Refresh Your Skin with Folk Medicine Ingredients

Folk Medicine is touted with the benefits of health from the inside out.

In regards to skin care, incorporating Folk Medicine into a daily regimen may also work wonders for beautification.

Turmeric:

Turmeric is native to parts of Central America and India. Turmeric can provide a host of benefits, especially for the skin by staving off acne breakouts. It may also work to lighten scars left from previous acne breakouts!

What makes turmeric so powerful? It is the compound found in the root of the turmeric plant known as curcumin which provides anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial benefits.

Honey:

Manuka honey is native to New Zealand. It works well as moisturizer and due to it’s high content of hydrogen peroxide it can be used as an antibacterial, skin detoxifier.

**Manuka honey also has the ability to aid in the healing of wounds via manuka honey’s ability to decrease certain forms of bacteria**.

Aloe Vera Gel:

Aloe vera is known in the Egyptian culture as the “plant of immortality” due to its positive effects inside and outside of the body.

Aloe vera gel is high in Vitamin A and Vitamin C, which are essential for skin health. It also contains over five enzymes that can improves skin’s appearance.

WMF Review & Father’s Day Brunch Recipe

Hi Everyone — I have been holding out on the WMF cookware review, but I finally had a chance to use the items that I purchased. I also crafted a Father’s Day Brunch recipe that will make that special father in your life feel all warm, full and fuzzy on his special day.

Now, focusing on the WMF cookware:

I must say that I am impressed. The piece of cookware I tested is sturdy, ergonomically friendly and modern in design.

Trying out the WMF Profi Plus Wisk.

The WMF Profi Plus Wisk helped me create the Father’s Day Brunch Recipe, which is corn bread and crab meat egg bites.

I used corn bread ingredients that were premixed, Bob’s Red Mill Cornbread Mix.

Making the premixed cornbread was easy enough since I just followed the instructions that were listed on the back of the bag, however I substituted a few needed ingredients (ex: instead of using whole egg, I used liquid egg whites and I substituted whole milk with oat milk).

For the crab egg bites I used 2 tablespoons of lump crab meat and 1/4 cup of liquid egg whites (enough for one serving per ramekin).

As most may know, ghee is my go to, so I added a half teaspoon of ghee to each serving of crab egg bite to provide richness and flavor.

Place the corn bread and the crab egg bite mixture in the oven on “bake” at a temperature of 375.

The corn bread may take 25-30 minutes and the crab egg bites take 20-30 minutes, depending on your desired firmness of your egg bites.

Once the corn bread and the crab egg bites are ready, you can serve with the beverage of your choice, but preferably coffee or hot tea since it is for brunch.

The tasty “potassium, protein and selenium” packed result(s)😋.

Enjoy & Happy Father’s Day from Folk Medicine Kitchen!

What To Do With Old Bananas…

Make a refreshing, lite, potassium and magnesium -filled dessert with a “past its prime” banana.

You need only three ingredients:

One 🍌, 1 graham cracker and a hefty helping of Cocowhip lite.

Just mix all together and enjoy OR… you can bake it for 10 minutes in the oven with a temperature of 350 degrees.