Yin Nourishing Chai Feat. I Am Gaia (Recipe)

by Farley D October 01, 2019 1 min read

Yin Nourishing Chai Feat. I Am Gaia (Recipe)

I Am Gaia, the newest offering to join the SuperFeast apothecary. One of the key intentions of this blend is to support women on their long term journey towards becoming more of themselves, more embodied, and more awakened to their true, unique nature (whatever that means to them individually) via the humble support of these ancient herbs. We have an epic 101 article covering all the epic health benefits of I Am Gaia, you can check it out here.

 

This warming and oh so delish chai recipe is fragrant, nourishing and hormonal balancing.

 

Sound good to you? Sounds great to me!

 

Ingredients

1cup oat milk, heated
1/2 - 1tsp I Am Gaia
1/4tsp each ground cinnamon, cardamom, ginger powder
1/4 - 1/2tsp raw honey
1/8 - 1/4tsp whole fennel seeds
1 clove
1 peppercorn
Pinch of sea salt

 

Method

1. Blend, strain and enjoy OR

2. Warm the milk with the spices, strain and stir in honey and I Am Gaia

 

Check out I Am Gaia here <3!



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