The root of Ashwagandha is regarded as tonic, aphrodisiac, diuretic, anthelmintic, astringent, thermogenic, and stimulant and has been used for over 4,000 years in ayurvedic medicine to help promote learning and memory retrieval. Ashwagandha rejuvenates and tonifies the entire system, especially the endocrine and immune systems.
Lemon Balm Leaf
Influences the limbic system in the brain which is concerned with the mood and temperament. Serves as a sedative, enhancing relaxation and inducing natural sleep. It is also known to calm anxiety, tension, mania and hysteria.
Ginseng is an adaptogenic tonic that helps increase energy and vitality, improve mental and physical performance, and to protect against the effects of stress.
The combination of passionflower is helpful for relieving general tension, occasional nervous restlessness, and supporting restful sleep.
Lion's Mane a type of medicinal mushroom. Long used in traditional Chinese medicine due to the brain and neurological health benefits it provides. Scientific research shows that lion's mane contains a number of health-promoting substances, including antioxidants and beta-glucan.
Cultivated for medical purposes to help prevent and provide temporary pain relief for migraines and to provide support for allergy sufferers during seasonal health challenges.
A wonderful warming aid to the digestion system as it invigorates the stomach and intestines, stimulating the appetite and enhancing digestion by encouraging the secretion of enzymes.
This flower has been used for centuries in teas as a mild, relaxing sleep-aid and as a digestive aid.
Has been used for its medicinal virtues since the time of the Ancient Greeks. Clary Sage is a relaxing tonic to the nervous system and is excellent for many stress-related issues. The antispasmodic properties help to alleviate muscles tension.
These buds have calcium, iron, vitamin A, and other nutrients that help relax the body, promote healthy digestion, and balance mood.
Elderberry has been considered sacred and magical in folklore. Medicinally, they are known to build the immune system and is generally used as a decongestant but have a broad range of healing properties.
Widely used by indigenous and modern day medicine to help relieve stomach aches, coughs, colds, flus, infections, inflammatory conditions and more.
Turmeric serves as an adaptogenic diuretic and can be applied in many different ways. Traditionally, it is used to help disorders of the skin, upper respiratory tract, joints, and digestive system.
Green Tea Extract
This natural energy booster is made from dried green tea leaves. This green tea extract containing natural caffeine as well as plant compounds called catechins, including epigallocatechin-3-gallate.
Not to be confused with its sister plant that induces psychoactive effects. Hemp plants are high in CBD and low in THC (less than 0.3 percent). They are commonly used to help relax the body, mind, and areas of inflammation.
Traditionally an Aboriginal remedy for fevers and infections as it is highly antiseptic. The volatile oils in the leaves stimulate circulation, enhancing the blood flow to the skin. This process clears toxins. Also an excellent decongestant for colds and flus.
A great agent to help dissolve dead skin cells and is an excellent option for chemical exfoliation, ultimately helping to leave your skin smoother, brighter, and with a more even tone.
Acts as a bitter tonic to the live and the whole of the digestive tract. It enhances the secretion of digestive enzymes, balances acid in the stomach, aids, digestion and regulates sugar and fat metabolism. It is soothing and provides the gut with a protective lining.
Increases resistance to infections including listeria and monella, and speeds healing after surgery, dental extractions, and injuries. Arnica rapidly helps to reduce pain and swelling, and causes bruising to disappear.
Used Internally it induces heat and improves the circulation. As a heart tonic it relieves palpitations, a stimulating the action of the heart. It helps to relieve aching muscles and swollen areas of the body. In general, mint is a great resource to use for alleviating pain and inflammation.
A supplement made from a type of fat called medium-chain triglycerides commonly found in coconut oil and palm oil. We could get super nerdy but will keep it simple. MCT oil has been shown to increase energy and prevent mental fatigue, improves alertness, focus, and is anti-stress.
Turmeric, also known as the golden spice, is popular in Asian cuisine and has been a part of traditional Indian medicine — or Ayurveda — for thousands of years. Most of turmeric’s health properties can be attributed to curcumin, a compound that has strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and may suppress particular inflammatory markers that play a role in obesity.
Garcinia cambogia is a small, pumpkin-shaped, yellow or greenish fruit. The rind contains a chemical called hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which has been studied for its effect on appetite.
African Mango Seed Extract
African Mango Seed Extract may support weight management by increasing metabolic rates and through improved satiety (appetite suppression). Fruits of this tree are protein-rich, seeds of the fruit are also a good source of nutrients. They contain a variety of vitamins and minerals including calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, and iron. They also contain the flavonoids quercetin and kaempferol, which have antioxidant properties
Black Cohosh is a species of flowering plant that belonged to the family Ranunculaceae. It possesses several bioactive compounds that can help in the treatment of a range of disorders. The roots and rhizomes of this plant are particularly used for treating diseases. The extracts from this plant possess analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and sedative properties and has been known to significantly reduced depression and anxiety in all studies reviewed.
Saffron is a powerful spice high in antioxidants. It has been linked to health benefits, such as improved mood, libido, and sexual function.