Orion - Focus Blend

Orion the hunter is one of the most recognizable constellations in the sky with three brilliant stars adorning his belt. Standing tall on the celestial equator he stalks his prey, his bow taught and ready, his ethereal gaze and lazer focus on the mission at hand, the thrill of the hunt. 

In Traditional Chinese Medicine herbal formulas are blends of herbs that interact and support each other and work on the body/heart/mind synergistically to improve well being. 

The Orion formula is designed with focus in mind and contains a core blend of herbs to improve cognitive functions like memory, focus, increased alertness, mood-stabilization and long-term brain health with a boost from the assist blend which contains complementary compounds that enhance the core effects. This is achieved through the blending of eight amazing adaptogens:

Core Blend

Mucuna Pruriens, known as the dopa bean is an adaptogen revered in Ayurvedic medicine for its abundance of beneficial effects. This amazing plant contains high levels of naturally occurring L-dopa which is the precursor to dopamine an important neurotransmitter necessary for sleep, mood, memory and calming the nervous system. 

Lion’s Mane is the smart mushroom used in both culinary and supplement forms. This powerful mushroom contains nootropic compounds that boost memory, cognition and learning by increasing neuroplasticity and promoting nerve growth factor - helping the brain form new neural pathways and supporting overall nervous system health. 

Ginkgo biloba extract contains a spectrum of terpenes and flavonoids that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. This amazing herb carefully extracted from the leaves of one of the most ancient living trees has been shown to increase blood flow to the brain, the heart, the eyes and other areas of the body as well as aiding with cognitive functions, improved memory, information processing and attention. It has also been studied for its benefits in treating anxiety and depression.

Assist Blend

Turmeric, an ancient spice known for its bright yellow color and curry flavor features prominently in traditional Indian and East Asian cuisine is also a powerful adaptogen with a host of healing properties. Curucumin is the active ingredient in turmeric and has been studied for its powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant capabilities as well as benefits for brain health and memory. Curcumin has been shown to support working memory, calmness and one’s ability to cope with mental strain.

Grape seed extract is the extracted polyphenolic compounds and antioxidants found in the grape seed and is an adaptogen that has been found to improve overall brain health by stimulating brain cell growth, neuroplasticity, and preventing cognitive impairment. Studies have shown it to be beneficial in inhibiting the formation of beta-amyloid plaques which have been linked to age-associated neurodegenerative diseases. It also acts as a vasodilator which helps to open up blood vessels and improve blood flow helping the brain and body to function at their top capacities. 

L-Theanine is an amino acid found in green and black tea leaves which has many benefits. Most known for its ability to aid in relaxation this adaptogenic compound can also help improve focus and help you stay alert. 

Lemon Balm is a refreshing and relaxing herb which is used traditionally to relax and heal the nervous system. It has been studied for its neuroprotective qualities and may significantly inhibit the degradation of important neurotransmitters. 

Ginseng is one of the most studied herbal remedies and is known around the world for its healing capabilities. Protecting the body from free radicals, boosting cognitive performance and focus while simultaneously relaxing and restoring the nervous system. 

SHOP ORION - Focus Blend 

Our Orion formula is a synergistic blend of these 8 adaptogens which together give you the focus you need to face any challenge big or small. 

 Core Blend 

Mucuna Pruriens

Lions Mane 


 Assistance blend 


Grape seed extract


Lemon Balm 



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