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High Vibrational Ingredients: Elevating Your Life with Good Energy


If we’ve ever had a glass of wine together you’d know I love talking about high vibrational things. If you haven’t had that time with me, consider grabbing a glass and coming on a deep dive with me into high vibrational ingredients, foods, materials and practices.

This concept might sound a bit woo-woo, but trust me, it’s all about enhancing your well-being and connecting with the world on a deeper level—so why not try it? Let’s explore what high vibrational living is, why it’s beneficial, and how you can incorporate it into various aspects of your life. 

What is High Vibrational Living?

In short: High vibrational living is all about surrounding yourself with things that raise your energetic frequency. Everything on earth, and this is real science, has a frequency. This includes everything from the food you eat to the materials you wear and the practices you incorporate into your daily routine.

"Everything on earth has a frequency."

Surrounding yourself with high vibrational things is like tuning your life to a higher frequency where positivity, health, and happiness flow more freely. Think of it as a holistic approach to living that nurtures your mind, body, and spirit.

The History of High Vibrational Living

The concept of high vibrational living isn't new, far from it. It pops up in lots of cultures and so many different periods—it’s timeless. 

Ayurvedic teaching

In India, the concept of high vibrational energy shows up in Ayurvedic teaching. Balancing of energies (or doshas) within the body is a central idea in Ayurdeva for maintaining health. The ancient texts describe how different foods, herbs, and practices can raise or lower one's vibrational frequency. I’ll get into a few below. Another Indian practice that works with energy is Tantra. Tantra is focused on the connection between sexual energy and spiritual awakening. 

The concept of high vibrational living shows up in Ayurvedic teaching, Chinese medicine, in Native American rituals, in Maori traditions and inAyahuasca ceremonies.

Chinese Medicine

In traditional Chinese Medicine, there’s the idea of Qi, the vital life force that flows through all living things. Practices like acupuncture, herbal medicine, and Qigong (which is similar to but different from Tai Chi) are designed to balance and enhance this energy.

Native American Rituals

There are dozen of indigenous cultures that work with the idea of energy and high vibrations. For example, Native Americans have a tradition of smudging. It is a sacred ritual used for purification and spiritual cleansing. This ceremony involves burning sacred herbs such as sage, cedar, or sweetgrass to clear negative energy and create a harmonious environment. The smoke is believed to carry prayers and intentions to the heavens, raising the vibrational frequency of both individuals and spaces.

Maori Traditions

The Maori people of New Zealand perform the haka, a powerful ceremonial dance, to express emotions, convey messages, and connect with their ancestors. The rhythmic movements, chants, and gestures of the haka work to generate a collective energy that uplifts the spirit and fosters a sense of unity and strength within the community. It’s very very powerful when you experience one in person.

Ayahuasca Ceremonies & Hape

Ayahuasca Ceremonies are another example. This sacred ritual is for spiritual exploration, healing, and communion with the natural world. Practiced correctly, Ayahuasca can facilitate deep introspection, purification, and transformation, including your energy. 

Similarly, Hape (pronounced ha-PAY) is another sacred medicine, a snuff made from various plants, often containing tobacco and other medicinal herbs, which is, among other things, used for clearing energy blockages. Hape is believed to clear energetic blockages in the body, particularly in the nasal passages and energy centers (chakras). The intense sensation of the snuff can help release stagnant energy and promote a sense of clarity and purification.

High vibrational beliefs are everywhere

All to say, high vibrational beliefs are everywhere, all throughout history. And while considered more ‘woo-woo’ now in the West, are fairly mainstream beliefs across the world, all throughout history. 

High vibrational ingredients, foods, materials and practices

This list is in no way comprehensive but these are a few of the high-vibrational things you can incorporate into your life (relatively) easily. At worst, they are lovely things to have in your life, at best, they might shift things and help to raise your vibration.

Let’s dive in.

High Vibrational Skincare Ingredients


Essential Oils

You can elevate your environment with high-vibe oils like rose, frankincense, and lavender. These oils are known for their calming and uplifting properties.

Cold-Pressed Carrier Oils

The quality and source of oils matter. I always look for oils that are grown and harvested in high-energy environments to maximize their vibrational frequency. Cold-pressed means that the oils aren’t heated, keeping their beneficial properties intact. All BeautyGrass products use cold-pressed oils.


Often referred to as "liquid gold," ‘life force’ ORMUS is a mineral believed to enhance spiritual awareness and physical vitality. You can find this beauty in our PortalTides Soak.


These little wonders aren't just for food, they are an amazing high vibrational ingredient in so many ways—including skincare. Tremella, known as the "beauty mushroom," can hold 450 times its weight in water, making it a powerhouse for hydration and skin health. Mushrooms like reishi and chaga are also fantastic for hormonal balance, supporting everything from motherhood to menopause. We use Tremella in our VibrantBoost Face Mist and in our MycelliumTides Soak.


Known as an adaptogen, ashwagandha helps the body adapt to stress and promotes balance. It is believed to have a grounding effect on the mind and body, raising vibrational frequency. You can use our SacredNaked Body that contains Ashwagandha after you dry brush.

Tulsi (Holy Basil)

Tulsi is considered a sacred herb in Ayurveda and is known for its ability to uplift the spirit and promote mental clarity.

Brahmi (Gotu Kola)

Brahmi is often used to enhance cognitive function and support a calm mind. It is believed to elevate consciousness and spiritual awareness. We have Gotu Kola (and Turmeric, a spice mentioned in the next section below) in our RadicalSeeker Honey Mask and in our GoldenHigh Oil Cleanser (which also has mushrooms, holy basil, 

High Vibrational Foods

Whole Foods

Eating unprocessed, natural foods helps maintain a high vibration. Think fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. I have a list of the best 25 foods for glowing skin. Unsurprisingly they are all whole foods.

Wild-Caught Fish

These are typically higher in essential nutrients and vibrational energy compared to farmed fish.


Almonds and organic sunflower seeds are great high-vibe snacks.


This ceremonial-grade tea is packed with antioxidants and provides a clean energy boost.

Root Vegetables

Beets and sweet potatoes not only ground you but also raise your vibration with their nutrient-packed profiles. Beets are also particularly good for your oral microbiome, which is linked to your skin health, making them one of my fave high vibrational ingredients.

High Vibration Fruits

Apricots, bananas, berries, dragon fruit, and pomegranates are excellent choices.


Aromatic spices like turmeric, ginger, and cinnamon have powerful healing properties that can raise your vibrational frequency (these show up in Aruvedic medicine a lot). 

High Vibrational Practices


Consider practices a high vibrational ingredient within your life. Calm your mind and elevate your spirit through regular meditation.


Connect your body and mind with this ancient practice that enhances flexibility and inner peace. Ayurvedic teachings they talk about physical postures (asanas), breathwork (pranayama), and meditation coming together to harmonize the body, mind, and spirit, raising vibrational frequency.


Stimulate your vagus nerve and raise your vibration through controlled breathing exercises. One option is Pranayamas. These are Aruvedic controlled breathing techniques, such as alternate nostril breathing (Nadi Shodhana) and belly breathing (Diaphragmatic Breathing) that are believed to help clear energy blockages and promote vitality.

Humming, Singing, and Laughing

These simple acts can boost your mood and vibrational frequency almost instantly. Anyone who’s been to a good yoga with a good chanting component to the class knows how transformative it can be.

Forest Bathing

Forest bathing is a high-vibrational practice that connects you with the calming energy of the forest, reduces stress, and rejuvenates your mind, body, and spirit.


Regular meditation practice cultivates inner peace, reduces stress, and enhances self-awareness, all of which contribute to a higher vibrational frequency.

Vulva Massage

Vulva massage is a beautiful ritual, rooted in tantric practices, that you can incorporate to raise your vibrations.

High Vibrational Materials

Hemp and Organic Cotton

Again, matierals, like practices aren't ingrdients per se but you can consider them high vibrational ingrdients within your life as a while. Natural fibers like hemp and organic cotton are high in vibration and better for your health than synthetic materials.

Silk and Linen

These luxurious materials not only feel good but also carry a high vibrational energy.

Palo Santo and Sage

Cleanse your space by burning these sacred herbs. Remember to leave a door or window open to let the negative energies escape.

Crystals and Gemstones

Incorporate amethyst, quartz, and other crystals into your home to amplify positive energy. Each stone has unique properties that can enhance your intentions. We use Raw Carnelian, Raw Orange Calcite, Raw Red Jasper in our Temple Lube to raise its vibrations.

Jenny Jewel

This whole article is a Jenny Jewel list. But maybe one thing that’s not in the list above (I suppose it could be listed under ‘practices’) is oil pulling. I LOVE oil pulling. Oil pulling, a traditional Ayurvedic practice, involves swishing oil (you can use something like Uncle Harry’s oral swish or simply sesame oil) in the mouth for several minutes to detoxify the body. Not only does this improve oral health and is great for your oral microbiome but it’s believed to, increase vibrational frequency by removing toxins and promoting balance. I do this once, if not multiple times a day.


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