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Have you tried Coconut Oil?

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Well you may have never even thought about trying Coconut Oil. The reason you probably haven’t is, because you don’t know about the benefits Coconut Oil has. Let me tell you a few things about Coconut Oil. It is a energy burning food source and it helps with the metabolism. It is good for your hair and teeth. It also is good for Cholesterol. You can also use Coconut Oil in cooking or just having it raw. If you haven’t thought about Coconut Oil, you may want to try it and see.  Coconut Oil benefits  If you decide you want to give Coconut oil a try, here is a site where you can find it. Tropical Traditions  Look online and see how others are using it for their hair and skin. Hair Treatment

Just some friendly to tips to help you in your daily health journey.

One Love,

Sista K’


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Share recipes with friends

Today my friend Letitia Holmes,  shared her recipe for making  green tea with ginger. Hey that’s what friends are for. Let your friends in on how you stay healthy, with your favorite recipes. It’s a good way to keep us going on our journey. Here is her recipe for Green tea with Ginger;

2 gallons of boiling water (if your making a smaller amount you can use less water and tea bags)

12 Green tea bags

Let them steep after boiling.

Put 4 limes in a food processor and as much ginger as you like. Grind them together in the food processor. Add the mixture to the steeped Green tea.

After about 15 minutes, strain the green tea and add honey. Sweeten to your own taste. You can also you use other sugar substitutes.

Garnish the tea with limes.

It’s that simple! I want to thank Letitia Holmes for this great recipe of Green tea with ginger.

Enjoy!

One Love,

Sista K’


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Let’s go to the Root

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Let’s go to the Root and it’s name is Ginger. Well I bet you had it before, it’s in Ginger Ale. I remember when I was young, my mom gave me ginger ale when my stomach was upset. Well that is exactly what ginger does to the body. It heals and has been used in Chinese and Indian medicine for centuries. Ginger is great for when you have a cold and digestion problems. It’s good for Nausea, Blood Pressure, and Cholesterol just to name a few things. It has anti-inflammatory ingredients that can also treat your skin too. Last but not least, Ginger may help with your sex life. So go out and get your Ginger today. Here are few links; Ginger Healing

I found this video to make Ginger Ale. If you find a better one let me know or if you have a recipe. I would love to hear from you. Get your kids involved and teach them how to make recipes, that you are trying. Enjoy.

One Love,

Sista K’

 


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Relax with Lavender

Did you know that Lavender has so many essential benefits. Not only does it smell lovely, it can do so much for us. Check out the list of things it can do: If you need to relax and unwind after a long day. How about a bath with lavender oil. I love this herb and use it in my home.
Uses for Lavender

In many different forms:
•As a dried herb to make a relaxing herbal tea (I often add Chamomile too) by steeping in hot (not boiling water) for a few minutes and adding honey
•In a tincture to help promote relaxation and sleep
•Adding the dried herb to homemade buckwheat pillows or sleep masks to help promote relaxing sleep
•To sooth sunburns or other burns, I add a few drops of the essential oil to a bottle of cool water and spray on burns to offer relief. The dried herb can also be brewed in to a strong tea and sprayed on instead.
•A strong lavender tea can be cooled and used as a scalp rinse to help prevent dandruff
•Adding a few drops of lavender essential oil or a cup of strong brewed lavender tea and a cup of epsom salts to a bath helps relax sore muscles.
•I sew dried lavender flowers into small satchels and use them in place of dryer sheets in the dryer
•For headaches, smelling lavender and peppermint oils or rubbing lavender oil into the temples often helps
•I often infuse lavender into vinegars for use in cooking or as a skin toner (diluted)
•The essential oil or lavender infused oil in homemade lotion bars, lotions, whipped body butter and more
•Lavender essential oil can be used topically to help with acne or skin irritations
•Simmering dried lavender herb in a pot of water with some citrus peels for a natural air freshener

Everything has precautions so look them up before you start to use this herb.

Article from http://wellnessmama.com/7041/lavender-herb-profile/lavender