Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Plan on attempting some Spring cleaning?
Start with a "Good Herb" cleanse.
For all the good and bad items that make it down the hatch, there should be a good chase that follows suit. Some of those things we eat come with some unexpected guests, who in turn make a mess with some worse side effects. Nope, parasites are not our pets. Just pests who reek havoc on our sanity, our stomach, and our sleep. Since I am in belief that fear should always be chased away with a extra large dose of good cheer, this is where our survival remains. The Good Herb tea comprises of a few simple items.
We will begin our triumph with a short recipe:
Yerba Mate > as a base, is especially good for those of us who strive to keep our addiction to coffee alive and kicking but, know we ought to be doing otherwise. It supplies a reasonable day, with out too many of our thoughts siphoned away. At one third the caffeine, it provides a plethora of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and phyto-nutrients which raise both mind and body stimulation.
Pau d'Arco > Is a bark that helps to strengthen the body's immune system, encouraging it to recover from candida to cancer. It comes from the Holly tree, which is the only tree in the Rain Forest that does not, will not, cannot grow fungus. Paired with Yerba Mate enhances all the initial benefits of fungus fighting properties and creates a round-house-power-punch that disintegrates all cancer chaos.
Cloves > have powerful medicinal properties. The main active component is eugenol, which helps kill bacteria and viruses, and it too assists all the other herbs in doing what they do best. Specifically, clove pushes out parasites. Parasites attach themselves to meat, milk, and raw fish. They are stimulating and have antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and antiseptic properties, which equals a parasite free mouth, tummy, brain, mouth and total body.
I drink mine plainly but, milk and honey could sweeten the pot...or stevia and soy!
Let it relax into a counter top bath for as long as you can wait, and then sip on it through out the remainder of the day, all the days.