Natural Healing with Alcohol-free Elixirs, Tonics and More.


We’ve brewed up a collection of alcohol-free elixirs, tonics, and cordials for you to enjoy. From simple to complex, with ingredients such as herbs, flowers, and even gemstones, elixirs have been used for thousands of years to nourish and heal. They’re often made with alcohol, which limits their usefulness in many ways. We’ve created alcohol-free elixirs, tonics, and cordials for ... Read More »

Turmeric for your Health and Culinary Enjoyment


Turmeric shines when paired with sautéed shrimp and squash “noodles” Squash is one of those vegetables (like cauliflower) that is a godsend for people trying to reduce their intake of wheat, gluten, or processed carbs in general. Just as you can make decent “faux” mashed potatoes from cauliflower, you can make a terrific “faux” pasta from yellow squash or zucchini. ... Read More »

Benefits (and Recipes) with Garlic


If your use of garlic has been limited to cooking, it’s time to expand your palate and discover this ancient herb’s truly amazing healing powers Garlic has been used for thousands of years to both flavor foods and treat illnesses, dating back to ancient China, Egypt, and Rome. In the 19th century, Louis Pasteur described garlic’s antibacterial properties, and during ... Read More »

Mushroom Magic


The medicinal mushroom category is, well, mushrooming at health food stores across the country. Find out how to get in on all the health benefits. There’s something magical about the mushroom. It grows deep in verdant, mossy forests, quiet and mysterious and hidden from view. Because it doesn’t contain chlorophyll, the mushroom requires no sunlight. Instead, it exists quite independently, ... Read More »

Tarragon Drizzle


Ingredients 2/3 c of olive oil 1/3 c of cider vinegar 2 tbsp of Dijon mustard 2 tbsp fresh tarragon chopped up 2 tbsp chopped fresh green onions or shallots Sea salt Fresh pepper Directions Put in a glass jar and shake! It lasts for a few days but do not refrigerate. Use on hot veggies or salad. For a ... Read More »

Recipe: Delicious, Chocolate Protein Cookies

Chocolate Cookies

Makes 4 cookies Recipe from Anna Sward. For dozens more, visit ¼ cup plain or vanilla pea protein powder 1/8 cupcashew or almond butter 2 Tbs. agave syrup 1 Tbs. almond milk 2 squares (20g) chopped 85% dark chocolate Preheat oven to 320°F. Mix all ingredients together in bowl to make a cookie dough. Taste, and add sweetener of your ... Read More »