Inflammation is the hallmark of nearly every health complaint, and is magnified by stress. So we loaded up on adaptogens and nootropics for their ability to reduce stress, and inflammation, to help make things…better.*

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Spirulina gets its blue-green color from an antioxidant called phycocyanin,¹ which can protect against oxidative damage² by fighting free radicals and blocking the production of molecules that promote inflammation, providing impressive antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.³


It appears as though it has beneficial antioxidant properties by interacting with our systems as an anti-inflammatory, while also providing support for our cardiovascular and immune systems.


Maca root contains many compounds with antioxidant-like properties, such as vitamin C, polyphenols, and carotenoids, which can help neutralize free radicals in our bodies, all of which can help lower oxidative stress and inflammation.

Holy Basil

Made up of a mixture of terpenes, flavonoids, and other compounds including β-caryophyllene, which is an anti-inflammatory compound that doesn’t have steroidal properties. Holy Basil is also a potent antioxidant and a natural COX-2 inhibitor. Its compounds including eugenol, cirsilineol, cirsimaritin, isothymusin, isothymonin, apigenin, and rosmarinic acid have been compared to the pain-relieving activity of ibuprofen, naproxen and aspirin. ¹⁰


Showing anti-inflammatory activity, antioxidative properties, and hepatoprotective effects. In one study, l-theanine reduced the TNF-α-induced NF-κB activation in A549 cells, which suggest that l-theanine alleviates airway inflammation in asthma, which likely occurs via the oxidative stress-responsive NF-κB pathway. ¹¹


Ashwagandha contains compounds, including Withania somnifera, that may help reduce inflammation in the body by targeting inflammatory pathways, including signal molecules called nuclear factor kappa B (NF-κB) and nuclear factor erythroid 2-related factor 2 (Nrf2). ¹²