Brainiac Chai, our brand new Coconut Chai Think Drink with lions mane and rhodiola will help you get more done and feel amazing while doing it.
What if a delicious drink was fast and easy on the go AND fed your brain at the same time? We spend so much of our time and energy on maintaining a desirable figure and complexion, enviable lifestyle and the perfect career, but have we thought much about giving some TLC to the one thing that makes this all possible? Your brain needs some love too!
Key Brainiac Benefits:
Our modern lives are hard on our brains. Constant multitasking is killing our productivity, the go-go-go has us waking up fatigued, our daily stressors make our day-to-day a grind and make it hard to remember, well, pretty much everything!
Halfway through a long day at the office, sipping a coconut chai is going to be much more appealing than popping a supplement or guzzling a red bull. Plus, the new single serve format makes this all possible on-the-go. Whether you’re busy building your career, trying to make that study period super productive or stepping into an anxiety-inducing meeting, we want to make the healthy choice easy.
Taking on life’s challenges doesn’t mean leaving valuable nourishment for your brain on the table.
The combination of mushrooms and herbs in Brainiac Chai work synergistically to help you get fully present and in the moment, quickly and effectively.
Future Proofing Your Brain
Lion's mane is a functional mushroom that looks like a fluffy lion's mane. Lion's mane has been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine and by Buddhist monks before meditation.
Key Benefits [1,2]:
The Trifecta Booster - Physical, Mental & Emotional
Rhodiola is a plant native to Siberia that grows best in arctic climates and cold mountainous regions. Rhodiola was commonly used by the Vikings to enhance mental and physical endurance.
Key Benefits [3,4,5]:
That All Natural Blissful Feeling
Mucuna pruriens is a tropical legume known also as the "velvet bean". It has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine. Mucuna has a high concentration of the amino acid L-dopa, a precursor to dopamine.
Key Benefits :
Whisk into your morning matcha.
Stir into tea or coffee.
Mix with hot water.
Add to your latte.
Blend into your elixir.
Swirl into your yogurt.
Sprinkle onto oatmeal.
Add the hot water to your blender. For safety, do not use boiling water in your blender. Add mct oil and coconut butter then all your powders. Blend on high for 30 seconds.
Prefer a latte instead? Swap out the hot water and coconut butter for 12 oz of your favourite milk. We like oat, almond, cashew or hemp.
By using matcha in this recipe, you get the calming and focus benefits of the l-theanine found in matcha.
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$20 CAD per box
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or Health Canada. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information above is not a substitute for medical advice and anyone with serious concerns about their health should consult an appropriate healthcare professional.
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