Herbal Health Drink 1
I came across this lavender lemonade recipe a few days ago and instantly wanted to try it. I think it was the beautiful pink color that drew me to it – but the health benefits of lavender were also a major attraction.
Lavender has a huge array of health benefits. It helps to get rid of migraines, dizziness and digestive disorders. It promotes natural sleep and eases insomnia, and it can be used as an antiseptic and disinfectant to heal wounds.
One of the other major ingredients is lemon. I’m sure you are very aware of the power of lemons for boosting health – but this fruit is more than just a rich source of Vitamin C.
Lemons contain compounds called limonoids that have been identified to assist in fighting cancers of the mouth, skin, lung, breast, stomach and colon. Lemon is a powerful little fruit and you can get a great does from this lavender lemonade drink.
For this recipe you will need dried lavender buds which you can get here on Amazon, and you will also need organic raw blue agave nectar which you can buy from here.
Click here to check out this Lavender Lemonade recipe from ThymeWisper.org
Are you a lavender lover? Learn more about lavender by picking up a copy of The Lavender Lover’s Handbook.
Lavender Lemonade from ThymeWisper.org
Herbal Health Drink 2
Dr. Joel Fuhrman is a best selling author of such books as Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer.
Dr. Fuhrman takes a natural approach to health and wellbeing and has developed a drink recipe that he likes to call Dr. Fuhrman’s Green Longevity Drink.
It contains herbs, super fruits, vitamin packed vegetables and seeds and is a tasty way to get an antioxidant kick.
Click here to read the recipe for Dr. Fuhrman’s Green Longevity Drink.
In this blog post I’ve shared two recipes from other natural health bloggers. Do you have your own recipe? Or a favourite recipe that you’ve read online or in a book? If so, share it below by leaving a comment.
Dr. Fuhrman’s Green Longevity Drink
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