Do you have a stressful and demanding life? Avoid the classic overstimulation that can be caused when you consume too much caffeine. A cup of coffee with adaptogenic herbs and functional mushrooms will definitely do you good. However actively you spend your time, this extraordinary coffee will help you replenish energy and maintain a clear head, alertness and balance.
The Ashwagandha & Chaga Adaptogen Coffee Mix is a good aid to help you stay calm during difficult times.
Who can enjoy this drink?
- people under stress who desire inner peace
- everyone who needs to cope with the demands of everyday life with peace of mind
- those who lack energy
- those who want to support their body
5 INGREDIENTS IN THE DELICIOUS
This premium instant coffee belongs to the deliciously mild 100% Arabica variety. The beans are processed very carefully after harvesting. After roasting and cooking the beans, the coffee is concentrated by evaporation and at the end it is dried by spraying into a clean instant pot. This guarantees a classic, strong flavour of the coffee with a strong and fruity note.
The coffee is regularly tested by the winemakers with a result of zero pesticide content. External laboratory tests for mycotoxin content are continuously carried out to ensure that the amount of mycotoxins is kept to a minimum. It is therefore a product of the highest quality.
It contains 50 mg of caffeine per serving.
2) Ashwagandha/Vitamin of Snodar (200 mg)
Snodar vitamin or ashwagandha is known as one of the most popular herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. Thanks to its adaptogenic properties, it helps the body adapt to physical and mental stress. Consumption of this herb contributes to the vitality of the body and mental health. This plant is also useful for its antioxidant properties.
3) Eleuthero / Siberian Frankincense
Eleuthero or Siberian Shriner is an adaptogenic root native to Northeast Asia. It has been used for centuries by traditional Chinese medicine, Russian and Korean folk medicine to promote wellness, stamina and general well-being.
4) Tulsi/Basil Sacred (100 mg)
This plant, known also known as a ‘wing herb’, it has been used in Ayurveda for centuries as another adaptogenic agent. It contributes to the normal function of the respiratory and immune systems.
5) Chaga/Shrubs (100 mg)
This wood-boring fungus, paradoxically referred to as wing fungi or wood diamond, grows on birch and deciduous trees. Russian folklore has used it for hundreds of years to support physical endurance and normal immune system function.
During the Second World War in Finland, chaga was used as a substitute for the then unavailable flowers for its flavour and similar aromatic profile, and as a remedy for reducing fatigue and gaining new physical strength. And even much earlier it was made famous by the inhabitants of a Siberian village who used it as a substitute for coffee and tea, thanks to which they enjoyed unusually robust health.
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