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Today’s world is stressful. To withstand the negative effects of stress, the body relies on the adrenal glands, which produce stress response hormones and help the body regulate mood, energy, and the immune system. Excessive, prolonged stress can lead to adrenal insufficiency, meaning the adrenal glands are trying their best but can’t keep up. Adrenal insufficiency is associated with fatigue, immunosuppression, impaired blood sugar control, and other issues.

Ojas Adrenal is a synergistic blend of vitamins, minerals, and adaptogenic herbs intended to support the adrenal glands in properly regulating mental and physical performance, energy, mood balance, immune function, and stress response.

Ingredient Highlights


  • Adaptogen (helps the body adapt to and withstand stress)
  • May support focus, concentration, and memory
  • Native to India and a staple in Ayurvedic medicine

Holy Basil

  • Adaptogen (helps the body adapt to and withstand stress)
  • May improve mental clarity
  • May boost vigor and vitality (your ojas!)


  • Adaptogen (helps the body adapt to and withstand stress)
  • May boost the immune system
  • May improve alertness

For full ingredient list, see Supplement Facts photo.

This supplement is vegan/vegetarian friendly, non-GMO, and has been third-party tested as free from gluten, soy, wheat, corn, eggs, dairy, yeast, citrus, preservatives, artificial flavor, artificial color, starch, and sugar.


Adults: Take 1 capsule 2-3 times daily with food, or as directed by your health care practitioner.

Consult a health care practitioner before taking if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Studies & References

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Cohen, M.M. “Tulsi—Ocimum sanctum: A herb for all reasons.” Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine. Vol. 5, No. 4 (2014): 251–259. Chemical Toxicology Vol. 40, No. 10 (2002): 1525–1527. PMID: 25624701

Khan, B., et al. “Augmentation and proliferation of T lymphocytes and Th-1 cytokines by Withania somnifera in stressed mice.” International Immunopharmacology Vol. 6, No. 9 (2006): 1394–1403.

Lopresti, Adrian L. PhDa,b,∗; Smith, Stephen J. MAa,b; Malvi, Hakeemudin MBBS, MDc; Kodgule, Rahul MBBSd. An investigation into the stress-relieving and pharmacological actions of an ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) extract, Medicine: September 2019 - Volume 98 - Issue 37. PMID: 31517876

Padayatty, S., et al. “Human adrenal glands secrete vitamin C in response to adrenocorticotrophic hormone.” The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition Vol. 86, No. 1 (2007): 145–149.

Panossian A, Wagner H. Stimulating effect of adaptogens: an overview with particular reference to their efficacy following single dose administration. Phytother Res. 2005 Oct;19(10):819-38. doi: 10.1002/ptr.1751. PMID: 16261511

Seungyeop Lee, Dong-Kwon Rhee. Effects of ginseng on stress-related depression, anxiety, and the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis. Journal of Ginseng Research, Volume 41, Issue 4, (2017): Pages 589-594.

Yaribeygi, Habib et al. “The impact of stress on body function: A review.” EXCLI journal vol. 16 1057-1072. 21 Jul. 2017. PMID: 28900385