Evan Parker takes his boost straight-up at the SLO Creek Farms booth at the Morro Bay farmers' market.

Evan Parker takes his boost straight-up at the SLO Creek Farms booth at the Morro Bay farmers’ market.

When Evan Parker needs a boost, he stops by the Morro Bay farmers’ market, where the SLO Creek Farms booth offers a mix of “super food” products.

In a market heavy with tomatoes, strawberries and other familiar produce, the SLO Creek Farm booth offers super kombucha, cheesy kale chips, the superfood nut mylks, kefir tonics and herbal tinctures, to name a few. Their GreenLove line of products promises to make you feel healthier, energetic, more focused and alive.

Parker recently stepped up to the GreenLove elixir bar, which features a variety of boosts in tiny bottles. Shots from the tiny bottles are packed with antioxidants and are usually taken for a cleanse or a pick-up.  Marked with labels that declare “Let food by thy medicine” and “Made with love,” the boosts are typically added to drinks, such as a smoothie, said Ashley Gable, who recently manned the booth in Morro Bay.

But some, like Parker, don’t bother with the drink.

“For hardcore people like him, you can put it straight in your mouth,” Gable said.

SLO Creek Farms features an 44-acre organic apple orchard, which also offers organic vegetables, honey, flowers and yoga classes. Their GreenLove products, including homemade raw granola, probiotic tonic drinks and those boosts, are sold online and at farmers’ markets.

The GreenLove line of products includes probiotic tonic drinks.

The GreenLove line of products includes probiotic tonic drinks.

Gable said her mother has been a herbalist for 25 years, specializing in home remedies and herbal tinctures (liquid extracts). Now she is studying to be a master herbalist herself.

She described their GreenLove products as “super foods and super herbs.”

“Next level health,” she said.

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SLO Creek Farms sells at various farmers’ markets, including: Morro Bay (outside Spencer’s, 2650 Main Street), Thursdays, from 2:30-5 p.m.; Arroyo Grande (outside Spencer’s, 1464 E. Grand), Wednesdays from 8:30-11 a.m.; San Luis Obispo (downtown), Thursdays between 6:10-9 p.m.; San Luis Obispo (World Market parking lot), Saturdays between 8-10:30 a.m.