Cordyceps Rose Spiced Latte

A lot of you think that Cordyceps might be crazy energizing, but it's not always the case. Adaptogens have that natural intelligence that will manifest differently in every single person due to balancing powers that it contains. Adaptogens bring homeostasis to our stress response system, and by doing so it might energize or relax you. And this all depends on what you need in this moment. This "bi-polarizing" effect is a trademark within adaptogenic plants, as its innate intelligence will bring homeostasis in a very unique way. In other works, if you're working with borderline adrenal fatigue, this might be just the right energizer for you to enliven and restore. If you're running way too much energy and feel frantic, then this might just round out the edges, helping you utilize your energy sustainably.
This is an exquisite alternative to your morning cup of coffee, or afternoon booster. This will give you the right dose for energy, creativity and even some mojo! For you coffee lovers always asking how to hack the coffee routine, you can also add your Cordyceps to your coffee, and you'll feel it too. It's actually one of the more pleasant tasting and smelling of the mushroom family, and it's easy to sneak in to food, and even your kids meals. 

ingredients:

5–7 green cardamom pods
3–4 whole cloves
1–2 star anise ( optional )
5 peppercorns ( optional)
1 cup of water
3+ slices ginger (add more if you like it very gingery)
1 cinnamon stick (break it into pieces)
2 tablespoons black tea, loose leaf ( or 1–2 tea bags) 
1 tablespoon rose petals
1 teaspoon cordyceps powder
1/2 tablespoon of coconut cream powder, (or nut butter of choice) - optional
1 cup milk of your choice- almond, oat, soy, cashew, hemp, macadamia etc.
1-2 teaspoons coconut sugar or maple syrup, or sweetener of choice
 

instructions:

Lightly crush spies together and place in a small pot with 1 cup of water. Add ginger, cinnamon cordyceps, and black tea. 
Bring to a boil. Turn off heat and let seep 10 minutes…. or for several hours. The longer, the more flavor.
Once the heat is mild, add the rose petals and steep them with the rest.
Strain and add your milk and coconut cream powder and whisk intensively to froth it up. Or if you're making a big batch, you can add your milk and cream once you're ready to serve. This way you can keep a big jar of the concentrate in your fridge. 
Enjoy the magic!

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