Focused Mind 1oz. Tincture

Focused Mind 1oz. Tincture


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Food for thought….literally. This is a blend of adaptogens (plants that help the body adapt to stress and to exert a normalizing effect upon bodily processes) and nootropics (substances that improve cognitive function such as memory, creativity, and motivation) to feed the brain and align the crown chakra.

This elixir is considered an oxymel as it is a blend of infused vinegar and honey, giving it a “sweet and sour” flavor. Take a dropper neat, under the tongue or use as flavoring in water.

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Ingredients: Organic raw apple cider vinegar, organic gotu kola, organic ashwagandha root, organic ginkgo biloba, organic raw local honey

Packaging: 1oz. amber glass bottle with a dropper top

GOTU KOLA // Centella asiatica // alterative, anti-inflammatory, nervine, trophorestorative, vulnerary, diuretic, adaptogen, antipyretic, cardiotonic, immune stimulant, thyroid stimulant //awakens and aligns the crown chakra, helping to balance the left and right hemispheres of the brain. it is said to increase longevity and memory. increased neuronal branching and improvement in free radical scavenging activity which makes it helpful for improving cognition and memory. supports mental clarity and focus.

ASHWAGHANDHA // Withania somnifera // adaptogen, sedative, tonic, immunomodulant, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, nervine, antispasmodic // soothing, gentle nerving to help reduce anxiety and fatigue in order to help one stay focused. tension reduction over time can lead to more restful/productive sleep cycles. studies have shown that it appears to improve auditory-verbal working memory, reaction time, and social cognition.

GINKGO // Ginkgo biloba // antioxidant, anticoagulant, antithrombotic, tissue perfusion enhancer, circulatory stimulant, nootropic, anti-inflammatory // improves circulation in the brain. been shown to enhance the memory and cognitive function. sharpens mental focus in part by improving the synthesis and turnover of neurotransmitters, and normalizing ACh receptors in the hippocampus


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