This purple flower is more than just good looking. Used by Great Plains Native Americans as traditional medicine, echinacea is used for respiratory infections by stimulating a fight response in the immune system.
Used since the Middle Ages, this herb native to Europe and Asia signals with your body’s serotonin and adenosine receptors—chemicals that help regulate your sleep and mood—reducing anxiety and depression.
Found in the zen warmth of green tea, L-Theanine is an amino acid that improves mental function, bringing clear a headedness view of the world with decreased anxiety and depression.
Whey, the liquid protein in dairy products like cheese, helps your body repair, rebuild, and strengthen your muscles, as well as heal wounds and fight seasonal allergies.
The orange color in its namesake fruit, Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes harmful free radicals. It's also a key component in making collagen, one of your body’s connective tissues.
Need a boost of energy to fuel your process? Abundant in green vegetables, B vitamins promote a healthy metabolism that expertly converts fat and protein into energy.
Released by the pineal gland at night, Melatonin is a hormone that balances your natural sleep–wake cycle. Well timed, deep, sound sleep is fundamental to your whole body health and wellness.
Found in fruits like the banana, Potassium is an essential mineral needed for your body’s tissues. This electrolyte carries electrical charges that activate your cells, muscles, and nerves.