There’s nothing more refreshing than a tall glass of iced tea on a summer day, right? Most traditional iced tea is made out of black tea that, because of it’s caffeine content, is actually dehydrating. Let’s take this classic, hot weather beverage up a notch by combining tasty medicinal herbs that are not only hydrating but cooling as well!
Our hearts grow heavier by the moment as we watch the progression of the California fires. We’re sending love and a huge bubble of protection to surround family, friends, clients, homes, businesses, our beloved open spaces, and all the brave, dedicated people on the front lines. If there is any positivity that comes from a catastrophe like this it is the strength that has arisen in our community and the support that we provide one another. We can feel the love!
Unfortunately, for many of us, stress is an uninvited guest during the holidays. It can be hard to balance the the normal, day-to-day duties on top of planning social engagements, looking for the perfect gifts, baking, menu planning, and hosting family from out of town. I think we can all agree that the financial aspect of our holiday causes stress as well.
Our bodies have the natural ability to detoxify on a regular basis as a way to maintain homeostasis, or balance. Our livers are constantly working to filter out substances which are either foreign or are waste byproducts of our metabolic processes. (We must actually detoxify from our own hormones in this way.)