We believe in building from the ground up. We offer products that provide your body with the foundational elements required for optimal health such as probiotics, enzymes, minerals, oxygen and whole foods.
Elemental Wizdom formulates wellness products with ONLY the purest bioavailable ingredients in order to deliver nature’s essentials with ZERO preservatives, artificial colors, flavors, sugars, gluten, yeast, soy, dairy or casein. They are exactly what the label says; nothing more, nothing less. Our overhead is intentionally low so that we can allocate capital to the acquisition of the purest ingredients and only the best formulations.
We maintain trusted, personal relationships with our suppliers and possess Certificates of Analysis for all of the ingredients in our products. We will obtain third-party certificates of analysis as our company grows.
The Blue Lotus, Nymphaea caerulea, the Sacred Narcotic Lily of the Nile, or Egyptian Lotus, was traditionally used in aromatherapy by many ancient cultures as a sacred aphrodisiac to promote feelings of well-being, tranquility, euphoria, sexual desire, and ecstasy.
It was considered an efficacious antispasmodic to increase circulation and produce a “divine” feeling of calm. Blue Lotus, as a fragrance, has been found in recent studies to be mildly psycho-active with hypnotically relaxing sedative effects that recall the fabled food of the lotus-eaters in ancient Greek myth. This sacred lotus was revered in Ancient Egypt as both a sacrament and an aromatic boon. In art and cultural ceremonies the lotus symbolizes fertility, purity, sexuality, rebirth, and, in astrology, the rising sun.
Ancient Indian mythology’s blue deity Krishna, the Supreme Person, is strongly associated with the Blue Lotus, having a cheerful, lotus-like countenance with ruddy eyes like the interior of a lotus and a swarthy body like the petals of a blue lotus; he holds a lotus in one of his four hands. In Buddhist teaching, the Blue Lotus, is a symbol of the victory of the spirit over the senses, and the preferred flower of Manjushri, the bodhisattva of wisdom. The life-cycle of the lotus represents the soul’s progress from the mud of materialism, through the waters of experience, and into the sunshine of enlightenment.
The ancient blue-green algae Spirulina originated in warm alkaline lakes in Africa and Central and South America, and was a prime source of protein for the Aztecs for centuries, verifying its safety and healthful effects on the body. Spirulina is a complete protein meaning it has all 8 essential amino acids and 10 non-essential ones that support good health.
Spirulina is actually 65-71% protein by weight, which is significantly more than protein found in beef, chicken or soybeans!
Spirulina has been used to treat allergies, ulcers, anemia, heavy-metal poisoning, and radiation poisoning. It is dense in vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and carotenoid antioxidants that protect cells from damage. It contains B complex vitamins, beta-carotene, vitamin E, manganese, zinc, copper, iron, selenium, detoxifying chlorophyll and phycocyanin, as well as three anti-inflammatory essential fatty acids, gamma linolenic acid, linoleic acid, and arachidonic acid.
Animal and test tube studies have shown Spirulina to increase production of antibodies and other cells that improve immunity and help ward off infection and chronic illnesses such as cancer. It has even been shown to promote stem cell growth in mice!
The Reishi mushroom, Ganoderma lucidum, also known as the lingzhi mushroom, is one of the most revered herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Reishi is known for boasting a wide array of health benefits and its medicinal use has spanned thousands of years.
The Chinese refer to Reishi as the “Herb of Spiritual Potency,” the “Elixir of Life,” and the “Mushroom of Immortality” because this wild-crafted adaptogenic herb was traditionally used for cultivating spiritual energy, modulating immune function, protecting the liver and kidneys, and promoting health, longevity, and peace of mind.
Ganoderic acids, found exclusively in Ganoderma fungi such as the Reishi, may help alleviate common allergies by inhibiting histamine release, improving oxygen utilization in the body and modulating liver function. Contemporary research indicates Reishi may also relieve symptoms of stress, insomnia, stomach ulcers and herpes.
The Reishi mushroom is used for boosting the immune system; combating viral infections such as the flu; lung conditions including asthma and bronchitis; heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, chronic fatigue syndrome, kidney disease, liver disease, prostate cancer, and even HIV/AIDS. The nutritional constituents of the Reishi have in fact demonstrated antibacterial, hepatoprotective, renoprotective, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, antitumor, and anticancer activities in vitro and in vivo, as well as increased plasma antioxidant capacity and enhanced immune response in advance-stage cancer patients.
Enzymes are large biological molecules responsible for the millions of chemical interconversions that sustain life. They are highly selective catalysts, greatly accelerating both the rate and specificity of metabolic reactions, from the digestion of food to the synthesis of DNA.
Most enzymes are proteins, although some catalytic RNA molecules have been identified. Enzymes adopt a specific three-dimensional structure, and may employ organic (e.g. biotin) and inorganic (e.g. magnesium ion) cofactors to assist in catalysis. Almost all chemical reactions in a biological cell need enzymes in order to occur at rates sufficient for life.
Digestive enzymes aid in the digestive process, breaking down carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for optimal nutrient absorption, therefore increasing the nutritional value of the foods you eat. They relieve many gastrointestinal (GI) discomforts such as indigestion, bloating, gas, and abdominal pain.
Systemic enzymes play a foundational energetic role in the body by facilitating chemical reactions to maintain and support the body’s bones, tissues, organs, cells, and systems. They aid in the breakdown of excess mucus, fibrin, toxins, and allergens, preventing overgrowth of yeast and assisting liver efficiency and systemic detoxification. Systemic enzymes may reduce inflammation, inhibit viral replication, and enhance immune response, enabling eudaemonic homeostasis.