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Stress prevents us from being who we really are
Stress occurs when we feel overwhelmed, triggering a chain of events in our body that can cause a number of uncomfortable side effects (irritability, tiredness, loss of focus, sleep problems, stomach ache and lower immunity, to name a few).
Adaptogenics plants help us adapt to stress.
Originating from traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines, these herbs, roots and mushrooms are natural biological regulators. They help us relax, protect us from the harmful effects of stress, and enhance our mental and physical capacity.
Natural powers, backed by science
Numerous pharmacological studies have shown that each adaptogenic plant is unique and has its own way of helping our organism adapt to stress, but that they all have a dual effect : they not only regulate immediate stress, but also have a protective effect making our body more resilient to future stress.
Our Adaptogenic Plants
Also called Indian ginseng, ashwagandha is traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to restore balance and enhance focus.
Native to Peru, the maca root is one of the rare plants that is cultivated at very high altitude (more than 4000 m!). It brings emotional calm and positive energy.
Our saffron extract is clinically certified to contribute to emotional balance, support relaxation and maintain a positive mood.
This adaptogen from Africa naturally contains 5-HTP, which our body needs to make serotonin, making us happy.
One of the most famous adaptogens, thanks to its relaxing and harmonising properties, as well as its capacity to enhance mental performance.
One of the first plants domesticated by human, it contains cannabidiol (CBD), a molecule that can help us relax and restore balance. Our natural CBD extracts are certified for their consistency and purity.
Natively grown at high altitude in the Peruvian mountains, this plant has calming and soothing properties, as well as a very delicate scent.
Also known as lemon balm, melissa is a famous adaptogen which is known for its calming properties as well as its transformative effects on sleep. Recent studies have proven that melissa has the ability to provide users with a more consistent sleep quality as well as improving the time it takes for users to get to sleep.
Also called Indian gooseberry, amla was considered a “cure” in Ayurveda, to support immunity, help replenish the spirit and restore your inner-self.
Also known as California poppy, this superstar adaptogen is your best ally for a restful night.
Also known as Siberian ginseng, Eleutherococcus senticosus, it is probably the most widely researched adaptogen. It is known to have great invigorating properties and the ability to enhance physical and mental capacities, under stressful conditions.
Native to the Amazon region, guarana has been used for centuries for its revitalizing properties.
This plant has been used for millennia in most traditional medicines, from Ayurveda to Ancient Greece, for its restoring and calming effects.