In this episode, the boys sit down for a profound chat with Mason Taylor, the founder of Super Feast, Australia’s leading tonic herb and medicinal mushroom provider.
Mason covers a broad range of topics, from herbal remedies to cultivating “jing” or life-force, all the way to the deeper metaphysical implications of the holistic healing journey.
He details the power of specific tonic herbs and mushrooms, such as fuling, astragalus, reishi, and more, to give you insight into the practical applications of the Super Feast product line.
Mason’s wisdom spans the realm of holistic health, offering exceptionally relevant information for those seeking to optimize their mindset and herbal regimen in support of greater vitality, so be sure to tune into this episode in full length and check out Mason + Super Feast below!
Mason Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/masonjtaylor/
Super Feast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/superfeast/
Super Feast Website: https://superfeast.com/
0:00 to 10:30: Mason’s Personal Journey, Super Feast, Business Structure
10:30 to 18:00: The Metaphysical Implication of Health & Wellness
18:00 to 25:00: Cultivating Jing, Self-Care, Taoism, History of TCM
25:00 to 35:00: Integrating Methodologies, Stages of Personal Development
35:00 to 40:00: Mason’s Philosophy of Healing
40:00 to 48:00: Cultivating Energy, Restoring Chi, Kidney Leak
48:00 to 57:30: FuLing, Spleen Chi, Astragalus, Sourcing Mushrooms
57:30 to 1:03:00: Cordyceps, Mushrooms as Anti-Fungal Agents,
1:03:00 to 1:09:00: Dogmatism, Cross Examining With Other Practitioners, Food Culture
1:09:00 to 1:19:39: Spring Water vs. Municipal Water, Wild Water
Matt Legge: Matt Legge is a world-class naturopath and formulation expert. He brings more than 20 years of clinical experience as a Naturopath, Medical Herbalist, and nutritional medicine and food therapist to his work with Phyba. Matt has served as the Director of Innovation for ATP Science, responsible for developing new product formulations, new ingredients and further advancing the science and education behind natural health and wellness systems. He is also an expert in performance management for elite athletes and everyday athletes.
James Newbury: James Newbury is world-class athlete and entrepreneur. James’ extensive experience as a 4X Crossfit Games Athlete, former semi professional rugby player for the Queensland and Sydney Rugby Leagues, and life-long fitness enthusiast have brought him here to lead a plant-based revolution in the field of health and performance… as the founder of Phyba!
Mason Taylor: Mason Taylor is a wellness educator, host of The Mason Taylor Show podcast, professional speaker and retreat facilitator. He is a passionate tonic herbalist and founder of Australia’s leading tonic herb and medicinal mushroom provider, SuperFeast.
Mason is dedicated to teaching people of all walks of life how to embrace and benefit from the healing forces of nature as they create a unique and dynamic health philosophy. A long and happy life is the intention. Mason also brings a refreshing and cheeky sense of humour to his talks, podcast, and life, because longevity relies on a good belly laugh.
Mason provides some of the world’s most multidimensional talks, trainings and herbal health products to support people on their journey of embodying self and living an enchanted life.
Mason embodies the turning of the tide for health. It is primarily a shift from the external pursuit for health towards the realisation of the individual journey to unlock what is already within.
Jing Qi Shen:
Jing Qi Shen (精氣神) are three Chinese terms commonly used in Daoism and related studies to refer to the processes that govern spiritual and physical health. Jing (精) means an essence, qi (氣) breath energy and shen (神) a divine or human spirit.
Poria (Poria cocos) is a type of mushroom. It's been used for 2,000 years in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
Astragalus is an herbal supplement used to protect and support the immune system, preventing colds and upper respiratory infections, lowering blood pressure, treating diabetes, and protecting the liver.
Cordyceps is a fungus that has long been used in in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Some people use it to try to boost energy and strength, improve immunity, enhance kidney function, and improve sexual dysfunction. It has also been used to treat cough and fatigue.