This heartwarming nectar restores warmth to your fingertips and supports your whole body. Cinnamon’s aroma will fill your kitchen, and ladies! your hormones will cheer! This formula also supports your lungs and opens up airways so you can breathe freely.

Nutritional effects: CALMING & SUPPORTIVE; Winter’s bitter chill and a blast of cold air can leave you feeling a bit dissipated. When your bones are rattling, find relief from the stress of the season by drinking a warm glass of spiced milk. Milk is nature’s symbol of motherly affection. Nourishing, strengthening, and rich, milk coddles an infant when he’s upset, and can allay your concerns as well…here you make your choice, be a mylk or a milk. All in the creaminess is a balm for tense nerves. Like a hug, warm milk will hush you into a night of winter hibernation after a busy day.

A mug of warm spiced milk & honey not only soothes your nerves, it strengthens your whole constitution. In functional medicine terms, that means milk nourishes your healthy body…especially useful right now with the change of cold, when exhaustion and a cold feeling in the chest comes with persistent cough. The pungent kick of the spices stimulates your heart to beat faster. As your heart rate quickens and your blood vessels dilate, you feel toasty down to your bones.

Furthermore stuffy noses are your body’s way of forcing you to breathe through the mouth. Unfortunately, the name does injustice to the physiology; stuffed nose is actually not stuffed at all – it is swollen. Nasal passages may swell due to several factors: 1) Cold temperatures, 2) Infection, and 3) Irritation (from dryness due to heated air).

Most of all restoring healthy breathing found in this FRAGRANT ELIXIR, THAT WE SERVE @ DEAR DELICIOUS. This combination is demulcents that coat dry, irritated respiratory passages, as well as helping you to expectorate mucus lodged in the lungs. Spices in this elixir liquefies mucous, so it flows freely, flushing out pathogens along the way. Finally, the warmth encourages sinuses to dilate, so you can breath easy and feel superb!


RECIPE OF FRAGRANT ELIXIR (preparation time 5 minutes)

1 bay leaf

3/4tsp black pepper

3/4tsp cardamom

1 tsp cinnamon 3/4tsp

1 tsp dried ginger (or grate fresh ginger in case you are asthmatic)

1 tsp freshly grated turmeric

1 star anise

1tsp honey(preferably local)

250ml choice of your milk

For added respiratory support, add 1 teaspoon of ghee to your hot milk.



1. Firstly we recommend to boil 2 tsp of the spices with 60ml of water for a few minutes, then let it sit for 5 minutes

2. Bring milk and concoction to medium heat and gentle simmer for 5 minutes stirring frequently. If the milk becomes foamy, lower heat quickly or remove completely. Milk easily boils over the side of the pan when it gets too hot. It should look shiny on the surface with tiny bubbles.

NOTE: In order to digest milk properly, one should avoid drinking cold milk right out of the refrigerator. Milk should be brought to a boil. Allow the milk to foam up, and then bring the heat down so the milk is on a slow boil for about 5 to 10 minutes. Heating the milk changes its molecular structure so it is much easier for human consumption. All in one, this FRAGRANT ELIXIR will reduce any mucus-causing side effect.

3. Serve it with local honey.(if you can get your hands on some native bee honey!!! – to find out how CLICK HERE) Remember never use honey in boiling liquid!!!!


ps..Read only, if you want to start a conversation on milk…Milk should be organic, whole and non-homogenized. Homogenized milk is very difficult to digest and can easily clog the finer channels of circulation. It is probable that milk that is not certified organic may contain rBGH. These are hormones that artificially increase milk production in the cow. The only way we know to avoid rBGH is to purchase organic milk, because currently the FDA does not require labeling on milk products that may have come from cows injected with the hormone. Cow’s milk is considered to be the best, but goat milk is fine to use too.