This peppermint matcha tonic is a delicious way to slow down and savour as part of a morning ritual, creating an excellent, sustained, slow release, gentle energy boost with the naturally occurring amino acid l-theanine, promoting focus and concentration.
These epic gingerbread sweet potato brownies are some of the best brownies we’ve ever made. With a base of roasted sweet potato and healthy fats like shredded coconut, Styrian pumpkin seeds and avocado, the fudginess and spices combine to make the most comforting, healthy and delicious snack, or even breakfast, ever.
Peppermint infused coconut matcha chocolate, laced with a hint of chaga and reishi. Chocolate goals, free of toxic ingredients! The peppermint coconut butter matcha filling in this recipe really lightens it up and adds different dimensions to the flavour profile with minty, matcha goodness.
The goal for someone who is practicing the art of medicine making (whether it be making tea, tinctures, salves, oils, etc.) is that we ourselves have our own direct connection and relationship to the archetypal forces of nature.
Traditional Chinese medicine teaches us that each flavour has a unique remedial action; such as warming, cooling, moistening, drying, astringent, purgative, antibiotic, tonifying, etc. The taste of a food or herb can tell us where the energy of that food or herb will be directed and what their action on each organ system will be.
This rose lotus berry smoothie is tangy and sweet, and it’ll thoroughly hydrate your every cell like no tomorrow! It harmonizes the flavours of grapefruit, strawberries, mango, raspberries, cardamom and a bit of coconut oil with a single medjool date for a hint of natural sweetness.
With an Ayurvedic sensibility, these rose tahini cookies are an excellent opportunity to use food as medicine to calm and ground, especially if you’re feeling scattered and anxious. The mildly sweet taste from the maple syrup is calming and these “everyday” cookies make a great augmenting part of a meal, or as part of a child (or child at heart)’s lunchbox.
This fruit smoothie is packed with pineapple, mango, bananas, coconut water, a little bit of ginger, and the Wild Bloom Botanicals green superfood detox powder! It’s a great way to get hydrated and makes for an easy and quick snack, post-workout or breakfast, naturally gluten free, dairy free, and grain free.
This rose cacao chai raw tiramisu is easy to make, sweet and nutty, infused with chai spices, naturally sweetened with maple syrup and dates, with the rose cacao elixir blend by Wild Bloom Botanicals. Enjoy with tea or as an afternoon snack.
If you’re into chocolate, look no further! This recipe for raw Nanaimo bars with medicinal mushrooms and cacao with a cashew based filling that’s slightly lemony. Just like the classic recipe found at snack bars, markets and coffee shops across the land
Sparkling Blood Orange Golden Tonic This sparkling non-alcoholic, turmeric tonic is sweet, tangy, refreshing, relaxing, and nourishing. With each sip you'll feel the sweet serenity of the ashwagandha and the nourishment of the turmeric. This is a great way to get a potent dose of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories