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March’s Box | Rosehive Superfoods Box

Discover What’s inside March’s Healthy Gut Box

Click HERE to download March’s Recipe & Insert Guide

Click HERE for March’s Miso Soup Recipe

Snack: Tiger Nuts

Tiger Nuts are actually not nuts at all. They are tubers, grown like potatoes, but have a sweet coconut taste. Each nut is a nutritional powerhouse, full of fiber (High in prebiotic fiber & rich in iron, zinc, copper and magnesium). They have all of the nutrients and energy benefits of nuts, but do not adversely affect allergies.

How To Use: Tiger nuts are the perfect slightly sweet snack. Grab a handful and enjoy as they are!

Herb: Turmeric Golden Chai

Based off a traditional Ayurveda recipe with a twist, a delicious & nourishing tonic which can be consumed daily for the aid of general health, immune support, inflammation relief, circulation & digestive aid. Ingredients: Tocos, Rooibos, Turmeric, Ginger, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Pepper, Cinnamon, Clove by the amazing Fern of Return To Your Roots.

How To Use: Incorporate 2 teaspoons in warm milk of choice & sweeten as desired.

Drink: Aloe Water

Each bottle of Aloe H2o contains over 200 active, health-boosting nutrients from organically-grown Aloe vera. Only 30 calories & 6g of sugar per bottle. Aloe vera contains various powerful antioxidant compounds that may help inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria.

How To Use: Refrigerate first, twist off the cap once cold and enjoy!

Superfood Powder: Spirulina

Organic Spirulina powder has been shown to promote the growth of healthy bacterial flora in the intestines, which in turn inhibit Candida and other digestive disruptions from thriving in the gut. Spirulina is said to be “one the most nutrient-dense food on the planet.”

How To Use: Add a teaspoon to smoothies, sprinkle on salads, or include in homemade salad dressing recipes

Surprise: Fermented Vegan Proteins+

High in protein: contains 15g of fermented dietary protein per serving. This fully fermented protein by Genuine Health contributes to a healthy gut, overall good health & is easy to digest. It is aso non-allergenic, soy free and contains a balance of all essential amino acids.

How To Use: Add to smoothies, energy balls, and any other applications you usually use with protein powder.

Superfood Cooking Ingredient: Miso

Made of soybeans, brown rice, water, sea salt. Miso by Muso from Japan provides beneficial probiotics and regulates digestive and intestinal functions.

How To Use: Create miso soup, salad dressings, marinades and Asian inspired dishes.

Click HERE for March’s Miso Soup Recipe!

Did you try March’s Rosehive Superfoods Box? We’d love to know what you think! Leave a comment below or share your review on social media and hashtag #RosehiveBox!


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Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment. Please consult your medical care provider before using herbal medicine, particularly if you have a known medical condition or if you are nursing or pregnant.

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  • Lynn Legault says:

    I cant’t believe Rosehive just started curating these boxes…I
    over everything they way the box is put together, the included recipe fun can t wait to try Miso soup. I already picked up the ingredients. I experienced product that have never even heard of spirulina? But now that I ve read up on it…I’m so happy to have received it…Nud fud spirulina banana crisps…I couldn ‘t pry away from my 3 yr old grand daugther, she adored them so did I and everyone who I let try…
    I love your Web page so well laid out and chuck full of information…
    I think Rosehive box is one of the best subscriptions out there.

    • Rosehive Superfoods says:

      Thank you so much Lynn! Your support means so much to us and we are so glad you are enjoying Rosehive Superfoods Box! Tons of amazing superfoods to discover are in store for you! <3 Peace, Love + Superfoods, Jillian

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