by Mason TaylorSeptember 16, 20180 Comments
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If you’re looking to lift your mood and potentiate your brain then this tonic is perfect for you.
This delicious tonic is crafted to help the body not only boost our current mood, but work on the core organ function to ensure we continue to get better a keeping our moods balanced and healthy. We have chosen to use matcha as the type of tonic we are making today, this is because we love the antioxidant profile of this beautiful herb and the way it protects the brain from oxidation.
We have added JING blend to help the body’s “roots” run deep, helping us stay hormonally and energetically “grounded” and allowing for better brain and neurotransmitter (critical for those stable moods) function.
The big hitter for making our brain health rock and keep the moods high-vibe in this tonic is the Neural Nectar. A dose of this blend ensures the brain is directly nourished, circulating healthily and has a nice dose of L-dopa entering the body from the mucuna, which brings a stabilising effect on our moods and minimises “come-down” effects post-addictive behaviour.
MATCHA MOOD BOOST
1 good tsp matcha powder
1/2 tsp JING
1/2 tsp Neural Nectar
1 tsp maple syrup (or stevia if sugar free)
250ml hot coconut milk
Whisk or blend all ingredients together until it is frothy and powders are completely dissolved.
Enjoy the mood enhancing and brain potentiating magic!
Mason’s energy and intent for a long and happy life is infectious. A health educator at heart, he continues to pioneer the way for potent health and a robust personal practice. An avid sharer, connector, inspirer and philosophiser, Mason wakes up with a smile on his face, knowing that tonic herbs are changing lives. Mason is also the SuperFeast founder, daddy to Aiya and partner to Tahnee (General Manager at SuperFeast).
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