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Tahini Adaptogen Latte

By January 22, 2020 March 20th, 2020 No Comments
Tahini Medicinal Mushroom Latte

Adaptogen is something you commonly hear about in today’s world and rightly so. But what exactly is an adaptogen and how can we benefit from these powerful compounds in the ever fast-paced world we live in today?

An adaptogen is commonly used in herbal medicine with the emphasis on balancing the physiological processes and encouraging of homeostasis within the body and mind. Some classic adaptogens you will typically come across are:

  • Reishi
  • Maitake
  • Shiitake
  • Lion’s Mane
  • Cordyceps Militaris
  • Rhodiola
  • Ashwagandha
  • Holy Basil
  • Gotu Kola
  • Turmeric

Many of these adaptogens go back to Chinese and Ayurvedic healing traditions.

Now that you have a little background of what an adaptogen is. Are you looking for a new and different twist on your classic adaptogen latte to make in the morning or afternoon? You are in luck! Jordan of @jordanbrucerhn has crafter together this adaptogen latte masterpiece.

Let’s dive into the details that make this recipe shine!

HOW TO:
– French press of organic coffee
– A big dollop of tahini, I opted for this over tahina
– 2 soft dates, I’ll try one next time
– Cinnamon
– Maca, if it works for your body
– 1/2 tsp Real Mushrooms Chaga extract
– He Shou Wu – I added it for some yin, to be more in touch with my feminine side, increase intuition and be more receptive to spirit ✨
– add all ingredients high-speed blender and enjoy!!

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Jordan Bruce

Jordan Bruce

Jordan Bruce is a registered holistic nutritionist and owner of Bruce's Roots Wellness. Her passion lies in educating and supporting clients so they can make small changes that have big impacts. Jordan's areas of focus include adrenal fatigue (burn out), plant-based eating and digestion. She respects the holistic perspective as each system is connected while also utilizing scientific preventative health DNA testing and live blood analysis. One on one consults are offered in-person in North Vancouver or by the phone all over the world. Outside of work, you'll find her hiking with her dog, visiting local vegan restaurants and taking 2-hour baths (often with broccoli and hummus