Boost Tablets

Boost Tablets


Abundant Energy & Focus

Product Details

Modern life has a way of wearing on us. When our energy level is dragging, it’s tempting to use caffeine, energy drinks or prescription stimulants. But these can cause jitters and using them too long can lead to a lull or crash. The smarter and more sustainable way to boost your energy is with natural antioxidants and amino acids. The non-stimulant Boost formula supplies your body with raw materials it needs to make fuel. It contains:

  • ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is the body’s main, natural energy “currency.” Boost contains pure, activated ATP and also an extract of cordyceps – a Tibetan fungus whose extract was found to increase animals’ ATP levels over 18%.1 

  • Astaxanthin, the powerful antioxidant that gives salmon the power to swim upstream and leap over waterfalls, has almost 6,000 the protective power of Vitamin C and it may reduce exercise fatigue.2 

  • Saffron can improve muscle strength and mood.3,4 

  • L-carnitine is an amino acid that helps the body “burn” fat into energy and it may help reduce physical and mental fatigue.5 

  • Taurine is essential for muscle function and supplementing it may increase exercise performance.6 

Boost also contains Ayurvedic herbs that increase focus and guggul extract to help support the production of thyroid hormones,7  which are key regulators of metabolism and energy levels. 

Each bottle of Boost contains 30 tablets. 

How to Use It

As a dietary supplement, take 1 tablet one to two times daily − as needed.

Boost is a healthy alternative to coffee or energy drinks and can help support athletic performance or activities that require alertness. 

Active Ingredients:

  • ATP

  • Astaxanthin

  • Olive leaf extract

  • L-Carnitine

  • L-Taurine – 5mg

  • Saffron extract – 1mg

  • Nutmeg

  • Sandalwood oil – 500mcg

  • Himalayan orchid (dactylorhiza hatagirea)

  • Holy basil (ocimum tenuiflorum)

  • Guggulsterones (commiphora mukul extract)


  1. J Altern Complement Med. 2001 Jun;7(3):231-40.

  2. J Nutr Biochem. 2010 May;21(5):381-9.

  3. J Diet Suppl. 2016;13(5):522-9. 

  4. J Affect Disord. 2018 Feb;227:330-337.

  5. Nutrients. 2018 Mar 13;10(3). pii: E349.

  6. J Cardiol. 2011 May;57(3):333-7.

  7. Life Sci. 1999;65(12):PL137-41.

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