BEST IN CLASS INGREDIENTS AND PROPRIETARY BLENDS
Fresh herbal and cannabis extracts made with every batch.
Made in the United States of America.
+90% active herbal ingredients in all herbal formulations.
Free of Parabens, Phthalates, or any other toxic chemicals.
Free of any allergenic ingredients.
USDA Certified cannabinoids with no artificial flavoring or ingredients.
Richly formulated to alleviate clogged pores and blockages.
Free of mineral oil, alcohol, color, and dye.
All products, from seed to shelf, rigorously tested and analyzed.
NATURAL ADAPTOGEN HERBS
HMB formulations are derived from ancient traditions and a family lineage that has been refined over centuries. Cannabinoids have a powerful synergy with adaptogen herbs to create an exponential powerhouse of healing benefits.
A Few Beneficial Effects of Adaptogens
- Antioxidant effects that inhibit free radicals from adversely affecting cell membranes
- Ability to facilitate formation of proteins
- Ability to help the body rebuild damaged muscle tissue
- Increased endurance
- Increased availability of energy throughout the day
- Reduction of stress
- Deep and restful sleep
- Greater mental alertness
- Significantly elevate recovery process after physical activity and illness
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