BOTANICAL INGREDIENTS

TO PICK-UP MIND, BODY, AND MOOD

Ingredients that are safe, natural and proven effective

Knowing what you put inside of your body is important. In a time when supplements are more complex than ever, made in labs by people wearing white jackets, we have turned to safe and simple ingredients.

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COLORS OR FLAVORS

VEGAN

NATURAL

MADE IN THE USA

NO SUGAR

GLUTEN FREE

PAULLINIA CUPANA (WHOLE SEED GUARANA)

BRIGHT
MOOD

COGNITIVE
FUNCTION

NATURAL
ANTIOXIDANT

APPETITE
CONTROL

ENERGIZED
BODY

TYPE: Whole Seed (Ramas) Guarana

SOURCE: Brazil, Amazon

RESEARCH: Over 2,000 peer reviewed studies

ABOUT:

Father Betendorf first reported the Guarana plant in 1669 in his trip up the Amazon river. Guarana has been studied extensively for a wide range of physical effects, and is generally considered a superfood due to the number of shown health benefits.

Our Guarana is produced in a whole, natural form unlike commonly used options which are extract mixtures and do not provide the equivalent health benefits.

Improves Cognitive Performance & Alertness 1

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Tired of feeling like a Zombie all day?
Several studies on the effect of Guarana on mental function have shown that it improved secondary memory performance and alertness. In a double blind study, small amounts of Guarana showed improvements across task performance throughout the day. It shows extra benefits to attention and memory based tasks. Additional studies suggest that Guarana may work as an effective protective agent for brain function, limiting memory impairment.

Improves Mood & Reduces Anxiety 2

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Medium

Feel on top of your game in social situations.
Guarana has been tested for its overall benefit to mood and anxiety by a large number of studies. Through double-blind studies, the improvement to the sense of overall contentment has been consistent. It has also been shown to help reduce the sense of anxiety and have some anti-depressive effects. The anti-depressive effects are actually more potent than many other herbs (performing similarly to the reference drug imipramine) and do not appear to be related to the caffeine content. Further research is necessary to better understand these effects.

Helps Manage Weight and Appetite 3

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Say hello to a happy and healthier you.
In combination with low amounts of caffeine, Guarana has been shown to help burn more calories throughout the day. Guarana always works to help with body weight management by improving overall metabolism. In a double-blind study, participants taking Guarana showed significant weight loss and reduced waist size versus a placebo. Guarana may also work to prevent the generation of fat to begin with.

Reduces Fatigue and Boosts Energy 4

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Guarana has been used for centuries as a natural source of energy. In its whole form, there is far less caffeine that assumed (in a VOKE tabelt, Guarana provided 2mg). It has been shown to increase energy while not affecting sleep. Guarana has been widely tested to aid physical and mental fatigue in cancer patients with positive results. Overall Guarana has shown the ability to reduce fatigue during sustained demand.

MALPIGHIA EMARGINATA (ACEROLA CHERRY)

IMMUNE
SUPPORT

APPETITE
CONTROL

NATURAL
ANTIOXIDANT

SPORT
ENDURANCE

TYPE: Organic Acerola Cherry

SOURCE: Brazil, Amazon

RESEARCH: Over 1,000 peer reviewed studies

ABOUT:

The Acerola Cherry is native to Brazil, and has been recognized as an exceptional superfood due to its wide range of vitamins, and is one of the worlds best known sources of vitamin C. Acerola has been shown to work as an antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-hyperglycemic, antitumor, antigenotoxic.

Our Acerola is harvested from the Brazillian Amazon, with minimal processing during the drying process.

Nature's Top Source of Vitamin C for Immune Support 5

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Tired of feeling like a Zombie all day?
Several studies on the effect of Guarana on mental function have shown that it improved secondary memory performance and alertness. In a double blind study, small amounts of Guarana showed improvements across task performance throughout the day. It shows extra benefits to attention and memory based tasks. Additional studies suggest that Guarana may work as an effective protective agent for brain function, limiting memory impairment.

Powerful Antioxidant 6

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Medium

Feel on top of your game in social situations.
Guarana has been tested for its overall benefit to mood and anxiety by a large number of studies. Through double-blind studies, the improvement to the sense of overall contentment has been consistent. It has also been shown to help reduce the sense of anxiety and have some anti-depressive effects. The anti-depressive effects are actually more potent than many other herbs (performing similarly to the reference drug imipramine) and do not appear to be related to the caffeine content. Further research is necessary to better understand these effects.

Antiglycemic Support for Weight 7

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Say hello to a happy and healtiher you.
In combination with low amounts of caffeine, Guarana has been shown to help burn more calories throughout the day. Guarana alwos works to help with body weight management by improving overall metabolism. In a double-blind study, participants taking Guarana showed significant weight loss and reduced waist size versus a placebo. Guarana may also work to prevent the generation of fat to begin with.

Promotes Active Lifestyle as Anti-Inflammatory 8

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Guarana has been used for centuries as a natural source of energy. In its whole form, there is far less caffeine that assumed (in a VOKE tabelt, Guarana provided 2mg). It has been shown to increase energy while not affecting sleep. Guarana has been widely tested to aid physical and mental fatigue in cancer patients with positive results. Overall Guarana has shown the ability to reduce fatigue during sustained demand.

BETA VULGARIS (RED BEETROOT)

SPORT

COGNITIVE FUNCTION

ANTIOXIDANT

OVERALL HEALTH

TYPE: Natural Red Beetroot

SOURCE: United States

RESEARCH: Over 20,000 peer reviewed studies

ABOUT:

It has only been in the last 10 years that research has focused on Red Beetroot as a superfood capable of aiding with human health, but it is one of the most ancient natural health foods. Documented use as a natural medication dates back to the Roman times. Because it contains several bioactive agents, it has been studied for specific benefits with anti-inflammation, oxidative stress and cognitive function.

Boost Nitric Oxide and Reduce Inflamation 9

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Tired of feeling like a Zombie all day?
Several studies on the effect of Guarana on mental function have shown that it improved secondary memory performance and alertness. In a double blind study, small amounts of Guarana showed improvements across task performance throughout the day. It shows extra benefits to attention and memory based tasks. Additional studies suggest that Guarana may work as an effective protective agent for brain function, limiting memory impairment.

Cognitive Function 10

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Medium

Feel on top of your game in social situations.
Guarana has been tested for its overall benefit to mood and anxiety by a large number of studies. Through double-blind studies, the improvement to the sense of overall contentment has been consistent. It has also been shown to help reduce the sense of anxiety and have some anti-depressive effects. The anti-depressive effects are actually more potent than many other herbs (performing similarly to the reference drug imipramine) and do not appear to be related to the caffeine content. Further research is necessary to better understand these effects.

Antioxidant and Body Health 11

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Say hello to a happy and healtiher you.
In combination with low amounts of caffeine, Guarana has been shown to help burn more calories throughout the day. Guarana alwos works to help with body weight management by improving overall metabolism. In a double-blind study, participants taking Guarana showed significant weight loss and reduced waist size versus a placebo. Guarana may also work to prevent the generation of fat to begin with.

CAMELLIA SINENSIS (GREEN TEA LEAF) CAFFEINE

ENERGY

COGNITIVE FUNCTION

SPORT

TYPE: Natural Green Tea Leaf Caffeine

SOURCE: China

RESEARCH: Over 1,000 peer reviewed studies

ABOUT:

We all know that caffeine is one of the most commonly used and helpful options for short term energy. We use a small amount (75mg) of natural caffeine from green tea leaves, which releases more slowly in the body and reduces uncomfortable jitters that may be felt with synthetic caffeine which spikes the body. What you may not know is that natural caffeine, in small daily doses has been shown to improve cognitive function, promote sport performance and hip reduce pain after activity.

Energy 12

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Tired of feeling like a Zombie all day?
Several studies on the effect of Guarana on mental function have shown that it improved secondary memory performance and alertness. In a double blind study, small amounts of Guarana showed improvements across task performance throughout the day. It shows extra benefits to attention and memory based tasks. Additional studies suggest that Guarana may work as an effective protective agent for brain function, limiting memory impairment.

Cognitive Function 13

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Medium

Feel on top of your game in social situations.
Guarana has been tested for its overall benefit to mood and anxiety by a large number of studies. Through double-blind studies, the improvement to the sense of overall contentment has been consistent. It has also been shown to help reduce the sense of anxiety and have some anti-depressive effects. The anti-depressive effects are actually more potent than many other herbs (performing similarly to the reference drug imipramine) and do not appear to be related to the caffeine content. Further research is necessary to better understand these effects.

Sport 14

RESEARCH SUPPORT: Strong

Say hello to a happy and healtiher you.
In combination with low amounts of caffeine, Guarana has been shown to help burn more calories throughout the day. Guarana alwos works to help with body weight management by improving overall metabolism. In a double-blind study, participants taking Guarana showed significant weight loss and reduced waist size versus a placebo. Guarana may also work to prevent the generation of fat to begin with.

REFERENCES

All references are from independently conducted, academically publish and peer reviewed research. Effects are based reported statistically significant benefits from individual ingredients.

GUARANA

1 : Improve Cognition & Performance & Alertness
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

2 : Improves Mood & Reduces Anxiety
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

3 : Helps Manage Weight and Appetite
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

4 : Reduces Fatigue and Boosts Energy
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

ACEROLA CHERRY

5 : Nature's Top Source of Vitamin C for Immune Support
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

6 : Powerful Antioxidant
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

7 : Antiglycemic Support for Weight
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

8 : Promote Active Lifestyle as Anti-Inflammatory
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

RED BEETROOT

9 : Boost Nitric Oxide and Reduct Inflammation
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

10 : Cognitive Function
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

11 : Antioxidant and Body Health
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

GREEN TEA CAFFEINE

12 : Energy
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

13 : Cognitive Function
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

14 : Sport
1.1

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.2

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

1.3

Wenberg, S., & Thomas, J.A. (2000). The role of vision in the rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system: Part 1. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 4(4), 242-245. https://doi.org/10.1054/jbmt.2000.0189

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