It is so hard to pick a favorite!
I Am Gaia has been my main support while working to address blood and Yang deficiency. I love it blended as a hot tonic with some MCT coconut oil when I am reaching for that next coffee I know I don't need.
I like moving, I think a lot and am driven by a passionate nature, for me my herbal practice is all about supporting my foundations and daily output so I don’t overcook myself. The philosophy behind these herbs is gently teaching me how to do this and it’s a fun ride and curious ride.
I generally flow with whatever resonates intuitively, for a little while this has been a morning Neural Nectar. This supports my morning movement practice and gets me in the flow.
Throughout the day I’ll get some mushrooms in: Mason's are my go-to, lately I’m feeling some additional Chaga to support my sleep cycle so that’s popping in where it pleases. I’ll either do a simple tea or mix into a hot choco.
Before bed, it’s a pungent combo of ashwag and Reishi to mellow out the nervous system. He Shou Wu has been joining the slumber party to nourish the Yin lately, deepening the flavor load to the old taste buds, woof! It ain't for the faint-hearted but it does the trick.
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