This caffeine free blend is designed to improve the quality of sleep as an essential element of performance. Rooibos and Gingko Biloba help to reduce the levels of stress-hormones in your body that can disturb sleep, Lavender reduces anxiety and promotes calmness, whilst Turmeric and Ginger help to relieve pain, boost immunity and reduce inflammation.
South African Rooibos Matcha (300mg)
Caffeine - 0mg
Calories - 3.5
Fat - <0.1g
Salt - 0g
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South African Rooibos Matcha
Rooibos is derived from a South African shrub not containing traditional tea leaves or, consequently, any caffeine. It contains powerful antioxidants that protect cell membranes and has been shown to significantly decrease inflammation, easing tension, especially around the stomach. A full-bodied post-performance indulgence.
Turmeric reduces inflammation, lowers your blood sugar levels, helps your liver to detoxify, boosts your immune system and eases your digestive system – all of which help you to get to sleep faster, to sleep better, and to wake up feeling refreshed.
Ginger is known to aid digestion and associated with decreased muscle soreness from exercise due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Gingerol, the bioactive substance in fresh Ginger, can also help lower the risk of infections.
When taken 30-60 minutes before bed, Ginkgo Biloba supplements have been shown to reduce stress and enhance relaxation.
Known for being easily digestible in comparison to whey, Hemp protein is an excellent aid for both vegan and non-vegan athletes.
Researchers have monitored sleep cycles with brain scans and found that Lavender increased slow-wave sleep, instrumental for slowing heartbeat and relaxing muscles.
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- Wilson, P. B. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) as an analgesic and ergogenic aid in sport: a systemic review. J. Strength Cond Res 29 , 2980-2995 (2015).
- Misawa, K. et al. Ginger extract prevents high-fat diet-induced obesity in mice via activation