Nourish Your Adrenals (Recipe and Video)

by Farley D June 19, 2020 1 min read


Refreshing, floral, elegant and pretty. Meet the OranJING Cooler!


Loaded with vitamin C, this delicious and super easy (did we mention refreshing?) cooler is a beautiful addition to your #30daysofJING Challenge! Our JING blend packs a punch with six of the most epic, potent Jing herbs to support and nourish your adrenals and bring life to your Kidneys. (Do you know about our #30daysof JING Challenge? Read below for more info, we hope you join us!)



1/2 - 1 tsp of JING
1/2 tsp orange zest
1 orange peeled and chopped
Small handful of rose petals 
Handful of ice
200mls water


  1. Into blender
  2. Blend for min 45secs
  3. Pour into tumblers or flutes and enjoy!


Are you joining us for #30daysofJING Challenge this 2020, we kick off on July1? It's pretty cold in the southern hemisphere at the moment, so if you are after a winter warmer to support you through the Challenge, make sure you download our Challenge Starter Kit, with plenty of recipes and support to help you through the month of July!

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