Best Skin Care Products For Women Over 50

Are you looking for the best Age-defying skin care Set? You have come to the right place. This article will not only introduce you to the best skin care products for women over 50, but also talks about the health and care regime to keep your skin looking young!

Let me introduce you to not only products, but to an all natural skin care regime that is going to lead you to have a flawless skin, removing wrinkles, skin blemishes and giving your skin an amazing healthy glow.

Why would someone in her mid forties be interested or have experience in skin care products, you might ask? Well, for two reason! I am not getting younger for one and my skin has started to show signs of aging, due to stressful life style.

Second I have a mum who has super allergic skin. I have followed close by her struggles to find natural skin care products that will be suitable for her delicate skin and they have inspired me to write this review.

How to Keep Aging Skin Healthy

Age is just a number, or so they say, but we surely don’t want to look old! So how to keep those fine lines from appearing and the facial skin from sagging or the eyes from buffing?

A lot of the skin problems and especially the signs of aging are caused by poor digestion, insomnia and stress. Discover the unique set of holistic healing products and tools, combined with advice to help you not only to regain a glowing and rejuvenated skin, but also fortify yourself against aging by maintaining vitality, strength and energy.

The Best Skin Care Products For Women Over 50 

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Age-Defying Set

This set includes the following amazing products:

1. Ayurveda & Anti-aging course

This is a course by Todd Caldecott , a herbal medicine specialist, who combines Chinese medicine and Ayurveda in his teachings. A powerful healing program that will show you how to move from one stage of life to the next by staying in touch with the nature.

As someone in mid forties, I love this course, as it will teach you how to take care of your body and mind, in order to balance your hormones and lifestyle to in order to prevent and reverse the effects of aging!

Take a look at this short video describing some of the ayurvedic secrets exposed in this training.

2. The Complete Kansa Wand Set

This traditional Ayurvedic massage tool is made from the Kansa metal, a special bronze mixture. The massage has both energizing and relaxing effect on the body!

It is both suitable for self and therapy massage performed by a therapist. The massage improves blood circulation, especially into the extremities, helps the lymphatic drainage and calms down the nervous system. Used on the face it gives it a natural and gentle face lift, de-stressing you completely!

This set includes the following:

  1. Small Personal Kansa Face Wand
  2. Medium Kansa Face
  3. Body Wand
  4. Large Kansa Foot Wand
  5. Marma Tool.

I have a lot of personal experience with this technique and offer my customers this powerful treatment, who simply love it. You can read my own personal Kansa Wand review here:

Kansa Wand Reviews – Too Good To Be True

In my own experience this powerful self-massage technique makes all the difference in a skin care routine.

3. The Kansa Course

Kansa Wand Program
Kansa Wand Therapy Teaching Program

This is your ultimate guide on how to use the Kansa wand! It will introduce you both to the self massage techniques and introduce you into how to become a Kansa wand therapist! I also shows you how to use the marma tool to open and close the body’s energy points, in order to help with many age related disorders.

I approve with the content of his course, it follows in the lines of my own teachings that I received in Sri Lanka and India. You can read more about this course in my Kansa wand reviews:

Kansa Wand Reviews – Too Good To Be True

4. Sanface Skin Tightening Sandal Glow Pack

This lifting and wonderfully firming mineral mud mask, with powerful aging control nutrients from Just herbs, is a ready to use out of the pack! It revitalizes the skin and gives it a youthful and radiant glow.

It is made from natural ingredients, such as sandalwood, which together with Aloe Vera, uses its antioxidant properties to sooth the skin and cool down sun burns, repairing the damaging effects of the rays on both upper and lower skin layers.

The rejuvenating effects are derived from fennel and trigonella seeds, combined with purifying and detoxifying effects give the sin a tightening and lifting effect.

This product is completely free rom petrochemicals, parabens, SLS/SLES PEG/PPG, Genetically modified ingredients (GMOs) and other synthetic ingredients.

5. Gotukola Indian Ginseng Rejuvenating Beauty Elixir

A synergistic blend of treasured Ayurvedic herbs, pressed into essential oils, this elixir from Just Herbs rejuvenates and nourishes the skin, restoring its natural glow and youthfulness. It provides rescue for tired and pigmented skin, which are telltale signs of aging.


This serum helps to treat the spots and other forms of skin pigmentation, it’s active ingredients of Gotukola, Indian ginseng and rose hip seed oil providing the skin more uniform color and simultaneously diminishes the lines and other visible signs of aging.

6. I’clear Green Tea-Cucumber Nourishing Under Eye Gel

This translucent gel from Just Herbs is massaged to the delicate areas around the eyes. Cucumber extract removes metabolic toxins, which cause the puffiness off the eyes, by improving the micro-circulation of the eye region capillaries.

Green tea extract lightens the dark circles around the eyes, firming and revitalizing the fragile skin around the eyes. The fine lines around eyes are one of the first things to give away your age, this product will make your eyes sparkle again!

7. Javakusum Hair Oil

This is my personal favorite hair care product of all times!  I fell in love with this potent Just Herbs hair tonic, when I was struggling with hair loss caused by my cancer treatments. It prevents hair fall and really made a big difference in my fight against loosing my curls!

It also prevents dandruff, a embarrassing problem which many women are prone to when their age, as hormone imbalances can cause yeast over growth in the various surfaces of the body.

Hibiscus, amla and indigo are ingredients, which work together to darken the hair, preventing premature graying. Henna helps to condition the hair and the whole blend nourished frail hairs, thickening and proving the hair a healthy shine.

Javasukum Hair Oil

Read more about the benefits of this amazing hair oil here:

Best Hair Oils For Hair Growth

8. Cascade Moisturizing Day Care Lotion

This all natural Ayurvedic skin day cream from just herbs, helps to nourish your skin down to the deepest layers and while maintain its natural moisture, making your skin look radiant, brighter and younger.

This day lotion is free of neurotoxins, parabens and oxybenzones, containing only natural ingredients, such as Vetiver, which is known for its antiseptic and rejuvenating properties.

Aloe Vera is well known in the beauty industry for its healing benefits and Wheatgerm oil with its antioxidant properties helps to regenerate the skin, while enhancing collagen production and hence improving the elasticity of the skin, preventing sagging. Their deep moisturizing effects will remove the fine lines caused by the dryness of the skin.

You can read more about the benefits of aloe vera here:

Amazing Uses For Aloe Vera

This deeply moisturizing  lotion gets absorbed fast into the skin, making it feel silky smooth and leaving a perfect base for makeup.

My Loving Advice

All these wonderful products in this anti-aging set are prone to help you balance out your skin, prevent the physical effects of aging, giving you a youthful glow and bringing balance into your life. Not will you only look good, but also feel great and energized.

I love the idea that I can use effective natural products made only from the finest natural products, without harmful chemicals, free of cruel animal testing! These products also have an aromatherapy effect, which helps to lift moods, it simply feels great to apply them on my skin.

All the products are available individually as well and you can find loads of other all natural products for skin and hair from this Ayurvedic wonderland!

I hope I have been able to convince you what are the best skin care products for women over 50! I have wonderful personal experiences with them and people often ask me for the secret about my youthful, wrinkle free skin!

We all want to receive a gift of youth and this Ayurvedic anti-aging set certainly provides it! I can wholeheartedly recommend it not only for women over 50, but anyone from their mid thirties on, who is worried about the effect of aging on their skin.

Also take a look at my review of an other amazing collection of skin care products:

The Best Skin Care Products For Women

It talks about other important skin care issues, such as night time and under eye care!

If you have any questions or suggestions, I would be happy to help you out. Leave me a comment and I will get back to you.


Longevity and energy,


What Is Temporary Art – New Sustainable Trend

You might be wonder what is temporary art exactly and what purpose doe it serve? Temporary or sustainable art has become a fast growing trend in our modern society and this article will examine it both from the art point of view and touch some issues such as sustainability and some of the ideologies behind temporary art.

Temporary art is created in a way, either by the methods or materials, that it won’t last over a certain time or season. It is created to bring some beauty and sometimes carries a deeper meaning or symbolism.

The artist is fully aware of the temporary nature of the art and often part of the project is to document the creation, by filming or photographing it before the destruction, which might be voluntarily, sabotage or depend on the weather.

When I talk about new trend, I don’t mean temporary art is new in itself, but rather that is has become very trendy recent years in the Western world with the influence on Buddhism and other Eastern religions.

The sustainable aspect normally comes from the fact that the art is created from readily available and free or at least cheap materials, such as plants, sand, ice or snow.

It also means that once the art dispenses, you are left with no real waste that needs to be disposed off. If you are wondering why this is so important, read more about it in my article: How to Protect Earth

It might be religious in nature, rituals such as the sand mandalas symbolizing the all beauty is only temporary or Hindu offerings, which are made to please the gods.

I have by no means attempted to mention all possible forms of temporary art forms in my article. It is rather a taster for what you might find, if you make a deeper dive into this form of art!


This could be a cut flower arrangement for Christmas or perhaps an offering for the Gods in form of oil lamps, incense and flower petals. Or how about these ones made from reed baskets, fruits and flowers for celebration at a Hindu temple in Bali.

Temple Offerings on Bali

Chalk Paintings

Did you ever draw something into asphalt or a wall, just having it washed away by the rain few hours or days later?

This used to be one of my favorite past times on walls and cliffs to the great displeasure for my parents, who hated the color stains on my hands and my clothing.

There are wonderful artists creating amazing paintings on the streets and you have to be fast to catch them before they are gone forever!

Colorful Chalks

Living Art

Living art is a very sustainable form of art. A growing exhibit of a sort that at the same time produces oxygen.

Flower And Garden Shows

Flower and garden shows are extremely popular, especially in England, where gardening is not only a hobby, but been taken very seriously!

Have you ever seen an amazing flower planting when visiting a new city, maybe spelling the name of the city or an important word such as love?

How about visited a temporary flower carpet, such as the one hosted every summer in Brussels?

Brussels Flower Carpet

Gardens And Parks

Either private or public gardens and parks all over the world, such as the famous central park in New York City. Besides for just being beautiful, they are created to be wonderful, beautiful green oasis in the middle of cities, which give us a place to calm down and reflect our lives.

Central Park

Sand Art

Sand is a wonderful, readily available and easy medium for art creation. There are many different forms and I can only provide examples of few in the limited scope of this story!

Sand Mandalas

Have you ever followed a creation of a Tibetan Buddhist sand mandala? This secret form of art is traditionally created for large celebrations and religious festivals.

Sand mandala is a symmetrical shape, mandala means Sanskrit work of circle and it symbolizing wholeness and harmony based on Tibetan Buddhist religion.

Buddhist Sand Mandala

It is painstakingly created with special metal tools that allow incredibly fine control during some days or even weeks, depending on its size. After the ceremony is over, the mandala is destroyed and the sand is given to people attending the ceremony as a blessing.

Beach Art

Sand Castles

Every child loves to build castles on the beach and draw things in the sand. It often follows us into adulthood, who has not drawn a heart and their and their partners initials in the heart on the beach?

Or arranged some shells in a form, only waiting to be washed away by the waves when the tide sets in?

Intricate sand mandalas that can be only truly admired from above are created by artists with the help of garden tools!

Heart Drawing In Sand

How about sand sculptures? Pretty much all the resorts are boasting with their own sand sculptures competitions every summer. The sculptures are spectacular, created with the most creative tools, including water spray bottles and metal strings.

Sand Souvenirs

Even been to a beach destination for holiday and brought back one of these bottles with sand painting inside? Beautiful memory, which can be easily shaken for just mess if you forget to pack it well!

Sand Art Bottles

I used to collect these things as a child and I am playing with the idea of teaching myself the technique for creating them.

Edible Art

There are countless edible art forms out there, just think about it! Fancy chocolates are often made into art and how about a ginger bread house at Christmas? Birthday and wedding cakes and other bakeries?

Guitar Cake

Food Art

Vegetable Snowman

Food art is one of the most common forms of art! In fact if you go to a fancy restaurant, your meal is a work of art both culinary and visual wise.

If you try to enthuse your young child to eat his vegetables or fruit, you might consider making it look like an art! Being creative with food and ingredients is fun!

3D Printed Edible Art

3D printing is quickly becoming one of the biggest revolution of our time. It’s sustainable as the plastics fillings are produced from recycled materials and being able to produce things on demand, companies safe both transport and warehousing costs. CO2 emissions are also reduced, which is great for the environment!

3D printing food is a novelty trend. There are already pop-up restaurants that produce an entire 3D printed menu and items such as 3D printed coffee or chocolate cups are becoming popular gift items.

3D printing chocolate cup

Snow and Ice Art

Some of us are luck enough to have access to this medium every winter! In the colder places, such as US and Northern Europe kids and professional artists alike build art from snow and ice!

Everything from snow men, snow sculptures to fortresses, this art last until the weather stays cold, or more often until destroyed by our mortal enemies.

Ice Buildings

In Finland, Sweden and Norway some places even construct entire temporary hotels out of snow and ice. They are built as soon as the temperatures drop permanently below zero and exist between 3-5 months depending on the temperatures!

The design is new every year and normally contains art work from dozen artist, who won a competition specially set up for this. These castles contain large dining rooms, bedrooms, bar and even chapels, which are popular locations for wedding ceremonies!

Kemi Snow Hotel

Here you see a bedroom in Artic Snow hotel in Rovaniemi, Finland! Everything in these places is built of ice, including furniture, such as tables, chairs and beds. Animal furs and winter sleeping bags are used to keep the cold at bay.

Also worth to mention are the igloos, which are not only native to Greenland, but also popular in many ski resorts on the Alps, where they often serve as bars!

Ice Sculptures

In hotter climates, ice sculptures are still very popular for things such as weddings and cruise lines buffet tables. They are commonly carved using chain saws or hand tools such as chisel and hammer.

Swans Ice Sculpture

Natures Own Ice Sculptures

Natures own art! Since ice occurs naturally, nature itself creates beautiful ice and snow art. Everything from large cave formations to tiniest snow or ice flakes! The best kind of snow and ice art there is!

Ice Flake

My Love For Temporary Art

I am a great fan of creating temporary art myself. I favor both sand and snow and you often see me on the beach with a shovel in my hand or kneeling in the snow creating an animal sculpture!

It often gives me something creative to do on the beach, because I find laying in the sun particularly boring! I am also known to take my paints and drawing pad with me, just in case.

Sandsculpture Beware of a turtle

Here is one of my funny creations from some year ago, a huge turtle built on a beach in Italy, it took 4h to create due to its size and it lasted for a week, before some kids decided to destroyed it.

It also inspired kids and adults alike to get creative and the beach was filled with all sorts of creatures! The dragon as the featured image of this story is something I created together with my kids in a very short time just before it got dark!

Snow Goose

Here you can see a snow goose, a bun intended! It was created on the German Alps, just before a particularly heavy snowfall, 180cm in 36h of powder snow, which got us stuck for days. It was made with my hands only, since I had no tools with me.

Besides this, I also love creating food art and the electric guitar cake was created for my daughter on her 11th birthday. It took a whole day to pull off, but I loved the look on her and her friends faces when they saw it.

So there you have it, my very own examples of temporary or rather seasonal art! I hope I have answered to the question what is the new sustainable trend of temporary art.

Do you have something to share? I would love to hear from you! Send me a picture and I will make a section with guest temporary art to this post!


Loving Thoughts,


What Is Infused Water About – Healthy Habits

Everyone seems to be talking about infused water and its health benefits, but many people are still wondering what is infused water about exactly and what are infused water health benefits! This article will cover all that and I have also included some of my own favorite recipes.

Infused water has great health benefits, depending on which ingredients are used for its preparation. It can also be prepared in different ways, cold or warm. The infused water principle is that the taste, scent and nutritional benefits from the fruit, berries, spices or herbs used will mix with the water, creating a healthy, refreshing drink.


My Discovery of Infused Water

I personally never liked the taste of water. Yes it sounds strange, but I could only gulp it down really cold, which gave me the chills and made my teeth hurt, which made it even more unpleasant.

If there was a slightest taste, I would detect it and turn up my nose and there was nothing my parents could do to make me drink warm water, which was a problem at summer time and when traveling, so I drank unhealthy amounts of diluted juice. I only ever drank voluntarily clean water from a cold stream.

However on one of my early travels I came up with a solution, based on my love for lemons. Strange I know, but I always adored them! I started adding lemon slices in my water and realized the long I kept the lemon in the water before drinking it, the stronger the pleasant taste.

I had gotten started with me first infused water, without even realizing what I was doing and long before I became a health trend. Later on during my travels to India and Sri Lanka, I realized that it was part of the Ayurvedic concept!

Ayurvedic Concept Of Infused Water

In Ayurvedic concept you can infuse water in different ways, either cold, heated up and then cooled down, or in the for of a tea. For the benefits of this article I will only be talking only infused water and not herbal teas, as I am planning on writing a separate article about it later on!

Ayurvedic medicine states that water has special properties depending on if it’s spring, pond, rain or dwell water. Everyone who has ever been lucky enough to drink from mountain stream knows how much better this water tastes like and anyone who washed their hair with rainwater or water from pond knows how it differs from the water led to our house via pipes!

DoshasAyurveda considers water to be nourishing, cooling and detoxifying, as the word Sanskrit word soma indicates. It is associated with moon shine energy and it helps to balance out the Pitta dosha, counteracting Vata dosha’s dryness. 

Water in itself once absorbed into the body properly heals by:

  • Curing fatigue
  • Nourishing skin and giving it healthy glow
  • Increasing stamina
  • Aiding digestion
  • Cooling the body
  • Aiding immune system

Additionally it is seen to detoxify the body, by flushing out the toxins and helping moisture penetrate the cells.

In Ayurvedic concept the water can be absorbed in the body in better if heat has been applied to it. The concept explains that water should be boiled and the infusion should happen either when the water is hot, which either results in tea, which is being enjoyed hot or infused water, if it’s cooled down.

Alternatively the infusion can happen after the water has been cooled down, which is a second method of making infused water. If you think of it, boiling the water is also a great way of getting rid of impurities, such as harmful minerals, bacteria and parasites.

My Favorite Infused Water Recipes

I have a lot of favorite infused water recipes, in fact there I always have one infusing in my kitchen over night. I have written down four recipes my family loves most, both for their taste and health benefits. I would also love to hear about your recipes, so be sure to let me know!

Lime, Ginger And Mint Cold Infused Water

This is a perfect immune system booster drink! It’s very useful and tasty remedy for the flue season during the winter months and extremely refreshing thirst quenching drink during the summer, making it the family favorite all year around!

It’s packed with goodness, C-vitamin, antioxidants and flavanoids. All these ingredients have great health benefits on their own, you can read more here in my Ayurvedic Medicine Remedies For Holidays article.

Additionally this infused water helps you to maintain a healthy weight by flushing your system out of toxins stored in fat, making it easier to break it down and burn for energy.

lime tree


  • 3l of filtered water
  • 2 organic limes
  • 3 cubic cm of organic ginger (1 thumb)
  • 2 large branches of fresh organic mint


  1. Boil water and cool it to room temperature
  2. Wash limes well in hot water, so the wax comes off
  3. Slice the lime
  4. Peel the ginger
  5. Cut the ginger in small cubes
  6. Place the lime, ginger and mint in a large jar
  7. Pour in water
  8. Cover with lid
  9. Let stand at least 12h in room temperature before consuming (if you live in very warm climate, put in cooler room)
  10. Refrigerate after 24h
  11. Keep good for 48h

During the summer months we like to add some ice cubes when serving!

P.S. You can of course supplement the lime with lemon, they are perfectly interchangeable. So why do I prefer lime? It gives a stronger taste, besides I have preference for bitter things and sometimes lemons are rather sweet!

You can also use the fresh ginger peel for beauty treatment! Rub the inside of the peel against your face for some refreshing anti-bacterial treatment.

Blueberry And Raspberry Cold Infused Water

This is my favorite for both it’s anti-aging, free-radicals fighting properties and simply for it’s lovely taste! My kids also really adore it. I make it mostly during the late summer and autumn from fresh produce, but it can be made from frozen berries as well!



  • 3l of filtered water
  • 250g of organic blueberries
  • 250g of organic raspberries


  1. Boil water and cool it to room temperature
  2. Wash fresh berries
  3. Put the berries in the infusing jar
  4. Pour in water
  5. Cover with lid
  6. Let stand at least 12h in room temperature before consuming (if you live in very warm climate, put in cooler room)
  7. Refrigerate after 24h
  8. Keep good for 48h

Cool the drink down with some fresh frozen berries!

P.S. Make sure that you take care of not letting this one stand too long in the warm as the berries will start fermenting. To be sure, remove the berries after 24h. They can be consumed as such, or cooked to make a compote!

Pomegranate Cold Infused Water

Pomegranate seeds have a lot of great properties, due to the high content of both C and K vitamins! I simply love this water since it helps me to fight against osteoporosis and cancer. It also promotes good cardiovascular health and helps children to develop healthy bones!

Besides this, it really tastes really great and my whole family agrees that taste wise this is the best infused water there is.



  • 3l of filtered water
  • 2 large organic pomegranates


  1. Boil water and cool it to room temperature
  2. Peel the pomegranates
  3. Put the seeds in the infusing jar
  4. Pour in room temperature filtered water
  5. Cover with lid
  6. Let stand at least 12h in room temperature before consuming (if you live in very warm climate, put in cooler room)
  7. Refrigerate after 24h
  8. Keep good for 48h

You can also cool this drink down with some frozen seeds!

P.S. Like with blue and raspberries, make sure ferment the seeds. The seeds can also be consumed after use.

Apple and Cinnamon Warm Infused Water

This is my favorite fragrant drink during the cold evenings! It can either be prepared as tea or cooled down as infused water. Most off the times I make it in large quantity, I put some aside for some great tea!

The apples have pectin, flavanols, antioxidant quercetin and are also high in C vitamin. Cinnamon in itself has a long list of benefits, mostly due to coumarin and MethylHydroxy Chalcone polymers. Together these properties give this infused water fantastic blood sugar stabilizing properties!

You can read more in my article about the amazing Honey Cinnamon Cures about the fantastic properties of cinnamon.

Red Apples


  • 3l of filtered water
  • 4 organic Ceylon cinnamon sticks
  • 4 organic apples (red varieties are sweeter and but I personally prefer green for more sour taste!)


  1. Boil water and cool to about 50C
  2. Wash the apples with hot water removing the wax
  3. Remove the seeds and stem
  4. Slice the apple
  5. Put the apple slices and cinnamon into the jar
  6. Pour in the warm water
  7. Cover with lid
  8. Let stand at least 6h in room temperature before consuming (if you live in very warm climate, put in cooler room)
  9. Refrigerate after 24h
  10. Keep good for 48h

This variety is faster to produce than others, since it uses warm water. It can also be reheated when you want to consume it, this is how I mostly drink it during the winter, but cool it down with some ice at summer.

P.S. You can also replace the apple with oranges at winter time. Remember to use the whole orange as wash the peel well with hot water to remove the wax. I like this, as orange is one of my favorite fragrances.

Dosha Balancing Infused Water

If you are experiencing dosha imbalances you can try to make the following infused waters. In order to find your Ayurvedic dosha type, take this free Ayurveda dosha quiz:

Ayurvedic Dosha Test – Discover Yourself

To find out more about dosha types and how they influence our lives,  you can read my article here:

What Is A Dosha – How It Influences Our Lives

Kapha Balance

  • 2l of water
  • 3 holy basil leaves
  • 2 thin slices of fresh ginger
  • 1/4 tsp. of cumin
  • 1/2 tsp. of fennel

Add ingredients in hot water, let stand for 2h in thermos, drink warm throughout the day.

Pitta Balance

  • 2l of water
  • 1/4 tsp. fennel seed
  • 2 rose buds
  • 1 clove Store

Add ingredients in hot water, let stand for 2h thermos, cool down in cup before drinking.

Vata Balance

  • 2l of water.
  • 3 mint leaves
  • 1/2 tsp. fennel seed
  • 1/4 tsp marshmallow root

Add ingredients in hot water, let stand for 2h in thermos, drink warm throughout the day.

My Loving Advice

Infused Water BottlesGenerally speaking I don’t recommend use of plastic for making infused water. Besides plastic actually being full of poisons that I don’t want to migrate to my water, it becomes a problem if your water does get fermented by accident.

Here you see some of my own infused water tools. I used to use glass bottles, but found it very frustrating since I had to cut the ingredients very small and sometimes had difficulties to remove them, since the swell with the water.

I got these lovely infusion jars for Christmas present few weeks ago and I am extremely happy with them! They have a large lid that closes easily and on top of that they have a faucet, which you can use to tap the water straight into a class.

Water Infusing JarsBesides, they look really pretty in the kitchen, don’t you think? At least they are creating a great discussion subject with the visitors.

Only the first time when I tried to use them, I did not realize the lid needs to be opened in order to tap the water out due to under-pressure in the jar.

Please made sure that you don’t drink more than 2l of water for adults and 1l for children, so you don’t flush all the salt out of your system and go into shock due to water intoxication. During the hot weather and sporting you can increase the amount max 1l but remember to consume sea salt or salt tablets.

So go ahead and test my recipes and be sure to give me feedback about your experiences.I really hope you enjoy both the taste, scent and the health benefits they provide!

Infused water has become part of my day and it’s important part of my natural methods to fight against my cancer. I would recommend every cancer patient to give it a go. I drink infused water during my fasting days as can be read he in this article:

Intermittent Fasting For Cancer Patients

As already mentioned before, I would also love to test yours, so be sure to leave them in the comments section. I promise to test them out!


Love and Light,