Daily Archives: February 21, 2013
Kaffir Lime Leaves
Also Known as: Kieffer Lime Leaves, Bai Makrut or Makrut Lime Leaf
Ingredients: Dried Kaffir Lime Leaves
Taste and Aroma: Fragrant, powerful and one of a kind authentic Lime flavor.
Uses: Soup, curry, rice, syrup, Thai cuisine, Creole cuisine, rum, coconut soup and salad.
Fun Fact: Kaffir Lime Leaves are rare and expensive due to the harvesting process; which involves hand picking from long thorny branches.
Institut Anca Anca Cercel N.D.
Pimple & Acne
The first way with rubbed
A sliced lime and then rubbed on the skin. lime it’s good to help eliminate acne and oil content in the skin of the face but not for too long will actually be damaged. Just 15-20 minutes, then flush with cold water. with use of 1-3 times a week at most. Because too often will make the skin is broken, so that weakens the defense of our skin. really sore but it will be free from acne. Note: Jeruk nipis not suggestion for person that have dry skin and sensitive skin
The second way with pressed1 lime, sliced into sections approximately 5-6 and then in the press and press into the face (not rubbed) to avoid painful, leave it to dry itself …. after that, wash your face thoroughly.
Anca Cercel N.D.
Ayurveda it is One of My Highest Interest and always Reccomend to my patients and using my self a lots of Recipes !!! Ayurveda it is the key to the Healing and even in Cosmetics Practice so many uses and so efficient !!! I am working to open the door more and fr people to get more informed !!! Lots of people here in North America are very dependents on Drugs !!!! It is a need of Education , for a New Understanding of the Global Means of Healing !!!! Ayurveda it is the ” Great Medicine ” and first think people may have to look for before jumping to Drugs who are only creating other diseases !!!! Have a Great Day and very Grateful for ” meeting ” You !!! Best Regards !
I have written about gold many times. There was golden sesame in Japanese gomasio , golden honey coloured sesame oil, Ghee – the liquid gold, turmeric – a spice more precious than gold, soon I will also be writing about (real) gold in cosmetics.
The popularity of both the metal and the colour is as great and constant as fascination with the sun, the source of golden light, light and life dating back thousands of years.
So here’s another product, the name of which, golden milk, comes from the golden light of the sun and its soothing qualities.
While Ayurveda recommends drinking milk, as a holy, precious and irreplaceable food (of course we are talking about real milk from real cows, not out of a box), it does not recommend drinking it without prior preparation. In the West, the
widespread and unquestioning focus on milk as a source of protein and calcium, assisting in the prevention of…
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Spices can boost immunity indirectly. By stimulating digestive enzymes, they improve your body’s ability to extract nutrients from foods. They benefit immunity directly through their anti-oxidant value. In fact, they are really “Super Foods.”
Here’s a winter spice mixture masala for enhancing immunity.
• 3 parts Indian Turmeric
• 3 parts Ground Cumin
• 3 parts Ground Indian Coriander
• 1 part Ground Fennel
• 1 part Powdered Ginger
• 1 part Ground Black Pepper
• 1/4 part Ground Cinnamon
• 1/4 part Ground Cardamom
Mix all the powdered spices well and store in an airtight container in a cool place away from direct sun. Some people will want to omit the Fennel and or the Cardamom.