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Our star ingredient is a medicinal mushroom extensively studied for its neurological and mental health benefits. The shaggy appearance of this mushroom looks a bit like — you guessed it — the mane of a lion. Lion’s mane grows on old trees or logs and contains compounds that promote regeneration of neurons.
This adaptogenic mushroom gets its playful name from its distinct looks. It grows in thin shelves on tree trunks with ringed patterning that’s said to resemble a turkey’s tail. One of the most studied medicinal mushrooms, turkey’s tail contains compounds with antimicrobial, antiviral, and antioxidant properties.
Known as the “mushroom of immortality” and the “herb of spiritual potency,” Reishi is an adaptogenic mushroom that contains over 400 bioactive compounds. Within Traditional Chinese Medicine, reishi is said to enhance vital energy, and scientific research is revealing this mushroom’s ability to modulate the immune system.
Also known as tulsi, this adaptogenic herb is part of the mint family. With roots in India, holy basil is sometimes referred to as “queen of the herbs” and has been used for thousands of years. Modern research explores holy basil’s ability to support the body’s response to physical, metabolic, and mental stress.
Also known as Indian ginseng, ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb known for promoting a healthy stress response. This flowering shrub has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine and boasts powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Ashwagandha has been clinically studied for its ability to regulate cortisol levels, enhance mental resilience, and improve cognition.
Known as the “gladdening herb,” lemon balm is a nervine — an herb intended to calm and rejuvenate the central nervous system. It also can be considered a carminative herb — one that helps support digestion, which can be negatively impacted by stress. In Ancient Greece, lemon balm is said to have been planted by beekeepers to keep the honeybees happy.
Well-loved in Ayurvedic medicine, this herb is used to support overall cognitive function and reduce inflammation and oxidative stress. Research suggests bacopa may increase brain chemicals involved in thinking, learning, and memory.