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 fruit, maca root, 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!
disclaimer | the information found on this site is for educational purposes only. it is not meant to diagnose, prevent, or cure any disease or illness. please seek the advise of a health care professional before consuming any herbs or superfoods especially if pregnant, breastfeeding, or on any medication.