Ultimate Coffee Replacement to Heal the Adrenals (video and recipe)

by Mason Taylor August 02, 2018 1 min read

Ultimate Coffee Replacement to Heal the Adrenals (video and recipe)

JING IS DANDY RECIPE

When your adrenals need a break from the caffeine but you want that beautiful bitter taste in a morning brew, we have got you covered here! We love coffee here at SuperFeast, so if you are having coffee in your life, check out our article on How To Make Your Coffee Healthy :) 

JING is a mix of 6 tonic herbs for the Kidney organ system and adrenals. It helps restore the core energy of the body to give you long term energy and stamina; but it’s not a stimulant. The JING energy is like the power in your batteries (the Kidneys).  If you’re burning the candle at both ends or are always stressed, you will leak this precious energy. Taking Jing herbs is a way to restore and replenish the Jing, keeping you from being overly tired, exhausted or burnt-out and makes you feel generally epic from the roots up. 

Ingredients

    250ml dandy blend (roasted dandelion and chicory root) brewed tea (still hot)
    1 tsp JING1 heaped tsp coconut oil
    pinch sea salt
    optional: if you like sugar in your coffee add maple syrup or stevia to taste
     

    Method

    Blend in a high-speed blender or whisk over a low heat in a saucepan until combined. Enjoy immediately.


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