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I have endometriosis. Do you know what kind of powder can I take to help with the pain but also the digestion?

Hi there and thank you for asking! Since we are not practitioners or herbalists and everyone's ex...

Can I combine Yin Powder with more Reishi and/or Ashwangandha? Or is the blend enough for daily use?

Hey there! Great question. Yin Power has an active amount of each ingredient so we recommend havi...

I have Sjogrens Syndrome and would like to treat it naturally without stimulating my immune system further. What would be good for this?

Hi there...thank you for writing in and sharing with us! Since we are not doctors and are not ver...

Hello! What supplements/powders would you recommend for brain health? I am specifically hoping to address a genetic proclivity for dementia/alzheimer's disease. I have heard of Lion's Mane before! But beyond that, could really use guidance. Thank you!!



We love brain-supportive adaptogens and tonic herbs. First we would like to preface our response by sharing that we are not herbalists or practitioners and reaching out to one may be best. However, based on our knowledge of the products- Lion's Mane is certainly a great one to look into but also Mucuna Pruriens. Mucuna contains 15% L-dopa, a direct precursor to dopamine and has been studied for its neuroprotective properties. Pearl is another amazing superfood to check out. Pearl is often featured as a skin tonic but additionally can be very supportive for brain health. A super brain powered tonic could include Pearl, Mucuna Pruriens and Lion's Mane!


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