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3 Simple Herbal Biohacks for Everyday Energy (Part 2)

Updated: Sep 11, 2021

Are you ready to learn about some of my favorite herbs? These herbs are a staple in my daily and weekly routines and I'm about to share with you all the reasons why.

If you haven't already, make sure to go back and check out Part 1 of this Blog 5 Simple Biohacks for Everyday Energy (Part 1).


Turmeric is my number 1. This bright orange medicinal root has many benefits. This beautiful plant plays such a huge role in my life now to reduce inflammation, fight colds and viruses and an all around immunity booster. It has helped to reduce my bodily aches and pain and soothe my digestion. Some of the ways I consume turmeric are in the foods and drinks I make. I love making chai turmeric teas, golden milk, and eating it in curries.

The curcumin in turmeric has also been known to reduce PMS symptoms and flare ups of fibroids in women. It's also been known to help with eczema and arthritis. All of these symptoms mentioned earlier are all signs of inflammation in the body and it usually stems from the gut. So it is at no surprise to me that this potent herb helps in the reduction of any dis-ease in the body caused by internal inflammation. Give this magical herb a try and see how this herb can benefit your life.


Have you heard of this wonderful green superfood called Spirulina?

Ok, this one is not really an herb grown from the dirt, it's actually an algae grown in water. It's known as the blue-green algae and is used to enhance our biology by boosting our immune system and cell function. Spirulina contains many essential nutrients and is high in protein.

Spirulina has a high concentration of Vit A (beta carotene) which is essential for heart, lung and gut health. It also has essential B vitamins and Vitamin K which is essential for hormone function, digestion and even blood coagulation in our bodies.

I take Spirulina 2-3 times daily with my meals to uptake the essential nutrients and assist my gut health as well as my immunity and cell function. As I have paid special attention to my gut health in my journey of whole body wellness, Spirulina has aided in my healing and elimination support.

I also highly recommend supplementation of Spriulina for liver support as well since the liver plays a huge part in hormone regulation and filtration.

Green Tea

This incredible herb has been a staple in my home since I was a child. I remember my mom always having many varieties of green teas and blends of this tea. My blend favorite has always been jasmine green tea. The flower essence of the jasmine really brings me so much joy and peace. Another favorite green tea of mine is matcha, which is a very concentrated and more potent style of green tea than a brew of tea leaves.

Green tea has powerful antioxidant properties and help to boost immunity. It binds the free radicals and helps to eliminate them quickly. It's known to have calming and stress relieving abilities and even helps fight cancer.

Green tea is also known to increase skin clarity and promote anti-aging because it's high in chlorophyl which helps shield the skin from damaging UV rays.

I usually have a cup of green tea in the morning with my morning meal or in the afternoon. Green tea does contain caffeine, so if you know you're sensitive to caffeine you might want to stick to this tea before midday. This will ensure getting a good night's rest.

Bonus Brain Hack-Make it a ritual

Creating healthy habits can sometimes feel like a struggle and that's because we're trying to use unsustainable force to push ourselves to do something we've never done before. Or maybe this new habit you want to have is something we still have resistance around.

Making the things you do as a ritual combines more than just will-power to create a new habit.

Creating a ritual combines more than just the action of doing something, it calls in a higher force and purpose. It gives you the gift of intention. It gives you the pleasure of using all of your senses and your soul to gain all the benefits of your action.

For example, I don't just drink tea for the taste. I drink tea for the intention I decide such as drinking green tea to boost my immunity, take in the aroma, feel the warmth and comfort it provides as well as assist my cells to eliminate toxins that are not useful for my body.

So, can you see how creating a ritual around certain actions and habits can be so much more meaningful and purposeful?

If you have ever want to chat or learn more about how I can help you with holistic living and mindset, contact me for a free consult.

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