The Power of Uplift – Four Supplements that help find Harmony in Chaos

The Power of Uplift – Four Supplements that help find Harmony in Chaos

Uplift is our plant based RTD supplement that is powered by natural caffeine derived from green tea extract. It provides a unique blend of stimulation and focus. Below are a few ingredients that make Uplift so special:

Natural Caffeine from Green Tea Extract

A modest amount of natural caffeine, combined with L-theanine, provides steady energy without the nasty jitters or crash like other highly caffeinated energy drinks and supplements may induce. Natural caffeine from green tea extract can increase concentration and alertness, allowing you to tackle morning tasks with your little ones or power through the second half of the workday.


Ashwagandha is an herb that has been known to help with issues such as stress, anxiety, and fatigue. In multiple studies in 2019, researchers found that Ashwagandha significantly reduced levels of cortisol, a stress hormone. There is also evidence suggesting it improves cognitive function and precision, as well as increases attention span.

Lion’s Mane Mushrooms

While these mushrooms have an array of potential health benefits including immune system improvement and fighting inflammation, they may also improve cognitive abilities. In certain studies, lion’s mane mushrooms have shown to have the potential to boost cognitive function through improved recognition memory.



L-theanine is an amino acid that has been linked with stress reduction, and is known to improve mood and potentially improve behavior under stressful situations. L-theanine combined with caffeine are a powerful duo that have been linked to enhanced cognitive performance.

Whether you’re fighting off mid-afternoon drowsiness or about to head to the gym, Uplift can provide you with the pick-me-up to get you through! As with any supplement, it is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before incorporating supplements into your dietary routine.

Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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