The Codger's Cuppa - Cordyceps Tea (Recipe)

by Farley D June 01, 2020 1 min read

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Just how easy is tonic herbalism?!!? SO easy! This cordyceps tea recipe shows just how simple it is to integrate these magical adaptogens into your daily flow.

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At SuperFeast, we are all about the ease of integration - we don't want you to have to recreate your daily wheel, or make brand new habits; no, we invite you to simply *add* your tonic herbs to actions you already take. Upgrade your ritual.

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Today's recipe invites you to do just that! Introducing the Codger's Cuppa - and for those of you out there who are unsure what we mean by 'Codger', it means an older fellow (he might tend towards being eccentric, too ;P).

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This recipe includes Cordyceps - we love this medicinal mushroom for the older folk in our lives. It's a potent Jing (what's Jing again?!) herb that helps govern our primordial health, protects our bone health and can support athleticism and libido - both characteristics which tend to decline as we age. Join us with this super simple recipe, showing you how to integrate tonic herbs into your already-established rituals.

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INGREDIENTS

Cup of earl grey
1/4 - 1tsp SuperFeast Cordyceps
Dash of plant milk

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METHOD

1. Brew your tea

2. Stir in your cordy

3. Add your milk

4. Sip and enjoy the codger's cuppa



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