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Presence in the time of the Coronavirus

Review of Feel Free Botanic Tonics
By Mario Jesus Ordoñez-Calderón 
Mario Ordonez

Mario Ordonez is an avid traveler and advocate for people of color in the surf community of San Diego. Mario was directly affected by the coronavirus when his grandfather Gilberto Calderon died on Wednesday May 5th due to Coronavirus complications. Gilberto was 82 years old and the day before dying of COVID-19, he was repairing bicycles as the one and only bike mechanic in his town of Muna, Yucatan, Mexico.  Gilberto was born, raised and died in Muna Mexico, a man of great dignity and hard work who gave his life, his all. 

Although tragically impacted by the  times we are facing today, Mario sheds light on how Coronarius has shifted his perspective on what it actually means to be human:

How Feel Free botanic tonic felt for Mario:

I was meticulously working on my bike, similar to the ways a creative dives into focus when making music, when I took a step back only to realize I had just been in a euphoric form of flow that had been catalyzed by the ancient wellness formula, Feel Free.  Taking a wellness shot from Botanic Tonics was similar to dropping into a wave, where for a minute your entire focus is on one thing and you and the ocean blend together, then just like that it's gone and it leaves you wanting another one in the best way possible. 

Feeling free to me means feeling natural and light, free from anything that weighs me down, only taking in what lifts me up. Whether that be in forms of food, tonics, vibes, or smiles - Feel Free propels me to soar.

- Mario Jesus Ordoñez-Calderón