Blythe Natural Living

My Spice Mylk Recipe, Your anti-inflammatory, mood boosting, immune boosting, digestive aid that tastes amazing.

October 11, 2017
Spice mylk
It’s that wonderful time of year when these brilliant spices get to take the stage a bit, although all year long they powerfully benefit your health.
I recently took a spice class to get inspired and ignited by the amazing benefits of herbs and spices. I am continuously in awe of the variety of tastes, aromas, and healing properties found in the plant kingdom. I mean clove, come on, how crazy is clove, and nutmeg, and cinnamon. ~ And they are medicine.
These are some of the stars in the Spice Mylk recipe I created.
You may be familiar with Golden Milk, an indian healing tradition of turmeric, milk and honey.
This Spice Mylk takes it to the next level with the addition of ground clove, cinnamon, ginger and fresh ground nutmeg. All with their intense regulating capabilities in your body.
This warm tasty beverage is anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-bacteria, aids in digestion, relieves depression, balances blood sugar, balances blood pressure, boosts your immune system, detoxifies your body, elevates your mood, and is an aphrodisiac to boot! And it’s tasty! Can I get a ‘woot woot’ for plants,  this is a TREMENDOUS treat for the body.
Make it a daily ritual and see yourself evolve into an ever purer version of you.
Spice Mylk Batch Recipe
Combine the following to make a batch of tea for the week.
Use only 1 Tsp for each cup you make.
Combine with hot water and almond milk
2 Tbsp ground clove
2 Tbsp ground ginger
1 Tbsp ground turmeric
1 Tbsp ground cinnamon
1 nutmeg bulb (freshly ground), or 1/2 Tbsp ground nutmeg
Mix together
Add 1 tsp Spice Mylk mixture to 1 1/2 cups boiling water, then add about 1/2 cup almond milk and 4 drops liquid stevia or honey.
It will be at the perfect temperature to drink after adding the cold almond milk.
Spice Mylk Invitation:
Make yourself the soothing warm cup everyday for three weeks. Email me at to let me know any shifts you’ve seen in yourself after three weeks. Keep in mind the first week you may have symptoms of detoxification like pimples or cold symptoms. This is typical of the body riding itself of toxins that it has been holding on to.
Enjoy, enjoy.
Have a beautiful week,
Dr. Blythe


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