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My Energy-Chi (or Energy-Qi) Tonic is something you’ve never experienced before. The instant yet deeply restorative long-burning energy you get from this lightly creamy elixir is so epic, I had to make it the first drink I demonstrated at a recent potluck/longevity lecture I did in Mill Valley, CA.

If They Mated: Rich Superfood Smoothie + Ice Watery Herbal Elixir. Audience, can you guess what their offspring would look like? It’s my handsome Energy-Qi Tonic.

The key ingredient is my new Longevity Power product Maca Bliss, a powdered 10:1 extract of Black Maca. It’s sweet and creamy without the starch and sugar found in whole maca, plus it’s black maca which according to the research is more powerful than red, yellow and mixed color maca. As an extract it becomes a true herbal tonic, as well as a highly concentrated superfood. Serious anti-stress food for your endocrine system (hormones) and quite warming for the winter. Read more about what makes this product so exceptional HERE.

Energy-Chi Tonic

Party Size. Makes about 6 cups. To make a personal size, half every ingredient.

Blend in blender:

5 ½ cups spring water

2 cups ice cubes

1 – 2 tablespoons Longevity Power’s Maca Bliss

1 tablespoon soaked raw organic almonds (or unsoaked)

½ teaspoon sea salt

1/8 teaspoon KAL stevia extract powder

OPTIONAL: Add a couple pinches of holiday spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.

Strain through 2 nut mylk bags (1 inside the other) into a large bowl. Serve everyone!

Stay fueled,

Christian

This delicious and aromatic cream of sage, rosemary and thyme soup is loaded with mood-lifting, libido-enhancing, nervous system nourishing superfoods so as to pleasure your holiday fancy with a partner and keep you both feeling grounded and energized. Your nervous system from your brain to the sensors of your skin will come alive as the coconut oil combined with the minerals in the sea vegetables soothes your receptor sites making you feel at ease and home for the holidays from the inside out. This is also one of the few savory recipes today that contains the renowned hormone-modulating maca.

Serves 2 on the lighter side: Feel free to double the recipe.

Aphrodisiac Cream of Sage, Rosemary and Thyme soup garnished with a sprinkle of Coconut Aminos and a pinch of parsley

Blend in a high-speed blender on high for 1 – 2 minutes:

 

2 1/2 cups warm herbal tea (ginger and medicinal mushrooms like shiitake are easy and flaverful!)

3 tablespoons organic miso (chickpea miso is excellent and soy-free)

3 tablespoons organic dried sea vegetables (choose from whole kelp, dulse, sea lettuce, laver and other favorites)

1 1/2 tablespoons coconut oil

1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil, grass-fed ghee, or more coconut oil

2 teaspoons hemp seeds

1 teaspoon freshly squeezed organic lemon or lime juice

1 – 2 teaspoons Longevity Power Maca Bliss

1 teaspoon Longevity Power Mushroom Immunity or He Shou Wu

1 teaspoon organic fresh or dried rosemary

1 teaspoon organic fresh or dried sage leaf

1/4 teaspoon organic fresh or dried thyme

1/8 teaspoon organic dried cayenne (whole dried or powder, approximately 40,000 IU, a measurement of heat units)

1 pinch sea salt

OPTIONAL:

1 clove garlic

1/8 teaspoon MORE dried cayenne

 

The soup should end up quite warm (because of starting with warm herbal tea and the warming friction of the blender) and creamy with the sea vegetables well blended. Blend longer if using a low-powered blender. Pour into ceramic mugs or bowls and garnish with parsley, coconut amines/organic soy sauce, more lemon or lime juice, ad sprinkles of cayenne powder or Maca Bliss.

 

Feel the love for the holidays! Take great care of yourself!

-Christian Bates

 

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