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Andy Hnilo’s Revitalizing Herbal Tonic

morning tonic

⚡Morning Tonic⚡

Here it is… My incredibly potent Morning Tonic!
(All herbs are Jing Herbs and Starwest Botanicals. All amino acids are Bulksupplements.com)
Disclaimer: I recommend getting a full spectrum blood test done at least once a year and basing your own tonic on your inflammation markers and thyroid health. This is what I do, but all of us are different. I have noticed a consistent source of energy through this tonic that sustains throughout the day. I built this based on the chinese philosophy of strengthening our system by building better blood and circulation through adaptogenic and ayurvedic herbs and medicinal mushrooms. I combine amino acids to assist in circulating this vital nutrients from head to toe. I have notice a strengthenes immmne system, quick workout recovery, unbelievable vasodilation (circulation), stamina and sharper cognitive function.

  • 7 oz. grass-fed bone marrow bone broth
  • Half tsp Organic spirulina
  • Half tsp gynostemm
  • Half tsp organic ceylon cinnamon
  • Half tsp chaga
  • Half tsp lions mane
  • Half tsp organic turmeric powder
  • Half tsp schizandra
  • Half tsp he shou wu
  • Half tap cordyceps
  • Half tsp taurine
  • Half tsp beta alanine
  • Half tsp lysine
  • Half tsp citrulline
  • Half tsp arginine
  • Tbs ascorbic acid
  • Half tsp sodium bicarbonate
  • Half tsp agmatine sulphate
  • Half tsp glutamine
  • Half tsp organic horse-chestnut powder
  • Half tsp organic MSM
  • Half tsp Himalayan salt
  • Whole leaf of Aloe Vera (cut out clear inner part)
  • 3’’ chunk of organic turmeric root (diced)
  • Pinch of organic black pepper for absorption
  • Thinly sliced fermented ginger.
  • Apple cider vinegar.

Enjoy😬 (tastes brutal)

4 thoughts on “Andy Hnilo’s Revitalizing Herbal Tonic

  1. Hi Jason! No problem, thank you for reading!

  2. Do you mix this tonic up every morning? Or do you put many ingredients all together once and measure out daily portions as you go?

  3. Hi Andy,
    Please thinking about putting together a herb tonic kit for us, that’s a lot of work.
    Much appreciate all you do.

    All the best!

  4. Thanks for your recipe Andy. Much appreciated.

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