Immunity Shot

The Yaragua is out in full force here, huh? The beautiful purple-red plant that grows all over the mountains. Tiko and I travel right through it, it brushing our legs with it’s long feathery stems. Unfortunately I’ve read of at least one person who is allergic to it, so here is an immunity shot to boost your system. Keep it going!

Recipe of the Day – Immunity Shot

Ingredients:

juice of one lemon

1/4 ” ginger

juice of one orange

orange wedge

dash cayenne

Directions: Mix all together and down it, using the orange wedge as decoration.

Word of the Day – immunidad – immunity

Tip of the Day – Drink this daily, and boost your system daily by large doses of vitamin C, perhaps zinc, as well, just flooding the body with vitamins and minerals.

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Joint and Muscle Medicinal Tea

I have to say, one of the hardest things about going to live a simpler life, is the lack of financial ability to help your children. My daughter, Clare has been hit horribly with spiritual attacks this month, after doing incredible healing work for others. The last was this car accident. Right after she fixed her car, now it is totaled. Her body was slammed against the airbag, with her neck and arm hurt horribly. She has two broken ribs and a fractured collarbone, as well as whiplash. If anyone wants to go to my facebook page and click on the GoFundMe link to donate, it sure would help her medical and car bills. Thanks for anything you can do! If you can’t help monetarily, as I can’t, we sure get it, and TOTALLY understand. Will you please send your prayers, mantras, and good energies her way? Thank you all for the continued support for me and my family. We are so loved and so grateful for you all.

Dorothy

Recipe of the Day – Joint and Muscle Tea

Ingredients:

1 pinch of each of the following herbs or roots:

rooibos

turmeric

nettle

dandelion root

ginger

holy basil

lemongrass

birch or willow bark

Directions: Bring a pot of water to almost a boil. Put the herbs and roots in a colander or sieve, and lay across the teapot you will pour your tea into. Pour the water over the medicinals and let steep for twenty minutes. Drink religiously throughout the day.

Word of the Day – huesos – bones

Tip of the Day – When you choose a tea for health, drink it, not only throughout the day, but daily, until your intuition says to take a break from it.

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Sesame Lime Pesto

What to do with the beautiful basil Georgia brought from her own garden? Fresh and organic for the potluck? Pesto! 

Recipe of the Day – Sesame Lime Pesto
Ingredients:
2 cloves garlic, chopped or 1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 c. sesame seeds or tahini
1 c. chopped, fresh Basil
Juice of 1 Lime or Lemon (2-3 tablespoons)

¼ c. or sesame Olive oil
¼ c. pineapple clove tea (Find the recipe in the search engine of this blog)
Salt & pepper to taste

Directions: Add garlic & tahini to a food processor and blend well.. Add basil and pulse a few times before adding the  lime or lemon juice. Mix for about 30 seconds. Turn the food processor on and slowly stream in olive oil. Add the tea to make a creamier dip, Add salt and pepper to taste and serve over rice, roasted veggies, toss with zucchini noodles and use as an appetizer dip with veggies!

Word of the Day –  albahaca – basil

Tip of the Day – Use fresh basil here quickly as it goes bad fast, as ny picked green. But it sure grows well, wow!

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Throat and Lung Tea

When I had my kids around, I would keep a bag of licorice sticks, not the candy, but from the bark itself, around for when they had sore throats. They would chew on the bark and ease their sore throats immediately! It was amazing.  I believe the girls taught me that!

Clare

Recipe of the Day – Throat and Lung Tea

Ingredients:

1 pinch each of the following

Elderberry

Peppermint

oregano

1 piece Licorice Bark

Directions: Put all the herbs in a small colander or tea strainer. Bring the water to almost a boil and pour over the herbs. Steep for twenty minutes.

Word of the Day – medicina – medicine

Tip of the Day – For respiratory function and immune support, the tea is a great way to soothe the whole upper respiratory system. And it just feels good.

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Nervous System Tea

I was pulling in to the Community Center on my bike, when a little boy on his red trike, asked me to race him. How cute is that! And he won, of course. How do spanish-speaking kids say, ‘Ready? Set…Go!” “En sus marcas, listos, fuera!”

Recipe of the Day – Calming Tea

Ingredients:

1 pinch each of the following herbs:

Peppermint

Chamomile

Passionflower

Lavender

Kava Kava

Schizandra

Rose petals

Directions: Place all herbs in a little colander or big tea strainer. Bring water to almost a boil, then pour the water over the leaves. Steep for twenty minutes,

Word of the Day – calmate – calm down

Phrase of the Day – En sus marcas, listos, fuera – On your marks, get set, go!

Tip of the Day – Be ready to go to sleep with this medicinal tea. These are intense sleep-producers, for restfulness and a balanced mood.

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Gluten – Free Apple Chocolate Cookies

What to do with the leftover apples, bananas and chocolate from the Potluck? Make cookies, of course, claro!

Recipe of the Day – GF Chocolate Apple Cookies
Ingredients:
3 ripe bananas, mashed

2 apples, chopped fine
1 tsp. vanilla
1/4 c. coconut oil
3 T. coconut crystals

2 1/4 c. oats
½ c. platano flour

2 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. baking powder
¼ tsp.salt (optional)
½ c. chocolate bits, nibs or raisins

Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare a cookie sheet with oil or parchment paper. Mash the bananas, apples, vanilla, oil and sugar into a creamy consistency in a large bowl. Combine oats, flour, baking powder and salt and to the wet ingredients. Stir in the chocolate or raisins, or both! Place rounded, heaping tablespoons onto an ungreased baking sheet . Bake for 15-18 minutes.

Word of the Day – claro – clearly, clearly, of course!

Tip of the Day – The apples aren’t that special here, but they sure make a nice cookie, applesauce  or bread.

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Clare’s Peanut Sauce over Rice and Potatoes

Here’s my daughter’s recipe for her peanut sauce.

Recipe of the Day – Peanut Sauce over Rice and Potatoes

Ingredients:

2 c. cooked brown rice

1/2 inch cubes potatoes, boiled or broiled  for 7-10 minutes

Sauce:

2 c. coconut milk

I tsp. turmeric,

2 sprigs lemongrass,

1/2 tsp fresh ginger, grated

1 clove garlic, minced

1/2 c. crunchy peanut butter

1/4-1/2 c. creamy peanut butter

1Tbs. soy sauce or Bragg’s Aminos

1/8 tsp sesame oil

pinch cardamom

curry powder to taste

Directions: Combine all ingredients for the sauce together in  food processor or blender, and pour over each serving of potatoes and rice. Que rico!

Word of the Day – abuelita – little grandma

Tip of the Day – It’s hard sometimes, to put yourself out there. Just do it, occasionally, like giving, for no reason.

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Marley’s Raspberry Leaf Pineapple Tea

Well, the Women’s Potluck/Clothes Share was a wonderful success. Everyone brought food and clothes to share. And it was just so relaxed, with vibrant, wonderful women. I am truly rich to know them. Funny, ’cause we didn’t have electricity the entire day, but everyone was so at ease, these powerful, confident, beautiful women. We had a wonderful mix of veggies, fresh basil and fruits from gardens, fruit salad with yogurt, three types of tea, raw crackers, chocolate fondue, dried bananas, beans, and Quinoa Corn Salad with Avocado. So good! Everything! I feel entirely full in body and spirit.


Recipe of the Day –
 Raspberry Tea

Ingredients:

1/4 c. raspberry leaves

1 tsp. cinnamon

1 c. pineapple juice

sweetener of choice

Directions:

It was great to be with you guys!! Thanks for having us. I made the Red Raspberry tea with cinnamon and put it in the fridge to chill than I added pineapple juice and a sweetener…

Word of the Day – exito – success

Tip of the Day – Marli says, “Benefits:
Supports the glandular system.
Promotes balance throughout the digestive tract.
Helps strengthen the uterus.
How It Works:
The leaves of the red raspberry plant contain trace amounts of several minerals and vitamins. Women have used red raspberry leaves for centuries to support the female reproductive system, especially during pregnancy. Red raspberry leaves contain high levels of tannins and fruit acids, making this herb a popular astringent. Astringents tighten and tone tissues. Red raspberry may also help support the digestive system and colon.
RASPBERRY LEAF TEA BENEFITS:
Relaxation and stress reduction
Attack inflammation
Lowers possibility of C-section
Balances PMS symptoms
Boosts fertility in men and women
Aids in miscarriage prevention
Eases morning sickness
Alleviates leg cramps and edema in the 3rd
trimester
Produces more productive contractions
Increases quality of breast milk
Regulates postpartum hormones
Cures stomachaches
Xoxo
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Concentration Tea

A new friend of mine gave me a taste of ORMUS, also known as white powder gold, or the Philosopher’s Stone. It was discovered in 1975 by an Arizona farmer named David Hudson who discovered some material in his soil that he had never seen before. He laid it out to dry in the hot Arizona sun so he could have it analyzed, but the stuff exploded in a big flash of light and disappeared/ But when he dried it without the use of sunlight it didn’t disappear.

The tests showed that this material reacted differently to various heat and cold treatments.  The turning point was at 70 seconds heat treatment. When Hudson stopped the process at 69 seconds the powder contained no precious elements, yet at 70 seconds or over it did.

Ormus is a superconductor. Hudson  showed by dissecting animal brains that they too contained Ormus. According to Hudson our brains contain at least 5% Ormus. This percentage can be raised considerably if we take in food and water with a high Ormus content.

Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements, or ORMEs. This has become known as Ormus and stands for what are twelve known elements which exist both in a material and an immaterial, energetic form. These are the known Ormus elements:

* Cobalt

* Nickel

* Copper

* Ruthenium

* Rhodium

* Palladium

* Silver

* Osmium

* Iridium

* Platinum

* Gold

* Mercury

Ormus is life energy.

Interesting, huh? So people take it in liquid form for thirty days, or more. What happened to me was extremely high energy, happiness and at the same time, incredible stillness inside, working on each of the chakras, in turn, and always remaining in the 3rd Eye. For a good, almost 24 hours. Bill Lanphar makes it here in Vilcabamba, and you can buy it from him.

ORMUS gold

Recipe of the Day – Concentration Tea

ingredients:

1 pinch each of the following herbs:

Yerba Mate

Ashwaganda

Holy Basil

Gingko

Matcha

Lemon Balm

Directions: Bring a pot of water almost to a boil. Fill a tea strainer with the herbs, and place it over your teapot or mug. Pour the water directly over and let the herbs steep for 20 minutes.

Word of the Day – oro – gold

Tip of The Day – Use this for healthy mental function and memory.

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Clare’s GF Cake Pops

You know, and you all in Vilca probably know, that my jeans have been way, falling off of me too big for almost two years. Okay, I boiled my jeans for forty minutes, laid them out flat to dry and, unless I just gained some substantial weight, they shrunk down a size. Yay! Even if it is just for a day or twp, it’s nice to wear my old jeans again. You could also throw them in a drier to shrink them down, if you have one!

 Recipe of the Day – Gluten-Free Cake Pops
Clare’s gluten-free cake pops

Ingredients:

  • baked & cooled gluten-free cake (find one in the search engine of this blog!)
  • coconut dairy-free frosting (search on this blog) or frosting of choice
  • chocolate bits
  • sprinkles or coconut sugar

Directions:

  • Bake and cool gluten-free cake. Using your hands, crumble cake into a large bowl until uniformly sized, as pictured.
  • Stir in frosting, 1/2 cup at a time, until the cake and frosting holds together when squeezed together in your palm,
  • Shape to the size you desire for your pop. Freeze for at least an hour. Using a double-boiler and working quickly, heat and stir chocolate until it is smooth and melted. Dip the end of a straw or cake-pop stick into the melted, very thin chocolate, and insert into the middle of each cake pop.
    Roll the pop through the melted chocolate and then sprinkle with coconut sugar or gluten-free sprinkles.Lay on wax paper on a cookie sheet.to cool and store in containers in the freezer before serving.
  • Word of the Day – pantalones – pants

Tip of the Day – Don’t be surprised if you lose a bunch of weight when you come here. The lack of processed and frozen foods, and just not having the things you ordinarily eat in the states, melts it right off of you!

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