Like stimulation, but not the jitters that come with it? Here’s the answer you’ve been looking for.
Coffee is the world’s most widely used antioxidant-rich superfood, and we wanted to give people an easy upgrade for it. Thanks to our favorite medicinal mushrooms, now you can use coffee to crank up your performance and boost your metabolism, without straining your body in the process.
Four Sigmatic’s wild-crafted Siberian chaga mushrooms are carefully selected to provide premiere health support.
Offering some of the most powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory support you’ll ever find growing naturally in the wild, our chaga mushrooms reduce joint and arthritis pain, offer anti-aging support for skin and hair, and boost the immune system.
Biohacking the brain.
Lion’s Mane is an all-natural brain booster, a nootropic without side effects. It has been shown to improve memory, boost creativity, and help bolster concentration. The Nerve Growth Factors (NGF) are essential in neural health and are responsible for these effects and improvements. The active ingredients in lion’s Mane, hericenones and erinacines, are shown to stimulate NGF production in the body. These two families of cyathane derivatives are small enough to pass through the blood-brain barrier and they can also increase myelination, which ensures the clear transmission of information across synapses.
Go the extra mile … naturally
Cordyceps is an adaptogen, not a stimulant, so it helps you produce and maintain constant energy levels. Coffee can give you an energy spike, followed by a crash; cordyceps, on the other hand, helps your body produce its own long-lasting energy. A compound called cordycepin is an adenosine analogue that increases the speed of ADP (adenosine diphosphate), which transforms into ATP (adenosine triphosphate). This matters because ATPs are coenzymes that transport energy within the cells; more ATPs means more energy … and cordyceps has been shown to increase ATP levels by up to 50 percent!
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