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SLX - Throat Health Elixir

SLX - Throat Health Elixir

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The result of 2 years of research & development, and tested with people who use their voice for a living, from public speakers, to Las Vegas Performers, to Grammy Winning Artists; the SLX Throat Health Elixir. This adaptogenic elixir was designed to not only support the entire respiratory system, but also help to restore overall balance within the entire body.

True health and wellness is the byproduct of all systems working optimally. The union of nature’s greatest adaptogens, Chaga and Matcha, work very hard to keep your body balanced, energized and destressed - no matter what the situation. They adapt to your needs, allowing your body to perform optimally, help build endurance and help to accelerate your body’s natural healing process!

To craft this one-of-a-kind Throat Elixir we combined Chaga and Matcha with respiratory-supportive herbs that have been used throughout time to support vocal and throat health. They include Slippery Elm, Licorice Root, Sea Buckthorn, Manuka Honey, Marshmallow Root, and Ginger. Together they create a healing synergy where every herb works at its highest potential for the throat to help your vocal health and vocal quality.


Organic Vegetable Glycerin, Wild-Harvested Alaskan Chaga Mushroom, Organic Lion's Mane Mushroom, Organic Reishi Mushroom, Organic Cordyceps Mushroom, Organic Turkey Tail Mushroom, Organic Maitake Mushroom, Citric Acid

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Does not require refrigeration. Store in a cool, dry location.

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The Octave

The great 8 of vocal health have been brought together to elevate the health and quality of your voice. Whether you use it to speak or to sing, we want to make sure it performs at its best for you.

How do you use Shroom Juice?

We often hear this question. The Answer? Any way you want! It's versatility both in application and flavor, allow it to be added to nearly any food or beverage you want! Whether by itself right off a spoon, mixed in your bottle of water, added to your coffee instead of sugar, blended into your smoothie, added to your muffin or pancake batter, squeezed into your cocktail or drizzled over your salad; It truly is your nuitrition, your way.

The Great 8 of Vocal Health

  • Chaga Mushroom

    Chaga is the king of medicinal / functional mushrooms. Found in the frozen birch forests of Alaska & Siberia, Chaga has been used for thousands of years by the native Inuit people to help them survive their brutal winters. Chaga has over 215 beneficial compounds, 14 of which are found nowhere else in nature and it is the most potent antioxidant ever discovered. Chaga is a “smart” superfood (also known as an adaptogen), that works with your body like a mechanic, to heal, balance and give your body exactly what you need. Chaga boosts the immune system, regulates digestive issues, relieves stress, promotes weight-loss, balances hormones and provides incredible energy, focus and vitality.

  • Japanese Ceremonial Matcha

    Ceremonial Grade Matcha is in the green tea family but it has gone through a 5-year growing process. The leaves are ground into a fine powder. You would have to drink over 40 cups of steeped green tea just to come close to the amount of antioxidants and nutrients in 1 serving of Ceremonial Matcha. The star of Matcha is L-Theanine, found almost exclusively to this plant. The L-Theanine crosses through the blood-brain barrier and supports cognitive function. Theanine is also responsible for slowly releasing the alkaline caffeine over 3-4 hours throughout the body.

    Matcha stimulates the brain and assists with focus, clarity, stress and helps to manage depression. It provides energy and endurance for hours, aids in digestion, balances hormones and boosts the immune system. Matcha also increases the metabolism and the body’s ability to break down stored acidic fats. Like Chaga, Matcha is a powerful adaptogen and works with the body to find your inner balance.

  • Manuka Honey

    Native to New Zealand, this honey contains antibacterial properties making it unique to any other honey. Traditionally used for wound healing, soothing sore throats and improving digestive issues, Manuka coats the inner lining of the throat causing a soothing and healing affect. Its antiviral and antibacterial properties can reduce the inflammation of a sore throat and attacks the bacteria which causes the pain. Also beneficial in suppressing coughs. 

  • Slippery Elm Bark

    Native Americans used the bark from the slippery elm tree to heal sore throats, wounds and fevers. They found that when the bark is mixed with water it creates a sticky material called mucilage which becomes even more therapeutic, healing and soothing to everything it touches. This is why a concentrated extraction of slippery elm is so beneficial to the throat and bronchial tract because it sticks to the throat, coats and heals. Plus, it is soothing for coughs and heals upper respiratory infections.

  • Sea Buckthorn

    Sea buckthorn or sea berry, is a species of deciduous shrub native to Europe and Asia. The shrub typically grows up to 10 feet tall and produces small, orange-yellow berries which have a tart flavor. The shrub is often found growing in dry, sandy soils along coastlines, as well as in mountain forests and shrub lands.

    Sea buckthorn berries are rich in vitamins C and E, as well as phytosterols, which are beneficial for human health. They are also high in antioxidants and trace minerals, making them a powerful health-promoting food. Sea buckthorn berries are known to possess anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and anti-cancer properties. They are also used in skincare products to aid in skin healing and rejuvenation. The berries are often used to make jams, juices, teas, and other health-promoting products.

  • Marshmallow Root

    Marshmallow has been used for millennia as an edible food and for its soothing properties. Known throughout the ancient Egyptian, Arab, Greek, and Roman cultures, this herb has been used continually for at least 2000 years. In traditional folk practices it was given to soothe and moisten mucous membranes of the respiratory, digestive, and urinary tracts, and also as an external poultice. This plant has been used in beverages, desserts, candies, cosmetic creams, and was the "root" of the original marshmallow confectionery. Marshmallow root provides natural mucilage that supports, soothes, and moistens mucous membranes of the respiratory, digestive, and urinary tracts.

  • Ginger Root

    Ginger root is a flowering perennial plant native to southeastern Asia. It grows in warm and humid climates and is widely cultivated for its edible rhizome, or underground stem. Ginger has a long history of use in traditional medicines and is prized for its many health benefits. It is a natural anti-inflammatory, has been known to ease nausea, and has been used to treat a variety of digestive issues. Ginger root is also high in antioxidants making it a great natural way to boost the immune system. It is a versatile ingredient used in a variety of dishes and drinks, from savory to sweet. Whether fresh, dried, or powdered, ginger root can add a spicy, earthy flavor to any recipe.

  • Licorice Root

    There are more than 300 compounds in this root, many of which have antiviral and antimicrobial properties. Traditionally used as a sore throat remedy, licorice reduces inflammation within the cells in the upper GI tract.  Licorice is specifically healing to the respiratory system, aiding with Coughs, asthma and bronchitis.