Why It Works

Science Just Gave Supplements an Upgrade

Oral absorption has been used in medicine for decades. But now the Molecular Spray System in Can-i Wellness oral sprays delivers powerful nutrition directly to the highly absorptive inner lining of your mouth. The capillary-rich tissues in your mouth then send the nutrition throughout the bloodstream quickly and efficiently. 

Can-i Wellness sprays offer biovailability. The active ingredients are already fully dissolved. This means the important vitamins and minerals do not need to be broken down once swallowed, but are immediately available for use by the body. 

There is no risk of a tablet getting stuck in your throat and no need to look for a glass of water to help swallow the pill.

It’s quite simply the world’s best way to supplement!

Why Can-i Wellness Sprays Are So Nutritionally Pure

 Only pure, natural vitamins and minerals can maintain the 90% absorption rate. No shellac, talc, waxes or coloring you find in pills and capsules. And because the spray is stored in an oxygen-free environment, there is no deterioration from air or light. That means you get the most nutrition in the smallest dose.

Ingredients that really work

Can-i Wellness oral sprays are USA-made and scientifically formulated with all natural, non-GMO, vegan ingredients. They’re also free of gluten, sugar and dairy. Best of all, they’re calorie free and taste great!

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Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin for the proper function and development of the brain, nerves, and blood cells, and it assists in helping to lower blood pressure and cholesterol. It also aids in synthesizing and metabolizing serotonin, which is responsible for regulating your mood.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is a vitamin that benefits the metabolism and central nervous system. It aids in turning food into energy and helping to create neurotransmitters, including serotonin. Vitamin B6 may also help to improve your mood and reduce symptoms of depression.

Caffeine

Caffeine contains compounds called chlorogenic acids. These provide antioxidant effects and can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol.

Astragin

Astragin​ has a positive effect on improving the body’s ability to absorb amino acids, fatty acids and vitamins. Astragin assists in increasing the assimilation of important amino acids, which increases nitric oxide levels in the body – which makes it a great pre workout enhancer, as it helps to optimize top physical performance.

Ubiquinol (CoQ10)

Ubiquinol is a strong antioxidant that helps to protect and keep cell membranes stable.

OTHER HERBAL EXTRACTS

Ashwagandha Root

Ashwagandha Root is often used for helping to calm the brain and help the body to resist physical and mental stress. Ashwagandha Root may also assist in reducing swelling and lowering blood pressure.

Green Tea Leaf

Green Tea Leaf contains healthy bioactive compounds that play a role in improving brain function and protecting the brain from aging. Green tea contains caffeine, which improves thinking and alertness. The caffeine also stimulates the nervous system and heart, which increases the release of neurotransmitters in the brain.

Rhodiola Root

Rhodiola Root is used to increase stamina, energy and strength capacity. It is also commonly used to help the body adapt to and resist physical stress. Rhodiola has healing properties that have been utilized for centuries. The extract from rhodiola can help protect cells from damage.

Beet Root Juice

Beet Root Juice can help to boost stamina, which can aid in athletic performance and working out for longer periods of time. It also helps in reducing soreness and pain post-workout, as it helps to decrease swelling. Beet juice is rich in nitrates, which help to lower blood pressure and improve blood flow.

Mango Fruit

Mango Fruit contains Vitamin C which aids in iron absorption and increases muscle repair time and muscle growth.

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Vitamin A

Alcohol depletes vitamins such as Vitamin A, which is important for a strong and healthy immune system.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E contains antioxidants that help to protect cells from damage caused by alcohol consumption. Vitamin E is important for vision, and the health of your blood, brain and skin.

Vitamin B1

Vitamin B1 supports the reduction of hangover symptoms by balancing blood sugar levels and replacing some of the B vitamins lost from drinking.

Vitamin B3

Niacin is essential for maintaining the metabolic processes in your body which are also key in breaking down the components of alcohol.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 assists in the cellular uptake of magnesium. It also creates more neurotransmitters that help to regulate your mood and balance emotions, which may be disrupted through alcohol use.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is an important vitamin for helping to manage your mood. Alcohol depletes B12 levels and research suggests a strong correlation between low levels of B12 and heightened rates of anxiety.

Niacin

Niacin is essential for maintaining the metabolic processes in your body which are also key in breaking down the components of alcohol.

Glycine

Glycine helps to slow alcohol absorption and supports the detoxification of alcohol, helps you hydrate, and supports liver health. Research indicates that glycine aids in lessening day-time tiredness and sleepiness and improves cognition.

L-Cysteine

This compound is the #1 hangover fighter, chiefly because it boosts natural levels of glutathione, the antioxidant responsible for breaking down acetaldehyde. It also reduces inflammation. This compound is key to metabolizing alcohol.

Thiamin

Thiamin is an “anti-stress” vitamin and strengthens the immune system, which may weaken after a night of drinking.

Rosehips

Rosehips contain a rich source of Vitamin C, which is depleted when you drink. Rosehips are also packed full of antioxidants, which help support a healthy immune system and reduce inflammation and pain.

OTHER HERBAL EXTRACTS

Oat Leaf

Oat Leaf​ has many health benefits which include reduced inflammation, improving brain function and mood. It is high in iron and zinc – which can improve brain health, insomnia, stress and inflammation. All together the many properties can help you to recover and get back to yourself faster!

Licorice Root

Licorice root relieves common hangover symptoms related to digestion, nausea and bloating.

Passion Flower

Passion Flower Leaf is often used for pain management and pain relief, as well as for help with anxiety and stressful events – as it has many anxiety reducing effects.

Schizandra

Schizandra is used for stimulating the immune system, normalizing blood sugar and blood pressure and speeding up recovery times. Schizandra berry is beneficial for increasing alertness, energy and stamina, while resisting disease and stress. It has also been shown to provide liver support.

Ginger Root

Ginger root contains properties that may reduce inflammation as it contains antioxidants that prevent stress and damage to the body’s DNA. Research suggests that ginger can play a positive role in managing nausea and inflammation – two common side effects of alcohol consumption.

Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo biloba helps to improve blood circulation, helping the brain, eyes, ears and legs to function stronger. Gingko biloba improves blood flow to the brain, and acts as an antioxidant. Research shows Gingko biloba can also enhance memory, cognitive speed and perceived well-being. Japanese studies have discovered that gingko biloba seeds help the body process alcohol much better!

Parsley

Parsley is rich in many antioxidants including Vitamin C, which helps to reduce the risk of serious health conditions. Parsley leaf also may aid in improving digestion and increasing appetite – perfect for helping a hangover!

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Vitamin B1

Vitamin B1 is an essential vitamin for balancing blood sugar levels, which plays a significant role in reducing anxiety levels. B-complex vitamins are often referred to as an “anti-stress vitamin”, as it aids in strengthening the immune system and improving the body’s ability to conquer stressful situations.

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3 is an essential vitamin for the synthesis of serotonin, which has been proven to help with anxiety. Research indicates that Vitamin B3 works in the brain in ways that are similar to anxiety medications. B-complex vitamins are often referred to as an “anti-stress vitamin”, as it aids in strengthening the immune system and improving the body’s ability to conquer stressful situations.

Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5 plays a role in supporting the body’s adrenal glands, which help to reduce stress and anxiety levels. B-complex vitamins are often referred to as an “anti-stress vitamin”, as it aids in strengthening the immune system and improving the body’s ability to conquer stressful situations.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 shows several anti-stress benefits, as it assists in the cellular uptake of magnesium. Vitamin B6 can help to improve your mood, reduce symptoms of depression, and help with emotionality – as it helps to create more neurotransmitters that help to regulate your mood. shows several anti-stress benefits, as it assists in the cellular uptake of magnesium.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is an important vitamin for helping to manage your mood. Research has suggested a strong correlation between having low levels of B12 and heightened rates of anxiety. Therefore, sufficient B12 intake is crucial for managing anxiety.

L-Theanine

L-Theanine helps to ease anxiety, stress, reduce insomnia, meanwhile improving mental function. The intake of L-theanine can aid in significantly reducing anxiety symptoms.

Folic Acid

Folic Acid works with Vitamin B12 to help the body break down, use, and create new proteins. Folate and Vitamin B12 work great together for balancing out hormones that are related to feelings of stress and anxiety, or depressive moods.

Thiamine

Thiamine works with Vitamin B12 to help the body break down, use, and create new proteins. Folate and Vitamin B12 work great together for balancing out hormones that are related to feelings of stress and anxiety, or depressive moods.

Niacin

Niacin is used by your body to convert food into energy and is required for the function of fats and sugars within the body to maintain healthy cells. Increased levels of Niacin in the body can also aid in easing depressive or anxiety symptoms.

Pantothenic Acid

Pantothenic Acid is a vitamin that is required to support the body’s response to anxiety and panic instances. The body’s adrenal glands require pantothenic acid for the production of the stress hormones, in response this helps to reduce your stress and anxiety levels.

OTHER HERBAL EXTRACTS

Magnolia Bark

Magnolia Bark has been used for centuries traditionally for treating anxiety, depression, and headaches. Magnolia bark activates receptors in the endocannabinoid system, and reduces adrenaline and other stress hormones, such as cortisol.

Lemon Balm Leaf

Lemon Balm Leaf is a part of the mint family, and is considered a calming herb. It has been used for centuries to decrease stress, reduce anxiety, enhance sleep and ease indigestion discomfort.

Lavender Flower

Lavender Flower assists in creating a relaxing and calming feeling, without having a sedative effect. Lavender flower helps to reduce anxiety by affecting the body’s fight or flight response.

Passion Flower

Passion Flower is primarily used for many sleep and anxiety problems. It is often used for pain management and pain relief. Studies suggest that Passion Flower Herb has strong effects on reducing anxiety and enabling calmness.

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Melatonin

Melatonin is used to adjust the body’s internal clock, most often to treat insomnia and improve sleep. Melatonin is often used to help the body regulate its day and night cycles.

5-HTP

5-HTP helps to raise serotonin levels in the brain, which causes a positive effect on sleep, mood and anxiety. Serotonin is then converted in the body into melatonin – which helps regulate sleep-wake cycles and helps to normalize sleep patterns. 5-HTP has been found to help with falling asleep quicker and staying asleep longer.

GABA

GABA helps to reduce mental and physical stress, ease anxiety, promote a calm mood, and induce sleep. GABA allows the body to relax, fall asleep, and stay asleep.

Cramp Bark

Cramp Bark is often used to treat insomnia and anxiety, as it is known to promote relaxation and sleepiness. Cramp Bark provides a calming effect on the nervous system, and is often used as a mild sedative to reduce nervous tension.

OTHER HERBAL EXTRACTS

Feverfew

Feverfew aids in pain and inflammation. Many individuals use FeverFew before bed due to its painkilling and anti-inflammatory properties, which helps to make falling asleep easier and faster.

Skullcap Whole Herb

Skullcap Whole Herb is a plant that is used to help with insomnia, anxiety, inflammation, and nervous tension. The chemicals in skullcap whole herb can help by preventing swelling and inflammation and can often cause drowsiness.

Passion Flower Herb

Passion Flower Herb is primarily used for many sleep and anxiety problems. It is often used for pain management and pain relief. Studies suggest that Passion Flower Herb has strong effects on reducing anxiety and enabling calmness; most often used by individuals with insomnia to help promote relaxation before bed.

Valerian Root

Valerian Root is a herb that is most often used for sleep disorders, especially insomnia, and is often used to treat psychological stress and anxiety. Valerian root acts as a sedative on the brain and nervous system.

Gingko Biloba

Gingko Biloba helps to improve blood circulation, helping the brain, eyes, ears and legs to function stronger. Research suggests that consuming ginkgo biloba within an hour before going to bed can help to reduce stress, enhance relaxation and promote sleep.

Hops

Hops are most often used for anxiety, insomnia and other sleep disorders, tension and restlessness. Research has found that Hops have sedative effects and tend to improve quality of sleep.

Peppermint Leaf

Peppermint Leaf produces great calming effects. It is often used to assist in muscle and nerve pain, anxiety symptoms, indigestion and IBS.

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