Mineral Replenish

Mineral Replenish

According to Taoist philosophy, Qi is the life force circulating through all things. Experience it in the vibrant green of nutrient-dense plants that are the foundation of this deeply sustaining blend. This infusion of earthen minerals and trace elements is easy to assimilate and formulated to invigorate. When you’re feeling depleted, drink it up and fill your body with the uplifting phosphorescent glow of a mountain meadow in springtime.

Ingredients

Nettle Leaf

Urtica diocia, is a member of the Urticaceae family native to Europe, Asia, Northern Africa, and Western North America. Nettles are an erect perennial herb, growing to five feet or so. It has creeping roots, square stems, lance-shaped leaves with serrated edges, and clusters of small green flowers. It is named for the millions of hair like needles covering its leaves and stem that pack a dose of formic acid when they burst.

Nettle Leaf
Oat Straw

Avena sativa, a member of the Poaceae family, an important source of food, medicine, and a soil building cover crop, is native to the fertile crescent of the Far East. One of the most common of all domesticated crops, it is now cultivated worldwide. Long utilized as a source of sustenance and nutrition, as well a valuable herbal medicine, oats’ medicinal effects have not drawn much in the way of detailed scientific investigation.

Oat Straw
Alfalfa Leaf

Alfalfa is a perennial flowering plant in the pea family, Fabaceae, cultivated as an important forage crop in many countries around the world, including the United States. Alfalfa has been cultivated for centuries for its valuable medicinal properties.

alfalfa medicago
Lemongrass

There are dozens of varieties of lemongrass, each with unique tastes and fragrances. Certain varieties have hints of ginger, rose, or various citrus notes, due to variations in aromatic oil content, making each one uniquely sought after for specific recipes or tea combinations.

Horsetail Leaf

Equisetum Arvense, sometimes called Shavegrass or Scouring rush for its ability to polish metal, is an ancient plant in the Equisetaceae family that once covered the earth more densely than forests over 350 million years ago. It is named for the shape of its foliage that somewhat resembles that of a horse’s tail. although it’s just a couple of feet in height, it was once as tall as a palm tree.

Horsetail Leaf
Red Clover Blossom

Trifolium Pratense is a member of the Fabaceae, or bean family, native to Northern Africa, Asia, and Europe. It has since naturalized and has been happily growing in virtually every corner of the world. Red clover is grown extensively as a nitrogen-fixing cover crop in organic agriculture to build healthy soil and has a long history of medicinal use in varied cultures throughout the world.

Red Clover Blossom
Raspberry Leaf

Rubus Idaeus, a member of the Rosaceae family, is native to Asia and North America. Now cultivated worldwide for its fruit, the raspberry leaf has also played a significant role in the Traditional Medicine systems of many cultures throughout the world.

Raspberry Leaf
Rose Hips

Rosa Canina, commonly known as Dog-Rose, is a member of the Rosaceae family, native to Europe, Northern Africa, and Asia. The flowers are usually pale-pink in color, and this plant has a habit of climbing up into tall trees by using its grappling hook like thorns to hold on to the trunk. The fruit of the rose is called its hip, and dog-rose has some particularly attractive hips.

Rose Hips
Linden Leaf & Flower

Tilia Cordata, a member of the Tiliaceae family, also called the small leaved Linden, is native to Europe and Northern Asia. It is a moderately large deciduous tree with heart-shaped leaves and fragrant greenish-white flowers. Linden is a popular tree in urban landscaping and its lusciously sweet fragrance is attractive to both people and honeybees.

Linden Leaf & Flower
Liquid Chlorophyll

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Liquid Chlorophyll

The Formula

Mineral Replenish is the expression of the Ayurvedic principle of Rasa, the vital essence in our food extracted through the process of digestion. Rasa is the material foundation for creation of life force energy known as “qi” in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Qi is absorbed through the air we breathe and the nutrients in our diet, and circulates throughout the body, activating all life processes. The herbs in this elixir have long been used in the “wise woman” tradition of grassroots herbalism because they contain compounds necessary for optimal functioning and development of all physiological processes. This foundation of this formula is based on nettles and oats, both highly nourishing greens. Combined with other well-known herbs, such as horsetail, red clover and alfalfa, used to fill in the broad micro-nutrient profile. All of these mineral replenishing herbs are among the first of the spring greens available to cleanse and renew our systems. The bio-availability of their nutrients is enhanced through this liquid preparation, which requires less energy for digestion.

Uses and Benefits

Drink Mineral Replenish as part of your daily health practice. Stress and fast living accelerate depletion of nutrient reserves, similar to the way a high- revving engine burns up vital fluids. This leads to an imbalance in the body chemistry, creating an overly acidic, pro-inflammatory environment. The concentrated nutrients and phytochemicals in this herbal formula supplement the body’s reserves and increase the removal of unwanted wastes. It invigorates the tissues, enhancing the strength, resiliency and sheen of bones, hair, nails, teeth and skin. Drinking Mineral Replenish as part of a daily health practice promotes a cool, well-lubricated system and neutralizes some of the effects of a turbulent modern lifestyle. It’s perfect when you’re feeling withered and depleted and provides ongoing maintenance and mild detoxification when consumed regularly.

Many different cultures still enjoy soups made from fresh, spring greens including the powerful Nettle. Nettles grow abundantly in many places, and the younger ones provide a tender green leaf that makes a delicious soup.
Nourishment is the primary strategy for increasing health. Just as with plants that aren’t thriving, the strategy is to begin by enhancing the soil. Increasing our mineral and vital nutrient reserves with a primarily plant‐based diet is an excellent way to vitalize the earth element within us.