The Gingerly Beautiful (Recipe)

by Farley D May 19, 2021 1 min read

The Gingerly Beautiful (Recipe)

What a gorgeous, fragrant, hot elixir we have for you today.

The Gingerly Beautiful. It's certainly one of our faves, especially during winter. Super nourishing, featuring our Beauty Blend, with those adaptogenic tonic herbs: Schizandra / Schisandra, Goji, Longan... wow.

 

So much magical protection for the liver, unique antioxidant profile, there's protection of the eyes in there, the ginger and cinnamon really helping to fire up your digestion. 

 

This gorgeous tea will ramp up your circulation, support and nourish your adrenals and kidneys, the tremella comes in to support healthy, mobile lungs and a flexible and supple skin.

 

It's a beauty this one. 

 

Let's get cracking. 

 

Ingredients

  • 1/2tsp Beauty Blend
  • 1/2tsp Tremella
  • 1/4tsp cinnamon powder
  • Juice from 1/4 lemon
  • 200ml hot fresh ginger tea
  • 1/2 tsp raw honey

 

Right now when you get both of the mushies in the recipe you can get a third mushie to try for free!

Method

1. Grate or finely cut a knob of fresh ginger, steep in hot water

2. Add your dry ingredients plus honey to your favorite mug

3. Pour in your ginger tea, stir well to ensure no clumps, add the remaining ginger tea

4. Enjoy!

 

 

 



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