This face mask It is super high in vitamins and minerals. Helps tone and moisturize the skin, Soothes inflamed skin, can help open up clogged pores and helps to remove toxins from the skin
2 Tablespoons of Kelp powder
1 Tablespoon of water
The gel of 1 aloe leaf or 1/4 of the gel from bottle
Mix 2 tablespoons of kelp powder with about 1 tablespoon of water. Mix until you have a paste. Add the juice from one aloe leaf. Mix everything together. Apply to face and leave on for about 15-20 minutes. Remove with warm water and pat your face dry. Follow up with a moisturizer.
Research suggests that kelp may be able to address both of the major problems underlying Western mal-nutrition: excessive energy intake and deficient nutrient intake. When scientists tested it in higher concentrations, they found that alginate, one of the fibers found in Kelp, reduced the body's fat uptake by 75 percent. This fiber is more effective anti-obesity agent than any over-the-counter weight-loss drug. Kelp is also packed with more vitamins and trace minerals than probably any other seaweed. Aside from containing impressive quantities of vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K, kelp is also loaded with protein, fiber, iodine, and sodium.
In recent years, herbal medicines have been on the rise as people have discovered the harmful effects synthetic drugs have on our bodies.
Herbal medicines are full of therapeutic properties that allow the body to heal naturally rather than altering the chemical makeup up of your body. Each supplement is derived from plant seeds, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers that are safe for bodies to ingest.
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2 Parts fo-ti powder
1 part ashwagandha
1 part astragalus powder
1 part cardamon powder
1 part cinnamon powder
1 part licorice root powder
1 part Siberian ginseng powder
1/2 part echinacea powder
1/4 part ginger powder
Mix all herbs together in a bowl. Add enough honey and water to make a paste. Be sure that the paste isn't to dry. Herbal pastes made from dry herbs can be spread on toast, eaten from the spoon, or added to boiling water for an instant tea
Dr. Toni is a Best-selling author, Holistic Health Practitioner (HHP) & Registered Herbalist in San Diego, California. She holds a PhD in psychology, and a Clinical Herbalist Certificate, an HHP certificate and is a Certified Trainer in the Success Principles. In private practice as a HHP she has been influenced by a variety of clinical modalities and orientations, and by the diverse life experiences of her clients. Toni’s approach to healing is holistic & transpersonal. In her work, she integrates the principles of Eastern and Western nutrition, herbololgy, energy medicine, Buddhist mindfulness and personal counseling to assist others in working through their physical or emotional blocks to attain optimal health.