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Contributor: Rocio Graves
This creamy, antioxidant rich beauty and heart nourishing tonic created by slow food Chef and Photographer Rocio Graves is an absolutely dreamy way to begin the day. Rocio follows her intuition in the kitchen - and alchemizes with a beautiful blend of superfoods and adapgogens -Pine Pollen,  Pearl, Tocos, Ashwagandha - all added to hemp seeds, goji berries, grass-fed ghee in a tulsi rose tea base ....... divine!

 Rocío's Inspiration

It was 6:45 am and I had just opened my eyes… still in that in-between dream state, I started to create this tonic in my mind. It started with wanting to make something with goji berries for breakfast… then I thought: ‘how pretty would a goji berry tonic look?!’ 

I went downstairs to the kitchen and allowed my intuition to guide me… I chose my favourite rose tulsi tea as a base, which fees so nourishing to the heart and is anti-inflammatory. As the tea was steeping I reached out for the herbs… Pine Pollen (supports hormonal balance, enhances metabolism, supports liver in detoxifying, etc), Pearl (known to support one’s inner and outer radiance — great for even and clear skin and for collagen production) and Ashwaganda (such a healing herb, known for its stress reduction effects). 

When the rose tulsi tea was ready I poured it into the blender with the goji berries (known for being very high in antioxidants and a beauty food) and the herbs. I then added tocos, ghee and hemp seeds for a good dose of healthy fats and to make the tonic super creamy. For sweetener, I used raw honey and a pinch of salt to balance out the flavors. 

The result is this bright orange, creamy delicious, and deeply nourishing tonic. 


(serves 4 cups)

2 tbsp. goji berries

1 tea bag tulsi rose tea by Organic India steeped in 4 cups hot water

1/2 tsp. Pearl 

1/2 tsp. Ashwagandha

2 tsp. Pine Pollen

2 tbsp. hemp seeds

1 tbsp. Tocos

1 tsp. ghee

pinch pink salt

2 tbsp. raw honey



Steep tea bag in 4 cups hot water for 8-10 minutes

Add all remaining ingredients to a high speed blender together with the 4 cups of tulsi rose tea

Blend on high for 1 minute

Strain and serve!




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  • Lisa Walterson on

    I would love to make this recipe but I live in a small town and most of the ingredients you can’t get here so we’re do you recommend

Rocio Graves

Rocio Graves is a creator of beauty, a private chef, recipe creator, food photographer and stylist. Currently travelling the world, she is original of Mallorca with British roots, born in the 80’s into a small community of artists. She is a voice for sustainable-conscious living with a passion for self-healing through food, nature and spirituality.
She shares her ongoing journey of self-healing and musings of her personal transformation through her awakening experience of divorce. With the intention of inspiring and uplifting those on the path of coming back home to themselves reminding them (and myself) how powerful we truly are. 


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