Necessary supplements for mind-body connection

As Naturopathic doctors, we are passionate about helping people treat the cause of their symptoms, rather than just putting a bandaid on it.

Every single ingredient we put into our supplements is thoroughly researched and tested for purity.

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How do our bodies

Become Imbalanced?


Chronic stress does not give our adrenal glands and our body the chance to recover, causing the immune system to become suppressed.

Adrenal Fatigue

If someone is continually stressed, it causes adrenal fatigue. When this sets in, the adrenals are incapable of doing their job properly which is to secrete cortisol in a 24-hour cycle. The changes in cortisol output cause anxiety, mental fog, irritability, joint pain, and blood sugar imbalances.

Poor Sleep Hygiene

At least 35% of Americans are sleep deprived. Whether it be from excessive caffeine consumption, to racing minds, or to imbalanced cortisol production. Lack of sleep at night causes a stress response the next day.


Low levels of vitamin C and B vitamins contribute to hormone imbalances that increase the effects of stress and upset sleeping patterns.

Adrenal Supportive Product

The Science Behind Zip

The ADRENAL GLANDS are two powerhouses that sit on top of the kidneys and are responsible for how we respond to STRESS.

Prolonged stress can cause the adrenals to secrete abnormal levels of cortisol. Zip is comprised with functional levels of herbal components and nutrients to support our stress response.

What goes into Zip

Introducing Our Ingredients

Panax Ginseng

(AKA Asian Ginseng)

This antioxidant has anti-inflammatory effects that helps your body overcome stress so it returns to homeostasis and increases stamina.

  • Helps the body return to homeostasis

  • Increases stamina, fights fatigue

  • Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects

B Vitamins

Together, Riboflavin-5-phosphate, calcium pantothenate, and pyridoxal 5-phosphate combine to improve cognitive and psychological function, energy levels, as well as help modulate many components of the nervous system.

  • Improves energy

  • Improves cognitive & psychological function

  • Cofactors in numerous biochemical reactions

Eleuthero Root Extract

Native to Northeastern Asia, the bark is used medicinally to help enhance recovery from stress and physical exertion as well as anti-fatigue effects and decreasing blood pressure levels.

  • Enhances recovery from stress

  • Increases performance by prolonging endurance time

  • Anti-fatigue effects

Vitamin C

(Ascorbic acid)

Secreted by our adrenal glands in times of stress, Vitamin C needs to be supplemented for its energy production, reduction of free-radicals, and cortisol stabilization.

  • Vital nutrient for health

  • Antioxidant properties

  • Helps to normalize cortisol levels

Maca Pure

Native to the Central Andes - Rich in amino acids, Maca is an energy boosting adaptogen that calms anxiety and naturally raises libido levels

  • Boosts energy and endurance

  • Improves moods

  • Support sex hormones

Holy Basil

(AKA Tulsi)

This highly revered herb protects organs and tissues from physical, chemical, metabolic, and psychological stress.

  • Promotes wellbeing and resilience

  • Modulates stress response in the body

  • Immune supportive

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Adrenal Supportive Product

The Science Behind Zen

Every year, sleep is becoming increasingly more elusive.

Our fast-paced, stressed out lives are making it hard to not only fall asleep, but stay asleep. Zen provides support in both situations, helping to calm the overactive mind and maintain restful sleep throughout the night, with ingredients chosen based on their research and the role they play in supporting the body, including the adrenals.

What goes into Zen

Introducing Our Ingredients


(as Magnesium Oxide Glycinate)

Stress itself can lead to magnesium depletion. Supplementing with magnesium helps rebalance your sympathetic and parasympathetic responses, leading to a calmer state within the body and more restful sleep.

  • Relaxes body & mind

  • Improves sleep

  • Mood-improving effects

Holy Basil

(AKA Tulsi)

This highly revered herb protects organs and tissues from physical, chemical, metabolic, and psychological stress.

  • Promotes wellbeing and resilience

  • Modulates stress response in the body

  • Immune supportive


(Sunflower Extract) (Non-soy)

Significantly diminishes the cortisol response our bodies have to physical stress and improves cognition for a more relaxed state before, during, and after a mental stressor.

  • Blunts cortisol production

  • Antioxidant

  • Relaxes mind before, during and after mental stressors


(Avena Sativa L.) (Oat Straw Extract)

Better known as wild oats, its calming power supports your nervous system through relieving worried minds and restless sleep patterns by improving your active stress response.

  • Soothes nervous system

  • Calming to the body & mind

  • Improves sleep


Helps increase dopamine and serotonin production for induced relaxation, a positive outlook, and mental alertness.

  • Non-essential amino acid

  • Calming effect without sedation

  • Supports dopamine and serotonin production

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  6. Cohen, Marc Maurice. “Tulsi - Ocimum sanctum: A herb for all reasons.” Journal of Ayurveda and integrative medicine vol. 5,4 (2014): 251-9. doi:10.4103/0975-9476.146554

About Us

Created by practicing Naturopaths, Inspired by the Modern Mom.

We listened to our clinical practice insights of our everyday patients, of moms, who like you, were feeling burnt out, lacked peace and wanted a system to help bring back that elusive balance, so we did something about it.

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