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We began with a goal: unite the most effective complex of complementary stress-melting, mind-opening, uplifting, naturally-occurring extracts currently available into one blissfully perfect capsule.

We knew our aim was true when our test capsules proved so pure and potent that we felt the tension and angst of modern life melt away.

Introducing our latest capsule crafted with a synergistic blend of nine powerful ingredients to help get you through all that life has in store: meet CalmLift. Each capsule contains a precise combination of carefully curated extracts and compounds to lift you into a tranquil state of mind.

CalmLift Benefits and Uses

CalmLift is a unique product designed to promote relaxation and reduce stress in today’s fast-paced world. This innovative supplement combines natural ingredients known for their individually unique properties to help you unwind and find your inner peace. Whether you’re dealing with a hectic work schedule, challenging hardships, seeking to reconnect with friends and loved ones within an authentic, stress free emotional space – or simply looking to enhance your overall well-being, CalmLift offers a wellspring of radiant serenity to help you navigate life’s complications with ease.

The synergistic puissance of selective and superior ingredients in this sophisticated blend come together for the smooth delivery of a shift in cognition that transcends the lesser sensations. All of the ingredients in our new CalmLift capsules are rigorously HPLC-tested to ensure their purity and efficacy. 

Scientific Consensus

No clinical studies have been performed on this supplement stack. We have used our many years of experience in the fields of biochemistry, human physiology, and dietary supplements to formulate what we believe to be the ideal supplement stack for gently boosting mental and physical energy. Do not exceed the recommended serving size.

Due to the number of ingredients, this product is likely NOT SUITABLE to be used alongside prescription medication and during pregnancy. To avoid potentially dangerous drug interactions, please ensure that you consult with your doctor before using this supplement stack if taking any medication. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult your physician if you have any underlying medical issues.

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As a dietary supplement, take 1 - 3 capsules up to twice per day. Start with the lowest single cap serving size first to assess your response. If consuming more than 1 capsule, DO NOT drive or combine with alcohol.

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 1 Capsule (Optionally, up to 3 Capsules)
Servings per container:
Amount per serving: % DV

Shoden® Ashwangandha Leaf and Root Extract
Withania somnifera
≥35% Withanolides

36mg

Noble Kava Root Extract
Piper methysticum
≥70% Kavalactones, <1% Flavokavains

96mg

Amanita Fruiting Body Extract
Amanita muscaria
≥1% Muscimol, <0.1% Ibotenic Acid

36mg

Oleamide

36mg

NALT (N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine)

24mg

Magnolia Bark Extract
Magnolia officinalis
≥98% Honokiol

36mg

TAU (Triacetyluridine)

24mg

Rhodiola Root Extract
Rhodiola rosea
≥5% Rosavins, ≥3% Salidroside

24mg

Gastrodia Root Extract
Gastrodia elata
≥98% Gastrodin

36mg
Size 0 Vegan Pullulan Capsules
Do not take this or any other supplement, and instead consult doctor about use, if you are under the age of 18, pregnant or breastfeeding, taking prescription or OTC / nonprescription drugs, or if you have any known or suspected medical conditions.
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Free from additives and fillers
Gluten Free
HPLC Lab tested
Money back guarantee
Non-GMO
Science backed
Vegan

Scientifically Tailored Ingredients

Shoden ashwagandha root and leaf extract is sustainably grown, harvested, and processed in farms located in southwestern India using natural fertilizers and pesticides only. The ashwagandha plant is harvested at peak potency to ensure its high bioavailability, and our highly purified extract contains ≥35% withanolide glycosides (withanolides). The plant’s positive effects on overall health have been studied extensively, having been used in traditional medicine systems for around 3,000 years for its stress-relieving qualities. Traditional uses of ashwagandha include hormone balance and immune support, though far more benefits have been uncovered in recent years. Ashwagandha is now most commonly recognized for its ability to:

* Reduce stress

* Improve sleep

* Boost cognitive function

Our CO2 supercritical extracted Kavalactone concentrate, derived from Vanuatu-grown kava is standardized to ≥30+% Kavalactones, and has been verified to be produced solely from high-quality food grade roots, and has been independently tested for noble profile based on kavalactone chemotype.

Special cultivars of the Kava plant have been propagated for ceremonial and social purposes across Polynesia over centuries dating back to prehistory, when the plant was first spread widely by the seafaring Lapita people to numerous far-flung islands of the Pacific Ocean. The root of the Kava plant continues to be used traditionally in Pacific Ocean cultures of Polynesia, including Hawaii, Vanuatu, Melanesia, and some parts of Micronesia – where the root of the plant is macerated to yield a milky water-based emulsion of its active ingredients (the kavalactones) and consumed as a ceremonial drink, imbuing its users with a combination of prosocial, sedative, analgesic, and energizing / euphoric inebriating properties.

In modern times, Kava is now also consumed internationally beyond its original Pacific Ocean cultural use, both in its traditional beverage form, and as a dietary supplement for its mood-uplifting yet relaxing and stress-easing properties.

There are six major kavalactones occurring in the roots of the Kava plant, along with many minor kavalactones. The primary kavalactones comprise Kavain, Methysticin, and their dihydro counterparts (DHK and DHM), and Yangonin and its desmethoxy counterpart (DMY).

A noble variety Kava plant typically takes 3-5 years to reach maturity, at which point the whole Kava plant is often harvested and the desirable root segments are selected for sun drying. Aerial parts or improperly dried roots have lower concentrations of kavalactones and may also contain hepatotoxic compounds – thus careful harvesting and drying of the plant and selection of only the desirable root parts is required to produce a safe, high-quality Kava extract.

Do not drive or operate heavy machinery if intoxicated on Kava.

* Mood Booster
* Stress Reduction
* Pro-social Tonic
* Cognitive Support

Amanita muscaria, often referred to as fly agaric, is a mushroom native to wet regions of the northern hemisphere, and is identified by its large, red cap with white detail. Its earliest recorded use in history can be traced back to around 10,000 years ago in ancient Sanskrit texts.
The active compound in amanita muscaria, muscimol, binds to GABA receptors to improve mood and promote sleep and relaxation. While further studies are needed to confirm additional benefits, evidence suggests that is consumed in large quantities, muscimol may be toxic.

– Promotes sleep
– Improves mood
– Induces relaxation

Oleamide is a naturally occurring derivative of oleic acid (found in olive oil) which has calming, mood lifting, and sleep and appetite promoting effects.

– Calming & Stress Reducing
– Uplifts Mood
– Promotes Healthy Sleep

NALT (N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine) is an acetylated form of the essential amino acid L-Tyrosine which has an additional active compound; acetic acid. The acetic acid within NALT helps to increase the bioavailability of the contained L-Tyrosine when taken orally as a supplement.

NALT has a wide variety of very powerful health benefits. NALT improves the biosynthesis of norepinephrine and dopamine which is known to maintain a healthy mood, reduce stress and sharpen cognition & memory. NALT may also indirectly support a healthy libido and remove harmful metals (such as mercury) from the body.

– Improves Cognition
– Sharpens Memory
– Boosts Focus & Energy Levels

Honokiol is a highly active polyphenol compound found in Magnolia officinalis (also known as Magnolia Bark) and is known to hold a wide variety of powerful benefits. Studies indicate that Honokiol can be used as a powerful antioxidant and can promote healthy cognition as well as a healthy sense of relaxation.

– Improves Brain Health
– Promotes Relaxation
– Powerful Antioxidant

Triacetyluridine is a naturally-occurring compound and precursor to the nucleoside Uridine (pictured to the left). Uridine plays an important role in cellular signaling, and supports both CDP-Choline and dopamine levels in the brain. For this reason, Triacetyluridine is becoming a sought after dietary supplement for its perceived effect in boosting cognitive function, memory and mood.

– Promotes Healthy Memory and Cognition
– Potent Neuroprotective Benefits
– Supports a Positive Mood

Rhodiola rosea is an herbal extract used as an ingredient in dietary supplement products. It is said to prevent stress and fatigue, while also acting as a powerful antioxidant and to improve cognitive performance.

– Balances Stress
– Boosts Cognition
– Powerful Antioxidant

Gastrodia elata extract has long been used in traditional medicine to treat a wide variety of symptoms and conditions. The medicinal part of the plant is the root, which houses the phenolic glycoside gastrodin used in medicinal preparations.
Current research suggests that gastrodin may be useful in managing neurological issues, though further research is needed to confirm these results. In supplement form, Gastrodia elata extract is often used for its anxiolytic properties.

– Reduce stress
– Improve cognition
– Support healthy circulation

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