When harvested, Ashitaba can grow all of its leaves back within 24 hours. With those kind of superpowers, it’s no wonder this plant is renowned for its health giving abilities. Rich in vitamin B6, B12 and Nerve Growth Hormone, this powerful and beautifying adaptogen is known to speed wound healing, improve digestion, and improve concentration and memory.
One of the most popular and well known Ayruvedic herbs, Ashwagandha supports hormone balance, emotional balance and brain function. This herb is particularly useful for stress relief and an overall sense of well-being. We like it in a tonic to unwind after a long day.
Astragalus is a plant within the Leguminosae (beans or legumes) family that has been used for thousands of years as an adaptogen in traditional Chinese medicine. Known as the great protector, Astragalus is an incredible immune builder. It strengthens and protects many of the body’s systems and functions, including skin health, metabolism and digestion, the immune system and energy levels. Try it in the The 8AM O'Clock
The King of Medicinal Mushrooms, Chaga floods the system with over 215 phytonutrients, superoxide dismutase and beta-glucans to nourish the body, stimulate the immune system and fight inflammation. This King Healer has been used for centuries in Siberia, Russia and parts of Asia. High levels of B-Vitamins, Flavonoids, Enzymes, Minerals, Phenols and Antioxidants makes this mushroom one of the most nutrient dense and bioactive foods on the planet.
Grown on the back of caterpillars and harvested from mountain regions, Cordyceps were considered extremely rare until fairly recently. This powerful fungus has been shown to combat aging, reduce fatigue and stress, increase libido and improve cardiovascular health. Mixed in warm water or tea, this tonic will heighten your energy levels and increase your fertility. Found in Superfeasts Jing.
Lion's Mane is a wonder mushroom whose extract powder has been used for thousands of years by traditional herbalists to support the brain and nervous system, improve cognitive function and boost digestive health. Available pure in Superfeast Lion Mane
A favorite to athletes and the elderly, Eucommia Bark is a traditional Chinese herb known for its ability to increase energy levels and to strengthen bones, tendons and ligaments. It tonifies both the kidney and liver, which makes it extremely effective in maintaining the integrity of the skeletal system. Eucommia Bark comes from a small tree in China known as the “Chinese Rubber Tree”. Bark from this tree has been used for centuries to make tea because of its stabilizing effects. Find it in Superfeasts Jing.
Goji: Also known as Wolfberries, Goji Berries are said to have been eaten by monks in the Himalayan Mountains for their vitamin dense and vitality giving nutrient profile. Packed with Vitamin C and all eight animo acids, try it in Superfeasts Beauty Blend
He Shou Wu has been used for centuries as an anti-aging, blood building and beautifying food. In Chinese Medicine, it’s prized for its circulation increasing, stamina boosting and aphrodisiac powers. He Shou Wu is the star ingredients in Superfeasts Jing.
This pleasant tasting (almost vanilla-like) root has a wide reputation for its hormone balancing properties. Super rich in nutrients, Maca contains more calcium than milk and is packed with protein, fiber and magnesium. Commonly used for increasing fertility, and to treat symptoms of menopause, this herbal medicine has been harvested from the Andes mountains for more than 3,000 years.
A source of abundant nutrition, Moringa, also known as the “miracle leaf”, is noted for its ability to stabilize blood pressure, relieve anxiety and strengthen digestion. Containing Vitamins B, C, D and E, Magnesium, Protein and other essential nutrients and amino acids, consuming Moringa is an easy way to quickly receive an incredibly wide nutritional spectrum that is highly bioavaible. Find it in MARAS Sea Vitamin C Glow
Known as the Queen Healer Mushroom, Reishi is the most studied plant on earth. It’s prized for its ability to stabilize the body, helping it overcome any health challenges it may encounter, while improving its ability to resist stress and promote calmness. One of the main components found in Reishi is ganoderic acid. These acids help alleviate common allergies by inhibiting histamine release while improving oxygen utilization and liver function (it’s also what gives Reishi its bitter taste!). Try it straight, as a powder from Superfest or blendend in CAPS O'Clocks or MARA's Sea Vitamin C Beauty Poweder
A traditional Taoist herb, Rhodiola is your mind’s wake-up call. This perennial flowering plant works by improving your brain’s ability to absorb oxygen, leading to increased mental clarity, creativity and stamina. Sometimes called “arctic root”, Rhodiola has a long history of medicinal use, being mentioned by the Greek physician Dioscorides as far back as the first century AD. Try it in The 4PM O'clock
This potent berry powder does it all. An ancient brain and beauty food treasured by Chinese medicine, Schisandra is an aphrodisiac that nourishes the inner organs, resulting in shining hair and glowing skin. This mighty herb works to improve liver function by stimulating enzymes that speed up biochemical reactions, leading to increased cell turnover. Try it vis Superfeasts Beauty Blend or I am Gia
This powerful plant is the purest form of Omega-7 on earth. It first rose to fame in Ancient Greek times, when it was a popular remedy for horses who had been through battle. Hand harvested from wild berries in the Himalayas this pure healer encourages heart health, supports your digestive tract and improves skin tone and texture.
The second most popular mushroom in the world, Shiitake has been widely known for years, but not specifically for its antifungal, antiviral and antibacterial properties. Easily found at the grocery store, or in a dish at your favorite restaurant for its meaty flavor and texture, this primordial fungus is a powerful tool for fighting inflammation. Not to mention, it’s packed with Vitamin B and all eight essential amino acids.