” CBD isn’t just for relief in the here and now,” Gaines-Ross says. “I t’s an investment in your long-term brain health. With the Stay Sharp blend of adapotgenic herbs and nootropics, we have created a solution for your morning routine and to suppport your brain health for now, and later.”
Plant People’s Calm capsules also include a number of other herbs for enhanced effect. Those capsules specifically also include Albizia bark and flower, Avena sativa, Ashwagandha, Schisandra berry, Holy basil leaf, and L-theanine.
Key Ingredients & Benefits: • CBD : this non-psychoactive ingredient has endless benefits including anxiety relief without feeling lethargic so you can keep your focus on what matters • Bacopa Monnieri : a renowned Ayurvedic herb that improves cognition, mood and memory, and inhibits inflammation in the brain; its loved so much in India that its referred to as Brahmi after Brahmā, the creator God • Gotu Kola : grown in the Himalayas, Gotu Kola promotes mental clarity and focus; a rejuvenating nervine, this herb helps increase neurotransmitter functions while increasing awareness and minimizing stress • Ginkgo : a staple in traditional Chinese medicine, Ginkgo supports brain circulation, attention, mood, and concentration. Distractions, be gone! • Rosemary : high in antioxidants, Rosemary is a traditional Mediterranean herb used to boost the brain’s circulatory functions and keep free radicals in check • L-theanine : found in green tea leaves, this fatty acid blocks glutamate receptors (which cause anxiety, restlessness, and lack of focus) and boosts production of relaxing neurotransmitters—leaving you cool, calm, and collected so that no static can penetrate your thoughts.
” We approach product development starting with the science-backed benefits of the hero ingredient, then introduce other efficacious plants and plant compounds to arrive at solution-oriented formulas,” Gabe Kennedy, co-founder of Plant People tells Forbes. “Listening to customers, we identified the need for a CBD supplement people could take in the morning or mid-day to help them operate at their peak while additionally addressing the needs of aging communities.”
CBD users have long touted its ability to help reduce pain and anxiety and even depression, but what if taking CBD could also help you improve your focus and memory?
Will it now? The truth is that many of these alleged benefits are simply savvy advertising spiel, spun by salespeople trying to push this new purported ‘wonder substance’. But, if you’re looking for a cure-all to take the January blues away, CBD — an abbreviation of ‘Cannabidiol’ — is not it.
The easiest – and most effective – way to ingest CBD is through the oil. A couple of drops on the tongue, and you’ll start feeling the benefits almost immediately. Many clinic trials have found good evidence to show that CBD will help you curb the levels of cortisol — a chronically detrimental stress hormone — in your body, and a simple dropper is a quick fix should you need to calm down and focus on the go.
Keep it uncomplicated with a simple oil and dropper
That’s not to say that it’s useless. In fact, there is one benefit to using CBD that could prove invaluable to the modern man — and that is its propensity to improve your focus. Because (here comes the science), this compound — one of 104 cannabinoids found in marijuana — allows more serotonin to flow to the brain, which in turn mildly sedates the receptor associated with anxiety, addiction and sleep.
Words: Jonathan Wells
It’s the latest trend in a bottle, and its pain-dulling, stress-relieving benefits are well-documented. But could this oil also help up your productivity?