top of page


Herbs: Text

Amazing way To Take Herbs!

Mix the Herbs with...
0.5 tsp Grass-Fed Ghee
1 tsp Raw Local Honey

See this video with CC for important safety info:

Honey and ghee are often combined, creating a powerful rejuvenative that can serve as a tonic for all of the tissues in the body.

According to Ayurveda, honey is incompatible with ghee in equal amounts by weight, not volume. Honey is literally heavier than ghee. One teaspoon of raw honey weighs as much as three teaspoons of ghee. This is what not to do: combine 1 teaspoon of honey with three teaspoons of ghee. These proportions are said to aggravate the stomach and skin.13 

Instead, combine your honey and ghee in equal amounts by volume. For example, take one teaspoon of honey with one teaspoon of ghee. This will provide a safe, nourishing, and lubricating carrier substance.

Never take honey and ghee together in equal proportions by WEIGHT (not volume).

This is another often unknown honey rule that has been generously shared with us from the ancient rishis of Ayurveda.  It is clearly stated in the classical Ayurvedic texts that taking ghee with honey in equal proportions by weight (e.g. 1 gram of honey to 1 gram of ghee) transforms them from healing substances to congestive toxic sludge as they go through the digestive process. 

Since honey is naturally heavier in weight than ghee, taking ghee and honey in equal proportion by volume (e.g. 1 tsp of honey with 1 tsp of ghee) will ensure the weights are unequal and the combination is safe to take in.  If you are taking more ghee with less honey however, you will likely need to get a weight before consuming this mixture to avoid creating potential toxicity. 

Herbs: Welcome
Screen Shot 2023-01-20 at 5.44.42 PM.png

Before Bed

Non-Affiliate Link

Suggested Use

0.5 tsp Triphala
0.5 tsp Ghee
1 tsp Honey

Assists natural internal cleansing

Gently maintains regularity

Nourishes and rejuvenates the tissues

Supports healthy digestion and absorption

This simple yet potent blend of three fruits is perhaps the most beloved Ayurvedic formula. Renowned for its ability to both detoxify and replenish the system, Triphala gently supports digestion and a healthy gut microbiome while it helps relieve occasional constipation and supports regularity. Triphala powder is the most traditional and versatile way to use this blend.

Ayurvedic Energetics:

Rasa (taste): sweet, sour, pungent, bitter, astringent

Virya (action): neutral

Vipaka (post-digestive effect): sweet

Doshas (constitutions): Balancing for vata, pitta, and kapha

Herbs: About

Adaptogen Cycling

Many Herbs and all adaptogens should be cycled. This is also an often a forgotten practice with adaptogens. In and out...high tide and low tide.

Herbs: About

Rotate use of...

Gotu Kola

Ginko Biloba
and Bacopa Moneri

Pair with deep work or contemplation.
Rotate these. One week on each herb at a time then move on to the next.

Suggested Doses:
-Ginkgo Biloba: 60-80mg 2 times daily depending on your weight/size.
-Gotu Kola: 300 to 500 mg 2 times daily depending on your weight/size.
-Bacopa Moneria: 300 to 500 mg 2 times daily depending on weight/size.

mix with...
0.5 tsp Ghee
1 tsp Honey

Herbs: About

Neem (Upon Rising)

Take... for 3 Days Consecutively Upon Rising Then Take 7 Days Off
*important to cycle your dosing*

Suggested Use
0.5 tsp Neem

0.5 tsp Turmeric
0.5 tsp Ghee
1 tsp Honey

See this video with CC for important safety info:

Detoxification for Pitta and Kapha*

Maintains healthy skin and a clear complexion*

Detoxifies the liver and blood*

Removes excess pitta and kapha from the system*

Neem (Azadirachta indica) is widely used in Ayurveda because of its effectiveness in dealing with nearly all types of pitta and kapha imbalances.

Bitter and very cooling, it is usually combined with other herbs to offset its vata-aggravating qualities. Neem has traditionally been used to purify the blood, cleanse the liver, and support the immune system. It is also commonly used to support healthy skin and to maintain healthy blood glucose levels.

Ayurvedic Energetics:

Rasa (taste): bitter

Virya (action): cooling

Vipaka (post-digestive effect): pungent

Doshas (constitutions): Balancing for pitta and kapha, aggravates vata in excess.

Herbs: About
bottom of page