We only use the finest ingredients nature has to offer. Always responsibly sourced and organic where we can.


Ashwagandha is one of the few non-stimulating adaptogens.  It improves the body’s resistance to stress and can help to maintain mental balance. 

Our ashwagandha comes from pure ground root, with nothing added, as has been used by herbalists through the ages.


Lion’s Mane

Lion’s Mane is a beautiful mushroom that gets its name from its resemblance to the mane of a lion.  It has been referred to as ‘Nature’s nutrient for the neurons’ owing to its capacity to stimulate the production of Nerve Growth Factor, which is crucial to the healthy functioning of the nervous system.

Our Lion’s mane is an organic blend of biomass and extracts to ensure optimum levels of all active constituents including terpenes and polysaccharides.



Chaga, in common with many other medicinal mushrooms, is noted for its effect on the immune system as well as being antioxidant and anti inflammatory.  It contains naturally occurring B complex vitamins and vitamin D.  

To ensure best effect we use organically grown Chaga that has been extracted in hot water, as done traditionally.



Reishi was known as the ‘mushroom of immortality’ because of its use in China to strengthen the heart, improve cognition and prolong life.

We use only the highest quality dual extracted organic reishi to ensure a perfect balance of polysaccharides and terpenes.



Astragalus is an adaptogen that is used by herbalists primarily for its immune-stimulating properties.  Considered the ‘leader’ of the tonic herbs, it is often used to keep infection at bay as well as to support the system as a whole.



Liquorice has a long history of use as both food and medicine.  Dioscorides (c. 40 - 90 C.E.) mentions liquorice in his book De Materia Medica where he cites it as being useful for burning stomach and issues with the throat, liver and kidneys.  Today herbalists use Liquorice to maintain energy levels, support the immune system and as a demulcent to soothe the digestive and respiratory tracts. 


Holy Basil

Holy Basil is an Ayurvedic Rasayana – a herb that promotes long life.  It was believed to help maintain balance in the body and nourish perfect health.  It has significant antioxidant properties and is used by herbalists to enhance mental clarity and promote calm.

Our Holy basil is organic.



Used by the Vikings to enhance mental and physical endurance, Rhodiola has been linked to improvements in muscle strength, speed of limb movement, reaction time and attention span. Grown at high altitudes where it must withstand low oxygen levels, it’s regularly used to improve oxygen use in humans. 



Also known as Asian ginseng or Korean ginseng, has a long history of use in Asian medicine as one of the great tonic herbs. Used to restore depleted qi or energy, it was believed to calm and strengthen the mind, pacify the soul and prolong life.  

Both red and white ginseng are produced from the same species of ginseng.  As a result of differences in processing methods, the two types of ginseng have quite different profiles in terms of ginsenosides and polysaccharides.  We include both in our products to ensure the best balance of components and the highest level of efficacy.



Cordyceps is a medicinal mushroom which was, before cultivation, so rare that it was reserved for use of the emperor of ancient China and his family alone.  In more recent times herbalists use Cordyceps to support immune, kidney and liver function as well as helping with fatigue.  It is reputed to have helped Chinese athletes to improve their performance in both swimming competitions and track events.

Our Cordyceps is cultivated and is a combination of biomass with hot water extract to ensure optimum efficacy.


Stinging Nettle Seed

Nettle seed, although not yet classified as an adaptogen, is native to the UK and used by Western Medical Herbalists to reduce tiredness and fatigue. Nettle seed also helps to support both kidney function and the body’s vitality, making it a valuable addition to our ingredients list.



One of the nine sacred herbs of the Anglo-Saxons and dedicated to the sun god, Ra, by the Egyptians, Chamomile has been a well-loved and significant herb across cultures for thousands of years. Traditionally used to promote calm and relaxation, it has been used extensively to reduce tension throughout the mind and body.



One of the most recognisable culinary herbs in the world, it also has incredible beneficial qualities. It’s a powerful nootropic that can support cognitive function, mood, anxiety, and memory. It’s also been used by herbalists through the ages as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent.


Lemon Balm

At once calming and uplifting, Lemon Balm is a lemony-scented member of the mint family. This fragrant herb has been shown to improve cognitive function and reduce agitation in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer's and has been used to ease pain and digestive discomfort.


Gotu Kola

Both calming and restorative, Gotu Kola is a nootropic, functional herb and Rasayana. It’s well-loved among both ancient Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for enhancing mental health and improving cognitive function.



Delicious, aromatic, and (most importantly) long used to encourage a restful night’s sleep. Originally grown in the Moluccan islands of Indonesia, Nutmeg has been used for centuries in Ayurveda to help with sleep. It is a rich source of antioxidants and is often prepared in a milky drink before bed.



Possibly the most beautiful ingredient we use, Passionflower has been used in Europe as a tea to help provide restful sleep since its introduction from the Americas in the 17th century. The plant is traditionally used to aid restful sleep by calming the mind and nervous system.


Acerola Cherry

Our Acerola Cherry powder is a rich source of natural vitamin C, which is well-known for its immune system support as well as benefits for collagen formation, metabolism, and the reduction of stress and fatigue.



A natural source of minerals and trace elements, Seagreens is rich in iodine. This aids your metabolism as well as helping to maintain normal digestion, skin, thyroid, nervous system, and cognitive function. Seagreens itself is a dried fine powder of wrack seaweeds.


Echinacea Root

Originally from the Native Tribes of America, Echinacea is a favourite for many Western herbalists. Best known for its beneficial effects on the immune system, it is traditionally used to relieve cold and flu symptoms as well as protect the skin from oxidative stress.


Yarrow Herb

Commonly found across the UK, herbalists use Yarrow to enhance blood circulation and as a diaphoretic (a herb that induces perspiration). A healing herb, traditionally used across Europe as a poultice to relieve pain, Yarrow also contains flavonoids which may help digestion as well as ease stomach pain and menstrual cramps.


Cinnamon Bark

As well as having a very comforting smell, reminding many of winter and the festive season, Cinnamon has been used by herbalists through the ages to enhance circulation, warm the body, and help with digestion. Active compounds in Cinnamon are reported to have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antimicrobial effects.