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This blend is made of saffron threads, Holy Basil, and Schisandra Berries. We actually extract these beautiful herbs in pure grape alcohol first, so we can get the most potent spectrum of healing constituents possible. Then, after the initial steeping process we add the Coconut glycerin and evaporate the alcohol out, leaving an end product with the least alcohol content possible, about the same as a glass of kombucha.

So why these herbs?

Saffron is one of the strongest anti inflammatory herbs, working particularly by reducing inflammatory cytokines in the brain commonly associated with depression and anxiety.

Holy Basil is used pretty heavily in Ayurvedic medicine. It’s a powerful adaptogen that can reduce feelings of stress and excessive immune and nervous system responses. Holy Basil has been shown to lower cortisol levels, and can also help support healthy cholesterol levels and blood sugar levels. It enhances digestion, cerebral circulation, memory, concentration, and cognition/ mental acuity; while increasing joy and happiness. (Gut/ Brain Connection? )

Schisandra is one of my favorite adaptogens she is present in so many of our blends because I love how she gently helps balance the nervous system, increasing both exciting and inhibitory responses. Schisandra is hepoprotective, meaning she helps support the liver and detox pathways, and aids in digestion and bile secretion, similar to milk thistle.

I have been using this blend for a few months now and the difference is astounding!! I’m so much more productive and way less mentally fatigued

I love this blend so much and it’s time to share it with all of you!

NeuroDivergence Tincture

PriceFrom $20.00
  • *** Our products, while made in a commercial kitchen & under proper Serve Safe food safety standards, have not been evaluated by the FDA, and are not designed or guaranteed to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any known disease or ailment**  Any Statements related to usages of our products are based on Traditional & Ancestral Uses of Herbs and should not be considered Medical Advice.

    You should always consult your medical provider prior to us ing any Herbal Remedies.

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