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8AM MORNING BLISS

   

Good morning, great morning. The O’Clocks, our collection of adaptogenic blends, supports you through the peaks and valleys of your day. The first in our series, The 8AM, invites you to elevate and levitate. Soar through your mornings with focus and light. 

The 8AM blend was crafted with White Atractylodes and Astragalus to support immune function, digestion and metabolism and yin-loving Reishi to radiate cosmic calm and set you up perfectly for your morning meditation. Rhodiola delivers focus, creative spark and stamina while Morinda tackles inflammation and fights invasion. Sweetened with a dose of Luo Han Guo, also known as Monk Fruit, The 8AM is all you need to rise and shine and conquer your day, calmly, sweetly and in grace.

We've teamed up with friend and chef, Kat Turner, to create a recipe as magical as the herbs themselves. 

The 8AM Bliss Balls

20 pitted medjool dates 

1⁄2 cup + 2 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds 

1⁄2 cup raw pumpkin seeds 

1⁄4 cup chia seeds 

1⁄4 cup carob or cacao powder 

4 tablespoons The 8AM blend 

1 tablespoon raw honey

2 teaspoons pink mountain salt

Grind 2 tablespoons of toasted sesame in a spice grinder or high powered blender and set aside.

Place remaining sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds and chia seeds into a food processor and grind until fine but some texture remains.Add all the remaining ingredients and grind until completely combined and a paste forms.

If the mix seems too dry add additional liquid sweetener in 1 tablespoon increments until it comes together.

Roll into 16 1 ounce balls and then toss with the finely ground toasted sesame to coat. These can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 months. 

Let time be on your side.

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