Recipe by Yogi Bhajan

Yogi Bhajan’s May Clove Recipe
For the month of May ONLY

( May is autumn here in Australia and it will work just as well during this time leading to our winter)
 
You may have heard that it’s flu season-okay, that’s an understatement given the news this week.  Spring is often a time of cleansing and processing, which in turn makes one more vulnerable to colds and flu.  Here’s a reminder from Gurusahay Singh Khalsa, D.C., about a remedy Yogi Bhajan taught exclusively for the month of May.

 Take a handful of cloves and soak them in room temperature water overnight-no need to boil.  First thing in the morning, when you brush your teeth, take 3-4 tablespoons of the clove water (not more then 5-don’t overdo it.), swish it around in your mouth and then swallow.

For convenience, you can make enough for three of four days and keep it in the refrigerator.  For best results, take some every day throughout the month of May.

“It will save you from a lot of viral diseases.  The month of May breeds viruses.  Your ears, nose and throat will all be all right.  Symptoms will almost not appear.  If you do it every year, you will never fall apart” -Yogi Bhajan

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Hari Das

Hari Das also known as Mary-Anne teaches both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga in Baulkham Hills (Norwest, Sydney), NSW, Australia. Hari Das is Mary-Anne's spiritual name. Hari Das facilitats Yoga Classes, Workshops, Retreats and is a qualified Reiki Master who practices Sat Nam Rasayan, a Kundalini Healing modality. Kundalini Yoga, the Yoga of Awareness, was brought to the west by Yogi Bhajan in 1968. Yogi Bhajan taught that, through the practice of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, your glandular and nervous systems are stimulated, and your capacity for creative potential is heightened. Hatha Yoga is traditional Yoga which improves flexibilty, increases strength, heightens awareness and brings clarity. Alignment and Breathing are strong parts of the teaching style. Variations of postures are offered for all levels of practise.

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