Lion’s Mane – Brain Superfood

By Kenko
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In Nutrition
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Updated August 7, 2017
Yamabushitake – A look into Lion’s Mane  Yamabushitake, as Lion’s Mane is known in Japan, is a white, hairy, edible and medicinal mushroom or fungus. Scientifically known as Hericium erinaceus is native to Eastern Asia, where it has a long culinary and medicinal history in both China and Japan. In the wild they grow on logs […]
Turmeric a History Turmeric or Curcuma longa Linn, the golden yellow spice that was once compared to saffron by Marco Polo was first used by the Vedic culture in India over 4000 years ago. Turmeric is native to India and the Southeastern areas of Asia, however today wild turmeric or Curcuma aromatica Linn is no […]
Heartburn is often attributed to gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD). It is credited with the overflow of gastrula juices in the esophagus, which is HCl backing up into the esophagus causing sensitive skin to become irritated. Normal functioning muscles of the esophageal sphincter close shut to prevent stomach acid from moving upwards into the esophagus. However, […]

Golden Milk – Turmeric & Ginger

By Kenko
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In Beverages
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Updated July 12, 2017
A warm cup of golden milk is the most beautiful shade of yellow and a great comfort when one is not feeling their best; physically or mentally. It is very easy to make. The recipe below is a single serving, but can be doubled easily if you would like to make more. Great for reducing […]
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