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Shrubs AKA Drinking Vinegars

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If you love all things fermented such as kombucha, water kefir or perhaps you are trying to kick the soda habit, shubs are a fantastic way to go.

Shrubs began in Eroupe as a way to get down the more bitter and not so palatable herbs used medicinally.

I agree, it is a fabulous way to drink to your health!
I'm foremost a tea-aholic so of course I'm incorporating my left over herbal tea blend from Cardamom & Curry for this D.I.Y. herbal shrub.  This makes it easy and is using the left over, real ingredients, that Cardamom & Curry are well known for.  (They hand craft each bag of nourishing goodness and I was absolutely delighted to meet them and discover their teas!)

For today's shrub, we are using the brewed contents of Kali's Offering.

First I made a pot of kali's offering which includes Hibiscus Flowers, Cardamom, Cloves, Ginger, Lemongrass, Mint & Rose Hips.  What a power house of nutriment!

Additionally this tea has a natural, beautiful & v…

This Week's Featured Product; tooth powder & a GIVEAWAY!!!

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Ever wonder why bones and other tissues are able to heal and regenerate, but not teeth?

We are told that the same vitamin (well hormone actually, speaking of "vitamin" D that is) & minerals that are good for making strong bones are also good for our teeth. 

So might it be possible to aid our teeth back to a better state of health as well as say, a broken bone?

And do our teeth really tell the state of our overall health, like many a dentist  preach?    

In fact, all of the above is what many doctors have been saying for a long time now.
Dr. Weston A. Price, Sir (Dr.) Edward Mellanby, Dr. Thomas E. Levy, medical researcher Ty Bollinger & others all conclude that diet affects oral health and your oral health determines your overall well being. 


According to many more doctors, the same bacteria that cause gum disease can also cause heart disease.  And thus having more plaque in your mouth can lead to or be a symptom of having more plaque in your arteries.
Either or …