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meet modern science.

Our ingredients have over 2,500 years of time-tested use in traditional medicine. Modern science is finally catching up.

It’s all in the ingredients.

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Lion’s mane

What is it?
Lion’s mane, a nootropic adaptogen, is one of nature’s most powerful brainfoods. This mushroom was first used by Buddhist monks centuries ago to increase their concentration during meditation. Since then, lion’s mane has been studied extensively for its ability to support short- and long-term brain health. Lion’s mane stimulates nerve growth factor production – the cells responsible for helping the brain process and transmit information. It also improves blood flow, providing the brain with more oxygen and boosting mental performance. Lion’s mane is rich in antioxidants shown to strengthen brain cells and stimulate the growth of new neurons, thereby promoting learning and memory. We can’t promise you’ll master Quantum Theory by tomorrow, but lion’s mane will make sure you fly through your to-do list today.

What’s it good for?
— Sharpens focus*
— Heightens mental clarity*
— Improves memory and cognitive health*
— Boosts energy and alertness*

Cordyceps

What is it?
After centuries of use in traditional medicine, cordyceps caught the attention of researchers in 1993 when the Chinese Women’s Track and Field team broke nine world records. Their secret? Cordyceps: a powerful mushroom clinically shown to boost energy, reduce fatigue, and improve endurance. Cordyceps does this by increasing the body’s production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is the biochemical method the body uses to store and utilize energy – aka the battery that keeps everything going. The result? Increased energy and oxygen capacity for mental and physical endurance. Whether you run mental marathons or real ones, cordyceps will keep you powered through the finish line.

What’s it good for?
— Boosts energy and alertness*
— Reduces mental and physical fatigue*
— Improves mental and physical endurance*

Chaga

What is it?
Chaga has been used for centuries throughout Asia for its many incredible health benefits. For starters, it has the highest concentration of antioxidants of any food in the world. The three most notable antioxidants in chaga are superoxide dismutase (SOD), betulin, and melanin. SOD is a powerful anti-aging compound that keeps our cells intact and healthy. Betulin is a naturally occurring anti-viral, making chaga protective against daily pathogens. Melanin is an antioxidant that enhances skin health and protects against sun damage. Chaga is also nutrient-dense, with high levels of B-vitamins, minerals, beta-glucans, and 8 of the 9 essential amino acids. Surprised that chaga was crowned “The King of Plants”? Neither are we.

What’s it good for?
— Supports the immune system*
— Improves skin health and promotes anti-aging*
— Reduces inflammation*

Collagen peptides

What is it?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and the foundation for everything from skin, hair, and nails to bones, tendons, and ligaments. It’s the “glue” that holds us together. However, in our 20s, our bodies start to lose the ability to produce collagen, causing typical signs of aging like wrinkles, weak hair and nails, and less-flexible joints. That’s where collagen peptides come in. An easily-digestible and bio-active protein, collagen peptides promote the body’s natural production of collagen to regenerate what’s been broken down. The result? Rejuvenated, younger-looking skin, hair, and health from within – because we never want to grow up.

What’s it good for?
— Improves skin hydration and elasticity*
— Supports youthful skin complexion*
— Strengthens hair and nails*
— Supports gut and joint health*

Reishi

What is it?
Reishi is a powerful adaptogen prized for its ability to promote calmness, regulate the immune system, and slow the aging process. Named “The Queen of Mushrooms,” Reishi was reserved for royalty when it was first used in Asian cultures over two centuries ago. Reishi works by strengthening the adrenal system, which helps the body normalize hormone imbalances and counteract the adverse effects of stress. Reishi also promotes longevity with its high concentration of antioxidants that reduce dermal and cellular oxidation: it’s anti-aging from the inside out. Finally, you have a sidekick that does (almost) as much as you do.

What’s it good for?

— Reduces mental, physical, and emotional stress*
— Lowers blood pressure*
— Controls stress-related weight gain*
— Supports the immune system*

Ashwagandha

What is it?
Ashwagandha has long been one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda, a form of alternative medicine based on Indian principles of natural healing. Clinically studied for its effectiveness in reducing cortisol levels – the stress hormone that spikes before a presentation or first date – this powerful plant is praised for its ability to help us adapt to mental, physical, and emotional stress. Ashwagandha has also been shown to block stress pathways in the brain by regulating chemical signaling in the nervous system. Say goodbye to the stresses of the modern world and hello to a calm state of mind.

What’s it good for?

— Reduces mental, physical, and emotional stress*
— Lowers blood pressure*
— Controls stress-related weight gain*

Chaga

What is it?
Chaga has been used for centuries throughout Asia for its many incredible health benefits. For starters, it has the highest concentration of antioxidants of any food in the world. The three most notable antioxidants in chaga are superoxide dismutase (SOD), betulin, and melanin. SOD is a powerful anti-aging compound that keeps our cells intact and healthy. Betulin is a naturally occurring anti-viral, making chaga protective against daily pathogens. Melanin is an antioxidant that enhances skin health and protects against sun damage. Chaga is also nutrient-dense, with high levels of B-vitamins, minerals, beta-glucans, and 8 of the 9 essential amino acids. Surprised that chaga was crowned “The King of Plants”? Neither are we.

What’s it good for?
— Supports the immune system*
— Improves skin health and promotes anti-aging*
— Reduces inflammation*

Collagen peptides

What is it?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and the foundation for everything from skin, hair, and nails to bones, tendons, and ligaments. It’s the “glue” that holds us together. However, in our 20s, our bodies start to lose the ability to produce collagen, causing typical signs of aging like wrinkles, weak hair and nails, and less-flexible joints. That’s where collagen peptides come in. An easily-digestible and bio-active protein, collagen peptides promote the body’s natural production of collagen to regenerate what’s been broken down. The result? Rejuvenated, younger-looking skin, hair, and health from within – because we never want to grow up.

What’s it good for?
— Improves skin hydration and elasticity*
— Supports youthful skin complexion*
— Strengthens hair and nails*
— Supports gut and joint health*

Tremella

What is it?
Tremella has been the best kept beauty secret since 200 AD. A superfood and longevity mushroom, tremella is most known for its ability to help the skin glow from within. Due to its unique polysaccharide compounds, tremella can retain 500 times its weight in water. This hydration powerhouse makes skin plumper, softer, and more hydrated. Tremella also promotes longevity: it stimulates the body’s production of superoxide dismutase (SOD), a powerful anti-aging compound that prevents wrinkles and regenerates skin. With tremella, every hour is your golden hour.

What’s it good for?

— Maintains skin moisture and hydration*
— Supports youthful skin complexion*
— Improves skin elasticity*

Astragalus

What is it?
With centuries of time-tested use, astragalus root has been extensively studied for its ability to strengthen many of the body’s systems and functions. Most systems in our body work best when we notice them least. Astragalus works behind the scenes to support skin health and the immune, metabolic, and digestive systems. Astragalus is a longevity superfood, slowing the aging process at the cellular level. It also supports immunity by increasing white blood cell count and stimulating the production of antibodies, thereby building up the body’s resistance to viruses and bacteria. Say hello to perfect attendance, so you can save those sick days for playing hooky.

What’s it good for?

— Supports youthful skin complexion*
— Improves overall skin health*
— Supports the immune system*
— Supports metabolic and digestive systems*

Chaga

What is it?
Chaga has been used for centuries throughout Asia for its many incredible health benefits. For starters, it has the highest concentration of antioxidants of any food in the world. The three most notable antioxidants in chaga are superoxide dismutase (SOD), betulin, and melanin. SOD is a powerful anti-aging compound that keeps our cells intact and healthy. Betulin is a naturally occurring anti-viral, making chaga protective against daily pathogens. Melanin is an antioxidant that enhances skin health and protects against sun damage. Chaga is also nutrient-dense, with high levels of B-vitamins, minerals, beta-glucans, and 8 of the 9 essential amino acids. Surprised that chaga was crowned “The King of Plants”? Neither are we.

What’s it good for?
— Supports the immune system*
— Improves skin health and promotes anti-aging*
— Reduces inflammation*

Collagen peptides

What is it?
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and the foundation for everything from skin, hair, and nails to bones, tendons, and ligaments. It’s the “glue” that holds us together. However, in our 20s, our bodies start to lose the ability to produce collagen, causing typical signs of aging like wrinkles, weak hair and nails, and less-flexible joints. That’s where collagen peptides come in. An easily-digestible and bio-active protein, collagen peptides promote the body’s natural production of collagen to regenerate what’s been broken down. The result? Rejuvenated, younger-looking skin, hair, and health from within – because we never want to grow up.

What’s it good for?
— Improves skin hydration and elasticity*
— Supports youthful skin complexion*
— Strengthens hair and nails*
— Supports gut and joint health*

Organic and clean.

Our adaptogens are 100% organic and collagen peptides are sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine. We are committed to keeping our blends clean: just the essentials to elevate your game. Nothing extra.

Straight from the source. Sustainably.

We source all our ingredients from their native sources and partner with suppliers that are as committed to quality and sustainability as we are. We take sourcing seriously, because ingredient quality influences potency and efficacy.