The cuisine of Bhojanic is authentic Indian. The spices are potent, the flavors are powerful, and everything marries well no matter what you get. I'm working my way around the menu and have gotten the lamb and goat curry. Both favorites of mine. The meat is very tender and well seasoned. The rice is full of flavor and drizzled with a light oil. The mango chutney is a perfect pairing with any spicy or mild entree. The garlic naan is a MUST with each entree because it provides an additional staple to dip in your sauces. The portions are hefty so you will definitely get your monies worth and potentially have a to-go box for later.
Bhojanic has live music on Fridays out on the patio and a Sunday Brunch from 12-4 pm with $6 mimosas.
This place is a definite Ethnic Cuisine favortie....6 1/2 diamonds!
Aromatherapy is the inhalation and topical application of essential oils (or the pure essence from plants). As a form of alternative medicine, it is used to enhance physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Let’s take a look at the general health benefits of aromatherapy.
In addition to the antioxidant influx essential oils bring when applied to the skin the oils also invoke good feelings of wellness and vitality through a process called “entrainment.” According to researchers in Washington using Tainio Technology the vibrational frequency of essential oils are the highestof any natural substance known to man. Through the principle of entrainment the oil’s higher frequency will raise the vibratory quality of that individual.
To put this frequency business into perspective, dead foods such as hamburger and chicken have a frequency of 3 to 5 MHz; raw almonds vibrate at 50 MHz; living greens such as broccoli and wheatgrass have a frequency of 70MHz. Living greens, herbs and botanicals capture light from the sun and that light or “life force” is held in the molecules.
(Oil frequencies are documented in these books: The Essential Oil Desk Reference, published by Essential Science Publishing 2001; and Reference Guide for Essential Oils, by Connie and Alan Higley, Revised edition 2001.)
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