We're mad about Jing here at SuperFeast HQ. We've got a whole podcast episode dedicated to exploring this energy. You can read more about Jing essence and how you can cultivate and maintain it here. Basically Jing is where all of our energy comes from and there are actually three types. Head to this article to dive deep into prenatal, postnatal and kidney Jing. We've even created a beautiful, unique, special blend of Jing herbs, called the SuperFeast JING blend (see the distinction there, there are Jing herbs and the SuperFeast JING blend product!) I was dreaming about this blend for years; it's a super-blend of the Taoist herbal tradition’s treasured Jing herbs. Essential for cultivating energy in the kidneys and adrenals, for supporting healthy hormone function, boosting stamina and nourishing your libido.
Today, check out this video where I take a look at the core energy within our kidneys that, when strong and replenished, brings forth the power, stamina and strong structure that our body requires if a foundation for a long healthy life is the aim. Have you ever heard of 'leaking Jing'? Well I'll explore this concept below.
As you can see, leaking your Jing essence can lead to some debilitating issues. At SuperFeast HQ we are always thinking of our personal stores of Jing and how we can ensure we are nurturing it, rather than losing it. If you have been feeling a little depleted, stressed, tapped out or just want to inject some vitality into your life, you should try our #30daysofJING Challenge. It's easy and fun and the program is super flexible. We like #30daysofJING without stimulants and it's a great way to give your adrenals a rest period. But you are more than welcome to try the challenge while on coffee / tea / cacao and you will still feel the benefits. Check out the challenge here :)
Want to explore our Jing herbs formula, jam-packed full of nourishing, vitality-boosting herbs? Check it out here :)
It wouldn't be Brovember talking about adaptogens and tonic herbs that are super potent for when it comes to men's health, without talking about ashwagandha - the Ayurvedic Rasayana that is also hot right now, especially with men's health practitioners.