Calm is a bio-fermented elixir, packed full of antioxidant-rich goji berries and stress-modulating ashwagandha, rhodiola, passionflower and lemon balm.
Get your daily hit of probiotics, antioxidants and gut-loving goodness with a delicious glass of Calm. Its the perfect substitute to soft drink and alcohol that not only tastes great, it also restores wellbeing, replacing ‘fight or flight’ with a calming ‘rest and digest’ response. Calm contains prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics. Your gut will thank you.
How to enjoy:
Mix 15ml with a glass of water or sparkling water. Can be poured over cereals, blended into smoothies, or get creative and make your own mocktail!
Goji Berries - Rich in copper, iron, selenium and zinc. In addition they provide 11 essential amino acids.Goji berries may boost energy levels, may help boost immune function, may help prevent glycation and therefore slow down the ageing process.
Passionflower - It is said to have a calming effect and has been used to manage stress, aid sleep and may calm anxiety and manage hot flushes in menopausal women.
Lemonbalm - Traditionally been used to improve mood, anxiety, stress and ease digestive issues. It may have a calming and sedative effect.
Rhodiola Rosea -Often used as an “adaptogen”, to help the body adapt to and resist physical, chemical, and environmental stress. It may help anxiety and stress.
Elderberry - Rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C and are an excellent source of fibre. Elderberries have been used for centuries as a remedy for cold and flu.
Curcuma Longa - Curcumin inhibits an anti-inflammatory action. It is used for gastrointestinal problems, inflammatory conditions, even for hot flushes, night sweats and mood swings.
Made in Australia from imported and local ingredients.
Check with your health care professional before starting Calm if you have any health conditions or using medication.
Do not use licorice if you are taking warfarin or blood thinners, oestrogen medication, medication to address potassium levels or medication for kidney or liver disease, check with your health care provider before using licorice.
Licorice root has been shown to interact with several medications, including
- blood pressure medications
- blood thinners
- cholesterol lowering medications, including statins
- oestrogen-based contraceptives
- nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
Individuals with high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, kidney disease, or low potassium levels are encouraged to avoid glycyrrhizin-containing licorice products altogether.
Pregnant and breastfeeding women, and those with kidney disease, heart disease, or high blood pressure should avoid licorice products.
People with any of these concerns or taking any of these medications should avoid licorice root products unless their healthcare provider instructs otherwise.
Goji berries may interact with some medication. If you take warfarin, you may want to avoid them. Goji berries may interact with diabetes and blood pressure medication, so it is advised that you consult your health professional prior to consumption.
If you are on blood pressure medication do not take passionflower. Passionflower may increase the amount of time blood needs to clot, so it could make the effects of blood-thinning medications stronger and increase the risk of bleeding. Do not take passionflower with medications that cause drowsiness. If you are pregnant consult your health care professional.
Lemon balm may cause drowsiness so do not take with sedative medication. Lemon balm may cause blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Do not use lemon balm when taking thyroid medication without contacting your health care professional.