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5-MTHF.

5-methyltetrahydrofolate – One of the best forms of folate – an essential B vitamin – 5-MTHF helps convert amino acids into methionine. Big word for “the stuff that helps your hair grow!!

ANDROGRAPHIS PANICULATA.

Often referred to as “Indian Echinacea”, this powerful herb has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine as a natural immune booster. It’s high in andrographolide compounds which contain anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antioxidant properties.

ARGAN OIL.

Great for most skin types, it’s packed with antioxidants and fatty acids that give a super hydration boost. Its high levels of vitamin E and squalene help strengthen your skin’s barrier to retain moisture, resulting in overall smoother skin.

ASHWAGANDHA.

Stress is often a factor in thyroid problems. Because this ancient herb is an adaptogen, it can help your body deal with tiring mental, physical and emotional stressors.

ASTRAGALUS MEMBRANACEUS.

One of the 50 fundamental herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine, this botanical has been widely researched for its cardioprotective, anti-inflammatory and longevity effects.

ALOE BARBADENSIS.

The aloe plant Aloe barbadensis in the family Liliaceae is the most researched and used of the more than 300 species of aloe. Aloe has been used medicinally for several thousands of years in many cultures — from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome to China and India.

BIOTIN.

Part of the B family, but also goes by vitamin H! We need this nutrient to support enzymes that break down carbs, proteins and fats. In our lineup, biotin is the beautifying secret superstar that stimulates healthy hair, nails & skin.

BLACK COHOSH EXTRACT.

Black Cohosh is an herb that was first introduced to European colonists for medicinal purposes by Native American Indians. It’s been widely used to affect women’s health issues including menopausal and perimenopausal symptoms, PMS and osteoporosis.

CITRUS BIOFLAVONOIDS

A biochemically active substance that accompanies and activates vitamin C in nature. It’s found in the white membrane of citrus fruits such as oranges, tangerines and grapefruit and contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

COLEUS FORSKHOLII ROOT EXTRACT.

An herb utilized in ayurvedic medicine to support thyroid health. This is due in large part to the forskolin content. Extract of coleus forskohlii root stimulates the generation of T3 and T4 by Thyroid Stimulating Hormone.

CHAGA MUSHROOM EXTRACT.

These formidable fungi stimulate white blood cells which are essential for fighting off harmful bacteria. Chaga grows mainly on the bark of birch trees in cold climates such as Northern Europe, Siberia and Russia.

CHASTE TREE BERRY.

This plant may aid in stimulating hormones, keeping hot flashes in check. It’s also noted to soothe bloating, energy lulls and other uncomfortable menopausal symptoms.

COCONUT OIL.

Technically speaking, coconut is actually a one-seeded drupe (news to us, too!), but is loosely regarded as a fruit, nut and seed! Whatever you want to call it, its oil helps absorb moisture and nutrients and may reduce inflammation.

COLLAGEN.

It’s found in roughly one-third of our bodily protein composition, including bones, muscles, tissue, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels and even teeth! For skin, hair and nails, the amino acids in collagen help build, strengthen and protect each while also fending off nasty free radicals.

DAMIANA LEAF POWDER.

Rumor has it the name comes from the Greek “daman” or “damia”,  meaning “to tame or subdue”. Hmmm…we just like it for it’s historical use as an effective and powerful aphrodisiac. Aside from these benefits, it’s also been used as a relaxant, digestive aid and mood enhancer.

DANDELION LEAF.

We’re helping to rebrand this irksome weed’s reputation by utilizing its helpful herbal qualities! Its potassium acts as a diuretic and helps cleanse your liver, kidneys and gallbladder. That helps you shed the extra liquid your body may be retaining.

DONG QUAI.

Often referred to as the “female ginseng,” it’s been used for over 2000 years to treat menopausal symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats and headaches.

ECHINACEA PURPUREA EXTRACT.

Researchers have found that the highly active polysaccharides in Echinacea boost the synthesis of T-cells responsible for fighting infections and protecting the body from attack of viruses and bacteria. Echinacea also increases the viability of white blood cells, keeping your immune system in top-notch condition.

ELDERBERRY EXTRACT.

The berries and flowers of elderberry are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may boost your immune system. They could help tame inflammation, lessen stress, and help protect your heart, too.

FENUGREEK.

An herb native to the Mediterranean and western Asia, it’s packed with fiber that aids in a slower release of sugars in the body. This may help reduce appetite and keep energy levels from coming to a crashing halt!

FOLIC ACID.

Nourishing hair follicles is key to keeping a full head of hair. Folic acid supports the circulation of helpful compounds like oxygen and other vitamins and aids in cell growth. It also helps our bodies turn energy from the food we eat into energy for hair to grow!

GARCINIA CAMBOGIA.

A tropical fruit also known as Malabar tamarind, it promotes weight loss by suppressing appetites. The active ingredient in the fruit’s rind, hydroxycitric acid, may also block certain enzymes that bodies use to make fat, resulting in loss of excess weight.

GINGER.

Made up of compounds called gingerols and shogaols, ginger can stimulate digestion and aid in appetite suppression. That means you’ll feel fuller longer and say no to midday munchies.

GREEN TEA EXTRACT.

The caffeine from Green Tea helps you wake up refreshed, boost your workouts and power your day without the energy crash, so you can keep moving all day long. It also aids in digestion and metabolism while supporting appetite regularity.

GREEN COFFEE BEAN EXTRACT

With high levels of the compound chlorogenic acid, it promotes metabolism by reducing fat absorption. Of course, it also contains caffeine, a natural stimulant to fuel your body and often associated with appetite suppression

GUARANA SEED EXTRACT.

Amazonian tribes have used guarana for centuries for its therapeutic properties. In fact, that’s where it gets its name – from the Guarani tribe It contains an impressive range of stimulants, such as caffeine, theophylline and theobromine that help promote weight loss and combat mental and physical fatigue.

GYMNEMA SYLVESTRE.

Its Hindi name, gurmar, means “destroyer of sugar,” and we’re big fans of its metabolic power. It may block your sweet receptors, helping you put down those excess sweets. That results in fewer calories consumed on the regular and weight loss down the line!

HORNY GOAT WEED.

So a long time ago, a Chinese herder noticed his goats were getting it on more and more. The culprit? Grazing on this plant. And well, the name stuck.

HORSETAIL EXTRACT (SILICA)

It’s obvious where it gets its name. But did you know this herb contains silica which is known to improve strength and speed of growth while potentially improving dandruff and scalp health?

HYALURONIC ACID.

This mighty acid is already native to your skin, but as we age, that depletes. By adding more to your body, moisture is captured and retained, helping to smooth fine lines and boost radiance. Basically, it’s the secret you’ll share (because we share tips here!) when your friend says “okay, why do you look 5 years younger?”

KELP.

Not just for the fishies! Marine plants are a great source of antioxidants, iodine and other nutrients linked to promoting overall hormonal equilibrium.

KIWI.

High in fiber, kiwi contains an enzyme called actinidain, which is noted for breaking down fat and digesting proteins. Ultimately, this helps keep you regular, if you catch our drift.

L-THEANINE.

Often found in teas and mushrooms, this amino acid supports mental functions by promoting levels of dopamine and serotonin in the brain. This increases feelings of pleasure and relaxation. Ooooom.

MACA ROOT.

Deep in the Andes mountains, maca root has been used for generations to enhance sexual desire – a sort of ancient aphrodisiac. It’s noted to naturally boost energy and sensitivity to help you get it on and on…

GARCINIA MANGOSTANA.

Shown to increase serotonin in the brain, possibly making you feel less hungry. Within our proprietary Meratrim® blend, it’s effectively proven to help reduce body circumference and lower that number on your scale!

PABA.

Another member of the vitamin B family, PABA plays a role in preventing hair loss and keeping locks strong by protecting follicles. It may also protect hair color when you’re just not ready to rock the distinguished salt and pepper look yet.

PUMPKIN SEED OIL.

A healthy prostate depends on adequate zinc levels. Naturally rich in zinc, pumpkin seed oil answers that call. It’s also a source of phytosterol, a compound linked to reducing prostate enlargement.

RHODIOLA ROSEA.

This plant grows in higher altitudes and tough climates, adapting to its surroundings. That’s exactly what it does for our bodies and minds, too – helps us adapt to stressors thrown our way.

SAFFRON (FLOWER) EXTRACT.

You probably know it as the expensive spice with a distinct aroma and color, but did you know that Saffron also contains 3 specific and powerful antioxidants and can also help to curb cravings?!

SAW PALMETTO EXTRACT.

Traditionally, this small palm plant is often used to combat symptoms of an enlarged prostate. We turn to it for its ability to promote a healthy prostate and urinary tract, as well as soothing any inflammation.

SPHAERANTHUS INDICUS.

Maybe a little easier to say is what this herb is also known as – East Indian Globe Thistle. It’s been widely used in Ayurvedic traditions for indigestion and stomach woes. Combined with garcinia mangostana in our proprietary Meratrim® blend, the two herbs may aid in metabolism and help cells burn fat.

SPIRULINA POWDER.

A superfood that’s high-nutrient, low-calorie and containing a lot of nutrition in a very small amount of powder that can be helpful for those wanting to lose weight but not nutrition.

TURMERIC.

This hip superfood supports a normal inflammation response in your body with its active ingredient, Curcumin, to maintain healthy levels! Turmeric also contains Bioactive Compounds with powerful medicinal properties. Studies have shown Curcumin to balance not just your body but mind too!

UVA-URSI.

Also known as bearberry (bears have an affinity for this berry shrub), uva-ursi supports your liver by neutralizing acidity in your urine and, in turn, decreasing water weight and bloating blahs.

WILD YAM EXTRACT.

The bulb and roots of wild yams contain diosgenin, and influential chemical in the production of hormones such as estrogen or DHEA. Wild Yam commonly used in alternative medicine to promote hormonal balance.

YERBA MATE (LEAF) POWDER.

Fun fact: The stimulant properties became popular with Argentinian gauchos (or cowboys), who sipped yerba mate for energy during harvest days or cattle drives. It was also consumed in place food during periods of drought or famine when food was in short supply. Yeeeerbaha!