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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.
Often referred to as “the mushroom of immortality” or “the king of medicinal mushrooms, chaga is most well-known for its role in supporting immune health. This adaptogenic mushroom can help support the body’s stress response and promote relaxation.
A member of the pepper family, Kava has been used by Pacific Islanders for thousands of years both medicinally and ceremonially. This root can be considered a nervine — an herb intended to calm and rejuvenate the central nervous system. Kava contains compounds with psychotropic properties that promote muscle relaxation. It can increase dopamine levels, bringing a calming effect to the mind and body.
Native to the Mediterranean, lavender is prized for its fragrant aroma and is used widely by herbalists as a gentle sedative. This herb boasts antibacterial and antifungal properties and has been used for thousands of years for its purifying, relaxing, and protective benefits.
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.
This climbing vine has been used traditionally as a mild sedative. Passion flower may help calm the mind by boosting GABA — a compound that relaxes brain activity. This makes it a favored herb for addressing anxiety, insomnia, and restlessness.
Also known as “velvet bean,” mucuna pruriens is used in many forms of traditional medicine to support mental and physical health. This adaptogenic legume contains high levels of L-dopa — the precursor to dopamine — making it ideal for supporting mood, memory, sleep, and the overall nervous system.
Sometimes called “queen of the night,” this cactus is known for having impressive flowers that bloom as a one-night-only event. Night-blooming cereus has a long history of homeopathic use, including as an indigenous herbal remedy. It’s still used widely by herbalists for cardiovascular and nervous system support