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Siberian ginseng is a woodland root plant from Eastern Asia, China, Japan, and Russia. It is a relative of the familiar red ginseng, but not a TRUE ginseng. Utilized in traditional Chinese medicine since 190 AD, Siberian ginseng is an adaptogen, aiding the body to manage stress and restore balance.


It is also may be beneficial to heart health, kidney function, and blood pressure regulation, as it contains eleutherosides that have anti-stress and anti-inflammatory abilities.

This powdery extract can also be added to smoothies or juices. Storing in a cool, dry, dark location using an airtight container is advised, but it doesn't require refrigeration.


For safety, we recommend consulting with a healthcare practitioner before using any herbal products, especially if you're pregnant, nursing, or on medication.

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Botanical Name: Eleutherococcus senticosus

• Origin: China

• Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free

Goji Berry

Goji berries, are processed into a nutritious powder through juicing fully ripened, vibrant red berries, and subsequently spray drying them. The berries offer a rich nutritional profile, containing abundant protective antioxidants, vital vitamins, trace minerals, and polysaccharides.


Traditionally, they have been associated with nourishing the heart and eyes, and contributing to vitality and longevity in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Hence, these berries are considered tonifying.

The powder adds a tasty flavour to smoothies, raw fudge or chocolate, sodas, and desserts and can be reconstituted into juice at a 7:1 ratio. 


As with all herbal products, there's a recommendation to consult with a healthcare practitioner before use, especially for pregnant, nursing individuals, or those on medications.

ant or nursing individuals or those on medications.

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Botanical Name: Lycium barbarum 

• OrIgin: India

• Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free

Holy Basil

Holy Basil, an herb largely utilized in Ayurvedic medicine, is valued for its benefits to immune health and various therapeutic properties. It belongs to the mint family and stands out with its purple stem and green, mature leaves.


Known for its mellow flavour, holy basil leaves are commonly steeped as tea or used in herbal infusions and powdered, it can be added to smoothies, drinks and food.

This plant, considered sacred in India, has been cherished for thousands of years, making it central to holistic Ayurvedic medicine.


Holy Basil could offer protection against infection, reduction in blood sugar and cholesterol levels, alleviation of joint pain, and stomach protection. Today, holy basil remains a cherished fixture in many homes for its invaluable health contributions.

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Botanical Name: Ocimum Tenuforium 

• Origin: China

• Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free


Maca gelatinized powder, sometimes called Peruvian Ginseng, undergoes a process where the dried root is boiled to eliminate starch for increased digestibility. The result is a rich concentrate full of bioavailable nutrients. This root  has been cultivated in Peru by native people for over 2000 years. Thriving under harsh conditions at high elevations, it forms a sustainable income source for subsistence farmers practicing traditional agriculture.

Modern usage sees it added to smoothies, energy bars, and raw desserts. Bountiful in minerals, essential fatty acids, lipids, fiber, carbohydrates, protein, sterols, and amino acids, Maca is valued as an adaptogen, helping the body acclimate to environmental stress. It's also reputed to promote sexual health in both genders by balancing hormones and enhancing fertility. Athletes appreciate Maca for its energy-boosting abilities, enhancing endurance and stamina striving for peak performance, reminiscent of Incan warriors who reportedly consumed Maca to fuel their legendary strength for battle.

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Botanical Name: Lepidium meyenii

• Origin: Peru/Ecuador

• Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free


The revered Reishi mushroom has a rich history in China, playing a significant role in Traditional Chinese Medicine and appearing in many works of art. Our Reishi is grown using wood log cultivation in shade houses.


Scientific studies show Reishi's many active compounds, including potent immunity-boosting beta-(1>3)-glucans and sets Reishi apart with its significant amount of secondary metabolites, triterpenoids.

Widely implemented in nutraceuticals, dietary and nutritional supplements, mushroom extracts have a myriad of uses. They are a frequent ingredient in food products, including energy bars, beverages, sauces, chocolates, teas, and coffee substitutes.


AdaptDaily exclusively uses 100% organic fruiting bodies, rigorously tested and guaranteed for active compounds, in contrast to US lab-grown Reishi, grown on grain, which has been found to have lower levels of beta-glucan, non-detectable triterpenoids, and high levels of starch.

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Botanical Name: Ganoderma Lucidium

• Origin: China

• Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free


Rhodiola is a popular adaptogenic herb, historically used in Europe and Asia for its health benefits, including alleviating stress and supporting adrenal function.  With recent over harvesting due to its popularity, efforts are being made globally for its sustainable cultivation.

The medicinal use of Rhodiola dates back to 77 C.E., in the ancient text 'De Materia Medica' by Greek physician Dioscorides. The root, also known as 'golden root', has been used in traditional medicine for centuries in regions like Russia, Scandinavia, Tibet, and China where it was believed to nourish chi and promote circulation. Some studies support its efficacy, and despite Rhodiola being a revered herb in these cultures for centuries, its recognition in the West is relatively recent.


The herb is sweet and slightly bitter, with a cooling energy attributed to the species' variance. Despite its long history of use, we advise consultation with a healthcare practitioner before consumption, especially for those pregnant.

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Botanical Name: Rhodiola Rosea

• Origin: China

• Organic, Vegan, Gluten-Free

Please be aware that the information available on this webpage is for educational objectives explicitly and has not undergone evaluations by the CFIA or FDA. This information is neither meant to diagnose nor treat, cure, or prevent any diseases. It's also important to note that this product shares packaging facilities with peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens.

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