Malik – Dragon’s Den Superfoods

Dragon’s Den – Original Green Drink

Original Green Drink contains Alfalfa grass, Dandelion greens, Oat grass, Barley grass, Wheatgrass, Hawaiian spirulina, and broken-cell wall Chlorella – all chlorophyll-rich. Chlorophyll’s structure is almost identical to hemoglobin – the protein in the blood that carries oxygen to our cells. Chlorophyll has a very cleansing effect on the bloodstream and healing and revitalizing effect on the body, in particular, the kidneys, liver, and intestines. In addition, these sea vegetables and grass powders contain amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids. These are all important for heart health, proper immune system functioning, and activation of our healing system. Shop >

Watch Video > How to Make Green Drink – Basic & Deluxe
Recipe > Green Lemon Ginger Beauty Tonic
Recipe > Liver Rescue Juice

Dragon’s Den – Original Superfood Blend

Dragon’s Den Superfood Blend combines Maca, Astragulus, Goji berries, Asian Panax Ginseng, Eleuthero, Reishi, American Ginseng and wild bee pollen – Qi- and blood tonics and adaptogenic herbs that enhance energy. However, these are not stimulants, instead, they help the body function optimally, resulting in a natural increase in energy. Maca is said to increase energy and endurance, and support healthy libido. Astragulus is widely used in Chinese Medicine to support healthy immune function, and for thousands of years, in the orient, Reishi is considered a longevity herb that builds Shen (opens us to our higher nature), and ginseng used to rejuvenate and revitalize the body, mind, and spirit. Bee pollen was also used by ancient cultures, and have with its wide range of vitamins and minerals been shown to aid stamina in athletes. Shop >

Recipe > Berry Ginger Smoothie

Dragon’s Den – Anti-inflammatory Tea

Dragon’s Den Anti-inflammatory Tea is inspired by Ayurvedic Medicine with a blend of turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, and black pepper.

Turmeric, the main ingredient, is an aromatic, stimulant and tonic, carminative, antihelmintic (expels worms), vulnerary (skin healer) and antibacterial. Curcumin is the compound that makes turmeric yellow and is mainly responsible for turmeric’s anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, turmeric has a wealth of benefits for the digestive system, and research has shown to have broad anti-cancer benefits.
Ginger increases circulation, promotes digestion and reduces phlegm in the lungs. Ginger is used in treating colds, indigestion, arthritis, hemorrhoids, and menstrual cramps.
Cinnamon increases vitality warms and energizes the body as a whole, improves digestion, relieves abdominal spasms and aids the peripheral blood circulation.
Black pepper reduces free radicals and is considered a premier detoxifier and anti-aging herb, in addition to enhancing the absorption of curcumin.
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Recipe > Papaya Tahini Smoothie
Recipe > Golden Milk
Recipe > Golden Matcha

The information on this handout is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. For more information pertaining to your personal needs, please see a qualified health practitioner.

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