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Chara Caruthers, Ayurvedic expert shares three of the most important spices we should have in our pantry, as well as one she loves that many of us have never heard of!

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If you’re short on time and wanna skip to the parts that speak to you most, use the timestamps below to head straight to the gold:

Forms of Ginger – 6:49
Benefits of Ginger – 7:59
Uses of Ginger – 9:05
Cinnamon – 10:19
Uses of Cinnamon – 10:50
Cardamom – 11:46
Asafoetida/Hing – 13:33
Whole vs Ground spices – 16:07
Storing Spices – 17:40
Organic vs Non-organic – 18:40


About The Author

Chara Carruthers

Chara Caruthers is a passionate and outspoken advocate of the power of living your bliss. She's a senior yoga teacher, yoga therapist and Ayurvedic practitioner with a clear and powerful message... Know yourself, Love Yourself. She's the founder of Bliss Body & Soul an on and offline resource offering wellness coaching, workshops, cleansing programs, and Ayurvedic education to health and happiness seekers who are ready to renew their vitality and live juicier, more connected lives.

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