Backed by science,
wisdom and rooted in nature
Our story begins with ancient wisdom of Ayurveda and continues with it too, with modern fast-moving lifestyles in mind. That’s why we infused with superfoods, adaptogens & nootropics into formulas thoughtfully crafted by the most qualified nutritionists in the industry. There’s no small print here or ingredients you can’t pronounce. Just honest, value driven & clinically studied ingredients that were sourced to be as bioavailable & effective as possible.
Helps improve focus, memory, increase happiness & manage stress. L-Tyrosine is one of the 20 standard amino acids present in the body and used by cells to synthesize proteins. It is a non-essential amino acid, which means that our bodies can produce the amino acid itself, even if we do not get it from the food we eat. This form of L-Tyrosine is from a vegan source. Also, L-Tyrosine is also a key source of dopamine, as it is the amino acid building block for dopamine. Dopamine deficits signs can be brain fog, low energy & mood.
B vitamins play a vital role in maintaining good health and wellbeing. As the building blocks of a healthy body, B vitamins have a direct impact on your energy levels, brain function, and a balanced nervous system. They are considered as electrolytes, which help your body do much of its work, like producing energy for example. B Vitamins also increase serotonin in the body, which improves and regulates mood. These forms of Vitamin B (B1, B3, B5, B6, B9 Folate, B12) are more bioavailable, effective, and the least synthetic.
Improves overall energy, stronger immunity and psychological function. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that protects cells against oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can damage cells, proteins and DNA, which can contribute to aging. Furthermore, this form of vitamin C is ascorbic acid, which is the most potent form of vitamin C.
An Ayurvedic herb that is also considered an adaptogen. The polysaccharides compound in it has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which supports the immune system, strengthens energy levels, skin health, metabolism, and whole-body function. This herb also increases oxygenated blood circulation in the body. Proper circulation is key for maintaining optimal health. It ensures that blood and oxygen continuously flow throughout the body, allowing every organ to function properly. It helps to heal wounds faster, keep your brain sharp, your heart healthy, and it even gives your complexion a natural flush. Astragalus also contains unique compounds called "astragalosides," which wield the special adaptogenic power to bring the body toward equilibirium.
In Ayurveda, Cordyceps is classified as a Rasayana herb, a herb that is rejuvenating to Prana. The word Prana literally means life and vitality. Cordyceps, like other adaptogens, assists the body in creating and maintaining balance during times of stress. It directly influences how our cells make ATP (the body's energy currency) and enhances oxygen utilization. ATP is an energy-carrying molecule found in the cells of all living things, therefore, Cordyceps is often touted as a natural energy and endurance booster, where it consequently also improves athletic performance. It is often said that Cordyceps can give more energy than caffeine, only natural energy.
Cordyceps are well known for their ability to help the body utilize oxygen, specificallyduring exercise, because it encourages lung health and capacity, helping oxygen flow through the body. The increase in lung capacity allows you to breathe better and helps get oxygen through the body to the muscle tissue, organs, blood, which helps you perform better when it comes to physical activity, exercise, and cardio. It also increases libido for men and women, while balances hormones in men for testosterone levels and regulates hormone health for women, especially estrogen and progesterone hormones. Moreover, Cordyceps also provides nootropic benefits, as it leads to increased cognitive performance.
A unique mushroom that supports brain health, as it supplies active nootropics called hericenones and erinacines. This helps Lion's mane increase cognition, making you feel energized and focused, and can improve symptoms of brain fog. Lion’s Mane stimulates the growth of brain cells that can boost your memory, dial in focus, and improve mood, whilst supporting digestion. This is nerve growth factor (NGF), which is the regeneration and increase of brain cells in the hippocampus that is the thinking and memory part of the mind responsible for your focus. Also, it has anti-inflammatory effects that can reduce symptoms of anxiety, as stress often increases inflammation and lowers “feel-good” neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin.
In Ayurveda, Rhodiola is the most important and powerful adaptogen of them all and is known as the "golden root" in the mountainous parts of Europe and Asia. As it increases energy, stamina, strength, endurance and recovery, making it a great caffeine alternative or coffee booster. Rhodiola is an adaptogenic nootropic, as it enhances mood and focus. It improves cognitive function, enhances memory, and learning. It also helps with emotional calming and protects against emotional stress. The salidroside compound in Rhodiola promotes feelings of wellbeing and supports healthy stress levels because it increases dopamine and serotonin. This significantly reduces fatigue and “burnout” feelings associated with stress and anxiety, such as overwhelm, tension, depression, physical fatigue, adrenal burn-out, debility and a general state of being “run down.”
Wonderful for immunity, stamina, athletic performance, and stressful conditions. This Ayurvedic plant is best for the constant traveler and those who press on despite knowing they haven’t slept or rested enough. Not only will it power your day, but it will also aid in a solid’s night sleep – when you actually do get to rest. Eleuthero is the ultimate jet lag, no sleep, physical recovery, flu season and overworked brain remedy. As an adaptogen, it’s a proven mood elevator because it reduces stress and discourages depression. By supporting the circulatory system, it provides nootropic benefits as it fosters focus and keeps the mind sharp. It also encourages healthy brain cell function and enhances short-term memory.
Glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline are the three most plentiful amino acids in collagen supplements that often end up in fibroblasts, special cells in your skin and connective tissue. That's because your body's collagen has a nearly identical makeup to the collagen supplements you take. Collagen, irrespective of its origin, contains 19 amino acids, including hydroxyproline which does not occur in other proteins. Glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline contribute to 57% of total amino acids in collagen, where Erba uses vegan forms of these amino acids to ensure the blend stays plant-based.
Glycine is essential for many different muscle, cognitive, and metabolic functions. It helps break down and transport nutrients like glycogen and fat to be used by cells for energy, and in the process, it supports strong immune, digestive and nervous systems. In the human body, glycine is found in high concentrations in the skin, connective tissues of the joints and muscle tissue. One of the key amino acids used to form collagen and gelatin. Proline is essential for the formation of collagen and plays a large role in skin healing. Like glycine, proline helps to seal and heal the gut lining, resulting in improved digestive health, something so many of us struggle with. Hydroxyproline is a major component of the protein collagen and with proline, both play key roles for collagen stability.
Many people on Keto diets also depend on collagen supplements because protein makes up a decent portion of your diet when you are eating Keto, but not as much as your fat intake. This means that in order for your body to best utilize the protein you eat, it needs to be quickly digested and bioavailable (absorbed easily). That's why collagen peptides are the perfect Keto protein boost.
Known as Nagphani in Ayurveda and is a type of cactus plant, which means it can retain water in the driest of conditions. It’s nature's answer to hyaluronic acid because it contains polysaccharides that activates your skin’s natural ability to retain and balance moisture for all-day hydration by supplementing the skin’s water reserves. Some of its compounds and nutrients, like vitamin C and betalain pigments, have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antioxidant effects. The antioxidant boost from Prickly pear improves skin and hair health by protecting against damage to these areas caused by oxidative stress related to aging, inflammation, sun exposure or other environmental causes. Prickly pears contain many beneficial plant compounds, including phenolic acids, flavonoids, and pigments, which also contribute to its antioxidant benefits. It also contains the highest levels of betalains of any known plant. betalains are super antioxidants with powerful anti-aging effects that provide soothing properties making it especially ideal for those with acne-prone, dry, sensitive, or inflamed skin. The ingredient is also an excellent age-defying ingredient and can help improve overall tone and texture in your complexion.
It’s also rich in essential fatty acids, omega-3, omega -9, phytosterols and vitamin E, additionally offering antioxidant protection from free radicals. The vitamin K content contributes to skin elasticity and helps to brighten hyperpigmentation areas such as dark spots & under-eye dark circles. It's also high in amino acids, which stimulate collagen production and promote faster cell turnover. Essential fatty acids in Prickly pear keep the collagen layer of your skin moist and healthy, this keeps your pores tight and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, keeping your skin looking firm & plump.
Vitamin K in Prickly pear addresses the nutritional deficiencies that inhibit the growth of healthy hair. It also has the highest vitamin E content on the market. Vitamin E is not just helpful in softening the skin, but also can deeply condition hair. The fatty acids and protein restore the hair's natural shine, making it smooth and glossy, & improving overall hair health.
Prickly pears are a good source of dietary fiber, containing both soluble and insoluble fiber, both of which are important for healthy digestion. It is also low in sugar, starch, as well as carbohydrates, where it can also balance blood sugar levels. The magnesium, potassium, and calcium in Prickly pear’s are key nutrients for healthy blood pressure, while vitamin C plays an important role in immune system health.
Saw Palmetto is an Ayurvedic ingredient that can improve hair quality, raise total hair count & increase hair density for people with hair loss. It can help inhibit the hair-destructive hormone, DHT, to support healthy hair follicles and promote thickness. Saw Palmetto can help block the activity of 5-alpha reductase, an enzyme that converts testosterone into another hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) that is linked to hair loss. Saw palmetto can also prevent hair loss by reducing the uptake of DHT in hair follicles, which decreases DHT’s ability to bind to specific hormone receptors. Botanicals like Saw Palmetto support healthy hair follicles, promote thickness, & micronutrients promote hair strength and smooth texture. It also provides essential fatty acids and phytosterols. Overall, Saw Palmetto balances hormone health, encourages hair follicle development & glowing skin.
The Horsetail extract we use contains 20% of silica. Silica provides hair strength & thickness, where it is also essential for collagen production & skin elasticity. An anti-aging benefit is the silica in Horsetail which has collagen enhancing properties. Collagen is an important part of the skin, keeping it firm and wrinkle free. The difference between collagen is that collagen provides the readily available base for an instant collagen “top up” while silica helps to product collagen in the body. Because of its silica content, Horsetail is also useful when trying to stimulate hair growth. The herb rejuvenates your hair, adding sheen to the appearance and strength to the hair shafts. It also contains selenium and cysteine, which are known to promote healthy hair growth. Healthy hair, skin & nails would be impossible without silica. Silica is critical to our wellbeing, but it's difficult to gain from a normal diet.
Methylsulfonylmethane, more commonly known as MSM contains a sulfur compound found naturally in plants, animals and humans. Sulfur is important for the generation of hair, cartilage, and collagen in skin, where it plays an important role in making collagen. Keratin is a protein that acts as the main structural component in your hair, skin and nails. It contains high levels of the sulfur-containing amino acid cysteine. MSM is beneficial for skin & hair health by acting as a sulfur donor to keratin. This, in turn, can help strengthen this important protein for healthier hair, skin & nails.
MSM is widely used by people looking for a natural way to relieve joint pain, reduce inflammation and boost immunity. It plays a major role in maintaining joint and soft tissue health because of its collagen producing qualities. Sulfur demonstrates that MSM is a potent antioxidant, which increases beneficial glutathione levels & helps support a healthy cycle of inflammation. Overall, MSM encourages amino acid production, boosts collagen, antioxidant synthesis & has anti-inflammatory benefits.
Beta-carotene is the least synthetic & most bioavailable form of vitamin A. We need vitamin A for a strong immune system and healthy skin. It can increase the skin’s defenses against UV radiation and helps maintain skin health & appearance. Beta-carotene aids cell growth, prevent hair thinning and can even reduce dullness in hair. Additionally, beta-carotene has powerful antioxidant properties, therefore it helps reduce or prevent oxidative stress in the body.
An imbalance of free radicals and antioxidants creates oxidative stress, which is the root cause of accelerated aging, damaged cells & proteins. Acerola Chery is a natural and the most abundant form of Vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin C also reduces inflammation & contributes to the reduction to tiredness & fatigue. It's also a good source of pectin fiber, which makes it perfect for regulating your digestive system, stabilizing your blood sugar, and easing stomach pains. Thanks to its high levels of anthocyanins, these berries can improve cognitive function.
Essential for collagen production, one of the key structural proteins in hair, skin, and nails. Also packed with phytonutrients. Phytonutrients also have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can help support a healthy human body. While their antioxidant qualities lead the pack in healthful benefits, phytonutrients are also known for other characteristics: Carotenoids (beneficial for eye & immune health), Flavonoids (contribute to healthy cell communication. This can trigger detoxification & decrease inflammation), Glucosinolates (help eliminate toxins in the body). It also improves overall energy, boosts immunity, and psychological function.
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with several forms, but tocopherols are the only one used by the human body. Vitamin E stimulates blood flow to the skin and hair, increasing collagen production that allows the skin to glow because it helps to counter a dull and dry complexion. Its benefits include the ability to improve skin health, support the immune system, provide cellular function & boost brain function. It’s also a known antioxidant with potent anti-inflammatory benefits, where it can strengthen the skin barrier against sun damage & even skin tone. Vitamin E provides hydration, brightens the skin, has anti-aging benefits & also strengthens the nails.
For hair, vitamin E provides scalp support due to its hydrating & anti-inflammatory properties, making it a useful moisturizer for dry or brittle hair and dehydrated scalps. Aside from keeping the scalp healthy for better hair growth, tocopherol’s antioxidant effects may be especially helpful for those who suffer from dandruff. By reducing the oxidative stress that causes hair follicle cells to break apart, tocopherol can also be great for those who suffer from brittleness and breakage. It’s a nutrient known for its ability to nourish and replenish. This helps restore hair that’s been damaged from heat tools or styling treatments. It also is best for hair growth because of tocopherol’s ability to reduce not only inflammation, but lipid peroxidation as well – one of the leading causes of hair loss.
Biotin stimulates keratin production in hair and can increase the rate of follicle growth, prevents hair loss, supports hair health, smooths hair texture, strengthens the hair and adds shine to it. Biotin also helps in preventing various health problems like hair loss, dandruff & scalp itchiness.
Biotin is an essential vitamin, meaning that your body needs this micronutrient to function properly & it helps maintain many of your body's major systems. Like other B vitamins, biotin helps your body use enzymes and carry nutrients throughout the body. It also helps regulate blood sugar levels. Biotin also helps improve skin's hydration, smoothness, and appearance. In addition, some studies show that biotin can strengthen fingernails and make them grow faster.
Copper is an essential trace mineral necessary for survival. It is found in all body tissues, plays a role in making red blood cells and maintaining nerve cells and the immune system. It also helps the body form collagen and absorb iron, and plays a role in energy production. Copper itself has been reported as being able to help maintain the tissues found in blood vessels. Thus, copper peptides stimulate hair follicles so they receive adequate oxygen and nutrients to produce new hair growth. They also make existing hair look and feel thicker by increasing the follicle size. Hair loss could mean that hair growth cycle has been shortened, which may be due to issues with hair follicles, hormones, and more. A benefit of copper peptides is the ability to extend this growth cycle — meaning, more time before your hair falls out.
Copper is also an anti-inflammatory that speeds up wound healing, meaning it's great for treating scarring, pigmentation, and redness caused by inflammation. It is now known that copper increases the levels of melanin & collagen in the body. Copper is one of the micronutrients needed to produce melanin, which is a compound that’s responsible for the color of hair, therefore limiting grey hair. Copper peptides have the ability to work below the epidermis, or outer layer of skin. This is why peptides are able to help generate elastin in collagen deep within skin tissues. Some benefits copper has to the skin are reduced appearance of wrinkles, firmer skin, even skin tone & antioxidant effects. Copper also produces melanin in the skin, which is a strong antioxidant that protects the skin from oxidative stress & also against UV light from the cells of the epidermis, or outer layer of the skin, from UV light. This protection extends to all forms of UV light (UVC, UVB, and UVA) as well as blue light. It does this by absorbing the UV light before it’s able to damage the sensitive DNA of the skin cells.
It provides the minerals needed to have healthier and stronger hair, skin, and nails. Common problems such as brittle nails or hair that splits at the ends are helped with a selenium supplement. Selenium is an essential component of various enzymes and proteins called selenoproteins, that help to make DNA, protect against cell damage and infections. Selenium is essential for the production of the thyroid hormones that help to regulate hair growth. It is important for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. In fact, thyroid tissue contains the highest amount of selenium than any other organ in the human body. This powerful mineral helps protect the thyroid against oxidative damage and plays an essential role in the production of thyroid hormones. It also boosts immunity & is a powerful antioxidant, protecting against free radicals that contribute to damage that weakens hair follicles, therefore it works for healthy hair growth by killing free radicals. It is a mineral that may help boost hair growth, as newly forming hair takes up selenium after receiving trace elements from the blood.
Zinc plays a vital role in collagen synthesis. It serves as a co-factor for collagen production, which means that it activates proteins essential for collagen synthesis. It also activates a protein called collagenase that allows your cells to remodel collagen during wound healing. Zinc, a nutrient found in every cell in the body, while also playing a critical for the development and function of immune cells, boosting the immune system and metabolism function.
Zinc is also important for a sense of taste and smell because one of the enzymes crucial for proper taste and smell is dependent on this nutrient. It plays a key role in making proteins in your hair and other cells. A zinc deficiency can lead to hair loss, & therefore zinc supplements can maintain hair health while also limiting hair fall. With its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, it enhances skin repair function, treats acne, reduces redness and inflammation. Zinc enables proteins in the body to grow and remain strong. This includes proteins in the nails & without enough zinc, the rate of nail growth decreases, where the nails themselves become fragile and brittle, causing them to crack. Therefore, adequate zinc intake can maintain healthy nails. Zinc is necessary for the activity of over 300 enzymes that aid in metabolism, digestion, nerve function and many other processes.
Every cell in your body needs Magnesium to function and over 50% of us are deficient, which can manifest into brain fog, headaches, low mood, stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Magnesium enhances feelings of calm and improves mood, all while balancing the nervous system. It provides calm on a cellular level because during the stress response, the body pushes Magnesium out of the cells for protection and regulation. Cells with high concentrations of Magnesium can easily regulate the stress response, enhance feelings of relaxation, and provide deep restorative sleep. It also reduces feelings of tiredness and fatigue, as it aids energy production and provides electrolyte balance. Allowing feelings of calm and balanced energy levels encourages a healthy circadian rhythm over time. A key role of Magnesium is to manage blood sugar levels by converting the glucose in food into energy. Therefore, getting enough Magnesium can help keep energy levels stable and prevent the onset of tiredness.
Moreover, Magnesium is a powerhouse ingredient where it has anti-inflammatory benefits to reduce muscle aches and helps the body recover from exercise. It also supports healthy cognitive brain function, promotes heart health and encourages regular bowel movement by drawing water to the intestines to soften stool. Its gentle and non-stimulant. For women, Magnesium soothes and alleviates mild bloating during PMS. Magnesium levels fluctuate throughout the menstrual cycle and drop during the luteal phase (when the PMS starts). Taking Magnesium regularly can soothe PMS symptoms like bloating, cramping, tenderness and moodiness. This form of Magnesium used is Magnesium Citrate, an organic acid form, shown to be more bioavailable than others such as Magnesium Oxide.
Ashwagandha is a potent adaptogen that is relied upon heavily in Ayurveda to harmonize mind, body, and spirit. Clinically shown to help reduce stress, promote nervous system resilience, regulate cortisol levels, enhance focus, brain power, memory, alertness and mental stamina. It also reduces irritability, by nourishing both adrenal and thyroid glands to calm anxiety, renew vigor and restore centeredness. Its calming effects also improve sleep and reduce stress-related cravings. Its antioxidant-rich properties are superior support for the immune system and it has shown to lower blood sugar glucose levels, decrease triglycerides (the most common type of fat in the blood), reduce inflammation and fight free radicals – all of which protect the brain from degeneration, improve memory and prevent depression.
The "immortality mushroom,” Reishi is one of the most researched mushrooms in the world. It is a powerful adaptogen, crowned queen healer by herbalists for centuries because of its ability to strengthen and calm the mind, allowing you to unlock creativity and connect. This super mushroom is a brain nourisher, immune supporter, energizer, stress reliever, and beauty food. It can can help reduce stress, elevate mood and balance the mind by helping you center yourself through calming the nervous system. It also increases your non-REM, which helps heal insomnia, enhances better sleep quality, and encourages deep sleep. Therefore, all these benefits fight fatigue, anxiety, and depression. Reishi also has neuroprotective qualities, which not only help dissipate stress-induced brain fog and enhance memory, but are also highly therapeutic for neurodegenerative disorders, as Reishi supports the production of nerve growth factor (NGF) that promote concentration and focus.
Moreover, Reishi is excellent for boosting your immune system because it is an immune modulator protecting you from harmful viruses and bacteria, as it increases activity of the body’s white blood cells. It’s packed with antioxidants that help prevent damage of your cells, which strengthens the body's resistance to disease and infection. Reishi also improves adrenal and pituitary function, while also stabilizes nervous and digestive systems, reduces inflammation, balances hormones, regulates the thyroid, supports reproductive health, encourages heart health, detoxification of the liver and balances blood sugar glucose levels.
An adaptogenic herb, Schisandra is traditionally used to support your body's capacity to handle stress, sustain energy and concentration. Schisandra functions to enhance the body's natural resistance and adaptation to stressful influences. By regulating and reducing stress hormones in the blood, it works well to mellow and clear the mind. As a true spirit lifter, the berry can be used for enhancing meditation practice. Schisandra also assists in fine-tuning the brain, offering mental clarity and focus. It helps increase concentration, motivation, and memory. It also protects against fatigue, depression, and anxiety.
Prized as a longevity and beauty berry, this antioxidant-rich tonic repairs the cell and tissue damage that speed up the aging process while improving skin clarity, increasing hydration, and liver health by nourishing from within. It provides powerful antioxidant protection, particularly from free radicals and other toxins in the environment that may cause cellular damage. It is also known to support healthy liver function, which can reduce the signs of stress and inflammation of the skin. Much of the clinical research for Schisandra has focused on the positive effects on liver function, especially its effect on the production of various liver detoxifying enzymes. It improves vitality and metabolic efficiency by strengthening the immune system, supporting the endocrine system, reproductive health, fertility, libido, and the digestive system while gently energizing the nervous system to tame anxiety. Schisandra has been used as a supplement for athletic training because of its ability to enhance endurance, stamina, and performance. Schisandra was found to be most helpful when used in people who had overall exhaustion, low physical, and mental performance.
Tulsi is traditionally used in Ayurveda to regulate mood, balance hormones, and protect skin from accelerated aging. Balance your mood and elevate your beauty routine, also known as holy basil, this plant is native in India and predominantly used to uplift spirits. It’s an ancient remedy for soothing body and mind, alleviating depression and regulating hormones. It promotes circulation, normalizes blood pressure, controls blood sugar and digestive systems, all that can grow deregulated from ongoing stress. It aids against stress-related weight gain, helps bloating, and nourishes the body by detoxifying it, making it a potent remedy for acne and eczema. It’s also rich in antioxidants, which protect the skin from oxidative damage and signs of aging. An astringent and a natural antibiotic, this herb is great for anyone suffering from any kind of skin disorder – it kills bacteria on the skin’s surface and balances the inner-body chemistry to banish acne and soothe irritation.
An Ayurvedic adaptogenic that improves sleep and has been used to treat sleep troubles like insomnia because it’s rich in saponins, which have been touted as a natural sleep promoter. Jujube provides a calming effect on the nervous system that helps relieve anxiety, and is a natural remedy to treat the symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression. Moreover, sedative properties of Jujube fruit are also known to balance cortisol hormones that helps keep both mind and body relaxed.
Jujube is also valued for its incredible healing characteristics because it has a rich source of compounds such as flavonoids and polysaccharides, which of have antioxidant properties. Polysaccharides have a high nutritive value and the positive effects on our immune and digestive functions. It’s also particularly rich in vitamin C, an important vitamin with antioxidant and immune-boosting properties. It can help combat pathogens and germs as it is loaded with immune boosting phytochemicals. The flavonoid compounds in Jujube have been known to possess strong antimicrobial properties.
Jujube has high fiber content that help with digestion and constipation. It also helps balance blood sugar levels. Also, it is used to pump iron reserves, improve haemoglobin count and regulate proper blood flow in the system. It encourages good blood flow to all your vital organs to get an adequate supply of oxygen-rich blood and make you feel energized. Being intrinsically rich in potassium, phosphorus, manganese, iron and zinc, these minerals help in maintaining immunity, electrolytes, energy & cardiac health.
Liquorice or also known as “sweet root” is used in Ayurveda for its adaptogenic properties and is traditionally used as a relaxant and body soother. It is a powerful relaxant when taken in in the evening because it is a harmonizing ingredient in herbal blends, where it also offers respiratory and digestion support. Liquorice balances the adrenal system, which can help energize, alleviate chronic fatigue, and help with post-workout recovery. Taken after a workout helps reduce muscle pain & soreness. It also has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties that strengthen metabolic function & immunity. Liquorice regulates the endocrine system where it’s particularly supportive to female hormone balance so it can be used to soothe PMS. It’s calming and hormone-regulating abilities are an effective way to lift spirit.