Recipe: Beauty In A Shot, Find Your Inner & Outer Radiance
by SuperFeast TeamJuly 30, 2018
1 min read
This recipe for a morning shot is designed to give you your daily dose of beautifying tonic herbs and superfoods for the healthiest skin, nails and hair ever. But we all know that that true beauty comes from the inside...
Beauty emerges from the within us when our organs are happy and the Qi is flowing. This recipe is designed to keep the organs (especially the liver, spleen and kidneys) healthy and toned so that you can continue to embody the ability to detoxify effectively and maintain healthy hormones; a HUGE aspect of radiant beauty.
This daily shot will deliver your body with:
Anti-inflammatory herbal medicine
Gut soothing and healing
Herbs to tone liver function
Herbs and supplements to help dissolve the plaque (“bad” calcium) that causes ageing
Hormone balancing adaptogenic herbs
Vitality and Qi to uplift and invigorate the organs
Everything to make your skin shine
Herbs to brighten the eyes
Antioxidant powerhouse herbs to reduce free radical damage
This is one of Mason’s “mad scientist” recipes - meaning every time he makes it, it changes a little and he just vibes it out. HOWEVER, here is a rough recipe to get you started.
Juice of 1 grapefruit (use lemon if not available)
Juice of 1/2 a lemon
400ml spring water
1. Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth
2. Store in the fridge and take 50-100mls in a beautifying shot in the morning before eating
Want to take your beauty regime next level? This shot will do the trick. To go*even* further, download our free ebook: The SuperFeast Beauty Bible. We cover the Taoist philosophy for inner and outer radiance and give you some pretty cool, quick, natural recipes using adaptogens, to add to your beauty regime. Check it out here <3
In today's podcast Mason chats with Tara Schulenberg and Brit Deanda of Elevate The Globe. Tara and Brit use their expertise as kundalini yoga practitioners to empower, support and educate individual's to live their best lives.