Moontime Chocolates For The Menstrual Cycle!

‘These chocolates can help us to tune into the difference phases of our menstrual cycle using all our senses.’
Milly Watson Brown

I had the absolute pleasure of talking to Milly Watson Brown, Creatress of Moon Time Chocolate, who talks us through;

– Her background and where she’s at in her cycle
– How she got started making chocolate
– How she used a painful experience to drop deeper into her womb space
– How she got the idea of making chocolates that correspond with the different phases of the menstrual cycle
– Her process of gestating and birthing her idea
– How and why she selected the ingredients and herbs for each chocolate

And to finish Milly gives us a practical and sensual exercise to tune into the different phases of our cycle with or without her beautiful chocolates. 

Milly grew up in Devon where her parents ran a Wholefood shop which sparked her interest in good food, cooking and alternative medicine.

She had been cycle tracking for a couple of years, before she became pregnant in 2011. Sadly this led to recurrent miscarriages, which drew her to deepen her relationship with her cycle. Her passion grew and grew and she as she attended workshops and retreats.

A few years ago she moved to Bristol and started making chocolate with Radek – of Radek’s Chocolate.

This is when the idea for Moon Time Chocolate arose! Milly realised a link between two things she was most passionate about! Chocolate – and honouring the Menstrual Cycle.

Milly now runs Moontime Chocolates and ships her scrumptious creations all over the world, supplying much needed medicine for women in their homes and on women’s retreats and workshops. 

KEEP IN TOUCH (I'm not on social media).

Melanie Swan Podcast Host

About Melanie Swan

Melanie helps women to re-embody their physical & metaphysical Womb – a woman's epicentre of empowerment and creativity – deeply heal past traumas and reclaim their True nature; to become whole, independent yet interconnected, Sovereign Beings.

She lives in Cambridgeshire UK, is an avid potter and is currently writing her first book.

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