The power of ashwagandha, holy basil and maca !
For their new product line ADAPT², Gutsy has combined two of their passions: fermentation and plants.
This one of a kind energy drink, is composed of 3 adaptogens: ashwagandha, holy basil and maca.
Adaptogenic plants - plants that adapt to stress?
Adaptogens are safe to take on a daily basis and over the long term, without side effects or addiction. They would allow to reach homeostasis (the balance of the body).
These super plants are known for their ability to adapt to stress in your body to regulate your mood, improve cognitive function, provide long-lasting energy and strengthen the immune system.
Ashwagandha, the anti-stress plant
This plant is supposed to have an anti-stress property which helps lower the level of cortisol, the stress hormone. Too much cortisol degrades the quality of sleep, ashwagandha would regulate this hormone to soothe the body and reduce sleep disorders.
By reducing physical and emotional stress, mind is more focused and you feel less nervous tiredness.
Moreover, ashwagandha would increase strength, whilst decreasing muscle damage.
The holy basil, the fighting plant
The holy basil is an ayurvedic herb that has long been used to support a healthy response to occasional stress and positive mood. Holy basil is also known to strengthen the immune system thanks to its antiviral and antibacterial properties. Finally, holy basil would help to support memory and learning and thus improve brain activity.
Maca, the energizing plant
This root would bring a boost of energy by improving the resistance of the body to physical effort: a natural and invigorating energy. In addition to its physical properties, maca would also have psychic benefits. Indeed, thanks to phosphorus it contains, it helps to develop memory and a better processing of information by our brain. Such as the two previous plants, maca would help the body to adapt and cope with stress.
Drink ADAPT² to lower your stress and benefit from the numerous virtues of ashwagandha,holy basil and maca !