SUMA | Brazilian Ginseng

$ 34

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Suma is known in South America as para toda - "for all things" - and also as Brazilian Ginseng: it's widely used as an adaptogen, similarly to "regular" Ginseng. For hundreds of years, the indigenous peoples of the Amazon region have employed Suma for a wide variety of uses: as a general tonic; as an energizing, rejuvenating and sexual tonic; and as a general cure-all for many types of illnesses. 

Key Benefits:

  • Adaptogenic* [R]
  • Anti-inflammatory* [R]
  • May be energizing* [R]
  • May act as a hormone regulator* [R]
  • May boost libido* [R]

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases. 

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Adaptogenic Chai

INGREDIENTS: 8oz water, 4oz plant based milk, coconut sugar to taste, 1 heaping Tbsp of black tea, 1-2tsp of Suma, 4 Cardamom pods,1 small Cinnamon stick, 1/4” coin of fresh Ginger, pinch of Fennel seeds (about 10 seeds) DIRECTIONS: Bring water and milk to a simmer with spices in a medium saucepan.  Reduce heat to lowest setting and add tea. Steep until tea takes on a deep, pinky-tan color, about 3 min, stirring occasionally.  Strain into a cup and stir in sugar to taste. Recipe by Jennifer Pallian

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