Ayurvedic Spiced Tea
Per Guru Jagat's suggestion in this article, I've been decocting this spiced tea daily, and it's truly the best treat. I've also, in true Ayurvedic fashion, noticed that my nails are pinker, skin tone is more even, and my eyes are whiter. It also tastes like heaven.
AYURVEDIC SPICED TEA
2 2/3 c water
3 whole cloves
4 whole cardamom pods, cracked
4 whole black peppercorns
1/2 stick cinnamon
1/2 c almond milk
2 slices of fresh ginger root chopped
3 drops stevia
PROCESS | Bring the water, spices and ginger to a boil. Simmer for 20 minutes. Pour in cup of choice. Add almond milk and stevia. Stir and enjoy.
My favorite spin on chai lately (minus the caffeine).
The most important meditation everyone should be practicing and how. Guru Jagat's current inspirations, and she shares her favorite endocrine balancing recipe from her new book Invincible Living with us today!
NYC's otherworldly Curandera (Mexican Healer) that will forever change your life.
A bold lip, a podcast on the brain's ability to heal with placebo, a recipe, and more for your weekend enjoyment.
The importance of crafting your sadhana.
The ancient Ayurvedic meditation practice that is literally your spiritual adaptogen.
Here is what I’ll be tuning into under today’s lunar energy that offers progress, balance, growth, and clear boundaries.
An anti-inflammatory Ayurvedic mask for the face (and spiced for the senses).
Here are a few reasons why this ancient Ayurvedic dish may be your seasonal go-to three-day cleanse over the next few months.
Meredith Baird—notable raw chef, teacher, and cookbook author—offers her medicinal take on this centuries old traditional Ayurvedic cleansing dish. Cleanse or no cleanse, this soul healing recipe is worth a try!