When you can’t pick one, pick all, our blend of mushrooms and herbs are formulated to help you keep calm and carry on and invigorate the mind, body, and spirit. Adaptogens may stimulate your body's stress-protection response and return systems to homeostasis.

Steady Mushrooms: Adaptogen Blend

  • Lion’s Mane Mushroom: Hericium erinaceus, commonly known as lion’s mane, is another mushroom thought to offer adaptogenic effects. Rodent studies have shown that lion’s mane extract may help reverse stress-related changes to neurotransmitters, including dopamine and serotonin. It may also reduce levels of the inflammatory markers interleukin 6 (IL-6) and tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-α), which increase in response to stress. 

  • Cordyceps Mushroom: Cordyceps, like other adaptogens, assists the body in creating and maintaining balance during times of stress. It directly influences how our cells make ATP, the body’s energy currency, and enhances oxygen utilization. This medicinal mushroom was in the limelight during the Chinese National Games in 1993, when a group of women athletes broke nine world records, explaining that they had been taking Cordyceps regularly. It has been previously reported that Cordyceps also enhances physical stamina making it very useful for the elderly people and athletes.

  • Ginseng: As an adaptogen, ginseng enhances physical performance, promotes vitality, and resists against stress and aging via immunomodulatory (including both immunostimulatory and immunosuppressive) and neuromodulatory effects, as well as vaso modulatory effects (e.g., regulating vascular endothelial tone and blood pressure). 

  • Rhodiola: Is promoted to increase energy, stamina, strength, and mental capacity, improve athletic performance, resist the effects of stress, and help manage depression, anxiety, and other symptoms. One study done on 100 subjects with prolonged or chronic fatigue symptoms, found that the greatest change was observed after 1 week of treatment. The fatigue symptoms continued to decline further, with statistically significant improvement at week 8.

  • Ginger: The unique fragrance and flavor of ginger come from its natural oils, the most important of which is gingerol. Gingerol is the main bioactive compound in ginger. It’s responsible for much of ginger’s medicinal properties. Gingerol has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, according to research. For instance, it may help reduce oxidative stress, which is the result of having an excess amount of free radicals in the body 

  • Ashwagandha: It has a long list of possible health benefits. Research studies have indicated that Ashwagandha is particularly useful for reducing anxiety, relieving insomnia and stress-induced depression. While we are still unsure exactly how Ashwagandha works within the body, we know that it can reduce cortisol levels. Cortisol is known as the "stress hormone." Elevated cortisol levels cause many of the health problems associated with chronic stress including increased weight gain, blood pressure, cholesterol, heart disease, interfere with learning and memory, lower immune function and bone density. 

  • Holy Basil: An Ayurvedic herb from India and is called the “elixir of anti-aging.” In Ayurveda, this super herb is used to treat a variety of general ailments. Recent medical research has revealed that it is useful for liver protection, immunity, general antioxidant activity and reducing the effects of stress on the body. Researchers in New Delhi found that healthy adults who took 300 mg of an ethanolic extract of Holy Basil leaves per day for four weeks were able to increase the cells of their immune system.

  • Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) is a water-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in many foods, added to others, and available as a dietary supplement. Several studies have demonstrated an association between vitamin B6 and brain function in the elderly. For example, an analysis of data from the Boston Normative Aging Study found associations between higher serum vitamin B6 concentrations and better memory test scores in 70 men aged 54–81 years. 

  • Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) is a man-made form of vitamin B12 used to prevent and treat low blood levels of this vitamin. Most people get enough vitamin B12 from their diet. Vitamin B12 is important to maintain the health of your metabolism, blood cells, and nerves.