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April 14, 2021

Nourish the feminine

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Women’s health and wellbeing has become a hot topic, as we all start to appreciate the importance of taking care of our hormonal, mental, and emotional health for the benefit of all. Any tools we can get our hands on are hot property, as we navigate our busy western lives, lives that can cause havoc on our endocrine and nervous systems. 

One such tool is the anciently revered medicinal mushrooms, which have long been used for fertility support, hormonal balancing, and nurturing the female essence. SuperFeast, a local business dealing in medicinal mushrooms and adaptogens, has a passion for supporting females and their health and wellbeing. 

With a wealth of knowledge in taoist and yogic healing arts, from herbalism to yoga and chi nei tsang, SuperFeast founder Mason Taylor and general manager Tahnee McCrossin will be hosting a unique event at Bruns Picture House on Saturday 27 July, sharing their top tips for nourishing the feminine. Specialising in taoist tonic herbs, Mason and Tahnee are passionate health educators, offering countless resources to take your wellbeing to the next level, including the SuperFeast podcast. 

This event is an opportunity to witness the live recording of an upcoming podcast episode, centred on women’s health, hormones, and vitality. Guests will be treated to an adaptogenic elixir (coined the ultimate medicinal mushroom hot chocolate) and will receive a free nourishing women’s herbal blend. This blend is yet to be released and will be launched to the public in the coming months. For event details, head to


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