In my family we have so many food allergies, between my husband and kids : all nuts (tree and peanuts), soy, dairy, citrus, wheat and corn!!!) I was so excited to see this non-dairy, energizing recipe by Emily – who I am thrilled to have on board as a new monthly contributor to The Radder. - Sherise
Taking the DIY nut milk recipe to 11! Adaptogens are an easy way to manage stress, balance hormones and can be added to your fresh non dairy milks (or mylks) upon creation. Below is a quick, super luscious and creamy recipe to make an adaptogenic homemade nut milk:
1 Cup Raw Organic Shelled Hemp Seeds
3 Cups Filtered Spring Water
1 Tablespoon Anima Mundi Herbals Qi Energy & Protein Powder
2 Tablespoons Raw Honey (or 2 Tablespoons Maple Syrup, or 3 pitted Dates / to taste)
1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract (or the seeds from 1 whole Vanilla Pod)
1 Dash Cinnamon (Ceylon Cinnamon is best)
1 Pinch Himalayan Pink Salt
Combine all ingredients in a blender and serve. (Works in regular blenders also).
Store in fridge for up to 2 days.
About Anima Mundi Herbals - Qi powder (Adrenal Empowerment, Sustainable Energy, Protein powder):
The nutrition in Qi predominates in DEEP adrenal revival by taking the energy back from old exhaustion and transforming it into limitless energy. This blend contains a mix of foods used in different parts of Central and South America providing all of the necessary nutrients for sustained cellular energy. The spectrum of essential nutrients in these herbs, roots, and seeds provides the body with enough mineralized fuel to recover health and to keep it on-going while soothing the colon, supporting blood sugar, colon health, kidney vitality, detoxification, the immune system, and longevity. Deep work is being done when this formula is ingested. It contains incredibly powerful , nourishing, healing, and regenerative Super-Herbs.
Emily J. Hara is a raw, vegan, gluten-free, medicinal Chef and Photographer based out of both Southern California and New York City.
Emily's IG: @grassmaven