TURMERIC CBD

Step up your fight against chronic inflammation with two of the most potent, natural anti-inflammatory ingredients. Your new wellness ritual need never leave your side with this powerful CBD x Turmeric oil.

High quality CBD extract is not what you will find in seedy, back alleys. TURMERIC CBD is hand-crafted in an ISO 5 certified laboratory in the centre of London, using the finest organic turmeric extract and olive oil, it’s designed to have maximum impact on inflammation. Incorporated in the daily rituals of athletes, C-level executives and world-class performers, this is your new go to wellness formula.  

So, what’s all the hype about CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of 113 active cannabinoids that form the chemical structure of the Cannabis sativa plant, yes more commonly known as cannabis, weed, marijuana... you name it. It is a major component of this, accounting for up to 40% of the plant's extract. Whilst much of the past research on Cannabis sativa has focused explicitly on Tetrahydrocannibinol (THC), the chemical responsible for the psychoactive effects that the plant is more renowned for, research supporting CBD is beginning to emerge.

Combining this with turmeric’s well known anti-inflammatory effect may further boosts your ability to reduce low lying levels of inflammation. Antioxidants present in turmeric also help to protect your body from both internal and external damage caused by our stressful environment. At Wunder Workshop we stand for prevention rather than a cure and we are excited to introduce our most powerful wellness booster yet.

Golden Adaptogenics

Adaptogen herbs are a unique class of plants that promote hormone balance and protect the body, especially from excess stress. In addition to boosting immune function and combating stress, research shows that various adapotogens — such as ashwagandha can:

Golden Balance

This unique blend of organic Ayurvedic herbs and spices is designed to combat a stressful modern lifestyle, managing cortisol levels and improving hormone balance. Ashwagandha is rich in iron, improving alertness as well as strengthening the body’s response to stress and anxiety by reducing adrenal fatigue and stabilising thyroid hormones. Turmeric, liquorice and ginger have powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and digestive properties, whilst cayenne pepper stimulates metabolism and circulation, revitalising and rejuvenating the body.

 In our society’s hectic lifestyle where our bodies and hormones are constantly put to the test, Golden Balance helps to maintain your balance day in day out. It can be enjoyed at any time of the day in juices, smoothies, lattes as a nutritional supplement.

Golden Glow

Glowing skin starts from the inside and this blend of turmeric, maca, rice bran, brahmi and black pepper is full of beneficial antioxidants and vitamins. Rice bran is a rich source of vitamin E, which protects skin from premature ageing and environmental pollution and also contains tocotrienols (“tocos”), which may have anti-cancer, neuroprotective and cholesterol lowering properties. Maca, a natural hormone balancer, can enhance the body’s ability to combat anxiety and depression which may negatively affect skin appearance. Furthermore, the antioxidants in brahmi, turmeric and rice bran help to relieve stress and expel toxins from the body and the upper epithelial layers of the skin, stimulating skin cell regeneration.

 To “glow” is more than just having wonderful skin, it is about having a radiance that transcends appearance and that is often affected by our mood and alertness. Brahmi is a potent Ayurvedic nootropic herb that has been known to naturally boost cognitive ability, helping you to feel focused and alive. Golden Glow is a versatile blend that can be enjoyed at any time of the day in juices, smoothies, lattes as a nutritional supplement. 

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GOLDEN BALANCE - Anais Rachel Calzadilla

GOLDEN BALANCE

As we believe it is all about balance in life we have started interviewing high flying//busy individuals who do not automatically fit into your stereo-type ‘health-freak’ box, but instead live very demanding stressful lives and yet manage to create a golden equilibrium between daily strains and a healthy body and mind.

Please tell us a bit about your daily life and what you do for a living?

I’m based in Brooklyn and work as photographic Producer in Chelsea. I liaise between clients, photographers and creative teams so my day to day is very focused on communication. My work life is very fast paced and can be stressful. In my free time I love being with friends, travelling and going on trips in nature. Being in New York is great. It’s an exciting city which has everything to offer. You are also close to the Catskills Mountains and a couple of hours away from the beach.

What does balance mean for you?

Having energy, both in mind and body.

How do you create a golden balance? What are your health tips (supplements, work-outs, eating, therapy etc.)

Drinking a lot of water, eating clean, exercising, reading and being in nature. I used to take a lot of supplements but I focus more on getting the nutrition I need from what I eat.

What is your favourite quote/inspiration?

The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts – M. Aurelius

Making healthy meals can be very time consuming, what do you recommend to busy people that have limited time to prepare food?

There are many simple & quick recipes online for healthy and quick meals during a busy period. I recommend steaming vegetables, it’s a quick and healthy addition to any meal and can be topped with a bit of coconut or olive oil, garlic and salt. Of course, there are plenty of healthy eateries in most big cities that offer great options.

How do you recharge? (favourite place, meditation/yoga, or anything else that resets you)

Hot yoga is really nice for recharging after a busy day but sometimes it takes a little more than that. A nature getaway or a trip home to see family always helps me keep grounded.

What's your guilty pleasure?

Little Choc Apotecary’s Chocolate cake

What 3 ingredients do you use most for cooking?

Coconut oil, Turmeric and Garlic.

Coffee or turmeric latte?

Turmeric Latte because coffee is too strong for me to have on a daily basis.