6 oz clear glass jar
Ingredients: raw unfiltered wildflower honey, raw New Zealand manuka honey, ashwagandha root powder, lion’s mane powder, matcha medium chain triglyceride powder with prebiotic acacia fiber, grass-fed collagen peptides, bee propolis (with raw honey).
Enjoy 1 teaspoon, 1-2 times daily.
Ashwagandha is a very powerful medicinal herb commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine. This herb is classified as an “adaptogen,” meaning that it can help your body “adapt” to stress. Ashwagandha can lower blood sugar levels, reduce cortisol, boost brain function and help fight symptoms of anxiety and depression. Studies in humans have also found that it increases the activity of natural killer cells, which are immune cells that fight infection and help you stay healthy…immune support bonus!
What else do we combine in this formula? Matcha MCT powder! MCT powder is a form of digestible fatty acid that quickly convert to ketones, giving the brain, muscles, and other tissues fast and sustained energy. Matcha works well to enhance mood, calm the mind, and aids in concentration. Matcha is rich in L-Theanine, a rare amino acid that actually promotes a state of relaxation and well-being by acting upon the brains functioning. While stress can induce beta waves an excited, more agitated state, L-Theanine creates alpha waves, which lead to a state of relaxed alertness.
One last super food we add in is Lion’s Mane. This mushroom is truly one of a kind. There is no other herb or mushroom that’s been found in nature that seems to have the same effect on stimulating the production of nerve growth factor and brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). These are two remarkable compounds that essentially stimulate the growth of new nerve tissues and brain cells. BDNF is a powerful protein that essentially stimulates the production of new brain cells and strengthens existing ones. High levels of BDNF make you learn faster, remember better, age slower and rapidly rewire your brain. As if that wasn’t enough, BDNF also increases your brain’s neuroplasticity. When your brain cells get damaged or if you are facing a stressful situation, BDNF protects them and helps them come back even stronger. It causes your neural pathways to become more flexible instead of shutting down.