THE YEAR OF INTENSION 2018
There are hundreds of useful herbs and spices in the world. Plants have continuously provided delicious, aromatic foods that have enriched human life for thousands of years. Our kitchen cabinets are full of these spices. We take for granted these healthy herbs that were not so long ago regarded as being precious as gold in the old world.
Wars have literally been fought over what is in our spice cabinet.
What is an Herb what is a Spice?
Herbs come from the leafy part of a plant.
- Spices come from the other parts.
Basil, cinnamon, garlic, ginger, rosemary, thyme, turmeric: are deliciousand have wholesome properties that inmprove our physical and mental health.
Plant-based nutrition is a valuable lifestyle choice with positive health benefits. Eating a big salad or drinking a green smoothie helps the body feel good, provides an increase in energy, and is often accompanied with an emotional boost.
Empower your mind with the intention to always feel good, mind, body, and soul. Personally, I would advocate for eschewing everything negative from your precious life, including unhealthy foods, depressing news sources, and toxic people. This doesn't have to mean burying your head in the sand. It's a matter of being more selective and intentionally opting for the very best. You only get one life, after all. Make decisive choices that add to your happiness. You deserve it.
In my opinion, we ought to let the way that we feel be our most trustworthy barometer, and let our own desire for maximum mental, physical, and spiritual health guide our decisions. On one of the whiteboards in the Hemplucid office, in big green letters, it is written, "The greatest wealth is health."
This year, we hope you successfully connect with your most powerful self, and we hope that you achieve health and happiness beyond measure.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tyler Hatch is a writer from Salt Lake City, UT. His publications range from art journals to indie newspapers, and web content for several companies, including a Fortune 500 tech firm. A long-time friend of the Hemplucid founders, it was after a series of impactful family medical events that he began writing for the company in the Spring of 2017.
After the devastating loss of a loved one to the opiate epidemic, Tyler got serious about making energetic progress toward a better life and a better world.