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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.
The ginkgo tree, one of the oldest known species on the planet, is more than 200 million years old. Traditional Chinese Medicine has used the seeds of the plant for years. More recently, the leaf of the ginkgo tree has become a top herb to support wellness, thanks to its neuroprotective and antibacterial properties.
An adaptogenic mushroom used in Tibetan and Chinese medicine, cordyceps is a go-to for increasing energy and stamina. Some of the earliest uses of cordyceps arose among Himalayan shepherds who found it boosted physical endurance at high altitudes. Nowadays, many athletes use it for boosting athletic performance.
Used traditionally in both Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, gotu kola is part of the parsley family. As a medicinal herb, it’s favored to support memory, concentration, mood, and energy. Quite unlike most medicinal herbs, however, it lacks a taste or smell.
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.
A powerful succulent that thrives in some of the Earth’s most extreme climates, Rhodiola helps regulate the body’s stress response. This adaptogenic root is said to have been prized by Vikings to boost their strength. Nowadays, it’s used to support memory and concentration, boost one’s mood, and reduce mental and physical fatigue.
Though most of us know rosemary as a culinary herb, it’s long been used in traditional medicine to support digestion, memory, and the nervous system. The rosmarinic acid found in rosemary has adaptogenic properties and can promote healthy cellular regeneration in the brain.
Turmeric has stepped into the spotlight in recent years with good reason. A member of the ginger family, turmeric root has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It may improve memory and cognitive performance, increase the growth of new neurons, and fight degenerative processes in the brain.