If you have blood sugar swings, you may notice roller coaster emotions, anger, shakiness, fatigue or a general feeling of depletion.
Blood sugar issues are not uncommon in energetically sensitive people, particularly when you are picking up energy from people or places. Blood sugar issues are also at the root of conditions like alcoholism, drug addiction and bulimia (energetic sensitivity is also involved with these conditions).
When I walked into Dr. Norm Shealy’s wellness center (which is wonderful, by the way!), my blood sugar dropped as soon as we walked into a room with one ton of crystal embedded in the walls. Luckily, I had this blood sugar balancer on hand and I was able to nourish my body and stabilize my blood sugar levels before spending a relaxing hour in that crystal room.
Consuming a butter and honey mixture between meals for healing blood sugar swings and stabilizing blood sugar levels is recommended by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride in her book, Gut And Psychology Syndrome: Natural Treatment for Autism, Dyspraxia, A.D.D., Dyslexia, A.D.H.D., Depression, Schizophrenia.
Here’s my recipe — it’s yummy:
- 1 cup raw organic grass fed butter (you can substitute coconut oil if you are vegetarian or vegan)
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon (use ground fenugreek if you have histamine or oxalate issues because it lowers histamine)
- 1/4 tsp nutmeg
- 1 dropper full of Anderson’s Sea MD (optional mineral supplement which is VERY grounding for energetically sensitive people)
- 1 TBL Manuka honey (taste and you may want 1 – 2 tsp more honey if you like it a bit sweeter)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- Pinch of sea salt to taste
- Blend thoroughly by hand or in your blender or food processor.
- Store in a glass jar in your refrigerator.
- Consume 1 TBL between meals to balance blood sugar.
- Carry a little container with you when you are out and about for the day.
You can shape into little 1 tablespoon sized balls to carry with you in a container (I like to put them in a little stainless covered container or a BPA free plastic Tupperware container lined with natural parchment paper so that the butter does not touch the plastic),
Either freeze them the night before or place a little ice pack next to the container so they stay in their ball shape.
I brought this with me on a recent trip that Louise Hay and I took together. We used the butter on baked apples for dessert and it was fantastic! So this butter can be used for more than just balancing blood sugar between meals.