How do you spell relief?

Check out the PDF version of my power point – How do you spell

((click here for) R-E-L-I-E-F)? Gas, bloating, constipation, digestive woes….

Cream cheese - smoked oysters - fermented onions on a carrot "cracker"

Today I used Flax seed “gel” to fix my hair. Honestly, I looked the best I have in days!

Here is the recipe from The Healthy Home Economist:

Natural Hair Gel 

Makes about 4 oz

Ingredients

1 cup filtered water

2 Tbl organic whole flax seeds (where to source)

Few drops of essential oils for natural fragrance (optional)

Few drops of aloe vera gel for a moisturizing effect (optional)

Directions

Bring the cup of filtered water to a boil.  Stir in the flax seeds, turn down the heat to medium and let simmer for between 7-10 minutes.

*Do not simmer longer than 10 minutes else you won’t be able to strain out the flax seeds from the gel.

Strain out the flax seeds using a strainer or cheesecloth and let the gel cool.  Mix a few drops of essential oils and/or aloe vera if desired.

Pour gel into a small bottle and refrigerate.

 

Ash Wednesday Meeting – 02/13/13

Today our discussion centered on the premise that “If you believe you can heal, you can.” Your journey might not provide healing in the way you envisioned, but it will be healing.

We reviewed culturing cream; Cultured Cream(see slides). Sampled vegetable medley, ginger kombucha, ginger tea, chicken broth. We had a quick demonstration of making chicken broth. We sampled sauerkraut, and got a glimpse of how a Pickl-it works; www.pickl-it.com.

We discussed an overview of the information available about the Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF). The Mount Marty College Library has many of the “Thumbs Up” books discussed in the WAPF journals. They can be checked out with a free membership to the library, or through Inter-library loan.