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It's a state of mind and emotion that sets you up for optimal performance and actions and behaviors that align with your true goals.

The idea of “Flow” has been studied to incredible depth. It's well known that if you're in that flow, you are simply going to be more effective in whatever you want to do.

It's a feeling of effortless control and awesome power; an ecstatic experience where everything falls into place, paired with a sense of detachment where you can do anything with your body.

When you're in the zone, following that flow - you eliminate any interference that could interrupt your ability to perform and achieve your goals.

Let us help you get there.

Our Flow State formula is a nutrient and vitamin-rich blend made to provide mental clarity, focus, and energy. Making it easier for you to remove interference and stay in your flow.

B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B9

B Vitamin Complex

The Sunshine Vitamin

Vitamin D

DMAE ( Dimethylaminoethanol )

DMAE is naturally produced in the body. It's also found in fatty fish, such as salmon, sardines, and anchovies.

It can increase the brain’s blood flow, which improves oxygen and glucose uptake in the brain responsible for increases in energy metabolism, meaning there is more energy to fuel cognitive activities.

Athletes say that this supplement helps them get focused for their workouts, practices, and games by giving them improved mental tolerance and stamina. (3)

L-Glutamine HCL

The most abundant essential amino acid in your body and the building block for other amino acids and neurotransmitters like Glutamate and GABA.

Glutamate is an excitatory neurotransmitter responsible for 90% of the synaptic connections in the brain.

GABA on the other hand is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that reduces neruonal excitability allowing you to stay calmer.

While your body does produce Glutamine naturally, when you're running under extreme conditions your glutamine factory may not be able to keep up with how quickly your body is using it. (4, 5)


Also known as Glutamate is an excitatory neurotransmitter responsible for 90% of the synaptic connections in the brain.

It plays a role in your synaptic plasticity (your brains ability to strengthen connections between neurons) which means it can improve your memory and learning ability. (6)


Gaba can reduce anxiety and has been shown to reduce mental and physical fatigue while when you're performing problem solving tasks. (7)


Green Tea extract has been shown to increase working memory and connectivity between different brain regions. (8)

It's also been found to benefit exercise performance. One study found that 14 men who consumed green tea extract for four weeks increased their running distance by 10.9%. (9)


Taking Bacopa Extract daily has been shown to significantly increase the speed of processing visual information, learning speed, and memory. (10)

Bacopa is also an adaptogenic herb, which means it increases your ability to deal with stress and adapt to change. (11)

Not only that, it's a powerful antioxidant with evidence that it can reduce oxidative stress in the brain which can improve mental cognition. (12)


Inositol, sometimes referred to as Vitamin B8 can help balance Seratonin and Dopamine in your brain, two very important neurotransmitters that affect your mood and executive function. (13, 14)


Tyrosine can significantly improve working memory during demanding tasks which can improve concentration. (15)

It can also improve cognitive flexability, your ability to switch tasks or thoughts. (16)

What's more, it has also been shown that it can reverse mental decline and improve cognition in short-term, stressful or mentally demanding situations. (17)


Rich in polyphenols, Wild Bilberry has been shown to improve episodic memory performance and improve cardiovascular function. (18)

Research also shows that it can crate a 38-60% reduction in inflammation making it a useful and safe anti-inflammatory! (19)


This little powerhouse can improve your attention, language processing and both immediate and delayed memory. (20)

It's also been shown to reduce LDL cholesterol oxidation caused by high-fat diets. (21, 22)


Grapefruit seed extract contains many powerful antioxidants that can protect your body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. (23, 24)

It can also prevent memory loss, improve cognitive status, and boost brain antioxidant levels. (25, 26, 27, 28)

Olive Leaf ( OLEA EUROPAEA L. )

One polyphenol found within green olive skin, and leaves from olive trees - Oleuropein - is used intravenously during some medical procedures to substantially reduce systolic and diastolic blood pressures. (29)

What's more - oleuropein has been shown to reduce the toxic aggregation of both amyloid beta and tau proteins in the brains of rats. 

The benefits pronounced specifically in the substantia nigra region of the brain; the region most associated with age related neurological degeneration. (30)

Cinnamon Bark Extract ( Cinnamomum cassia )

Forty-one different volatile compounds have been identified in the bark oil of cinnamon, and vary significantly in concentrations depending on growth stages and segments of the tree.

Insulin-like activity has been seen in lab settings from highly concentrated polyphenol solutions extracted from cinnamon, and several of these polyphenols have been isolated.

One in-vitro study has shown an aqueous extract of one species of cinnamon can reduce tau aggregation and filament formation in neuronal brain cells.

In addition, another naturally occurring compound - CEppt - showed to significantly reduce formation of toxic amyloid proteins in mice models. (27)

Licorice Root Extract ( Glycyrrhiza glabra )

There's considerable agreement that Licorice Root stands as one of the oldest herbal remedies known to date.

Extracts of Licorice Root are commonly used in treating various skin conditions.

This is mainly due to the over 300 unique compounds contained in the root; a few posses anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory qualities beneficial to healthy skin. (28, 29)

Boron ( as BORON CITRATE )

An element found usually in leafy green vegetables, Boron is vital to the body's absorption of key vitamins and minerals, and in the maintenance of healthy bones.

Boron has a known role in extending the half-life of vitamin D and estrogen in the body - both necessary for bone health. Plus, while more research is needed...

One 1994 study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives Trusted Source found that people who added 3.25 mg of boron to their diets were better at memory and hand-eye coordination tasks than people with low boron levels. (30)

DHA ( Docosahexaenoic Acid ) 14%

A recent review of nine studies involving children with ADHD showed some improvement in areas of attention or behavior with DHA supplementation. (31)

Taking the form of a long-chain fatty acid, DHA has been used in the treatment inflammatory disorders such as PD and IBD - sparking the question of it's benefit in reducing inflammation elsewhere. (32)

The results of one study, involving 27 women taking 3,000 mg of DHA daily for a week, showed the women experienced 23% less muscle soreness after doing bicep curls than a placebo group. (33)

Vanadyl (as Vanadyl sulfate)

Osteoporosis and low bone mineral density affect millions of Americans.

The majority of adults in North America have insufficient intake of vitamin D and calcium along with inadequate exercise.

Physicians are aware that vitamin D, calcium and exercise are essential for maintenance of bone health. (34)

Plus An Additional Few Ingredients Known To Help You Achieve The Flow State


12 Minerals

Herbal Ingredients

and plant extracts

You’ll never know what you’re capable of - until you’ve tried this unique combination and experienced it

The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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2: https://www.cell.com/trends/neurosciences/fulltext/S0166-2236(19)30006-2
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27: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4003790/
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29: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4629407/
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