11.28.17
Royal Ghee flora ex machina

Talk about the royal treatment… Lately we’re obsessing over Flora Ex Machina‘s Royal Ghee, a modern take on Ayurvedic prash — a divine blend of ghee and honey.

Royal Ghee turns the healing power of raw honey, clarified butter, adaptogens and greens into a buttery blend that is both both deeply nourishing and cake batter-level delicious. Is there anything better? 

Crafted by certified holistic health coach, Alle Weil, and loaded with healthy fat, healing plants and adaptogens galore, we’re adding spoonfuls of this luxurious spread to everything, including an epic tonic, fit for a queen. Get the recipe and learn from Alle here…

What is Royal Ghee?

Royal Ghee is sourced from the finest organic ingredients including grass-fed, pastured and traditionally made ghee, raw California wildflower honey and a blend of medicinal, energizing and alkalizing greens, adaptogenic herbs, grounding roots and immunity-boosting mushrooms. Royal Ghee provides a daily boost of nutrition and energy with the flavor of a creamy, decadent treat.

Royal Ghee can be consumed daily as a nutritive boost by the spoonful, added to smoothies, “bulletproof” tea and coffee, spread onto toast and slathered as icing… the possibilities are endless.

What Can It Do?
Like chyawanprash, Royal Ghee is blended with potent medicinal ingredients that are known to: provide energy, boost immunity, promote digestion, help to eliminate toxins, boost nutrient absorption, and promote cell rejuvenation with antioxidant content and fatty acids.

Our Royal Ghee is made from a proprietary blend of grass-fed and pastured ghee, raw California wildflower honey and…

Tocotrienols: derived from organically grown brown rice: a super concentrated source of bioavailable vitamins E and D, with a high antioxidant count.

Greens and Algae: moringa, cracked cell-wall chlorella, nettles, barley grass, wheat grass, spirulina, spinach, alfalfa, dandelion leaf, kelp, dulse.

Roots, Berries and Fruit: whole schizandra concentrate, beet root, lemon and orange peel.

Mushrooms: reishi extract, maitake extract, shiitake extract, chaga extract, turkey-tail extract, beta-d-glucans, reishi triterpenoids

The Royal Ghee Winter Tonic

Ingredients:

3 cups brewed chaga tea
1 cup raw goat milk or cream
1 heaping Tbsp Royal Ghee
1 Tbsp collagen powder
1 Tbsp tocotrienol powder
1 tsp pine pollen
1/4 tsp vanilla powder
stevia to taste (optional)

Directions:

Warm chaga tea in a saucepan on the stovetop to a simmer. Then, add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth and creamy.

Serve warm.


Snag another stunning and balanced recipe from Flora Ex Machina here!


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  1. Sounds good! Only off thing is that heating honey is not recommended, boiling/ baking is even bad for you and mushrooms are not comsidered to be nutricious. So this can’t be ayurvedic. Love, an Ayurvedic Nutricionist

    Krista Jansen | 11.28.2017 | Reply
    • Mushrooms absolutely have nutritional properties. I am perplexed a nutritionist would suggest they do not..definitely makes me question your qualifications

      Ali | 11.30.2017 | Reply
  2. Very interesting read and really enjoyed

    Violet Cadotte | 11.28.2017 | Reply


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