Translating
traditional wisdom
to the modern world

Our Approach

We spent three years developing the perfect* functional tea and coffee so that all you have to do is brew and enjoy.

*optimal bioavailabilty via proprietary form factor; responsibly sourced ingredients; delicious blends.

Our Ingredients

Integrating centuries of traditional medicinal wisdom with the rigor of modern scientific research and formulation, we source the best functional ingredients from around the world to turn your daily coffee and teas into transformational experiences. 

So you can do Good.  

Rxtracts™

Chaga Mushroom

Chaga Mushroom

Chaga is high in antioxidant properties and beta-glucans and is traditionally used to support a healthy immune system and reduce inflammation. It’s also known to help reduce fatigue, balance energy, and increase mental sharpness.

Lion's Mane

Lion's Mane

Known to increase cognitive function, reduce inflammation, and promote antioxidant activity, Lion’s Mane Extract is beloved for its many health benefits amongst the fungi family. 

Poria Mushroom

Poria Mushroom

Poria Mushroom is an adaptogenic mushroom that supports a balanced mood and relaxation. The filaments, threads in which food material is stored, are used for medicine.

Mother of Pearl

Mother of Pearl

Mother of Pearl is used as a relaxant, anti-inflammatory & detoxifying agent in Traditional Chinese medicine. This could be in part because of the magnesium it contains. Magnesium supports elevation of gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) levels, which may help alleviate depression, anxiety, and certain sleep disorders.

Shi Chang Pu

Shi Chang Pu

Shi Chang Pu Root in Traditional Chinese Medicine may be used to refresh the mind and calm the heart. It is also known to have anti-inflammatory properties. 

Codonopsis Root

Codonopsis Root

Codonopsis supports the immune system and is a powerful antioxidant.

Polygala Root

Polygala Root

Polygala Root in Traditional Chinese Medicine is known to promote improved memory, spatial awareness, and organization.

L-Theanine

L-Theanine

L-theanine powder is an amino acid known to help with relaxation. It may also reduce psychological and physiological stress while supporting alpha brain waves and calm focus. 

Jujube Seed

Jujube Seed

Studies have shown that Jujube Seed can protect the brain from oxidative damage, improve sleep, and support learning and memory function. It is also considered an antioxidant-rich herb that calms the mind and helps alleviate mental tension. 

Sichuan Lovage

Sichuan Lovage

Sichuan Lovage is an antioxidant with anti-inflammatory effects that promote a more restful sleep.

Chinese Licorice Root

Chinese Licorice Root

Supporting a calm mind and body, Licorice or "sweet root," has been used as a relaxant and has been said to promote a powerful spirit. It is widely used in Chinese herbal preparations to harmonize the various herbs in a formula and produce a synergistic effect.

Rhodiola

Rhodiola

Rhodiola Crenulata is an arctic root known to support energy and healthy stress levels, promote cognitive function and cellular and nerve health, and may increase feelings of well-being by easing stress and anxiety.

Anemarrhena Root

Anemarrhena Root

Anemarrhena Root is known to decrease irritability and bring calmness to the body.

Infusions
These ingredients infuse their goodness in your cup during steeping and leave an optimal amount of beneficial compounds, flavor and delightful aroma.

Arabica Coffee

Arabica Coffee

We buy premium coffee beans above market prices to ensure better revenues to the producers. Our coffee is freshly roasted and ground then sealed in our final infusion blend with nitrogen to ensure freshness. Coffee contains caffeine, which is known to promote energy and focus, as well as antioxidants.

Rooibos

Rooibos

Rooibos is a South African native tree that grows in a bush form and has a long history of use not only as a tea for enjoyment but also for its health benefits too. Rooibos leaf is rich in antioxidants and is thought to promote cardiovascular health.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is one of the most integral herbs of Ayurvedic Medicine for its stress reduction support. This powerful herb is known to promote calm and relaxation.

Bancha Green Tea

Bancha Green Tea

Bancha Green Tea is one of Japan’s most popular types of Green Tea, noted for its content of minerals and trace elements. Obtained by a short steaming (20 to 40 seconds), asamushi-style Bancha can often be identified simply by the leaves remaining whole. Light and slightly tannic, their ample taste is reminiscent of green vegetables and fresh grass.

Chicory Root

Chicory Root

Chicory is a flowering plant that produces an edible tube, long used as a coffee substitute or blended in coffee to enhance the flavor. (If you enjoy New Orleans-style coffee, you're tasting the chicory!) Chicory root is also well-known for being rich in inulin, which is a main type of prebiotic fiber.

Passionflower

Passionflower

Passionflower is a powerful, non-addictive sleep aid that is used to treat ailments such as insomnia and anxiety due to the calming and sleep-inducing effects of the plants’ natural chemicals. 

Linden Blossom

Linden Blossom

Linden blossoms have a long and rich tradition in Western herbalism for lending soothing and relaxing benefits when consumed in a tea.

Lemon Verbena Leaf

Lemon Verbena Leaf

Lemon Verbena leaf promotes relaxation and can calm an anxious mind.

Lemon Myrtle Leaf

Lemon Myrtle Leaf

Lemon myrtle is an Australian native that has a long history of use by Australian Aboriginal peoples, and still today is consumed popularly across the continent. Its use as an herbal tea, as well as for cooking, is gaining more popularity around the world due to its delicious lemony flavor and relaxing health benefits.

Lemongrass

Lemongrass

Just as its name implies, Lemongrass is an herb that has long been used in cuisines globally and is also used as a lemony flavored tea. It has a high content of citral that gives it a characteristic lemony flavor and also lends to its relaxation benefits.

Goji Leaf

Goji Leaf

Many people by now have heard of the antioxidant-rich goji berries, but few know the leaf also has benefits, such as being an antioxidant, and as such, has been long-consumed as a tea.

Strawberry Leaf

Strawberry Leaf

Long consumed as a tea and in herbal medicines, Strawberry leaves are rich in ellagic acids and antioxidants that may promote wellness.

Lemon Balm Leaf

Lemon Balm Leaf

Known to alleviate stress, the lemon-scented Lemon Balm has also been researched to show that it can enhance cognitive performance while helping with mood and sleep.

Holy Basil Leaf

Holy Basil Leaf

Best known for calming and reducing stress, Holy Basil has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. In clinical trials, Holy Basil has been shown to lower cortisol levels and promote a healthy mood. 

Skullcap Aerial Parts

Skullcap Aerial Parts

Long have the leaves and stems of Skullcap been used for helping manage stress, reduce anxiety, and improve sleep, through its ability to target specific neurotransmitters and receptors in the brain. 

Good Pharma Scientific Council
The Good Pharma Science Council advises us in our pursuit of well-being through the power of nature intersecting with science, research, and the ancient wisdom of traditional medicine.

Kerry Hughes

Ethnobotanist and Herbalist

Kerry Hughes

Ethnobotanist, Herbalist and Author, Kerry Hughes — with a 20-year record-of-success in natural product development — is driven by a tenacious fascination with the potential health enhancing role plants can play, and her purpose is Ethno-Botanical Discovery and strategically innovating and expanding the boundaries of new natural product development. Through this, Kerry has catalyzed significant phyto-product breakthroughs that have been applied to bring to market new, efficacious and profitable products that not only heal people but also protect our threatened global biodiversity.

Jeffrey Blumberg

Professor Emeritus

Jeffrey Blumberg

Dr. Jeffrey B. Blumberg is an active Professor Emeritus at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. His research has been largely focused on the role of antioxidant nutrients in promoting health and preventing disease during the aging process. He has published over 400 scientific articles and serves on the editorial boards of several scientific journals.

Professor Choi Seung-hoon MD (KM), Ph.D.

Chinese Medicine Expert

Professor Choi Seung-hoon MD (KM), Ph.D.

In 2003, Professor Choi was appointed as Regional Adviser in Traditional Medicine at the WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific. During his tenure, his work focused on the standardization of various areas of traditional medicine in the Western Pacific Region, including terminologies on traditional medicine. Dr. Choi spearheaded several projects, which are considered milestones in the history of traditional medicine in the Region. He also published 11 monographs and is author or co-author of 120 papers. Dr. Choi continues his important work in the United States as an Adjunct Professor at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

Shiroko Sokitch

Functional Medicine Doctor

Shiroko Sokitch

Dr. Shiroko Sokitch, MD, Board Certified Acupuncturist, Functional Medicine Doctor, best-selling author, and life-long seeker of miracles, solutions, and healing.

Board certified in both acupuncture and Functional medicine, trained in surgery, and consistently pursuing the latest in medical innovation, Dr. Shiroko’s exceptional knowledge of the body, her relentless perseverance, and her expertise in both Western and Chinese medicine is the ultimate prescription for healing. As a leader of integrative medicine practices, her methods are informed, effective, intuitive, nurturing, and for patients with difficult or mysterious illnesses, she is the end of the line because she never gives up.