Arc of the Ancients Aromatherapy & Astrology
Sharing two very important articles about some MLM companies who are once again, stealing the WiseWoman's Medicine Rosemary Gladstar is a wonderful herbalist and teacher in the COMMUNITY. I have had the good pleasure to meet and learn from her wise wisdom and kind spirit.
Here are a couple recipes she generously shares, please follow the link and if you can support the good cause, defending the earth from having 'owners' please do so and thank you.
RecipesThe good news is that you can still make your own Fire Cider. It’s fun, simple, and easy to make. There are hundreds of variations on this recipe. Here’s the original:
Take it more frequently if necessary to help your immune system do battle.
Here are a couple of new Fire Cider Recipes I developed this winter. Do try
them! They’re both fabulous! Lets just pray that the ‘herbal pirates’ don’t try to
trademark these, too!
Fire Cider Chutney:
Strain the herbs (the mark) from Fire Cider after 4 weeks. The herbs should still be somewhat firm and flavorful. Add the herbs to a Cuisinart or blender, and grind coarsely (don’t blend into a smooth past, but only until coarse and crunchy). If too dry, add a little of the Fire Cider Vinegar to the mix. You might wish to add a little more honey and cayenne to taste. Your finished Fire Cider Chutney should be sweet but not too sweet, hot but not too hot, and just right for your pleasure taste! This delicious chutney is great on toast, mixed with rice, veggie dishes, is a favorable addition to soups, or enjoyed right from the spoon. It’s the perfect winter
Honey Onion Syrup w/ Fire Cider Chutney
My husband got the ‘grunge’ this winter while I was away with my mother on a little holiday to Mexico! My Mother’s 90 and still loves to travel. When I arrived home, Robert pretty bad cough, sore throat and a flu that had lodged in his lungs. I have a number of favorite recipes I knew would do the trick, but one that I always fall back on for sore throats is Onion Honey Syrup.