Relax is made with a unique blend of scientifically tested lemon balm, hops, lavender, chamomile, peppermint, spinach, with a refreshing mix of juices of kiwi, lemon and pear.
And because Relax is low GI and low GL, it slowly releases its energy content.
Purelosophy is bottled at over 600 meters above sea level and the water comes from Alpine source
LEMON BALM extract
Lemon balm has earned a reputation for being a potent health-supporting plant. The name ‘lemon balm’ is attributed to its noticeable lemony scent. We use a clinically tested extract that has proven to help relieve anxiety, signs of stress and stress-induced insomnia. The study of our selected extract can be seen here.
Hops flowers grow on a climbing perennial vine that is native to Europe, Asia and North America. Cherokees used hops as a sedative. Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine uses it for insomnia and restlessness. Hops contains high level of tannins and flavonoids, as well as raw protein and fibre. In Europe, the most popular usage of hops is in brewing where hops is added to beer to add bitterness and aroma.
A herbaceous plant native to southern and eastern Europe and parts of Asia. Over the past 30 years, extensive scientific investigations confirmed its traditional uses in relaxing, antibacterial and gastrointestinal treatments.
An aromatic herb found growing wild throughout Europe and North America. It is a hybrid of mint that is generally known as the world's oldest medicine. The primary active component of the peppermint is menthol, the key essential oil, and phenolic substances. In general, peppermint has a mildly antispasmodic and calming effect.
Lavender was widely used in ancient Arabic, Greek and Roman cultures for its calming and antiseptic qualities. Due to fine fragrance, the essential oil obtained from lavender flowers is a key active ingredient that is ascribed calming properties. Lavender flowers are traditionally utilised as a mild sedative for states of nervousness, fatigue and sleep disturbances.
Thylakoids from spinach extract suppress the activity of lipase, an enzyme that digests fat. This helps delay fat digestion, which increases the levels of appetite-reducing hormones like glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1). It also reduces levels of ghrelin, the hunger hormone.
WHITE GRAPE juice
One serving of light white grape juice provides 20 percent of the iron you need each day. Iron makes red blood cells in your body, an important factor for getting oxygen to all your cells and tissues
In addition to vitamin C, kiwi fruit is packed with many other healthy nutrients, including vitamin A and E, folate, potassium, copper, iron and magnesium, as well as calcium and phosphorous. It contains a relatively high amount of both soluble and insoluble fiber, as well.
Pears are excellent source of water-soluble fiber. They contain vitamins A, B1, B2, C, E, folate and niacin. It is also rich in copper, phosphorus and potassium, with lesser amounts of calcium, chlorine, iron, magnesium, sodium and sulfur. Pear juice has lots of benefits. Not only it helps deal with high blood pressure and cholesterol but it also promotes bone health, contains a lot of potassium and is a powerful antioxidant.