Here you can learn about the plant-based ingredients that make up our supplements. We source every one from trusted partners around the globe and use them in their natural form in effective doses. We never use synthetic fillers, bulking agents, additives or artificial sweeteners. Click on the individual ingredients in the list to your right to find out more about their powerful properties.
This high-strength cocoa extract contains 24% theobromine. A vasodilator, it increases blood flow and oxygenation to the brain and body, and may play a protective role in aging thanks to its high antioxidant content.
High levels of anthocyanins provide protection against oxidative stress caused during exercise. These powerful compounds give blackcurrants their deep purple pigmentation and have been shown to provide anti inflammatory, anticancer and antimicrobial benefits.
Naturally high in antioxidants it offers a protective effect against oxidative stress and free radical damage, and contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.
Acai Berries are indigenous to the Amazon rainforest. They have an ORAC value three-times higher than that of blueberries, which shows how effective a source of antioxidants they are. On top of the ability to effectively counter oxidative stress and inflammation, Acai berries are also a good source of health promoting omega 3, 6 & 9 fats for optimal heart health and function.
Haskap berries have one of the highest recorded anthocyanin content of any berry, with three times the level of antioxidants as blueberries. 85% of which is the anthocyanin - C3G, where studies from Reading University have revealed that supplementing with Haskap berries provide both vasodilatory benefits as well as improvements to memory.
Studies have found that athletes supplementing with Montmorency Cherry before and after exercise showed significant improvements in reduced muscle soreness, inflammation and blood pressure. A meta-analysis of 10 published studies has found this translates to enhanced performance and recovery, with many top-tier athletes and teams incorporating Montmorency Cherries into their regimens.
Hibiscus is high in antioxidants and may offer antihypertensive benefits lowering blood pressure as a natural alternative to medications.
Beetroot is a rich source of dietary nitrates, which widen blood vessels allowing for better circulation and oxygen delivery around the body. Supplementing with Beetroot has been shown to be effective at lowering blood pressure, while also improving athletic performance.
An adaptogen that is shown to lower cortisol levels, reducing stress and anxiety. It helps the body get into a state of relaxation in preparation for sleep.
Guarana contains slow-release caffeine that studies have shown is effective at improving attention and memory retention. Research has discovered that the stimulation effect of Guarana goes beyond its caffeine content alone thanks to other phytochemicals present within its seeds. Its nootropic benefits were seen in test subjects where the caffeine dose was low.
High in dietary nitrates improve blood flow and oxygen delivery in the body supporting physical and mental performance as well as recovery. Antioxidants contained in Pomegranate proved anti-inflammatory benefits after exercise from damage caused to muscles and tissue.
A high quality source of plant-protein source with an amino-acid profile that complements Pea Protein to support muscle maintenance and repair.
A great source of bioavailable amino-acids for maintaining, repairing and growing muscle.
This potent 95% curcumin extract is an active anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compound from Turmeric. It has been shown to be effective at reducing chronic low-grade inflammation that is associated with various chronic diseases including heart disease, cancers as well as neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's. Paired together with black pepper increases bioavailability by up to 2000% improving it's anti-inflammatory benefits throughout the body and brain.
An antioxidant used to reduce exercise-induced oxidative stress and support any dip in immune function caused by intense exercise.
Native to the hot and dry plains of Africa, Baobab naturally concentrates high levels of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients in a high fibre package. With six times the level of Vitamin C as an orange and six times more fibre than a banana, Baobab makes it easy to hit many of your daily nutritional objectives in one go.
Maca is a famed root vegetable from Peru that has been used for centuries for its adaptogenic properties. It has an ability to regulate cortisol levels, which may support how the body can cope with stress. Additional benefits include boosting energy levels as well as showing strong evidence of enhancing libido and improving fertility.
Studies from Purdue University found that adding lemon to green tea increases catechin absorption by up to 13x compared to control groups. This greatly increases the efficacy of catechins to protect against free radical damage in the body, as well as their proposed effect enhancing exercise-induced weight loss.
Apigenin binds to specific receptors in your brain that may lower anxiety, relax your muscles & initiate sleep.
Inulin is a fructan known for it's benefits as a prebiotic that feeds healthy bacteria in your gut. As a soluble dietary fibre it stabalises blood glucose levels and may directly stimulate immune cell activity and alleviate inflammatory symptoms in the gut.
Studies have shown that consuming 3 grams of oat beta-glucans per day lowers problematic LDL cholesterol by between 5-7%, and is effective at reducing the risk of coronary heart disease.
Studies have found that Lion's Mane Mushroom may promote neurogenesis potentially improving cognitive performance and working memory. It may also provide protection against degenerative brain diseases including Alzheimers and Dementia through aiding the formation of new neurons.
B vitamins are a complex of eight essential nutrients that are regarded as the building blocks to a healthy body. They help the body convert food into energy, create new blood cells, and maintain healthy skin cells, brain cells, as well as support immune system functions. As they are not stored by the body they must be replenished from our diet, meaning deficiencies can be common.
Vitamin D is responsible for over 2000 gene expressions throughout the body. It plays an essential role in everything from strengthening bones to the normal functioning of the immune system. During winter months when sunlight exposure is limited, deficiency of vitamin D is common. Public Health England recommends that any individual over the age of 1 should consider supplementing this vital nutrient.
Studies have shown that low dose, single strain probiotics provide effective benefits for IBS symptoms. With 2 billion Culture Forming Units (CFUs) of Lactobacillus Acidophilus per serving, these microorganisms work to support a healthy gut microbiome for optimal digestion and reduced bloating after meals.
CoQ10 is essential for mitochondrial function and energy generation in cells. It may also protect the brain against oxidative damage and neurodegenerative decline like Alzheimers and Dementia. Some research has found it may even reduce the frequency of migraines.
Magnesium is essential for over 300 enzymatic reactions in the body and plays a vital role in brain signalling to support memory formation, learning and brain development. With roughly 50% of the population with low levels of Magnesium, this can have negative impacts on sleep, cognition and nerve functions.
Tyrosine plays an important role in the production of neurotransmitters. Supplementing with L-Tyrosine has been shown to improve mental alertness, attention and focus.
Valerian root is a natural sedative and clinically proven to help reduce the time it takes to fall asleep, while impoving sleeep quality.
Coconut water is a natural source of electrolytes. This replaces the minerals lost through perspiration during intense exercise. Depleted electrolytes can cause muscular fatigue, cramping, poor heat regulation.
Blueberries contain polyphenols, in particular anthocyanins that have been associated with improved cardiovascular health, and may protect against oxidative stress and DNA damage.
Mushroom myconutrients found in Reishi are immunoregulatory and may provide benefits to your body's immune system and its ability to fight off infection. Reishi mushrooms are also a good source of beta-glucans shown to regulate blood cholesterol levels and may lower the risk of heart disease. Last but not least, its adaptogenic properties also work to rebalance hormone levels and may improve your body's ability to cope with stress.
Peppermint naturally relaxes muscles and also has some antibacterial properties perfect for keeping your mouth fresh while you sleep.
Rhodiola Rosea Root is an adaptogen that can decrease cortisol levels to reduce the body's response to stress and anxiety. Studies have shown it may improve performance in stressful situations.
Bacopa Monnieri is an adaptogen and nootropic that has been shown to be effective at lowering anxiety and improving memory formation as well as cognition. Studies have revealed that despite requiring 4-6 weeks to see an effect, Bacopa reliably improved memory in both healthy adults as well as subjects experiencing cognitive decline.
Catechins found in green tea have been found to increase exercise-induced weight loss and greater reduction in visceral fat. Paired with lemon increases catechin absorption by up to 13x, significantly improving its effect.
An amino acid found in green tea, L-theanine has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety and combat insomnia.
The leaves of the Moringa tree are one of the most nutritionally dense food sources on earth, with over 90 different nutrients and antioxidants. Packing in 4x the amount of iron as spinach, 4x the calcium as milk and 4x the Vitamin A as a carrot, it is a true superfood in every sense of the word. Paired together with Baobab in Body, allows for improved absorption of non-heme iron via its naturally high Vitamin C content. This can help to reduce symptoms of tiredness and fatigue.
Increases serotonin levels in the body, which is also a precursor to Melatonin which is what you naturally produce throughout the day to fall asleep.