A Juneteenth Elixir and a Slice of its Ties to Mexican History

A Juneteenth Elixir and a Slice of its Ties to Mexican History

By Les Xules

In northern¬†Mexico‚Äôs Coahuila State there‚Äôs a village where locals celebrate¬†Juneteenth¬†by eating and drinking traditional Afro-Seminole cuisine, dancing to¬†norte√Īa¬†music, and practicing¬†capeyuye...

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Matcha latte and xula ah! tincture

Xula's Matcha Lattecito

By Les Xules

Treat yourself to a homemade matcha latte. Not only do CBD and CBG blend beautifully with a light caffeine buzz, the herbs, including Passionflower, Damiana, Rose, and Blue Vervain, will support focus and serenity.

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Pan de Muerto

Xula's Pan de Muerto

By Les Xules

Pan de Muerto has its origins in prehispanic cultures, where a similar offering was done to the goddess Cihuapipiltin - dedicated to the women who died on their first birth. The offerings back then consisted of papalotlaxcalli, a butterfly shaped bread done with amaranth and toasted dry corn. 

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The Xula Green Juice

The Xula Green Juice

By Les Xules

Packed with chlorophyll, this Xula infused take on Jugo Verde support your body and its most important internal systems while the fruits and vegetables can improve digestion, and help you feel yourself as the day unfolds.

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