#tastythursday : Known as "mountain of joy", oregano is a staple spice for most kitchens (as it should be)! Did you know that one teaspoon of fresh oregano has about as many antioxidants as three cups of chopped broccoli? Re-read that statement if you need to..
Llego otra tanda de #VerdeDominico @lamariaorganica cultivado en Chongón, de parcela pequeña y libre de químicos #buylocal#fairtrade#musaparadisiaca
El verde es una excelente fuente de energía, es un carbohidrato ideal para deportistas incluso para diabéticos puesto que regula la glucosa en nuestra cuerpo #plantain
Posee vitaminas A, C, B1, B2, B6, B9 (ácido fólico) y E, además son una fuente apropiada de fibra o minerales como el potasio, magnesio, calcio, selenio, zinc y hierro.
Envíanos tus pedidos por whatss o correo @lamariaorganica Micro-Mercado de Artesanos & Productores Orgánicos 🇪🇨
Lun a Vie: 9:00-13:00 /15:00-19:00
Lo mejor del #Ecuador en un solo lugar #lamariorganica#Urdesa#Guayaquil Av. Jorge Pérez Concha (Circunvalación) y Laureles
BE DIRTY, GO GREEN ;) I mean that in more ways than one. But for now let's talk GREEN SMOOTHIES/JUICES :D xoxox
LOVE The goodness that comes with drinking one of these babys. Including immune building and restoring, whole cell regeneration, With the benefits spreading through to our heart, blood, brain, eyes, digestive organs, joints and more. If you suffer from arthritis GO GREEN. And don't forget the tumeric for anti inflammatory purposes which will aid in joint pain relief.
Maca is now a key ingredient for me because it as well as the above benefits, it helps aid in hormonal health in men and women. And for a girl that hasn't gotten a period in a long time due to eating disorders and stress. It is something I believe will help me get back on track. One month at a time ladies :)
That goes for mental health as well! <3
We had so much fun with our class. Everyone made and took home their very own design. Thursday Oct. 26 is our next class. Make sure to get your ticket and grab your girlfriends. There are still a few seats open and we would love a full class! Link in profile.
For almost a year now, we've been using @infiniteproductcompany's CBD tincture - which doubles as a topical - in pretty much any way that we can! We are such big fans of this tincture for many reasons, but the biggest ones are its taste and versatility. It's the most neutral tasting tincture we've ever tasted, making it more usable and versatile compared to other tinctures (which tend to taste on the not-so-great side)! On top of the taste, the tincture actually works, 🙌 which is necessary for any product to be sustainable. While you can use the tincture as an edible, we also love using it topically, like in our body scrub recipe! It adds soothing and relaxing benefits to the scrub, which if you ask us is ideal for bathtime! 💦 Find the recipe for our Lavender Bath Body Scrub in our recipes section (hempsley.com/recipes) and our review of Infinite CBD's Tincture at the link in our profile! 👉 hempsley.com/reviews/infinite-cbd-tincture #sponsored
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HOMEMADE HERB AND SPICE FIRE STARTERS
One of my favorite things about fall is the smell of burning wood!!! I’m always excited when temperatures drop a few degrees just so I can light a fire at home. ❤️
These homemade herb and spice fire starters are amazing... and simple to make. If you use them inside the house, they’ll fill the air with the most fabulous aroma that lingers until the next morning. The only way I can describe it is… it smells like fall!
🌿 Fresh and dried herbs both work for these fire starters (though the dry stuff will burn a bit better), as well as the kinds of spices you’d use to mull cider. If you’ve ever wondered what to do with all those leaves and branches you prune from your herbs but can never use up, this is the perfect application for them.
🌿 For dried citrus peels, you can dry them quickly and easily in your oven using the same method for oven dried oregano. ... 📌Just take a vegetable peeler to the fruit before you juice it. The oil in the peel helps fuel the fire, making it a fragrant, natural kindling. I personally like the smell of dried orange and lemon peels, but any citrus will work.
Herbs and spices to try:
*Fresh or dried rosemary sprigs
*Fresh or dried lemongrass leaves
*Fresh or dried lemon verbena
* Fresh or dried lavender
* Fresh or dried sage
* Dried citrus peels
* Cinnamon sticks
* Whole cloves
Greens taste best when freshly picked from a local biodynamic farm in the Finger Lakes, served with puffed red quinoa, shaved mushrooms, and tossed in a thyme, honey and sherry vinaigrette with a generous handful of herbs.