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Everyday products, upgraded with super powerful,potent ingredients.

Backed up by science.

What’s so special about THEENK?

Glad you asked! We believe that it’s what’s on the inside that counts most, and that’s certainly true for our products. We’re committed to sourcing the highest quality herbs that will truly benefit your mental health.

We don’t use cheap fillers or additives, and we utilize materials that are environmentally friendly whenever possible plus, we plant a tree for every box purchased. 

 When you purchase THEENK products you’re supporting a healthy lifestyle and turning to natural remedies before synthetic and possibly harmful options.

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Our products contain safe, non-toxic, non-habit-forming substances that enhance your mind and body. With consistent use of our products, especially tapping into the ancient wisdom of our 21-DAY MIND-BALANCING PROGRAM, you may experience huge shifts in your mental and emotional health. 

You can think of our tea blends more like supplements (but easier to consume and better utilized in the body than pills). You’re not just getting a lovely, soothing drink, but also full body benefits thanks to the mix of herbs inside.

First things first, what are

Adaptogens are a unique class of plants, herbs, mushrooms, and sometimes roots that help the body handle and defend against the toxic effects of mental and physical stress—while adapting their function depending on what your body needs. This means they’re working on all organs and systems in the body as a  whole, restoring balance where it’s most needed at any given time. 


 Adaptogenic plants survived the harshest of conditions including the Ice Age and they continue to grow in some of the toughest regions of the world such as Syberia. To survive in such conditions they learned to be resilient in the face of stress while also thriving in it, something we all need support with in our busy, modern lives.

The 4 N’s that help us define which plants are adaptogens:



Increases the body’s resistance to a wide range of stressors including: 

  • physical (lack of sleep, nutritional deficiencies)

  • mental (work stress, media overload)

  • emotional (relationships) 

  • environmental (weather, pollution, extreme living  conditions).


Normalizing (balancing) effect on the body

Especially in the cardiovascular, immune, and glandular system. For instance, whether the thyroid gland is overactive or underactive, an adaptogen can help downregulate or upregulate it to bring it back to a balanced state.


Non-toxic to the body

Safe to take everyday with no harmful effects on the body



They must be nourishing  to the body



Nootropics are substances either natural or synthetic (which we don’t use) able to positively alter your brain function. Nootropics can enhance mood, memory, decision making, focus and creativity.

Ultimately, they boost brain performance while reducing stress and anxiety levels - this is why many plants are described as both -  adaptogens and nootropics. 

Nootropics do their job by improving blood circulation and oxygen in the brain which helps your brain convert glucose (the brain’s primary fuel) to energy which enables repairs within the cell compartments. This optimizes the efficiency of electrical signals and neurotransmitters within the brain.

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In simpler words, this process ultimately leads to increased neuroplasticity, increasing activity of the brain which for you means clearer thinking, better memory and focus and less brain fog.


We’re here to help make supporting mental health mainstream 

Our Ingredients

Each ingredient we use is thoughtfully-sourced and blended by our herbalist. We don’t use fillers or other nasty stuff inside. 

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  • Improved memory and cognitive function, alertness, and concentration

  •  Increased blood circulation

  •  Protection from neurodegenerative diseases associated with aging





  • Decreased anxiety, stress, and fatigue

  • Improved cognitive function, and protection of the brain cells from damaging toxins

  • Increased blood circulation

  • Improves memory

  • Reduces anxiety

  • Boosts brain function 

  • Support cognitive function

  • Boost cardiovascular health and balance energy levels

  • Promote focus and clarity to the brain

  • Reduces insomnia, anxiety, and muscle cramps

  • Calms the mind

  • Supports healthy digestion




  • Supports vision

  • Reduces anxiety

  • Improves cognitive function by increasing blood flow to the brain

  • Supports the nervous system

  • Promotes healthy digestion 

  • Lowers blood pressure


  • Strengthen the immune and nervous systems

  • Improves energy levels

  • Supports memory function

  • Supports liver function

  • Lowers blood pressure

  • Promotes weight loss

  • Cleansing of heavy metals

  • Decreased physical stress

  • Protects organs–including the brain–from pollutants





  • Promotes endurance

  • Supports healthy liver function

  • Bossts energy

  • Improves sleep quality

  • Reduce inflammation

  •  Balances the nervous system

  • Relief from nausea, cough and cold

  • Decreased gas and bloating

  • Anti-inflammatory + antioxidant compounds

  • Acts as a natural anti-depressant


Stress Damage 101 :
Adaptogens to the rescue

What is General Adaptation Syndrome?

General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) describes the process your body goes through when you’re exposed to any kind of stress, positive or negative. It has three stages: alarm, resistance, and exhaustion.

If you don’t resolve the stress that’s triggered GAS, it can lead to serious physical and mental health problems.

The 3 Stages of General Adaptation Syndrome:

STAGE 1: Alarm Reaction Stage This is your body’s initial response to stress. The nervous system gets activated by the stressor. This is followed by a release of hormones: cortisol (stress hormone) and adrenaline (to increase energy). You may also know this stage as a Fight or Flight response. Common symptoms during this phase may include:Increased heart rate, rise in blood pressure, rapid breathing, trembling, dilated pupils, pale or flushed skin, heightened senses

STAGE 2: Resistance Stage In this stage your body tries to repair itself after the initial shock of stress. If the stressful situation is no longer present or you’ve dealt with the stress that caused the alarm, your heart rate and blood pressure will start to return to the pre-stress levels during this stage. However, if you haven’t dealt with the stressor, or, if the stressful situation continues, your body will not receive the clear signal that it can return to its normal state. This will mean the body will continue to release the stress hormones and blood pressure will remain high. Common symptoms during this phase may include: Bowel issues, headaches, sleeplessness, sadness, frustration, irritability, poor concentration

STAGE 3: Exhaustion Stage Prolonged or chronic stress will finally lead to the final stage of the GAS which is exhaustion. If you keep receiving stressors which you don’t relieve / deal with, the prolonged stress will drain your physical, emotional and mental resources to the point where your body is no longer able to cope with stress resulting in fatigue, burnout, decreased stress tolerance. Common symptoms during this phase may include: Weaker immune system, increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and other chronic conditions indluding mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety.

Examples of stressors that can trigger GAS include:

😓 Daily stress (such as pressure at school, work, or home)

😓 A sudden change in your life (such as losing a job, divorce, or illness)

😓Traumatic experiences (such as abuse, a major accident, and war)

Stress response with and without adaptogens

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Adaptogens Through the Ages ⏳

Although Adaptogens are only just getting the attention they deserve in modern times, they actually have a long, rich history of use across the globe in ancient civilizations that relied on the power of plants to care for their health. Countless historical texts and tales mention the use of specific herbs and plants that we’ve now coined ‘adaptogens’ in China, India, Africa, and North and South America. These plants were (and still are) considered magical and in most cases only available to royalty and high officials. Thanks to THEENK they’re now available for everyone!

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References Yance, D. R. (2013). Adaptogens in Medical Herbalism: Elite Herbs and Natural Compounds for Mastering Stress, Aging, and Chronic Disease. United States: Inner Traditions/Bear. Winston, D., & Maimes, S. (2007). Adaptogens: Herbs for strength, stamina, and stress relief. Inner Traditions/Bear & Co. Panossian, A., Wikman, G., Kaur, P., & Asea, A. (2009). Adaptogens exert a stress-protective effect by modulation of expression of molecular chaperones. Phytomedicine, 16(6-7), 617-622 Panossian, A., & Wikman, G. (2010). Effects of adaptogens on the central nervous system and the molecular mechanisms associated with their stress—protective activity. Pharmaceuticals, 3(1), 188-224. Panossian, A., Wikman, G. and Wagner, H. (1999). Plant adaptogens. III. Earlier and more recent aspects and concepts on their mode of action. Phytomedicine: International Journal of Phytotherapy and Phytopharmacology, [online] 6(4), pp.287–300. doi:10.1016/S0944-7113(99)80023-3. Suliman, N.A., Mat Taib, C.N., Mohd Moklas, M.A., Adenan, M.I., Hidayat Baharuldin, M.T. and Basir, R. (2016). Establishing Natural Nootropics: Recent Molecular Enhancement Influenced by Natural Nootropic. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, [online] 2016, pp.1–12. doi:10.1155/2016/4391375. Verywell Health. (n.d.). How the Body Reacts to Stress. [online] Available at:,thus%20increasing%20neuroplasticity%20%5B7%5D. Diagram: based on the General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) model created by David McQuillan and altered to highlight the impact adaptogenic herbs have on the GAS as studied by Panossian and Wikman (2010).

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