Feeling dusty? Try this recipe!

by Farley D June 23, 2019 1 min read

schizandra-berry

Overindulged? Had a few rosés, biodynamic vinos, or home brewed beer?!? This recipe is for you!

 

No judgement here, we are all about solutions! Introducing the Dusty Schiz.

 

Schizandra (or schisandra) is such a highly revered tonic herb, an amazing sexual tonic, preserves youth, supports beautification... BUT it's the Liver where this adaptogen really works her magic. Hence this being a really nice elixir to try if you are feeling dusty (hungover). Also - if you feel you need a big flow of Qi running through your Liver, where you know you are soon to enjoy a few alcoholic beverages, then try this also as a preventative measure. 

 

Sourness, saltiness, sweetness, some peppery flavour - this baby enters all the five organ systems.

 

INGREDIENTS

1/2 - 1tsp SuperFeast Schizandra
Squeeze of lime
Hot water

 

HOW TO MAKE

- Add schiz to cup
- Add water, squeeze lime, mix
- Sip and feel the improvement!



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