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Women’s Health Trio

Rejuvenating TonicAphrodisiacHairSkin & Nails

We believe being a Woman is your superpower. The bestsellers in our Women’s Health & Beauty range have come together to help you ignite your feminine.

Includes:

Wanderlust Woman Kind 60 capsules.
Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenating female tonic, to help the body adapt to stress and enhance healthy libido.

Wanderlust Shatavari – 50 mL oral liquid.
Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenating tonic and as an aphrodisiac to enhance healthy libido.

Wanderlust Wander Glow – 30 capsules.
With plant derived nutrients to support collagen formation, skin elasticity, healthy hair and strong nails.

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Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.

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Consciously created with intelligence and integrity, Wanderlust formulas have a clear purpose: to support you on your wellness journey.

Description

We believe being a Woman is your superpower. The bestsellers in our Women’s Health & Beauty range have come together to help you ignite your feminine.

Our Women’s Health Trio includes 3 products:

Wanderlust Woman Kind
A consciously created plant-active blend of Shatavari, White Peony, Schisandra, Ashwagandha, Dong Quai and Ginger.

Rejuvenating female tonic: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenating female tonic.

Adaptogen for stress: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an adaptogen, to support a healthy stress response and help the body adapt to stress.

Healthy menstrual cycle: White Peony is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to help regulate a healthy period cycle and to relieve pain.

Nervous tension: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to help relieve nervous tension and calm nerves.

Enhance libido: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an aphrodisiac to enhance healthy libido.

Liver support: Schisandra is used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to help support healthy liver function.

Wanderlust Shatavari
A consciously created plant active in a convenient, readily absorbed liquid herbal extract.

Aphrodisiac: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an aphrodisiac to enhance healthy libido.

Calm nerves: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to help relieve nervous tension and calm nerves.

Vitality: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to support vitality.

Rejuvenating tonic: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as a rejuvenating tonic.

Adaptogen for stress: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an adaptogen to help the body adapt to stress and support a healthy stress response in the body.

Nervous system: Shatavari is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to help support the nervous system.
You can expect a slightly bitter taste, which is typical of herbal extracts and all of their goodness.

Wanderlust Wander Glow
A consciously created plant-active blend of organic Guava, organic Amla, Bamboo, Dandelion and Calendula.

Skin health: Zinc (from Guava), Silica (from Bamboo) and vitamin C (from Amla) support skin health.

Skin integrity: Vitamin C (from Amla) and silica (from Bamboo) support connective tissue production important to maintain healthy skin elasticity, structure and firmness.

Collagen production: Silica (from Bamboo) and vitamin C (from Amla) support collagen health and formation.

Skin regeneration: Vitamin C (from Amla) helps support skin healing and repair.

Hair health: Silica (from Bamboo) helps support hair strength and thickness.

Nail health: Zinc (from Guava) and silica (from Bamboo) helps support nail strength and thickness.

Antioxidant: Zinc (from Guava) and vitamin C (from Amla) provide antioxidant support to help reduce free radicals formed in the body.

Directions

Wanderlust Woman Kind – Adult dosage
Take two capsules daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Talk to an Ayurvedic practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you. Talk to a TCM practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you. Adults only. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.

Wanderlust Shatavari – Adult Dosage
Using the measured dropper take 3.5 mL daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Drop directly onto the tongue or dilute in 30 mL of water or juice and consume immediately. Follow with a glass of water if necessary. Shake well before use. Talk to an Ayurvedic practitioner/health professional if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you. If symptoms, persist talk to your health professional.

Wanderlust Wander Glow – Adult dosage
Take one capsule daily with a main meal, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Vitamin and mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.

Ingredients

Wanderlust Woman Kind
Each capsule contains:

Asparagus racemosus (Organic Shatavari) root ext. dry conc. 30 mg
Derived from dry 1.5 g

Paeonia lactiflora (White Peony) root ext. dry conc. 214.29 mg
Derived from dry 3 g

Schisandra chinensis (Schisandra) fruit ext. dry. conc. 43.75 mg
Derived from dry 875 mg

Withania somnifera (Organic Ashwagandha) root ext. dry conc. 20 mg
Derived from dry 100 mg

Angelica polymorpha (Dong Quai) root ext. dry conc. 10 mg
Derived from dry 100 mg

Zingiber officinale (Organic Ginger) root ext. dry conc. 45 mg
Derived from dry 495 mg
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy, egg, artificial colours or artificial flavours.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Wanderlust Shatavari
Each 3.5 mL contains:

Asparagus racemosus (Shatavari) root ext. liquid 3.15 mL
Derived from dry 3.15 g
Also contains glycerol.
Contains 22.5% alcohol.
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy, egg, artificial colours or artificial flavours.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Wanderlust Wander Glow
Each capsule contains:

Phyllanthus emblica (Organic Amla) fruit ext. dry conc. std. 250 mg
Derived from min. dry 8.75 g
Equiv. ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) 50 mg

Bambusa textilis
 (Bamboo) stem ext. dry conc. std. 100 mg
Derived from min. dry 9 g
Equiv. silicon dioxide 50 mg

Psidium guajava
 (Organic Guava) leaf ext. dry conc. std. 150 mg
Derived from min. dry 1.2 g
Equiv. zinc 6 mg

Calendula officinalis
 (Calendula) flower ext. dry conc. 100 mg
Derived from dry 1 g

Taraxacum officinale
 (Dandelion) root ext. dry conc. 100 mg
Derived from dry 500 mg
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy, egg, artificial colours or artificial flavours.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Sourcing

Wanderlust Woman Kind
Shatavari, Ashwagandha, Ginger and Schisandra sourced from India.
White Peony and Dong Quai sourced from China.

Wanderlust Shatavari
Shatavari sourced from the USA.

Wanderlust Wander Glow
Organic Amla, organic Guava and Bamboo sourced from India.
Calendula and Dandelion sourced from China.

Frequently Asked Questions

Wanderlust Woman Kind

Wanderlust Shatavari

Wanderlust Wander Glow

Ingredients

We strive to harness the best from nature. We are dedicated to sourcing quality ingredients from around the world, selecting certified organic ingredients wherever possible.
White Peony

Paeonia lactiflora

White Peony is native to Asia, but due to its widespread availability across the globe, it is often recognised by different names including, Garden Peony and Chinese Peony, or by its Chinese name Bai Shao, meaning White Peony. It is a perennial known for its large showy white, pink or crimson flowers.

The name White Peony is referencing the colour of the root (not the colour of the flower), and is the medicinal part of the plant historically used in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Its botanical name is after the mythical Greek figure Paeon, who was said to be a student of Aesculapius, the Greek god of medicine and healing. According to Greek mythology, Zeus saved Paeon from the wrath of Aesculapius by turning him into a peony flower.

Traditionally used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to:

  • Nourish the live
  • Regulate healthy menstrual cycle

Originating from the Far East, peonies appear strongly in the cultures of Chinese, Tibetan and Siberian folk medicine.

Schisandra

Schisandra chinensis

Native to East Asia, but due to its widespread availability across the globe, it is also recognised as Magnolia Vine or by its Chinese name, Wu Wei Zi, meaning five-flavoured fruit. This deciduous aromatic woody vine is also referred to as dioecious, meaning there are both male and female plants. Only the fruit (red berry) of Schisandra is used for medicinal purposes and has been described to possess all five basic flavours: salty, sweet, sour, sour, spicy and bitter.

Traditionally used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to:

  • Reduce symptoms of stress
  • Support healthy liver function
  • Support healthy sleeping patterns

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, this herb is considered harmonising because of its ability to contain all five basic flavours.

Shatavari

Asparagus racemosus

Shatavari is native throughout Sri Lanka and India and now naturalised in other parts of the world.

With leaves like pine needles and small white flowers, this woody climber is a member of the common asparagus family Asparagaceae.

Its name Shatavari is derived from Sanskrit, shat means ‘100’ and vari meaning ‘root’ or ‘husband’, translating to “she who possesses a hundred husbands”. Implying its traditional use in Ayurvedic Medicine as an aphrodisiac.

Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an adaptogen, a female tonic and to:

  • Support healthy stress response in the body
  • Increase virility (Vrishya)
  • Promote healthy libido

Long used in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, it is often considered an aphrodisiac and a female tonic.

Ashwagandha

Withania somnifera

Native to India through to South East Asia this short, perennial shrub is now grown throughout the world.

Ashwagandha is often referred to as Indian ginseng even though botanically, ginseng and Ashwagandha are unrelated. In Sanskrit, ashwa means ‘horse’ and gandha means ‘smell’ which refers to the root of the plant having a horse-like smell.

Dong Quai

Angelica polymorpha

Native to China this aromatic perennial herb is now grown throughout the world. A relative to celery and a member of the parsley family, Dong Quai is a hardy plant that likes to grow in cold, damp and high-altitude regions.

Ginger

Zingiber officinale

Believed to have originated in southeast Asia, Ginger is a tropical loving plant which its root is grown worldwide for culinary purposes.

The botanical name Zingiber originates from the Greek word zingiberis, which was derived from the Sanskrit word shringavera, meaning ‘shaped like a deer’s antler’, an acknowledgment to the shape of the root.

Traditionally:
Obtained by the Greeks and Romans from Arab traders, it was one of the first oriental spices to arrive in Europe.

Guava

Psidium guajava

Guava has been cultivated for so many centuries that its place of origin is uncertain. Believed to have originated from Mexico through to Central America, this small, resilient, evergreen tree is now cultivated throughout the world for its medicinal and food value.

The fruit of most varieties is round, though some types are pear shaped. They have white to salmon-pink, juicy seedy flesh and an aromatic fragrance aroma.

Various parts of the plant, including the leaf and the fruit are used for medicinal purpose.

Guava is a natural source zinc which is used to:

  • Support skin health
  • Reduce free radicals formed in the body
  • Maintain hair health
  • Support nail health

Traditionally
The fruit, leaf, stem and bark of this berry fruit has been used from ancient times for various ailments.

Amla

Phyllanthus emblica

Native to India and now grown throughout the world, this tropical tree is also referred to as Indian Gooseberry and Amalaki in Ayurveda.

It is said that the Amla berry comes from the first tree to appear on earth, manifested out of the tears of Brahma while he was meditating.

A much-beloved staple of traditional Ayurvedic medicine, this plum-sized berry is considered a cooling ‘pitta’ herb (aids metabolism and digestion), and is said to possess five of the six tastes (sour, bitter, pungent, astringent, sweet), although sour is its main taste.

The fruit is a rich source of vitamin C which is used to:

  • Support connective tissue production important to maintain healthy skin elasticity, integrity, structure and firmness
  • Support collagen health and formation
  • Support skin healing and repair
  • Provide as an antioxidant support to protect against free radical damage

Its fruits possess multiple benefits and are of immense use in folk medicine. It is considered the “Mother” because it is considered as the ultimate healer due to its restorative properties

Bamboo

Bambusa textilis

Bamboo is native to most continents except for Antarctica and Europe. Belonging to the grass family, it is considered one of the fastest growing plants in the world. Bamboo grows in a short but strong growth spurt during summer and then remains near dormant over winter.

Bamboo is used for everything from construction to irrigation systems, from musical instruments to food, fuel and medicine.

Bamboo is a natural source of silica which can help:

  • Support connective tissue production
  • Maintain healthy skin elasticity, structure and firmness
  • Support collagen health and formation to support skin health
  • Support hair and nail strength and thickness

Early Chinese books were once written on bamboo slats and bamboo has been used as a source of medicine and construction material since ancient times.

Calendula

Calendula officinalis

Native to Egypt, the Mediterranean through to Europe, this annual aromatic herb is now grown throughout the world. The bright orange daisy-like flower is also referred to as English Marigold or Pot Marigold has an aromatic odour and slightly bitter taste.

Its name is derived from the Latin word calends, meaning the first day of every calendar month as Calendula flowers open as the sun rises and can be found blooming in some parts of the world every month.
The flowers are the part of the herb used medicinally, either in the form of infusions, tinctures, liquid extracts, creams or ointments.

Calendula has been used as herbal medicine since the 12th century and has been cultivated by the Egyptians, Greeks, Hindus and Arabs. It also grew in Europe where it was cultivated in the kitchen garden as ornamental flower. These are dried for broth, which is said to comfort the heart and spirits.

Dandelion

Taraxacum officinale

Usually regarded as a common garden weed, the Dandelion grows wild throughout much of the world. Other common names include Blowball, Puffball, Swine Snout and Wild Endive.

A member of the Asteraceae family (a relative to sunflowers and daisies), it is distinguished by its single yellow flower which opens at dawn and closes at dusk. Once the flower has matured the plant forms a puffball of seeds that are dispersed by the wind.

Its botanical name Taraxacum originates from the Arabic word tarakhaqun meaning ‘wild chicory’. Its common name is thought to be a corruption of the French word dent de lion meaning ‘lion’s tooth’, a reference to the coarsely toothed leaves.

Paeonia lactiflora
White Peony
Schisandra chinensis
Schisandra
Asparagus racemosus
Shatavari
Withania somnifera
Ashwagandha
Angelica polymorph
Dong Quai
Zingiber officinale
Ginger
Psidium guajava
Guava
Phyllanthus emblica
Amla
Bambusa textilis
Bamboo
Calendula officinalis
Calendula
Taraxacum officinale
Dandelion

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