Lion’s Mane mushrooms are known to improve memory, boost concentration and support cognitive function. Lift the morning fog.
This wonderfully weird looking mushroom acts to sustain energy and enhance athletic performance by increasing oxygen uptake and aerobic capacity. Oh, and it's known to boost libido and support adrenals.
Considered the Queen of Mushrooms, this shady lady has been used for thousands of years to support and balance hormones, allowing your body to relax and recover during the night, as nature intended.
Chaga acts as the ultimate adaptogen for your immune system and is one of the highest antioxidant foods in the world.
Combining the benefits of several functional mushrooms delivers what is known as an entourage effect, which amplifies their benefits. (Kinda like Vinny Chase was nothing without his Entourage…)
The slow-release caffeine in matcha is uniquely different than that of coffee, creating a smoother energy boost without crash or jitters. One cup of matcha provides the same antioxidants, L-theanine, Vitamin C, carotene, Vitamin B12, and Vitamin B6 as TEN CUPS of regular green tea. Bonus: matcha also acts as a probiotic for your gut.
Fun fact: oat milk contains more calcium than cow's milk--as if you needed another reason to moooove away from dairy. More environmentally-friendly than nut milks and packed with beta-glucans just like our fungi friends, oat milk is a delicious and healthier way to latte.
Not to be confused with regular table salt, Himalayan Salt is a true power player, regulating water content throughout the body, and supporting respiratory and bone health.
The traditional, nutty, slightly bitter complexity that you get in the matcha latte at your favorite cafe
YUM, a matcha that tastes like matcha! and not pretend green tea extract with chlorophyll for color