Print Dr. K’s Organic Almond Milk This milk is delicious when tasted right after it is squeezed. I have also made golden milk with it. Add ¼ tsp of turmeric, 2 to 3 crushed cardamom pods and a few strands of saffron to a cup of almond milk. Heat and add honey to taste […]
About Rose Kumar M.D.
Dr. Kumar is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine. She graduated from Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York City, completed an internship at UC San Francisco, and a residency at Stanford University in Internal Medicine.
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Print Simple Nourishing Vegetable Broth I have made a gallon of this broth every week for the past month. I use only organic vegetables and have found that the fresher they are, the more nourishing the broth tastes. It is an infusion of an alkaline, nutritious, electrolyte replenishing broth that is cancer-fighting, anti-inflammatory and […]
Since the start of this year and all the chaos the patriarchy is causing, I am comforted by knowing what grounds and inspires me. A powerful antidote to the patriarchy is to nourish the Feminine. What does that mean for a ‘sensitive’? (1) I have known I was a sensitive since I was very young. […]
No one can deny that there is a large societal ‘upchuck’ going on. Our shadow material has reached its tipping point and our individual and collective psyches can no longer contain it. Is this because the patriarchal shadow is amplified by our so-called political leaders? Is it because of their unabashed expression of misogyny and […]
Oats are a safe substitute for gluten but only if they are organically grown. They are one of the most heavily sprayed crops second only to soybeans and corn, so in order to prevent hormone and microbiome disruption by eating them choosing organic whole oats or steel cut oats is the most healthy and safest […]
Do you remember as recently as two decades ago how magical the holidays felt? I remember feeling an energy in the air. It wafted everywhere, in the streets, among people, even in stores. I called it ‘The Spirit of Christmas.’ Over the past many years, as we have become more progress and material-centric, that […]
All I have is a voice To undo the folded lie The romantic lie in the brain In the lie of authority Whose buildings grope the sky… We must love one another or die ~W.H. Auden Last week, a patient of mine asked me if I knew how Google rated me by the number […]
Tarragon: Tarragon has many medicinal benefits. It is an excellent source of magnesium, iron, zinc and calcium. It contains antioxidants, vitamins A and C. It supports cardiovascular health, menstrual health as well as anxiety and insomnia. It aids in digestion as well and is one of the four most common herbs used in French cuisine. […]
Print Punjabi Split Pea Curry Soup Course Soup Servings 4 servings Author Rose Kumar M.D. Ingredients 1 cup yellow split peas Chana Dal 3 cups of water 2 to matoes chopped 2 to 3 tablespoons of oil 1 inch minced ginger 4 cloves of chopped garlic use at least 10 minutes after chopping 1 […]
This past month has shown us the power of the elements and our relative smallness in their wake. With all the hurricanes, earthquakes, and fires in our country and around the world, many have experienced a tremendous loss of life and home. In these past few months we have all had the opportunity to […]