Jing, Qi and Shen for a Vibrant Life

by Farley D October 30, 2020 1 min read

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At SuperFeast, we follow the Daoist philosophy. This is inclusive of how we source our tonic, adaptogenic herbs (called Di Dao), the foods we eat (eating for the seasons) and lifestyle practices (Yin yoga and Qi Gong are some).

 

A fundamental part of the Daoist tradition is the notion of the Three Treasures and today, Mason (owner of SuperFeast) explores these Treasures and how they relate to you creating your healthiest self.

 

You will hear:

-- What is a 'superior herb' and how they relate to the Three Treasures

-- Exactly what are the Three Treasures?

-- Diving in to each of the Treasures; Jing, Qi and Shen

-- Which tonic herbs can support your Treasures

 

(If you prefer reading, over watching, then head to our article here on the Three Treasures).

The Three Treasures are such an important concept for us, that we have a tonic herb blend to help support and nourish each of these Essences.

 

***JING blend: one of the bread and butters at SuperFeast, huge cult fave. Helps to cultivate energy in your Kidneys and adrenals, while supporting healthy hormone function, stamina and libido.

***QI blend: carefully chosen herbs that work to strengthen your Lungs, Spleen, and surface immunity (Wei Qi).

***SHEN blend: the newest blend to join our apothecary of tonic herbs. Gorgeous herbs to calm the mind and nourish the Heart so we may develop our own wisdom, joy and highest virtues.

 

If you have enjoyed this chat, you will love our FREE Tonic Herbalism 101 course. It's online and go at your own pace and yes, it's all free. It covers off the Three Treasures, but also medicinal mushrooms and tonic herbs, what they are,their wonderful health benefits and how to integrate them into your life. You can sign up for this exciting course here.



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