“White Sage” reveals the origins of the recently popularised and misrepresented “spirit-cleansing” smudge kits which find their history in various First Nation cultures across the Americas. “Haldi Ka Doodh” tells the story behind the latest trendy drink named Golden Milk. It’s first mentions go deep into South Asian cultures, and it’s hardly the brand new health fad it claims to be. “Marigolds All The Way Home” looks at the meaning behind Dia Des Los Muertos, our relationship with the departed and its significance beyond a superficial Halloween costume. “Hula Pele” shows Hula beyond a party theme and what it truly means to the Kanaka Maoli and how they bridge their lives with nature and the great beyond through dance and chants. “Sanjeevani” shows what Ayurveda in practice looks like and is rebuttal to new health trends that claim to be Ayurvedic revelations but are a far cry from it. “Kundalini” looks at the actuality of Chakra meditation and alignment as opposed to the “yogic” getaway it has been turned into by primarily White wellness trend junkies.