Potion - Sunshine
sunshine in a cup.
lab notes | heat up fav nut mylk + whisk in one to two teaspoons of sunshine. remove from heat + add one teaspoon of raw honey. sip + nourish.
scoop or sprinkle half to one teaspoon in smoothies, elixirs, + any favourite dish daily
ingredients | (turmeric root, true cinnamon, lucuma, maca root, lions’s mane mushroom extract, black pepper)*, love. *organic powder
- no sweeteners (including stevia), preservatives, fillers or artificial flavours
- products are made without gluten, grains, sugar, nuts, soy, corn, dairy, eggs. however, they are made in a facility that also handles wheat, grains, peanuts + tree nuts.
turmeric: traditionally used as a spice, as a powerful anti-inflammatory, + been known to increase antioxidant capacity of the body, which may help to fight free radicals. this in turn may assist in preventing neurodegenerative disease, + could help support those with common digestive issues, joint pain, + symptoms of depression.
lucuma: this superfood powder is made from the subtropical fruit of the lucuma tree found in Peru, Chile + Ecuador! known there as the ‘Gold of the Incas’, it has a sweet caramel or maple flavour but has been known to help stabilize blood sugar levels! not only that, lucuma may have anti-inflammatory, anti-aging + skin-repair effects.
maca: this adaptogenic superfood is a member of the cruciferous family (like broccoli + cabbage!). it has been used for thousands of years. this slightly sweet + nutty flavoured root may help balance hormones, has been used to support the immune system, act as an aphrodisiac, + has been said to help to increase focus + energy by regulating the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. maca is known to have all 8 essential amino acids, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, + vitamins B1,B2, C + E! talk about an ancient treasure.
true cinnamon: this beautiful, warming spice is used as an anti-inflammatory, a powerful antioxidant, + an antimicrobial, which may in turn support your immune system. true cinnamon may help support healthy blood pressure levels + improve circulation. what’s more, true (ceylon) cinnamon has been used to help stabilize blood sugar levels as well as protect neurons which may help prevent neurodegenerative disease.
black pepper: more than just a spice! it is known as an antibacterial by nature which may in turn help relieve symptoms of cough/colds. black pepper has also been used to stimulate digestion + support intestinal health. what’s more, it may also increase the bioavailability of curcumin which is known to be the active compound found in turmeric. now that’s nothing to sneeze at!