THE MIND | Cognition + Focus*

$ 37

Adaptogenic Brain Tonic*

The Mind contains a compilation of powerful herbs and mushrooms used for centuries as brain boosting tonics. Several of these herbs have been respected as master tonics for the mind for millennia across many healing traditions, such as Ayurvedic, Chinese and rainforest tribal medicine. 

Ginkgo, Gotu Kola, Lion’s Mane, Tulsi, Brahmi, and Mucuna are all revered brain tonics with extensive history, which is why we’ve opted to creating a super potent, undiluted and well-sourced product to suite our brainy needs!

Key Benefits: 

  • Adaptogenic* [R]
  • May improve memory* [R, R]
  • May improve cognition* [R]
  • May be neuroprotective, supporting synapse response* [R, R]
  • May increase and energize mood* [R]
  • May alleviate anxiety and depression* [R, R]

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases. 

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Lion's Mane

Lion's Mane was given the name due to its unique appearance resembling the long tresses of a lion. This nootropic mushroom has a long history of use in Traditional Chinese and Japanese Medicine for supporting brain and neurological health. Our mushrooms are locally grown in Washington State, and cell wall extracted. This makes it bioavailable and ready for immediate use.

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Mucuna Bean

Mucuna is an adaptogen and superherb that helps to protect the body from the damaging effects of stress. Since Mucuna has a naturally occurring amino acid which transforms into Dopamine in the brain, it ignites a feeling of joy and bliss.

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Ginkgo is the oldest surviving species of tree and is often referred to as “the living fossil" as an individual tree can live to 1,500 years of age. Fossil records indicate that it probably originated during the Permian period about 250 million years ago. The properties of Ginkgo were first recorded around 2,800 BC. In traditional Chinese medicine the leaf was used to support the respiratory system. In Europe it is used extensively to support cognitive function. Ginkgo and its constituents are the subjects of over 400 scientific publications, making it one of the most researched herbs today. Numerous clinical trials have documented Ginkgo's positive effects on the brain, cognitive function, recognition memory, recall, attention, concentration, mood, and energy levels.

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