What are super-herbs?
Super-herbs are uncommon indigenous plants, fruits and roots. They have been studied extensively in Asia and India. Super-herbs help to regulate a variety of bodily functions to increase and maintain balance, adaptability, vigor and youthfulness. Super-herbs provide a deeper level of energy and connection and have been used as natural medicine for centuries because they deliver meaningful healing powers.
Where can I buy super herbs?
Super herbs are widely available at Whole Foods Market or health food stores. Dragon Herbs in Los Angeles is a leading source of super herbs and their master herbalists expertly assist. Also purchase tonic herbs online at www.dragonherbs.com or www.longevitywarehouse.com.
What do super herbs taste like?
The flavor of most herbs is very bitter. Adding tonic herbs to smoothies and teas is the best way to mask the bitterness by balancing it with the sweetness of fruit, nut milk, cacao, stevia or sweet vegetables.
What are probiotics?
Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your digestive system. The human body is full of bacteria, both good and bad. Probiotics add in more "good" bacteria to help the gut function optimally and keep elimination regular.
How easy is fermenting to prepare?
It’s so easy to assemble the ingredients for fermenting foods and there’s no cooking involved. Most better groceries and health food stores carry ready-made delicious fermented foods if you’re pressed for time.
What are the benefits of eating fermented food?
Fermented foods are also known as probiotic foods. Fermenting food is a process that not only preserves the food but also creates beneficial enzymes, b-vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, and various strains of probiotics. Yogurt, miso, kimchi, kefir, pickles, sauerkraut and tempeh are all fermented. Most fermented foods are have a slightly sour flavor, but are usually eaten with sweet or salty ingredients to balance the flavor profile. Think yogurt with granola and berries.
A Peek at What's Inside
Is Book 3 for you?
Who is it for?
- You want healthy digestion and regular elimination.
- You want to find balance and handle stress better.
- You keep seeing kombucha at the grocery store and want to understand what it is and/or make it yourself.
Who is it not for?
- You don’t want to use food as medicine.
- You’re scared of a S.C.O.B.Y. but you forgot it’s a just blob of good bacteria.
- You think fermented food and tonic herbs are a very weird science experiment.
All Rawception recipes are highlighted with easy instructions that any kitchen novice can enjoy making, plus a grocery list to keep you organized. Observe how your energy improves. Feel your youthfulness grow. Enjoy newfound mental clarity. Follow Nicolle Kate’s food guides and get ready for super immunity!
- 12 new delicious and easy recipes
- Top 12 superfoods and their nutritional benefits
- Top anti-cancer foods
- GMO foods to avoid
- Rawception food theories
- Ten easy and delicious recipes that are even more nutritionally dense
- Grocery list for all recipes
- 1-week diet guide to organize your meals
Sustain your physical balance and vigor.
"Adding in super-herbs gives me so much get up and go. Each one of us is unique, so experiment with your own combinations of herbs and find out what works best for your body."