Here’s how a herbalist makes a real winner of a vegan broth! Filled with herbs that possess immune fortifying, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and pungent qualities, this is the broth recipe you’ve been waiting for to boost your health and become your most sacred kitchen staple.
Back with more healthy recipes! Not only is this delicious chicken broth recipe going to become a tasty flavour enhancer in your food, it’s also an immunity booster and it calms down Histamine. It’s an aromatic blend of histamine-lowering spices and vegetables with the nutritious goodness of chicken bones. Read on to learn about histamine, chronic inflammation, and why you NEED this broth in your medicinal diet.
These Ayurvedic Spice Infused Elderberry Pastilles offer a natural and effective remedy for colds and coughs. With the immune-boosting power of elderberry and the warming properties of Ayurvedic spices, these delicious gummies provide relief from cold symptoms while supporting your overall well-being. Embrace the wisdom of Naturopathy and Ayurveda and let nature’s remedies soothe and heal you during the cold season.
Elevate Your Dishes with Homemade Crispy Chilli Oil. This classic Asian condiment gets a makeover from a naturopath here 🙂 Enjoy it as a flavouring topping on snacks, rice and noodle dishes, meat and more. It’s sweet and spicy chilli oil to warm up your digestive system this winter. A base of rich and silky aromatic oil infused with cinnamon and star anise literally peppered with freshly harvested chillies and eastern spices and enriched with fermented black beans. It’s amazing!
When cold strikes it’s time to call on your immunity herbs and I’ve got the perfect recipe for you to boost your defences against those cold, damp winter bugs. Bringing together herbs to fortify your immune system and warm your chest along with soothing herbs to heal and seal the delicate linings of your upper respiratory system, this is an East-West combo syrup that takes about an hour to make (not including an overnight infusion) and lasts up to 6 months. Don’t expect it to last that long though because like all my recipes, it’s super delicious! Best syrup I’ve made so far according to a very enthusiastic hubby. Enjoy! xo Sulin
Did you know that adopting a diet rich in certain foods can spark joy and happiness in your mind and body? The Feel Good Diet takes you beyond just feeling healthy. It’s an easy, natural diet approach that boosts your mood and cognition, giving you that heightened state of living that so many of us crave. And it comes with a host of bonus benefits like increased stress resilience, weight loss, better sleep, enhanced learning and focus, and more. Enjoy this 30 minute webinar.
I thought it was time for a yummy recipe for you beautiful souls 🙂 So feeling the cold of winter starting to move into my bones today (!) I popped on a slow cook to warm and nourish the Liver, soften and soothe the joints and gently detoxify. Because with the cooler seasons comes stagnation. This recipe includes native Australian herbs Wattleseed and Strawberry Gum. Read on to discover why it’s so important to look after your Liver in winter, and to download the recipe. Enjoy! xo Sulin
Here’s a simple and delicious recipe for Living with the Seasons. It’s just how I like my warming soups – thick and creamy. Here’s a gently warming and rejuvenating soup to keep you cosy on those cool Autumnal evenings. With lots of digestive spices and a whole lot of lung-loving cauliflower, you’ll be lost in the aroma of roast-spice-vege.
I’d love to share my go-to salad recipe with you all, I do love a creamy salad dressing but I prefer to be dairy-free. I also try to avoid too much sugar and vinegar in salad dressings, even though they’re super tasty. This one seems to work best, keeping me feeling light, satisfied and complementing any green salad you can throw at it. Hope you love it!
Bath Bombs (Sze, 2022)
Hello Possums, as we approach the end of this year and the beginning of a new one, I feel like we need this fresh start considering all the stresses and uncertainties of the past few years. The festive season can be challenging for some of us. For hubby and I, it’s the first Christmas without our fathers. I’m sure that many of you reading this, have similarly felt loss at these times.
I wanted to put something together that was both therapeutic for us as well as others, so I’ve come up with some ideas for Christmas presents you can make for family and friends here. My all-time favourite goodies to create because the PROCESS of making them is just as much a gift and the sharing of them! While you’re mixing up magic on your kitchen bench, all the aromatic herbs, spices, grains and oils will be soothing and nourishing your mind and body and reminding you of just how beautiful and precious our world is. All those flowers, petals, oils and natural powders…..
I think DIY gifts are underrated. They’re personalised, they’re economical, they don’t come wrapped in single-use plastics and they’re a reflection of the effort you’ve made. Read on to find out how to make some fun, herby, aromatic gifts with your own beautiful hands 🙂
- Gut-lovin’ Seed Loaf Premix in a Bottle
- Bath Bombs
- Aromatic Lotion Bars
And have a beautiful end of year friends. May your dreams and hopes find a path to manifestation in the coming year.