Ingredients

Frankincense - Frankincense is the resin (sap) obtained from Boswellia trees. It been used for centuries by traditional cultures to cure stress and anxiety, modern day studies have back up these claims. A recent study also found it can enhance one's immune system.

Reishi mushroom extract - Reishi mushroom extract works by improving the function of the adrenal glands, the part of the brain that produces stress responses, hence where the term adaptogen comes from. Adaptogens increase our ability to adapt which lowers production of stress hormones. Reishi mushroom extract is not oil soluble, this is why you must shake EXHALE prior to use because it will settle to the bottom. 

Holy Basil - Holy basil, a spicy herb native to Southeast Asia, works in conjunction with Frankincense and reishi extract as an adaptogen—a natural substance with pharmacological properties that aid the body as it works to cope with stress and achieve a harmonious mental balance.

L-Theanine - L-Theanine is an amino acid derived from green tea. It has been widely studied for its anti-anxiety and stress reducing properties as well as its ability to support a focused state. 

Vitamin B-6 - Vitamin B-6 is an important for brain development and for maintaining a healthy nervous and immune system. While many fish and poultry contain high levels of B-6, ours is derived from vegetables.

MCT oil made from organic coconuts - MCT stands for Medium-chain triglycerides, which are fatty acids that are an inert source of energy easily metabolized by the body. We use it because it's a good carrier for hemp and other extracts to bind and enter our blood stream. 

Broad spectrum hemp oil Broad-spectrum means that the CBD products contain various other compounds from the cannabis plant, such as terpenes like limonene, but contains 0% THC, meaning it will not make you high. The reason why we prefer broad spectrum over CBD isolate is because broad-spectrum produces a heightened effects because the additional compounds work together producing what's called an entourage effect. 

 

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