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February 25, 2021

A little bit superhuman

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Tonic herbs have been used for thousands of years to bring health and vitality to the entire body, support longevity and healthy ageing, and to create inner and outer radiance.

This Tuesday 5 February there’s a chance to meet the crew at SuperFeast in Byron and find out more about their premium herbs and medicinal mushrooms. According to the SuperFeast crew, they only sell what they take – what they give to their families and friends, and so they only work with the best herbs.

‘We want potent herbs, rooted in history and love, grown with their feet in the soil and the sun on their faces. We want our mushrooms to experience their potential as the connectors and unifiers of the forest before we ingest them, so we can take on those qualities too. You are what you eat.

‘We want our herbs to push up through rocky soil and compete, to fight to survive, to grow strong. We want to take on those qualities too. We want to support industries that have been operating for thousands of years, cultivating and ingesting these herbs. We believe in nature. We believe she provides the best feast. We believe we all have the potential to be a little bit superhuman.

‘Our wild or wild-crafted herbs are extracted consciously, packed with love, and delivered to your fave healthfood store or doorstep,’ they say.

On the Chinese New Year you are invited to join the crew at SuperFeast HQ in Byron Bay to celebrate! From 10am till 4pm there will be delicious herbal tonics (BYO cup), free giveaways and prizes, and an interactive display of tonic herbs and medicinal mushrooms. Mason, Tahnee, and the crew of herb specialists will be available all day for herbal consultations and chats. Plus there will be 20 per cent off all their old branded stock, so it’s a terrific opportunity to stock up on your favourite herbs!

SuperFeast. 4/20 Brigantine St, Byron Bay
www.superfeast.com.au


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1 COMMENT

  1. ‘Tonic herbs have been used for thousands of years to bring health and vitality to the entire body, support longevity and healthy ageing,y and to create inner and outer radiance’

    ‘Our wild or wild-crafted herbs are extracted consciously’

    Oh please, if Alternative Marketing is going to get this cheesy I’m going vegan. Or back to Levis and Coke …

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