Mason (founder of SuperFeast) recently took an expedition to China, straight to the source. Mason traveled far and wide throughout the pristine regions of China, working closely with the SuperFeast farmers at several herb sites. It is of utmost importance that these ancient medicines we are offering out to the community are being sourced according to the traditional Daoist (Taoist) philosophy. These herbs have emerged from a system that is thousands of years old and we are committed to upholding these methods. So what does this mean? Well, if you aren't so familiar with Di Dao, check out this article here. Essentially it means sourcing herbs from their spiritual homeland. We know that herbs sourced in this way are the most potent and energetically as dense as possible.
Mason will continue traveling to China to work with our small-batch harvesters, who uphold the Daoist tradition and intuitively harvest in a long-term and careful manner.
Check out the below vision to get up close and personal with our tonic herb farms, this stuff is Di Dao. Join Mason as he shows you the most potent reishi on the planet. This reishi is a small-batch operation, run by Mr. Qi. We're talking local and small. Wild Duanwood oak is used to grow the reishi, check it out here.
Zero pesticides, a hell-load of weeds and nature, pure spring water - that's why our reishi is the best quality and most powerful that you will find.
Reishi is so transformative, she is and always be the queen. This gorgeous Shen herb will help with anxiety and sleep issues and is a potent immunomodualtor. Allergies, asthma and hay fever really benefit from reishi use. Reishi will tone your vagus nerve and support your beautiful heart and Heart system and improve your communication and perception.
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