Healer Superfood Adaptogen Blend


Raw Maca*, He Shou Wu, Reishi, Vanilla Bean*, Cinnamon*, Ginger*


Find out more about our ingredients here.


+ Immune-boosting and anti-inflammatory properties

+ Promotes healthy aging, longevity, and virility

+ Works great as an appetite-suppressant

+ Supports energy-yielding metabolism

+ Helps regulate heart-rate and blood-pressure levels

  • 26 Servings per Bag 

Powered by These vital Ingredients to make your next Life-changing smoothie 

  • Immune boosting, Heart Healing Reishi Mushroom Ancient Chinese Herb is also known as an Adaptogen 
  • Ancient Chinese Herb He Shou Wu (foti root) used for longevity, & liver cleansing; also known as an Adaptogen 
  • High Altitude - Hand Harvested Peruvian Maca
  • A good source of vitamin C, to further promote a healthy immune system and nutrient  absorption 

Our health experts team has crafted a delicious and powerful healing boost to help you get the most from your day. Packed with only the best ingredients to give you exactly what your body needs and your tastebuds crave, so you can live a life you love.

Utterly Adaptable

Add to any smoothie for an extra immune boost; If you’re looking for a blend to play with, the Healer is the choice for you. For a creamy smoothie bowl, try adding fresh fruit like banana, strawberry, blueberry alongside almond or a nut-butter. Top with chia, hemp seeds and coconut flakes for a perfect on-the-go lunch or post-workout meal. 


+ Immune-boosting and anti-inflammatory properties

+ Promotes healthy aging, longevity, and virility

+ Works great as an appetite-suppressant

+ Supports energy-yielding metabolism

+ Helps regulate heart-rate and blood-pressure levels


Raw Maca*, He Shou Wu, Reishi, Vanilla Bean*, Cinnamon*, Ginger*


Find out more about our ingredients here.

Nutritional Values

How To Use

Smoothie Boost

1. Toss your favorite smoothie ingredients or LifeBar Superfood Smoothie in the
2. Add 1 and 1/2 tbs of Healer Adaptogen Boost
3. Pour in your favorite non-dairy liquid
4. Blend until smooth
5. Enjoy


When delivering frozen products, there may be an increase in the shipping rate due to being in a different transit zone. (For all of our perishable shipping we use UPS as our preferred partner).

Please see our shipping map to show standard shipping times. If your address is in the red area, we will be adding a supplementary charge to your shipping rate to ensure your smoothie kits arrive in frozen shape with dry ice.

The timeframe for order delivery is divided into two parts:

+ Processing time: Includes order verification, manufacturing, quality checking, and packaging. All orders are sent to our manufacturing facility for dispatch within 24 hours after your order is placed. All Smoothie kit orders will be scheduled for delivery Monday & Tuesday to make sure they arrive at your door in frozen quality. You will receive tracking information on your order once your order is shipped.

+ Shipping time: This refers to the time it takes for items to be shipped from our warehouse to the destination. International delivery usually takes about 15–30 business days. US orders are shipped by e-packet, which is a US Postal Service product. After processing and leaving the warehouse, items usually take between 2 and 5 days to arrive at their destination, but this duration can vary at busy times.


Pea Protein

Pea protein is exactly how it sounds, a protein made from peas. As pea protein is formed typically from a mechanical process, it retains soluble fibre making it excellent for digestion. More recently, pea protein has been used as a bulk powder or excellent substitute for meat protein for those looking to increase muscle mass.

Pea protein contains the essential amino acids and can also help convert fatty acids into energy as peas are high in lysine, the precursor to carnitine, which aids this process. The taste of pea protein is usually quite bland, which makes it perfect for letting other ingredients do the tasting.

Hemp Seeds & Hearts

Hemp seeds and hearts are a fantastic source of vegan protein. They are from the same species as cannabis (marijuana) but a different variety that has no psychoactive properties. Hemp seeds have a pleasantly mild, nutty flavor.

They're packed with over 20 amino acids and antioxidants and essential fatty acids that your body cannot produce on its own such as Omega 3 and 6, as well as containing Omega 9, GLA, and a long list of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc. The seeds are thought to aid with digestion, improve immune defense and reduce the effects of PMS and menopause.

Sacha Inchi

Sacha inchi is a Peruvian star-shaped fruit. It is also known as the Inca peanut or Sacha peanut. The seeds are high in fiber and rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids (three times the content over coconut oil), protein, and other substances such as vitamin E.

Often promoted as a "super seed", sacha inchi is said to offer wide-ranging and lost-lasting benefits. Some suggest that consuming sacha inchi can help reduce excess abdominal fat and promote weight loss, and it's a popular choice amongst vegetarians and vegans.

Reishi Adaptogen

The reishi mushroom has been used for centuries in Chinese medicine - the word "adaptogens" refers to non-toxic plants that are thought to help the body resist stressors of all kinds.

Among many different foods, reishi is one of the only known sources of ganodermic acids; these anti-inflammatories are considered to contribute to immunity control, disease resistance, and heart health. As you might expect, reishi has an earthy, woody tone. Is it any wonder this fungus is known as the "Mushroom of Immortality"?

He Shou Wu (Foti Root) Adaptogen

Also known as the elixir of life, He Shou Wu is a tuberous root and has long been revered for its restorative properties in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicines. The root is linked to several health benefits, such as healthy aging, longevity, and virility. He Shou Wu has an earthy and woody tone.


Another resident of Peru, Maca is a plant closely related to the broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and kale families. The edible part of the plant is the highly nutritious root, which has a smooth caramel aroma. The root is rich in amino acids, phytonutrients, fatty acids, vitamin C, B1, B2, and Niacin.

Raw Cacao

Cacao is unprocessed chocolate, made by cold-pressing unroasted cocoa beans. Unlike regular chocolate, raw cacao is supercharged with iron, magnesium, and flavonoids and has the highest antioxidant content of a foodstuff known to man. The smell and taste is a deep, malty dark chocolate.

Coconut Oil & Milk

Coconut oil comes from the meat of matured coconuts harvested from the coconut palm tree. Coconut oil contains a high proportion of fat called Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFAs), most notably in the form of lauric acid. In the body, lauric acid is converted into a helpful compound called monolaurin, an antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial that destroys a wide variety of disease-causing bacteria.

Coconut milk is lactose-free, so it's often used as a milk substitute by those with lactose intolerance. It is a popular choice with vegans and makes a superb base for smoothies and milkshakes. The milk contains many micronutrients such as vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5, and B6 and minerals, including iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorous.

Monk Fruit Sweetener

Monk fruit is a small green melon native to southern China and named after the monks who first cultivated it centuries ago. Interestingly, monk fruit extract is 150-250 times sweeter than refined sugar, has zero calories and carbs, and does not raise blood glucose levels. Furthermore, the fruit is said to have anti-inflammatory properties, which may help prevent cancer and keep blood sugar levels stable. Monk fruit extract doesn't really have a taste (other than sweet).

Matcha Tea Powder

Matcha comes from the same plant as green tea, but it contains even more antioxidants and caffeine. The leaf is exceptionally high in antioxidants, which support liver and brain function. Furthermore, it contains catechin and is believed to have cancer-fighting properties.

With Matcha's taste, you'll notice vegetal notes and a pleasant, but not astringent bitterness, and a smooth sweetness

Vanilla Bean

Vanilla beans are long thin pods from a variety of orchid that's grown in tropical climates. The beans are popping with potassium and B Vitamins (thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid and pyridoxine). These elements help enhance nervous system function, regulate heart rate and blood pressure levels, and are believed to help with weight loss by decreasing the body's appetite and increasing metabolism.


Not only a delicious spice, cinnamon also has powerful effects on health and metabolism. The tree bark is loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatories and can lower blood sugar levels by improving glucose uptake by your cells. Cinnamon's sweet and woody flavor packs a slightly spicy punch.


Almonds are seeds (actually not nuts!). These high fiber seeds are rich in nutrients that can help protect the heart and the brain, including unsaturated fatty acids, phytosterols, magnesium, vitamin E, copper, and manganese. The taste is slightly bitter with a good helping of sweetness.

Ginger Root

A delicious spice and medical marvel, ginger is a tuberous root with many curative benefits. The active compound, gingerol is a known anti-inflammatory and is believed to explain why people with osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis experience reductions in their pain levels and improvements in their mobility when they consume ginger regularly. With a pungent aroma, the taste is peppery and slightly sweet.

Stevia Powder

Stevia is a plant from the chrysanthemum flower family. Stevia has been documented to have purposes as an antimicrobial, and anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory medicine. Current research is also evaluating the effect of chemicals in stevia on reducing blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

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