Activated Coconut Charcoal: Naturally absorbing charcoal contains millions of tiny pores. This ultra-fine form has a powerful influence on capturing and removing toxins in the gastrointestinal tract.*
Lycopene, Zeaxanthin, and Lutein are some of the most common dietary carotenoids supporting the bodies antioxidant status. Carotenoids are a class of naturally occurring plant pigments giving foods like tomatoes, bell peppers, dark leafy greens, and pumpkin.
A current focus for research on liver function centers around Cynarin, a therapeutic component of Artichoke. Artichokes were regarded as a valuable digestive aid by the ancient Greeks and Romans and it was reserved for consumption by the elite.
B Vitamins: B vitamins are water-soluble nutrients found plentifully in foods like whole grains, almonds, eggs, green leafy vegetables, meats, and fish.
Calcium: Calcium is essential for many body functions including heartbeat regulation and nerve impulse activation. Calcium is also essential for building strong bones and teeth. It’s important to maintain healthy levels of calcium throughout your lifespan.
Vitamin C : An essential water-soluble nutrient means your body can’t produce or store it. Foods rich in vitamin C include bell peppers, strawberries, dark green leafy vegetables, and papaya.
Dandelion Root & Leaf: Traditionally used to support healthy digestion and detoxification, dandelion is a familiar herb that can enhance your body’s natural immune response.
Vitamin D3:Vitamin D is the only fat-soluble nutrient that the body makes when exposed to sunlight. Time indoors, genetic makeup, and living at various latitudes can reduce your D production making supplementation important.
Epimedium: Also known as Horny Goat Weed, this adaptogenic plant extract is a classically used herbal remedy to support healthy circulation and neurocircuitry.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that can be found in foods like plant-based oils, nuts and seeds, collard green, red bell pepper, and pumpkin.
GABA : This ancient botanical has been used for centuries in herbal medicine to relieve tension and support relaxation.
Ginger: Ginger is one of the most used spices in the world providing a zesty kick to a host of culinary dishes. Therapeutically, ginger is an antioxidant with a reported 100 isolated compounds deriving from its powerful root.
Juniper: Juniper plants can vary in appearance growing low and wide like a shrub or tall like a tree. They are known for many uses but commonly support healthy digestion and detoxification.
Haschberg Elderberry: European Black Haschberg Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) is a small, dark purple berry with a long history of use in traditional herbal medicine as an aid to the immune system.
Vitamin K (as K1): Vitamin K1, the most common form of this important fat-soluble vitamin is predominately found in green, leafy vegetables like broccoli, spinach, and vegetable oils.
L-Theanine: This ancient botanical has been used for centuries in herbal medicine to relieve tension and support relaxation. When combined with GABA, it unlocks a new level of calm.
Milk Thistle (Silymarin): This bitter flowering plant, known for the clinically researched component silymarin, has been used for centuries to enhance liver function.
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Quercetin: Quercetin, known for upregulating cellular detoxification and improving metabolism, comes from a group of plant compounds called flavonoids and is found in olive oil, capers, and red grapes naturally.
Zinc: Zinc is a trace mineral that is present in every cell of the body. Because our bodies can’t make zinc, it’s considered an essential nutrient. Good food sources include seafood, red meat, poultry, nuts, and chickpeas.