and high elevation Andes mountains of Peru, where the mineral rich fields are naturally irrigated by glacial ice-melt and rainfall born in the thunderclouds of the Amazon basin. Maca root is generally consumed in powder form and is loaded with unique health benefits. Most notably maca soothes PMS and menopausal symptoms and stimulates the endocrine system, which helps maintain hormonal balance. THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF MACA ROOT: Maca root powder is very nutritious, as it is rich in...
Lavender Sage Lemonade
sweet citrus ∙ licorice ∙ soft sage
🌼 CITRUS & SWEET 🌼
This soothing and refreshing blend is an instant detoxifier and invigorates the senses! It has a sweet citrus and rose licorice flavor that refreshes the body and reduces inflammation. It is the perfect companion to lull you to sleep when served hot and unsweetened.
Lavender Sage Lemonade
With lemon myrtle, lemongrass, lemon peels, sage, lavender, rose hips, licorice root, and marigold flowers
Have you tried Lavender Sage Lemonade with Bee Pollen Black? It is herbaceous, bright and reminiscent of a lavender lemon shortbread cookie!
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s∙a∙g∙e 🌿 a wisdom welcoming herb 🌿 HERE'S THE SCOOP: The scientific name for sage is Salvia, which comes from the Latin word Salveo, “to heal” or “to save.” Sage belongs to the mint family, alongside other herbs like rosemary, oregano, basil, and thyme. The Romans regarded sage as a holy herb and used it to clean their teeth because of its antibacterial properties! According to traditional Celtic lore, sage symbolizes wisdom, as they believed eating it improved memory and opened the mind. SHOP OUR FAVORITE SAGE PRODUCTS! Lavender Sage Lemonade Clary Sage Essential Oil Bouquet Garni Lavender Sage Lemonade Tea Soap HEALING PROPERTIES OF SAGE Sage is loaded with antioxidants that are linked to several health benefits, including improved brain...
p∙e∙p∙p∙e∙r∙m∙i∙n∙t 🍃 crisp ∙ cool ∙ refreshing 🍃 THE HISTORY: Peppermint has been used in cooking and herbal medicine for thousands of years, and dates back all the way to 1500 BC. In an ancient Egyptian medical text called Ebers Papyrus, mint is listed as calming to stomach pains. Mint was so valued in Egypt that it was also used as a form of currency. HEALING PROPERTIES OF PEPPERMINT Peppermint is known for its primary active ingredient, menthol, which provides a cooling sensation, and is an expectorant and decongestant. It is used to help treat many respiratory ailments, including asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, and coughs. Peppermint can stimulate memory and improve focus, making it a great study buddy, and it can soothe...