Supports long-haul travel
Supports your sleep-wake cycle to promote healthy energy, mood and digestion.
Contains Vitamin C, Zinc and Cordyceps mushroom to protect against oxidative stress commonly caused by travelling and confined cabin spaces.
Contains Magnesium and NADH to optimise energy levels and support disrupted sleep cycles.
Promotes mental wellbeing
Supports cognitive function to combat feelings of stress, soothe nerves and promote mental wellbeing.
An essential complex for people on the move, supporting energy levels and immunity and promoting recovery from long-haul travel.
Natural real food ingredients
No added fillers, binders or synthetic nutrients
Formulated by our Nutritionist & Founder
Free from milk
Free from common allergens
Yes, you can. This is a great pick-me-up formula for energy levels, particularly if you are moving through an especially tiring time.
Yes, this formula contains Ginger to support digestion, which can often be affected by stress, airport or plane food and the cabin environment.
How to take our Food-Grown Wild Traveller
Take 2 capsules in the morning the day before you travel. Take a further 2 capsules on the day you travel, then 4 capsules on arrival at your destination. If you wish to sleep when you arrive at your destination, delay the arrival dose by taking it the following morning instead. If you wish to stay awake, then take the arrival dose as normal. For extra long haul (more than 6-8 hours of flight time), we recommend you double all of the doses for intensified support. Repeat this on your return journey. Children under 12 may take a half dose.
Works well with
Can be taken in combination with any of our Food-Grown Daily Multi Nutrients, KSM-66 Ashwagandha Plus, Food-Grown B Complex Plus and Food-Grown Immune Support.
How to take it
With or without food. Our nutrients are made from food, so you don’t need to take them with a meal.
What goes in
7 key nutrients including...
- Vitamin C for antioxidant protection & immunity
- Magnesium to calm nerves and relax muscles
- Zinc to help your brain stay on track when changing time zones
- NADH [a type of Vitamin B3] for energy and recovery from fatigue
- Pine Bark is an oxygenating plant
- Ginger root extract to soothe
- Cordyceps Sinensis powder for physical resilience
What stays out
We never use...
- Added fillers or binders
- Artificial preservatives or colourings
- Wheat, gluten, rye, oats or corn
- Synthetic nutrients
A note from our Founder & Formulator
Why take our Wild Traveller
Ingredients & Nutritional Information
Our Wild Traveller natural ingredients
Vitamin C and Bioflavonoids incorporated in citrus pulp, Mineral enhanced Lactobacillus bulgaricus providing Zinc and Magnesium, French maritime pine bark extract (Pycnogenol®), Reduced Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NADH), Ginger root extract, Cordyceps Sinensis powder and Heat treated brown rice powder, Vegetable Cellulose (capsule shell).
Cautionary advice: If you are taking medication or under medical supervision, please consult your healthcare practitioner before taking any food supplement. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. Food supplements are not to be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
*NRV = Nutrient Reference Value
mg = milligram
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