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Raw hemp milk

Hemp seeds are an ideal superfood for a raw food or vegan diet due to their protein and essential fatty acid content. This quick and easy recipe for a raw food hemp milk made from hemp seeds can be used over raw granola, a bowl of fruit, in smoothies and shakes, or enjoyed on its own.


  • 1/2 cup hemp seeds
  • 2 cups water
  •  2 medjool dates
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Hempmilk Variations:
  • Add 1/2 teaspoon orange zest
  • Add 2 tablespoons raw cacao powder
  • Add 1/2 teaspoon of spice such as cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, or allspice


Blend all of the ingredients together on high speed for 20 seconds. Optionally, you can strain the liquid through a cheesecloth to remove the seed particles. Serve your hemp milk immediately or refrigerate in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

Avocado Lime vegan Muffins



2 cups whole wheat pastry flour

3 tablespoons sugar/ silan/mayple

1 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 avocado

2 teaspoons lime zest

1/4 cup olive oil (I used Persian Lime)

1/4 cup freshly squeezed lime juice

about 2 tablespoons warm water (or almonds milk, etc)

Preheat oven

Combine dry ingredients in a bowl. In a smaller bowl, combine avocado, lime juice, lime zest, and olive oil, mixing until smooth

. Mix wet ingredients with dry, then add additional water (or other liquid) 1 tablespoon at a time until batter is moist but not runny.

Fill muffin tins 3/4 way full. Bake for 15-20 minutes.

All natural hand sanitizer

An all-natural hand sanitizer with witch hazel, aloe vera and essential oils that really works to kill germs and viruses.
  • 4 oz. (1/2 cup) alcohol free witch hazel hydrosol with aloe vera or just water
  • 12 drops of Tea tree oil
  • 24 drops of Eucalyptus
  • 12 drops of Bergamot oil
 I use witch hazel instead of water because the oils dissolve better in it, although still not completely. They don’t dissolve in water at all (oil and water don’t mix). Plus, witch hazel has it’s own skin-healing properties and even may help fight bacterias so I also use it on bug and ant bites, poison ivy rashes, acne, cuts, burns, etc.
  1. Mix all ingredients in a glass spray bottle and shake.
  2. Spray on hands and rub in.
  3. Shake before each use.,

Be aware! another hazerd chemical in tresitional cosmetics

Be aware!
Formaldehyde-releasing preservatives:
DMDM hydantoin, diazolidinyl urea, imidazolidinyl urea, methenamine, quaternium-15, and sodium hydroxymethylglycinate.

These formaldehyde-releasing agents are used as preservatives in a wide range of cosmetics, They are a concern because they slowly and continuously release small amounts of formaldehyde which can irritate skin and eyes and trigger allergies at low doses and  is classifies as a known human carcinogen.

Eczema-Triggers and treatment

Why do some people get eczema when others do not?

Genetic predisposition, immune system weakness and/or overload, and stress all have an effect.

“But the root issue involved with eczema is almost always underlying digestive weakness. Even if you donʼt experience tummy upset, your digestive system may be impaired due to poor diet, stress, or other factors.” (Source: The Eczema Cure, emphasis mine)

why dermatologists can’t cure eczema?

The conventional treatments for eczema include: steroid creams, non-steroid petroleum based lotions, antihistamines, and anti-itch medicines. These medications work with varying degrees of success, but typically after a variable period of time, eczema flares again.

These treatments fail because stopping the rash does not resolve the reason why the rash is happening in the first place. Eczema  is a reflection of a deeper, internal imbalance typically originating from poor digestion.  Creams and medicines to make the skin clear, dont treat the internal issues .It makes it look better, and you may feel better for a short period of time – but ultimately the underlying issues must be healed.

3 Foods That Often Trigger Eczema

1. Wheat, and any food containing gluten

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: Barley, rye and any oats not specificallylabeled as gluten-free.  Here are some surprising ways you can get “glutened.”

  • Foods that don’t list gluten anywhere on the label. Gluten is used as a stabilizing agent in products such as ketchup and ice cream. But don’t always expect to see it on a food’s ingredient list: If it’s used in the manufacturing process, it’s often not mentioned on the label of the product.
  • Personal care and beauty products. Shampoos, soaps, deodorants, lipsticks, lotions, all-natural hair sprays and even things like hand sanitizer often contain gluten in the form of wheat germ oil, hydrolized wheat protein, oats, hydrolized oat protein, textured plant protein, etc.
  • Vitamins and supplements.  Nearly 25% contain or are contaminated with gluten.
  • Bulk bins. Those addictive dried mangos or raw walnuts may be sitting in a bin that previously held cereal, oats or cornmeal.

2. Dairy

Some may find it helpful to eliminate all dairy temporarily, while others may find that they do well with raw dairy. Except in the cases of extreme allergy, dairy can often be reintroduced after some healing has taken place.

Corn and corn-containing products

Like gluten, corn is found in more foods than you might think. If you find you are extremely sensitive to corn, you may also react to corn-fed meat and poultry, as well as most processed foods that contain ingredients such as cornstarch, citric acid, dextrin, maltodextrin or dextrose .

There are two ways to identify and address dietary triggers for eczema – allergy testing and/or elimination diets.

Many of you have reported amazing results using Pure’s Eczema Treatment Cream for babies or adults. sending photos and really being happy with the results!

Using the cream on a clean and dry skin, together with avoiding the triggers does a great job!

Thanks a lot to all your comments!

Clay tooth paste

An amazing clay tooth paste that will keep your gums healthy and your teeth shinning!

The clay is a fabulous starring ingredient in this toothpaste as it is smooth and mostly tasteless on its own. It has incredible medicinal properties as well so that if you accidentally swallow some it’s totally safe (and even potentially beneficial).

There are a number of scientific studies published that show the power of clay to draw out toxins from the body.


1/4 cup green clay

1/3 cup boiling water

2 tablespoons coconut oil

2 drops of peppermint essential oil

2 drops of lemon essential oil

(optional- few drops of stevia for the sweet taste)

Mix together the clay and water and add the rest.


Lets Glow!

Tired of looking tired? dry air and not enough sleep?

A swipe of moisturizer every day and night is a must for combating dryness, but it’s not always the cure-all. Drinking a daily cup of coconut water helps clear toxins in the body that can lessen skin’s radiance.

Treat your face to this healing mask once a week.

what you’ll need

1 Tbsp honey

1 Tbsp coconut water

1 egg

optional- 1 tablet of vitamin E

Combine the ingredients in a bowl, then apply to your face and neck using your fingers. After 20 minutes, rinse with warm water.

Get in the mood for love!

For help firing up a flagging libido, consider these all-natural aphrodisiacs-

Chili Peppers
These red-hot wonders are bursting with capsaicin, a chemical that helps speed up blood flow and spur an endorphin release similar to what the body experiences when aroused.What to do: Chili peppers can kick up your sex drive right away, so include jalapeno, cayenne, or habanero peppers whenever you need to heat things up.

Dark Chocolate
Cocoa contains antioxidants shown to increase levels of nitric oxide, a chemical compound thought to promote sexual function in both men and women.

What to do: Each day, eat about an ounce of dark chocolate with at least 60 percent cocoa content. The sweet stuff may also lower your blood pressure and keep inflammation in check.

Pumpkin seeds

contain zinc, the ultimate sex mineral. Studies show that women with a greater sex drive have higher levels of testosterone. To increase your testosterone, add zinc to your diet. Zinc blocks the enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen. A quarter-cup serving of pumpkin seeds may do the trick.


Considered one of the best libido-boosting foods since it’s rich in folate. A naturally occurring form of folic acid, folate regulates the production of histamine – the chemical that is released during an orgasm.


A powerful and multipurpose herb, dilates your blood vessels. Without the free passage of blood cells to the sex organs, sexual sensation decreases.

Aprodisiac Oil-

natural fragrances can open dialogue, boost feelings of closeness, & improve your sex and love life.


Pear Water- a great tip for coughing!

Pears are a stellar way to prevent colds and coughs from happening during fall and winter seasons. Known as a super fruit in some regions of the world, the pear holds precious cooling compounds to energize the lungs, keeping the area moist and free of bacteria. The pear has ways to excrete phlegm as well. The fruit is packed with potent nutrients and can help prevent chronic ailments.

The best way to help with coughing is to drink pear water:

Cut an organic peeled pear into pieces and place in a small pot

Add water and cook for 20-30 minutes

Babies from 6 months can drink the pear water and eat the soft pear pieces


Super food Smoothie!

Here is a list of super foods that are used in this great energy smoothie that is full of nutrients:

Cocoa beans / powder

Cocoa beans are the number one source of magnesium and they contain many other minerals like iron, calcium, zinc and chromium. Raw cocoa (not heated above 48 ° C) has high levels of antioxidants, much more than red wine and green tea. Cacao is also great for the heart and brain, is a natural laxative and hormonal balance. In general, cocoa beans give us amazing energy and make us feel happy (by raising serotonin levels) and relaxed.

How to Use: 1-2 teaspoons in smoothie, cereal, granola, salad, or eat with a little honey / maple syrup/ dates or just like that.

Chia Seeds

Very rich in Omega 3 fatty acids (6 times more than salmon) and full of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fiber. also contain a lot of calcium (higher than milk) and protein.

How to Use: 1-2 teaspoons in smoothie, porridge, yogurt or in salad.

Goji Berries

This is the number one herb in Chinese medicine for 6000 years. They are a great source of vegetable protein. They contain 18 amino acids, over 20 different minerals, vitamins (including vitamin C), beta carotene and antioxidants. They stimulate the body to produce growth hormone (HGH), so they also slow the aging process.

How to use: one tablespoon in smoothie, porridge, yogurt, granola, desserts and salads, or eat together with some nuts or chocolate beans as a healthy snack.


The hemp seed is very rich in protein (33%), contains eight essential amino acids. It is also rich in chlorophyll, essential fatty acids, magnesium, iron and zinc.

Hemp comes as a whole or peeled seeds,powder milk or oil. It’s great for those who want to build muscle.

How to use: you can mix the powder in smoothie, juice or water. Use peeled seeds in smoothies, porridge, yogurt, granola, desserts and salads. Hemp oil is great in smoothies and salads. It is recommended not to heat it and keep it refrigerated.


Sea weeds are among the richest foods in nutrients. They are full of minerals: calcium, iron, iodine, potassium and others, and may contain 10-20 minerals more than vegetables. They have large amounts of vitamins (some of them even have Vitamin B12, so they are great for vegetarians), protein and more.

Spirulina is a type of algae which is one of the richest foods in nutrients. They are concentrated source of protein (contains at least 65% protein). They are wonderful for blood purifying, has anti-inflammatory properties, strengthen the joints and rich in antioxidants.

Directions: Start at 1/4 teaspoon and gradually increased to 1-2 teaspoons a day, depending on your taste and digestion. Add to smoothies, soups, salads and energy bars.

More super foods you can add to the energy smoothie:

Bee Pollen

The flowers produce pollen that bees gather. It is a rich source of high quality protein, contains all essential amino acids that are great for our brain, as well as full of great minerals, vitamins and enzymes.You can buy fine bee pollen (ie not heated, not dried) at many health food shops. They are in the freezer, and should also be transported refrigerated to the store, hold them in the freezer.

How to Use: 1-2 teaspoons in smoothie, porridge, yogurt, granola, or in salad, or eat just like that.

Maca powder

Maca is a Peruvian root vegetable from the radish family. . It’s great for balancing the thyroid, for hormonal balance, increasing fertility, balancing the cycle, menopausal symptoms and more. It is known to improve memory and concentration, promotes emotional well-being and serves as an anti-depressant.

How to use: One teaspoon in smoothie, porridge, yogurt or mixed with water.


Super Food Energy Smoothie Recipe

The amounts are not accurate, and you can adapt it to your own taste:

* Green leaves vegetables, such as spinach, mint, celery leaves, parsley etc
* Fruits of the season, such as ripe banana, melon (you can also use few of the melon seeds), lychee (full of vitamin C) etc (The fruits provide energy and sweet taste)
* Chia seeds (about 1 tsp soaked in a little bit of water)
* Cocoa powder / beans
* Goji berries
* spirulina (about 1 tsp)
* Hemp seeds / powder
* Coconut oil (about 2 tbsp – good for the thyroid)
* A little bit of ice (optional)

Blend all the ingredients. You can decorate the top with chopped fruits or nuts – looks good, tastes good, and of course very healthy!