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Meet Our Co-Hosts !

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Jessica Davis is an RN and a Health Coach specializing in helping other moms and nurses with gut health. Her Health Coach certification is from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She also has post-baccalaureate education in Herbal Studies from the Maryland University of Integrative Health, is a Certified Gut Thrive in 5 Practitioner, is NLP certified, and has worked in aquatics. Jessica is a mother of three and grandmother to four. She believes you should never stop learning and that Nature is your greatest healer, and she would love to visit with you.

 

https://www.jessicadavisrn.com/
https://linktr.ee/organicgirlhealthcoaching

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Carla Adams uses tuning forks in the human biofield to help clients break free of non-serving emotional thought patterns. She specializes in ancestral clearing and is author of “Ancestral River, A Spiritual Journey for the Living and the Dead.” She has a background in horticulture, real estate, insurance, and health care, and lives with her husband in the rural Midwest, where she enjoys being a mother and grandmother, growing medicinal herbs, and sending intentions through trees. She has recorded sessions available, and would also love to get to know you in one-on-one sessions.

https://www.ancestralriver.com/

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Ramie Haas is an elder who loves YOU! She is a healer with yoga, meditation, hypnosis, energy healing and everything else in her toolbox who wants to remind you that you are a Spark of the Divine!

With energy like that, it won't be hard to get you on the path of knowing very well that you are not your programs or false beliefs.

Ramie is a wife, mother, and grandmother. Connect with her to help heal the wounds you don't need anymore!!

https://heal.me/practitioner/ramie-haas-life-coach-reiki-guided-meditation-hypnotherapy-nlp-eft-yoga-nutrition

Herbal Tea Recipes - Episode 5

Jessica's Christmas Herbal Tea
2 inch cinnamon stick, broken into pieces
2 teaspoons organic dandelion root
2 teaspoons dried ginger root
1 teaspoon dried orange peel
1 teaspoon dried licorice root
1 green cardamom pod, cracked
2 whole cloves
Add ingredients to 1-2 cups filtered water and bring to a boil and then let simmer for 5-10 minutes (depending on how strong you want it)
Add raw, local honey to taste


Carla's Spice Tea
This recipe makes about 9 quarts of tea, that can be stored in the refrigerator for at least a week. Use of organic ingredients is recommended.
Fill a 10-quart stock pot to within an inch of the top with filtered water, and place the pot on a stove burner Add:
10 pieces of 2-3 inch cinnamon sticks
The following can be added to the pot individually to float in the water, or place all in a large tea ball (so I can remove all the small pieces without straining the whole pot of tea) then place the filled tea ball into the stock pot:
2 tablespoons herbal rooibos tea
3 or 4 inch chunck of fresh ginger root, cleaned or peeled, then sliced
(can use dried ginger root, maybe 2 tablespoons, or to taste)
1 tablespoon whole cloves
5 whole cardamom pods, cracked
1 whole nutmeg, cracked
8 black pepper corns
Bring to a boil; boil 10 minutes. Turn off the stove burner. Allow pot to cool for at least 2 hours, letting flavors integrate.
Fill a large coffe mug with tea and drink warm. Raw, local honey and/or full-fat organic canned coconut milk can be added to taste.
When the remaining tea in the pot has cooled, use a large ladel to divide the tea up into 8 or 9 glass quart jars, placing cinnamon sticks and contents of tea ball into compost or trash. Secure lids on jars, place in refrigerator.

Elderberry Syrup
Use organic ingredients when possible.
2/3 cup organic dried elder berries
3-1/2 cup filtered water
1 piece 2-3 inch cinnamon stick
1 teaspoon whole cloves
2-3" chunk fresh ginger root, cleaned and sliced. (Or 2 tablespoon dried ginger root)
Place all ingredients into a saucepan.
Bring to a boil, then reduce to simmer, uncovered, and let it simmer 30-40 minutes, or until about one-third or half of the water has evaporated.
Pour through a strainer into a glass bowl or 4-cup measuring cup. Allow to cool until still slightly warm.
Add 1 cup raw, local honey.
Stir until honey dissolves.
Store in a glass jar in refrigerator for up to 30 days. Adult serving: 1 tablespoon of the syrup by mouth per day. Child serving: half of this
Baby: consult your health care provider of choice
This is to boost your immune system, and is especially helpful if you are having flu-type symptoms of fever, achiness, etc. In cases of flu-symptoms, an adult serving can be increased to a 2 oz. glass once or twice a day for only 1-2 days if needed, then return to the normal serving dose.

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