Energising Elixirs

Natural High Elixir

Are you ready for this one? Yes. It is going to cost a little to set you up – you don’t need to go all in at first if this is your intro to potent healing elixirs, maybe try with the gynostemma and cordyceps to get going – but you will feel the benefits and will be glad you made the investment.

You can also get gynostemma tea bags and just use those on their own for an energy/longevity boost if you want to keep it simple.

Ingredients

  • 500ml gynostemma tea
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1-2 tbsp hemp seeds / protein powder
  • 1 tsp local organic honey
  • 2 tbsp raw cacao powder
  • 1 tps He Shou Wu extract powder
  • 1/2 tsp cordyceps extract powder
  • Pinch vanilla powder
  • Pinch sea salt
  • 1/8 tsp Shilajit

 

Make it

Blend together until creamy & enjoy.

Healing Notes

  • If you want to go for a medicinal mushroom tincture vs powder i recommend checking out these guys www.bristolfungharium.com
  • Gynostemma is a deeply revered longevity tea in Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • He Shou Wu is a powerful anti-aging herb that stimulates ‘Jing’ – our life force energy
  • Cordyceps is an energising medicinal mushroom
  • Shilajit is nutrient dense high altitude plant that increases endurance and memory amongst many other

10 Day Guayusa Tea Challenge

If you’re a coffee addict and feeling sluggish this one’s for you.

“Guayusa tea is made from the leaves of a holly tree in the Amazon. It is caffeinated but gives a clean, stable energy boost without the spike and crash that you get with coffee”.

I was first introduced to this tea as part of a meditation and we drank mindfully and connected to the spirit of the plant medicine and were taken on a journey. I ended up meeting a monkey called ‘Rafiki’ in the jungle with a message to always remember to have fun. Presence, mindfulness, connection to source and intention are powerful. 

 

Ingredients

  • Tbsp Guayusa tea
  • Fresh filtered water

Make it

To make one mug of this beautiful tea steep in hot water for 5 minutes.
If you have a nice tea set, get it out and make this a ceremony.

 

Healing Notes

  • Coffee is known in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a ‘thief’, meaning it takes more than it gives. You may feel an energy hit but it had a ‘diuretic’ effect which takes away hydration from the body, causing tiredness, it’s tough on the kidneys and depletes Jing (life force energy stored in the kidneys). If you’re feeling particularly fearful, anxious or stressed i would avoid coffee for sure.
  • If you’re a big coffee drinker you may experience some mild withdrawal symptoms so i’d advise taking it easy, listening to your body and drinking lots of water but as there’s still caffeine, just a cleaner kind, you should be ok and notice the benefits.
  • Switch out your coffee or other morning tea for this for 10 days and see how it goes.

 

Introducing the Noffee-tini – the Buzzy, High-vibe Friend of the Classic Espresso Martini.

Alchemising active plant-based functional ingredients together to introduce to you a sexy, dark & euphoric healing friend to the classic espresso martini. Giving you all the natural highs without the lows. 

Ingredients

  • 1 scoop of Noffee 
  • 1/4 tsp shilajit (less is more here)
  • Handful of filtered ice
  • 2/3 tbsp Three Spirit ‘Social Elixir’
  • 2 tbsp organic coconut milk
  • 1/2 tsp natural organic vanilla essence 

Make it

  • Brew Noffee in a cafetière with hot water and allow to cool. 
  • Stir in Shilajit
  • Add the ice, Three Spirit ‘Social Elixir’, coconut milk and vanilla essence to a cocktail shaker and shake it up
  • Add 1 cup of brewed and cooled Noffee to your potent potion and mix again until super frothy
  • Serve in your fav martini glass and enjoy

 

Elevating an old favourite with @noffeeuk a ‘powerhouse of natural goodness’ swapping jitter inducing coffee for grounding chicory root & @threespiritdrinks ‘Social Elixir’ igniting a blissed-out natural buzz with lion’s mane mushroom, Yerba mate and damiana – which also happens to be a libido enhancer! 😉

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