Many people are now familiar with my Brahmananda Balls. They actually evolved out of what my father and I affectionately call The Swamp-water, which is a super-intelligent smoothie. I’ve been drinking superfoods in a smoothie for the past 19 years or more!! Back in those days I had far less options for ingredients. I use to use spirulina, ginseng, royal jelly (from bees), and bee pollen. Read on to see the list of powerful ingredients that goes into my Swamp Water now. Here’s my ultimate super food smoothie recipe, with spirulina, pollen, maca, lucuma, goji, and more.
An easy, natural, non-toxic, organic way to wash your hair. Good for your body, good for the environment, and easy on the wallet.
Make your own natural toothpaste. Most commercially available toothpaste is toxic and worthless. Even many of the so-called “natural” brands have unnecessary ingredients. You can make your own and you’ll love it.
A rich, delicious, and healthy gluten-free and dairy-free zesty orange almond cake recipe.
Most sunscreen products are toxic. Many contain chemicals scientifically shown to be carcinogenic. Since we use these products to prevent skin-cancer, that just doesn’t make much sense to me. I’ve refused to use chemical sunblock for the past 20 years or so, and instead I make my own. Here is a version of the sun screen oil I make. I use this oil when I am going to be out in the sun for an extended period. I think a home made oil/lotion like this is far superior to using the commonly available toxic sun screens. Of course you will need to be sensible and follow certain precautions.
Here is a recipe that has literally been changing peoples’ lives. A delicious blend of super-foods intended to raise the life-giving intelligence in your body. I call them Brahmananda Balls, which is a combination of Brahman (the Divine ground of all matter) and Ananda (bliss)—meaning The Bliss of Divine Consciousness. This recipe is very versatile. You can make it pretty much any way you like, so long as a few core principles are followed. Sure to please kids and fussy eaters alike.