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Ingredient Spotlight: Asparagus Stem Extract

Ingredient Spotlight: Asparagus Stem Extract

When we set out to create a supplement to re-sync our circadian rhythm and help the world sleep better, we were adamant about finding the right natural ingredients for each solution. Every ingredient we chose and every formulation we developed was because of scientific research conducted on how our internal clocks function. We have six main ingredients that make up our patent-pending Circadian Timing Blend found in each of our products: ETAS (Enzyme-treated asparagus extract), Curry Tree Leaf Extract, Citrus Polymethoxylated Flavones, including Nobiletin and Tangeretin, Zembrinâ, Ashwagandha extract and Black Turmeric extract. Each ingredient plays a unique and vital role in helping our bodies get back into sync. We highlight each of our ingredients on our website here but today we’re digging a little deeper into the asparagus extract.

Asparagus, as a food

Asparagus is packed with vitamins including A, C, E, K and B6, as well as folate, iron, copper, calcium, protein and fiber. A true superfood! It is said to help with urinary tract infections, ease bloating, cure hangovers, help control diabetes and more.

Asparagus, as a supplement

Made from asparagus, the ingredient found in RestoreZ is ETAS or enzyme-treated asparagus extract. It is known for its anti-stress and anti-inflammatory benefits. ETAS helps re-sync your circadian rhythm and optimally modulates our sleep-wake patterns.

Why we chose it

In short, we chose ETAS because of its balancing effects on sleep. Whether you sleep too little, too light or even too long (sleep hangover), ETAS helps restore balance with the regulators that keep our sleep cycles synchronized. Asparagus supplement benefits include an increase in the quality of sleep, helping us feel better rested.

Fun facts about asparagus

  • Asparagus is part of the lily family.
  • China, Peru and Mexico are the leading producers of asparagus.
  • The majority of asparagus grown in the U.S. is in just three states: California (70% or 50,000 tons per year), Washington, Michigan.
  • It is believed that Queen Nefertiti proclaimed the vegetable to be the food of the Gods.
For more information about ETAS and its usage in RestoreZ visit our ingredients page.