Our 4 favorite seasonings

Groceries

  • 200 ml of your favourite brothel
  • fresh ginger
  • fresh turmeric
  • roasted garlic
  • fresh chili
  • lime
  • lemon
  • parsley
  • coriander

Beauty

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A slap of zest

Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer. Add 1/3 teaspoon of fresh grated ginger and turmeric and simmer for 2 minutes. Pour, blow, sip, enjoy.

Sweet 'n hot

Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer. Add a teaspoon of smashed roasted garlic and some fine chopped chili (as hot as you can handle) and simmer for 2 minutes. Pour, smell, slurp.

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3

A pinch of Thai

Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer to heat through. Pour into a cup and add some chopped coriander and a royal squeeze of fresh lime juice.

A fresh start

Bring the bone broth to a near boil and reduce to a simmer to heat through. Pour into a cup and add some finely chopped parsley and a generous squeeze of fresh lemon juice.

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Reduces cellulite

Nutrients | collagen 

Cellulite comes from a lack of connective tissue. The smoothness of skin is from an abundance of connective tissue. Collagen-rich bone broth will supply your skin with the tools that it needs to support itself.


Supports healthy hair & nail growth

Nutrients | collagen, amino acids, proteins, gelatin, and minerals

Bone broth is full of all the nutrients your hair needs and craves. Bone broth strengthens your hair and guards against loss with collagen, amino acids, proteins, gelatin, and minerals. Collagen is well known for its hair- and nail strengthening benefits and enhanced bioavailability, allowing your body to absorb a more significant amount of minerals and nutrients it needs as it passes through your system.


Makes your skin glow

Nutrients | collagen, gelatin

Bone broth contains a large amount of collagen and gelatin which will help support your body’s ability to create collagen and help keep skin strong and youthful for longer.
There are many topical, anti-aging collagen products available. While these are great for adding moisture to the skin, the collagen molecule is usually too large to penetrate the skin and impact the way it functions—basically, it just sits on top.
Ingesting collagen through bone broth or supplements, on the other hand, may increase your body’s ability to absorb all the good stuff, improving the appearance and function of your skin (along with your joint and gut health!).


Helps clear up acne

Nutrients | glutamine, gelatin

Bone broth is particularly good for digestion — and the famed Gut-Brain-Skin axis proves that a healthy gut translates to healthy skin. As the glutamine and gelatin get to work healing the digestive tract, they also reduce system-wide inflammation. This is also important for the skin health, since inflammation can accelerate the breakdown of collagen.


Prevents stretchmarks

Nutrients | collagen, gelatin

We all know that during pregnancy come the stretch marks and to help prevent or aid in getting to reduce these battles wounds is collagen. When making bone broth, Collagen supports skin elasticity and could even help prevent stretch marks!


Slows down the body's natural aging process

Nutrients | collagen, gelatin

Around the age of 40, collagen production is noted to naturally reduce, ultimately causing those notorious skin wrinkles. Collagen is the glue that holds the body together. It supports the skin and internal organs. Collagen also helps our skin retain its youthful firmness and elasticity, and protects it against ageing and wrinkling.


Boosts cell rejuvenation 

Nutrients | collagen, glucosamine

Glycocamine and collagen promote skin cell proliferation and increase the presence of retinoic acid, which improves the skin’s hydration. Glycocamine has been shown to aid in cell turnover and wound repair