The Gut Lab
known to naturally improve concentration + memory / learning ability / increase blood flow to the brain / reduce cortisol levels + inflammation / support adrenals / lessen symptoms of leaky gut, depression, fatigue
lab notes | add a quarter to half a teaspoon to tea, smoothies, dressings, or soups
ingredients | (lion’s mane mushroom extract, turmeric root, ashwagandha root, gingko biloba, black pepper)*, love. *organic powder
lion’s mane: this mushroom is as fierce as they come when it comes to vibrant health. known for it’s unique neuroprotective capabilities, lion’s mane has been used to help improve cognitive function as it is said to increase the amount of NGF (nerve growth factor) in the brain, which may help reduce inflammation, encourage neural growth, + improve overall brain health. it may also provide relief from anxiety, fatigue + symptoms of depression. it has also been used to assist detoxification, regulate blood sugar levels, + support the immune system.
turmeric root: traditionally used as a powerful anti-inflammatory, + known to increase antioxidant capacity of the body, helping to fight free radicals. this in turn may assist in preventing neurodegenerative disease, + may help support those with common digestive issues, joint pain, + symptoms of depression.
ashwagandha: for thousands of years, this revered ancient plant has been used to help relieve stress, increase energy + brain function, + reduce cortisol levels. it may help to reduce overall inflammation, cholesterol, blood glucose levels + symptoms of depression. ashwagandha is also said to assist in boosting libido, fertility, + increasing strength. now that's incredible.
ginkgo biloba: ginkgo has been used as a powerful antioxidant + free radical scavenger. this powerful leaf may decrease inflammation, especially in those with arthritis or digestive issues. it may help improve circulation + blood flow (especially to the brain) which in turn may support cardiovascular + brain health. as if that’s not enough- ginkgo has also been shown to help reduce symptoms of anxiety + stress.
black pepper: it is known as being antibacterial in nature which may in turn relieve symptoms of coughs + colds. black pepper has also been used to stimulate digestion + support intestinal health. what’s more, it may also increase the bioavailability of curcumin which is known to be the active compound found in turmeric. now that’s nothing to sneeze at!
nt. wt. 40g [1.4oz]
lion’s mane: 100% fruiting body, sustainably grown on natural substrates
caution + warnings | not for use while pregnant, if breastfeeding consult with a practitioner prior to use. made in a facility that may also handle eggs, wheat, tree nuts, + peanuts