Our Key Ingredients:
17 vitamins, minerals and nutrients


5-htp 19 mg ,  Guarana 92mg ,  Yerba Mate 10 mg ,  Green Tea Extract 2 mg ,  Calcium Pyruvate 30 mg ,  Zinc Citrate 3 mg ,  Thiamine B1 30 mg ,  B3 5 mg ,  B5 5 mg ,  B6 5 mg ,  B12 6 mg ,  Acai Berry 2 mg ,  Ginseng 5 mg ,  Riboflavin 9mg
Vitamin E 1 mg ,  Vitamin C 1mg

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Guarana is an evergreen plant of the Amazon that is found in parts of Venezuela and Brazil, The plant contains berries that have a number of health benefits, including the ability to burn fat and provide a more natural and sustained increase of energy.

Green Tea Extract

Green tea extract is the herbal by-product of the green tea leaf. Green tea is one of best plant sources of antioxidants. By weight, green tea extract has 100 times the amount of antioxidant power compared to vitamins C and E. Green tea has been used for centuries as an anti-aging secret.


5 HTP or 5-hydroxytryptophan is an intermediate metabolite used to produce serotonin. Serotonin is a very important substance which helps promote regular brain and nerve function.

Calcium pyruvate

Calcium pyruvate is a natural substance made in our bodies that contributes to metabolism and the digestion of carbohydrates. Calcium pyruvate supplementation may benefit endurance athletes whose bodies are constantly turning over ATP production for sufficient energy to perform sustained bouts of exercise.


Ginseng can be used to improve the health and it increases a sense of wellbeing and stamina, and improves both mental and physical performance. Ginseng has been shown to reduce the levels of stress in both men and women. Those that take ginseng regularly are able to withstand higher amounts of physical and emotional stress. Ginseng is used to increase energy and endurance, reduce fatigue and the effects of stress


Taurine is a non-essential amino acid present in meat, fish and dairy products. Adult humans have high concentrations of Taurine in white blood cells, skeletal muscles, the heart and central nervous system. It plays a role in digestion, and is used to process potassium, calcium and sodium in the body, as well as maintain the integrity of cell membranes

Acai berries

The berries which are harvested from the Brazilian rainforest are very high in anti-oxidants. Acai berries likely contain a higher concentration of anti-oxidants than more common berries, such as blueberries and strawberries. This super fruit is a very concentrated source of fiber, carbohydrates, proteins, healthy fats, amino acids and many other micronutrients that promote energy and act as an immune booster.

Zinc Citrate

Zinc Citrate can be found in oysters, meat, eggs, seafood, black-eyed peas, and tofu. Zinc has a very important role in hundreds of our bodily processes; one function, is that the mineral has an effect and aid in supporting the human immune system, tissues, and joints, as well as helping in cell growth. Zinc has also been known for improving peoples sex life’s by improving sexual function.

Flax Seed Oil

Flax Seed Oil is a blue flowering plant that is grown on the Western Canadian Prairies for its oil rich seeds. This natural oil (also known as Linseed Oil) is highly recommended for the general well being and whole body nutrition and is considered to be nature’s richest source of omega-3 fatty acids that are required for the health of almost all body systems.

Thiamine: B1

Thiamine has many benefits that involve the nervous and cardiovascular systems. This vitamin is responsible for helping the body convert glucose to energy. It also keeps the mucous membranes healthy and contributes to muscle function. B1 ensures smooth functioning of the brain and helps improve memory and concentration. Vitamin B1 helps relieve stress and also helps strengthen the nerves. Thiamine can be found in liver, pork, rye flour, whole-grain cereals, wheat germ, kidney beans, raisins and oranges.

Riboflavin: B2

Riboflavin, also known as vitamin B2, helps the body produce energy and also promotes the growth of healthy body tissues. This vitamin can be found in avocados, red meat, almonds, broccoli, spinach, dairy products and asparagus.

Niacin: B3

The primary benefit of vitamin B3 is it helps control cholesterol levels. According to physicians from the Mayo Clinic, niacin helps increase the level of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) in the blood. Niacin also helps control blood sugar levels in diabetics and improves some skin conditions. Niacin can be found in oatmeal, peanuts, liver, chicken, tuna, mushrooms, mangoes, whole-grain cereals and fortified cereals.

Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5 has many benefits for the human body, Among the benefits of Vitamin B5 is that it is known for helping with the neurotransmitters in the brain to the production of steroids and dopamine, it can be a crucial factor in improving your state of mind and in the reduction of feelings of stress and anxiety. Vitamin B5 can be found in red meat, poultry, egg yolks, peanuts, broccoli, tomatoes, cauliflower, corn and whole grains.

Pyridoxine: B6

Vitamin B6 acts as a factor in many reactions, speeding up these reactions and helping enzymes work more efficiently. This vitamin is essential for niacin formation, red blood cell formation and the control of steroid hormones. Vitamin B6 has also been shown to boost immunity and improve a person’s mood. This vitamin can be found in bananas, salmon, poultry without skin, cooked spinach, hazelnuts and potatoes.B6 along with the other B vitamins stimulate various metabolic functions in your body and they help to turn food into fuel, which is then burned to produce energy.

Vitamin B12

B12 is sometimes used by various people to reduce stress, which is why it’s called the anti-stress vitamin. Researchers have found that decreased vitamin B12 is a risk factor for some forms of cancer and depression. Getting enough of this vitamin can reduce the risk of cancer and can improve a person’s mood and memory. This vitamin can be found in seafood, poultry, eggs and dairy products. Vitamin B12 is involved in a variety of important functions including the production of amino acids and the processing of carbohydrates into energy.

Vitamin D

Vitamin D regulates blood pressure, reduces stress and tension. The vitamin D rich foods are fish, cod liver oil, milk, and eggs. Fresh fruits and vegetables are also good sources of vitamin D .Vitamin D is also directly related to mood and energy levels in your body.

Yerba Mate

Yerba mate is native to subtropical South America in north eastern Argentina, Bolivia, southern Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. Yerba mate tea is very high in antioxidants; it’s got about 90% more antioxidants than green tea. Yerba mate has significant immune boosting properties. It can slow the signs of aging, detoxify the blood and prevent many types of cancer. Yerba mate also helps reduce stress hence creating an increased mental energy, clarity and focus, yerba mate doesn’t cause any of the uncomfortable side effects associated with drinking caffeinated beverages, such as headaches, stomach-aches and jitters.