Magnolia Tonic Recipe Of Goodness

January 16, 2017

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Mucuna pruriens is a leguminous vine that has naturalized itself throughout the entire world thanks to its near indestructible sea-faring beans. These beans act as a powerful physical & mental tonic which have gained respect as a medicinal food-herb in not only the Ayurvedic system of medicine but also in South American Shamanic rituals & other herbal based healing systems. Mucuna pruriens contains a wide variety of nutrients & neurotransmitters, strengthening the body & mind while tonifying the adrenal & endorphin systems. Mucuna contains a high concentration of the compound ‘L-Dopa’ which is a direct precursor to the neurotransmitter dopamine.

Kundalini Coffee is a hand crafted and masterfully blended formulation designed to elicit a unique effect that consists of awakening the mind, strengthening the body, and amplifying ones awareness. Potent, delicious, long-lasting, & uplifting alternative to coffee with a smokey, nutty, & mocha like taste. Goes great with Egyptian or Kundalini Chocolate.

Magnolia officianalis is the premier herb in the Traditional Chinese system of Medicine for reducing stress & anxiety while promoting the activities of the parasympathetic (rest & digest) nervous system. Magnolia is one tool that no herbalist should be without. Most effective in times of stress or anxiety, Magnolia has been shown to behave as a positive allosteric modulator of the benzodiazapine site which reduces the amount of GABA needed to activate the GABA(A) receptor. Magnolia also increases the expression of the alpha GABA receptors & has barbituate type effects. Outside of the potent GABAnergic effects, Magnolia may reduce the secretion of adrenaline from the adrenal glands, antagonize NMDA receptors thus reducing seizure threshold, & enhance cholinergic neurotransmission, specifically of the muscarinic subtype, strengthening the parasympathetic nervous system.

Polygala tenuifolia is a root used in traditional Chinese medicine for its ability to improve memory and protect against cognitive ailments. Limited human evidence suggests Polygala tenuifolia cannot improve memory, but may improve spatial awareness and organization.

What I have done is combine all of the ingredients above to make my own unique daily tonic mixture for my overall health and wellbeing. This is separate to my kratom and/or shilijit dosing; and adds a very special and powerful roller coaster of benefits in and of itself.

By taking the combination, within 10 minutes, I feel very much alert and mentally motivated and positive. I live with chronic pain, nerve damage, which results in a dragging body that is weak and slow. Upon taking this, all that changes. My back pain lessens, my chronic pain seems to numb up just a bit to make me be quicker and flexible. Doing daily  yoga helps me keep limber and taking this mixture helps to motivate me as well as give me the ability to do those moves without being tightened up, stiff and sore. I feel better overall, which is a big thing with people living in pain all day.

I HIGHLY recommend this mixture for yourself. Taking it for a consist week will definitely prove itself. You will notice a massive difference within that timeframe.

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Ingredients can be ordered from Merdianbotanicals.com.
Enter code “2017Shaunna” for a 20% discount.
Only thing you have to order separately is the Polygala tenuifolia. Buy HERE

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