Aloe vera is a vitamin-rich plant that can help heal the body inside and out. An ingredient in many hair and face essentials, aloe vera can moisturize dry skin, soothe irritation, treat sunburn, and encourage hair growth. Additionally, aloe vera may offer internal benefits like boosting the immune system and alleviating nausea.
Ashwagandha is a superherb that grows in India, the Middle East, and parts of Africa. It’s known to be an adaptogen, a natural substance that helps the body adapt to stress, and is often used to reduce anxiety and boost brain function.
Astragalus is an adaptogenic root that has been a feature of traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. It's believed to benefit the liver as well as both the immune and cardiovascular systems.
Bright green bergamot is a citrus fruit about the same size as an orange. Bergamot provides many perfumes, deodorants, and candles with their zesty scent, and can also be used as a stress-relieving essential oil.
Short for "cannabidiol", CBD is a powerful, non-intoxicating compound that's known to naturally fight inflammation, reduce stress, aid sleep, and soothe cramps and sore muscles.
Cacao beans or seeds are found in the pod-like fruit of the Theobroma cacao tree. Though often associated with chocolate production, cacao has been used medicinally to help ease anxiety, boost mood, and enhance energy levels.
Cedarwood oil is an essential oil derived from cedar trees. It carries a warm, woody scent that can center the mind, encourage emotional balance, promote a sense of calm, and even inspire feelings of confidence.
Used to balance energy and promote a healthy immune system, chaga is an antioxidant-rich mushroom that, as a powder, can be easily added to drinks like tea to improve well-being.
Calming chamomile, a member of the daisy family, has long been used to soothe anxiety and encourage sleep. Today, you’ll find chamomile in intentionally crafted teas, tinctures, supplements, and body products that promote quality rest.
Clary sage is an herb whose flowers, leaves, and essential oil are used to create healing remedies. It's known to soothe nerves, reduce stress levels, nurture healthy skin, and promote hair growth.
Collagen, a naturally occurring protein in the body, is responsible for strengthening bones and providing skin with structure. Taking collagen supplements can encourage a youthful complexion, while skincare products with collagen offer moisturizing benefits.
Cordyceps is an adaptogenic mushroom that has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine. As an antioxidative energy booster, cordyceps is known to address stress and enhance mood and libido.
Boasting a minty yet sweet scent, eucalyptus is fast-growing, evergreen shrub native to Australia. Its leaves and oils are used in natural healing products to help promote relaxation, address muscle and joint pain, and relieve cold symptoms.
Fennel is a flavorful herb often used in food and medicinal products. Fennel and its seeds boast anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, making them key ingredients in many teas, capsules, and skincare products that promote a healthy complexion and functioning digestive system.
Ginger is a flowering plant whose root is widely used in natural healing. Brimming with antioxidants that may help prevent stress damage, ginger can also address stomach concerns and assist in fighting the common cold.
Used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries, ginseng is an antioxidant-rich herb believed to boost the immune system, aid brain function, fight fatigue, and increase energy levels.
Originating in China, the green tea plant is full of antioxidants that may improve brain function. Today, it's enjoyed not only as a drink but as a powerful ingredient in many capsules, creams, and more that aim to boost concentration and focus or improve skin health.
Hemp is a nutritious plant that's among the fastest-growing on earth. Hemp has long been cultivated for its fiber and seeds which can be used to create a variety of products, including calming tinctures and beauty favorites.
A key component in many skincare products, hyaluronic acid is an ingredient that binds to water to help your skin retain moisture. Hyaluronic acid can encourage a dewy, radiant complexion by targeting dryness, reducing redness, and plumping skin to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Iron is an important mineral that our bodies need for growth and development. One of its primary purposes is to carry oxygen in red blood cells so cells can produce energy. Some people have difficulty absorbing enough iron from sources like beans, nuts, and dried fruits, and so can benefit from gummies, powders, capsules, and more that help this process.
Jojoba oil is an antibacterial and antioxidant-rich oil known for its soothing properties. Extracted from the seed of the jojoba shrub, this powerful oil is often used in skincare products to help moisturize skin, treat acne, and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Derived from green and black teas as well as certain types of mushrooms, l-theanine is an amino acid that can help you manage stress and enjoy quality sleep.
Used in ancient times as a holy herb, lavender is a sweet-scented flowering plant in the mint family. Today, lavender is known to soothe anxiety and aid sleep, and can be found in teas, supplements, lotions, and more crafted to help you slip into a state of pure relaxation.
Also known as cymbopogon, lemongrass is an antioxidant-rich plant that boasts antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. These qualities make it a popular ingredient in products that aim to treat gut health issues and boost immunity.
Commonly used in both culinary and medical settings in countries such as China, India, Japan, and Korea, lion's mane mushroom is a large, white mushroom that may offer a variety of wellness benefits, from boosting brain function and the immune system to enhancing energy levels and addressing stress.
Also known as Peruvian ginseng, maca is an edible plant that's native to South America. The maca root is a mood-boosting and antioxidant-rich adaptogen known for its ability to support sexual wellness, and improve energy and stamina.
Magnesium is a mineral that plays a crucial role in many of the body's functions. As well as supporting the immune system and regulating blood pressure, magnesium influences your body's stress-response system and can be found in bath salts, powders, and tablets that work to reduce tension while promoting sleep and a sense of calm.
Melatonin is responsible for regulating night and day cycles so your body understands when to fall asleep and when to wake up. Although this hormone occurs naturally in the body, those who have low levels of melatonin can benefit from melatonin-infused to help them recalibrate, especially while experiencing jet lag or adjusting to a new schedule.
Found in peppermint and other mint plants, menthol is a naturally occurring chemical that can be used to target bacteria in the mouth, soothe a sore throat, and deliver a cooling sensation that may relieve pain.
Peppermint is a popular natural remedy that can help treat a variety of conditions. From supporting digestion and recovery from the common cold to assisting in relieving headaches and muscle soreness, this mint can be found in many teas, supplements, creams, and more that enhance wellness.
A staple of Eastern medicine for years, the reishi mushroom is a fungus that grows in many hot and humid parts of Asia. This popular plant has been known to boost the immune system and repair cells, making it a key ingredient in many skincare and inner-health products.
Harvested from the seeds of rose bushes, rosehip oil is a rich source of vitamin A and is often found in skincare products to help soften skin, repair damage, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and scars.
Rosemary doesn’t just belong in the kitchen! This versatile herb can also be used in aromatherapy and skincare, and has been known to boost mood, memory, focus, hair growth, and immunity.
Salicylic acid is a beta hydroxy acid that works to exfoliate away dead skin cells from the top layer and address redness. By doing so, this powerful ingredient can help prevent acne and speed up skin healing.
With a rich, creamy, and woody fragrance, sandalwood is the star of many candles, perfumes, natural deodorants, and scented skincare favorites in our curation. As well as offering a luxurious scent, sandalwood is believed to have anti-aging properties and may help fade scars.
In traditional Chinese medicine, the schisandra berry is believed to benefit the qi (the life force). This adaptogenic berry is also known to boost energy levels and concentration, as well as support the body's ability to manage stress.
Plant-derived squalane is a moisturizing ingredient that delivers maximum hydration. It has a weightless and non-oily feeling on skin, and fosters a healthier complexion by promoting skin microbiome diversity. Squalane should not be confused with squalene, which is traditionally harvested from shark liver and is known to clog pores.
Also called holy basil, tulsi is a herb often used in Ayurveda. Its leaves are considered to be a tonic for the body, mind, and spirit, and the plant is believed to address stress and anxiety.
Turmeric is a vibrant-colored spice that contains a chemical called curcumin, which may help reduce swelling. This anti-inflammatory spice is also believed to detoxify the liver and improve skin health.
Used in traditional medicine systems for at least 2,000 years, valerian is a flowering plant whose root contains acids and antioxidants known to help reduce anxiety and promote healthy sleep.
Essential for many processes in our bodies, vitamin A is an antioxidant-rich nutrient that supports healthy vision and bones as well as a functioning immune system. Also known as retinol or retonic acid, vitamin A can be taken topically to treat acne and help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
The B vitamins are a group of eight nutrients that assist various functions in the body. This group includes vitamin B12, which is necessary for growth and helps regulate the nervous system, as well as vitamin B6 which supports the immune system.
Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C is an important nutrient that contributes to immune health, calcium and iron absorption, and collagen production. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant that helps protect cells against damage caused by the sun's rays, making it a key ingredient in many skincare favorites.
Vitamin E is an important nutrient that helps many organs in the body function properly, including the eyes and heart. Additionally, vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that can protect cells from free radical damage and rejuvenate skin.
Zinc is an essential mineral with antioxidative properties. Found in many of our wellness supplements, zinc is also known to aid the immune system and help your body produce proteins and DNA.
Zinc oxide is the active ingredient in the natural, physical sunscreens we carry. As well as offering protection against harmful UV rays, zinc oxide boasts anti-inflammatory properties and is suitable for sensitive skin.