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Acai Berry
ANTIOXIDANT RICH
Acai Berry
This superfood berry has gotten its path to fame due to its amazing antioxidant content. Specifically, Anthocyanin, an antioxidant known to reduce cholesterol and improve heart and cardiovascular health. Used for centuries in improving fertility, Acai is a multi-tasking plant that not only tastes good but has been said to bring sexy back into and outside of the bedroom.
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Ashwagandha
Stress Support
Ashwagandha
Get Sunday Scaries on the regular? Aka “Indian Ginseng”, this adaptogen root has been used for centuries as a non-toxic ingredient that aids in stress.
Origin: India, Africa (secondary)
Astragalus
BODY STRENGTH
Astragalus
Astragalus is a food ingredient that's been used for centuries in helping the body restore and repair. Astragalus contains polysaccharides, which are digestible carbohydrates that may help maintain healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels in already healthy individuals when taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise.
Origin: China, Mongolia, Korea, and Siberia
Black Pepper
Absorption
Black Pepper
We all like a little spice and Black Pepper has been a favorite for centuries even being dubbed "the king of spices”. This spice is native to tropical areas and is a berry from a perennial woody, climbing vine. Black Pepper is a warming spice, traditionally used in Ayurveda to stimulate "Agni" or digestive fire, but is also good for stimulating the circulatory system. The winning combination of Black Pepper and Turmeric aids in the absorption of Curcumin, the anti-inflammatory compound found in Turmeric. Without Black Pepper, most of Turmeric's bioavailability of Curcumin is un-utilized.
Origin: Tropics
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Blue Matcha
UNIQUE SUPERFOOD
Blue Matcha
Organic Blue Matcha comes from Blue Pea Flowers and has has been traditionally used in foods to help reduce inflammation and aid in the body's natural detoxification process.
Camu Camu
Vitamin C Rich
Camu Camu
Camu Camu is a superfood berry found in the Amazons, and is also known as “nature’s vitamin” because of its exceptional Vitamin C content. Camu Camu has 60% more Vitamin C than an orange, making it excellent as an immune booster. This high vitamin C content also helps to support the body in its natural collagen production.
Origin: South America
Cayenne Pepper
Boosts Metabolism
Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne Pepper brings the heat and was brought to Europe with the return of Christopher Columbus from the New world. Cayenne comes from the Greek work “to bite” and has been used in many healing systems ranging from Native American medicine to Ayurveda. This spice is known to bring the heat, naturally stimulating the body but also aiding in nutrient absorption, digestion, and building immunity.
Origin: USA
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Chaga Mushroom
WHOLE BODY
Chaga Mushroom
In Asian culture, the Chaga Mushroom is a powerful food ingredient often referred to as the 'Mushroom of Immortality' used to support a healthy immune system response. Unlike other mushrooms with gills or caps, the Chaga has pores and is irregularly formed looking much like a burnt piece of charcoal.
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Chlorella
Supports Gut Health
Chlorella
Chlorella is a green freshwater algae native to Taiwan and Japan, rich with phytonutrients. These phyto-nutrients include: amino acids, chlorophyll, beta-carotene, potassium, biotin, magnesium, and B vitamins. Chlorella is a natural detoxifier, especially good for cleaning heavy metals out and is an exceptionally rich source of plant-protein.
Origin: Taiwan, Japan
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Coconut Cream Powder
Healthy Fats
Coconut Cream Powder
Coconut Cream Powder is a delicious superfood powder made from fresh coconut milk and helps to regulate blood pressure due to its high potassium component. Coconut Cream Powder is a great source of fatty acids and is packed with vitamins, iron, calcium and magnesium.
Added to our Signature Blends to naturally sweeten and provide a source of healthy fats for maximum absorption.

Origin: Tropics
Collagen
CLEAN PROTEIN
Collagen
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body, it is what gives skin the elasticity and vibrant glow. Production of this natural protein declines with age. Collagen is a go to for beauty and promotes skin, hair, and nail health. Being a natural source of protein it helps the body rebuild muscle after a long workout to keeping the gut in tip top shape with good bacteria.
Origin: USA
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Cordyceps Mushroom
Adrenal Support
Cordyceps Mushroom
This mushroom isn’t psychedelic, but can rock your world with its stress reducing nutritional profile. In the wild, Cordyceps are pretty rare, and are found at the foothills of the Himalayan mountains. Due to this rarity they were commonly reserved for royalty. Cordyceps will get you in tip top shape from enhancing cognitive function, keeping that mind sharp, to overall muscular tone and athletic recovery. It will keep your mood in check too and can relieve lung function and symptoms of chronic bronchitis. Origin: Himalayan Mountains
Ginger
Supports Digestion
Ginger
Ginger is a root spice, commonly used in tinctures, foods and cuisines to boost Agni, or digestive fire. This herb is a potent anti-inflammatory medicine, that also has anti-microbial properties making it popular during the colder months to reduce the likelihood of colds and flus.
Known as a digestive aid, Ginger is commonly consumed as a tea or taken dried, after a meal.

Origin: USA, South Asia
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Ginseng (Siberian)
GENERAL WELL BEING
Ginseng (Siberian)
Ginseng is a short, slow-growing plant with fleshy roots. This slightly warm and sweet root is an adaptogen and immune tonic. In traditional Chinese Medicine this root is used to treat damp, windy (similar to Vata imbalances) conditions. It is believed to also restore and enhance general well being, strengthening Chi or "what gives life". Ginseng can help regulates blood sugar, soothe inflammation, and do as adaptogens do: provide anxiety support. This is a great root for Type A, the work hard, play hard mentality.
Origin: Siberia, Russia, Japan, Korea
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Goji Berry
Anti-Aging
Goji Berry
A berry native to Asia with a subtly sweet and luscious flavor. Goji or "wolf berry" has been rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been used treat eye, liver, and kidney health.
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He Shou Wu
He Shou Wu
He Shou Wu is a herb and adaptogenic food that has been used for centuries to help promote long-term vitality. Can you say bringing sexy back? But He Shou Wu isn’t all looks and no brains, this beauty is also known as a longevity tonic in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is recommended to eat or drink He Shou Wu with large amounts of water and over an extended amount of time.
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Hibiscus
ANTIOXIDANT RICH
Hibiscus
Hibiscus is a vibrant hued flower that is native to tropical areas. This herb is packed with antioxidants, enhancing skin elasticity and is known for its effective anti-aging properties. Hibiscus supports the body in reducing not only inflammation, but high cholesterol, weight, and menstrual cramp relief.
Origin: North Africa, Southeast Asia
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Japanese Matcha
Energy Boost
Japanese Matcha
Matcha has been an all star for centuries and has been traditionally used in Chinese medicine. Matcha is made from the youngest Japanese green tea leaves, that is grown in the shade to avoid direct sunlight. This process increases the content of nutrients including amino acids and antioxidants, and is rich in chlorophyll. This powerful herb contains both yin and yang aspects by increasing energy, while promoting a calm energy. Matcha is also known for boosting the metabolism, sharpening cognitive function and basically keeping you on your A game.
Origin: Japan
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Lion's Mane
Stress Support
Lion's Mane
Lion's Mane is a potent adaptogenic mushroom in the tooth fungus group that is native to North America, Asia, and Europe. It grows on hardwoods in a single clump of dangling long spines and has been used in folk medicine for thousands of years. The medicinal mushroom looks like a white, fluffy, and potent adaptogen with a sweet and savory flavor profile. Lion's Mane has been consumed via food or drink, to reduce stress and fluctuations in mood, while keeping you on your toes all day.
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Maca Root
ADRENAL NOURISHMENT
Maca Root
Maca is an adaptogenic root with a mildly sweet and nutty creamy flavor. Maca helps nourish the adrenal glands, and a general vitality booster for mood, sexual health, and energy.
Origin: South America
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Moringa
Gut Support
Moringa
Moringa is a small tree native to Nepal, also known as drumstick tree or horseradish tree. Moringa has been used for centuries as a cure all given its nutrient rich profile, including protein, calcium, and potassium and is excellent as an anti-inflammatory for a healthy gut.
Origin: Asia, Europe
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Pea Protein
Rich Source of Plant Protein
Pea Protein
A plant based source of protein that keeps you full and helps rebuild muscle.
Origin: USA
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Peppermint
Supports Relaxation, Digestive Support
Peppermint
Peppermint is one of the most well known members of the mint family. This herb is rich in volatile oils, vitamins, and minerals and is known to have both warming and cooling actions.
The leaves are often used to aid in digestion, relaxation, nervous tension, and relieve nausea. It is great for sleep and even has antibacterial qualities.

Origin: Eurasia
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Raw Cacao
Mood Booster
Raw Cacao
Taking Cacao, raw in particular, can help improve memory, increase mood, and boost immunity. Cacao is the rawest form of chocolate and is great for its serotonin boosting sans guit or sugar.
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Reishi Mushroom
STRESS SUPPORT
Reishi Mushroom
All hail the Queen! Reishi aka the Queen healer is a powerful mushroom that has been long consumed in foods and drinks to help reduce stress. In her court, there is not time for stress, allergy symptoms, or an imbalance of hormones. This mushroom has long been hailed for it zen inducing effects, in Chinese medicine it promotes balance, calmness, and awareness.
Origin: China, Japan
Schisandra Berry
SKIN SUPPORT
Schisandra Berry
Schisandra is one of the few adaptogens that is not a mushroom or a root - but a superfood berry. This powerful berry aka Wu Wei Zi or “five flavors” contains all five tastes according to Chinese medicine: sweet, sour, bitter, pungent, and salty. Because it contains all five tastes, it benefits the five yin organs: the liver, kidneys, heart, lungs, and spleen.Healing from the inside out, Schisandra is a superfood berry that can help the production of thick and shiny hair, and firming of skin. Delicious and functional, this berry is exceptional in its antioxidant content, supporting healthier skin, mood and overall healthy bodily function.
Origin: China, Russia
Sea Buckthorn
VITAMIN C RICH
Sea Buckthorn
Sea Buckthorn is a deciduous shrub from Europe, this small orange berry is known as the “Holy Fruit of the Himalayas” and is the world’s richest source of Omega 7. Omegas helps promote healthier hair, skin, and nails. In addition, this tiny berry packs a punch supporting the liver, promoting respiratory health, and fighting signs of aging. Overall one of nature’s all stars for beauty.
Origin: Europe, South America
Sea Moss
Thyroid Support
Sea Moss
Sea Moss, also known as “Irish Moss,” is a type of red algae that’s great for skin and famous for thyroid support. Sea Moss is virtually tasteless and multi-functional in that it is both edible and great for face masks. The seaweed can help soften skin and strengthen hair (so you're essentially beach ready at all times).
Sea Moss is also used to support respiratory health and protect the body against inflammation (such as urinary tract infection).

Origin: Atlantic Coasts of Europe
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Shatavari
Women's Health
Shatavari
Shatavari is basically a girl’s best friend, especially during her moon cycle. A root commonly used in Ayurveda, translated from Sanskrit is means a woman with a hundred husbands basically making every woman feel like a queen. This ancient root is great for woman at an age from menstruation to menopause.
Promoting sexual health, Shatavari also balances the hormonal system by regulating estrogen production.

Origin: Southeast Asia, Africa
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Tocotrienols (Rice Bran)
Vitamin E
Tocotrienols (Rice Bran)
Tocos is an incredible superfood and creamy addition to any healthy recipe. Originating from rice bran solubles, Tocos is a bio-available source of Vitamin E and can help promote healthy skin and connective tissue.
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Triphala
Poop Enforcer
Triphala
Backed up? Triphala is a combination of three fruits (haritaki, bibhitaki and amalaki) and has been used for centuries for healthy elimination.
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Turmeric
INFLAMMATION SUPPORT
Turmeric
Turmeric is rich in Curcumin, which is an anti-inflammatory powerful nutrient and has an abundance of anti-aging nutrients. Turmeric is a favorite in the Ayurvedic medicine, and can be seen in many Indian dishes.
Origin: South Asia
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