Love Your Heart Home Remedy

 

With cardamom, hawthorn, honey and rose hips as some of the ingredients, you can’t go wrong!!

Have you made electuaries yet?

Big yum factor. Good thing there are so many tasty ways to get herbs into us!
I’ve been making this Love Your Heart Electuary for a couple decades now and I’ll tell you what…It is a crowd pleaser for sure!

Take a look at the video and see just how simple this home remedy is!
 

Ok just what is an electuary?

Electuary is a fancy name for powdered herbs mixed into honey and this recipe also adds ghee to the honey base.

Honey and ghee–they’re both delivery mediums. What they do is help to deliver herbs deeper into the body. They also enhance digestion and the nutritional properties that are in the herbs. This is a not so common, great way to take herbs!

With cardamom, hawthorn berries and honey as some of the ingredients, you can’t go wrong!!

Cardamom

Full of flavonoids, cardamom reduces inflammation throughout the entire cardiovascular system. It also reduces platelet aggregation which is when blood cells stick together, creating thicker, harder to pump blood.

Hawthorn berries

Hawthorn berries are one of her best herbal tonics for the heart. Hawthorn strengthens the heart, helps maintain healthy veins and arteries and reduces inflammation that contributes to heart disease.

Find out more about the healing qualities of all the spices used in this recipe. It is full of cardiovascular tonic yumminess!

I am glad home herbalism can be so delicious!

Watch the video here, also don’t forget to download the recipe sheet!

 

To your health!

 

 

 

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Hello I’m Kami, Welcome to Living Awareness!

I believe every family needs to have someone on board with a working knowledge of natural remedies if you want to take care of your family’s health for real.

When I was growing up, natural remedies was not a mainstream concept like it is now, in fact, you are going to be surprised that I never even heard the word natural remedy until I moved out of the house!

In my early 20’s I met someone by chance that told me about holistic health and herbal medicine. I wondered why nobody had talked to me about it before and had a voracious appetite to learn everything I could.

Now, 30 years later I've helped thousands of people demystify the world of herbal medicine and become empowered in using herbal self-care in their home to prevent illness, take care of common ailments and protect their health naturally.

For 20 years I've had a clinical herbal practice connecting people with plants and their wellness. I've developed and taught herbal curriculum for UCSF School of Nursing and the Integral Health Master’s Degree Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Stick with me! You’ll learn awesome herbal self-care, get inspired to be more self-sufficient in your health care and nourish a deep love for the herbs and how to use them, knowing you are doing the very best you can to care for your wellness.

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June
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I really enjoyed this video. Thank you, Kami!
An electuary is new to me and I’m excited to try it! think I’m going to really enjoy this specific one for the benefits you’ve spoken of.
I appreciate the information of each of the herbs and their actions upon the body systems.
Great job and again, very much appreciated!

Rose
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Kami, what a GREAT video, and so much information!! Thanks so much!
Could you substitute coconut oil for the ghee, or would that change how it works in your body?
Also, with all the anti-inflammatory properties, would it be safe to assume it would help reduce cholesterol?
I love the rose hip info, and how to harvest and use them – love the detail you put in! I ALWAYS learn so much from you and what you share. It’s the ‘little things’ that you add in that make all the difference!!! Thanks again. Blessings to you!!

Debbie
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Mmmmm! This sounds sooo good!!!! I’m thinking of drizzling it over baked winter squash…….among other things. Thank you for sharing!

Ellen
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Wow Kami, you never fail to teach me something new and inspire me. Thanks so much for the info on ghee, I haven’t used it lately but it is a fantastic kitchen friend, now I know how to utilize it much better! As always, I hope you know how much we all appreciate your wisdom and friendliness.

Tonya
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Kami,

Thank you so very much for sharing so much healing information!!! I noticed in the comments that we can substitute coconut oil for the ghee, what else could you sub in? Where would I go to find ghee? Thanks again.

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