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Are all your products gluten-free?
Yes, and they always will be.
Is your facility 100% gluten-free?
Yes, and always will be.
Is your facility peanut free?
Yes, and always will be.
Help! I only received part of my order!
This is common for orders containing multiple items. We have stock in Austin, Texas, and Amazon fulfillment centers around the US. Due to stock availability and proximity, orders will sometimes ship separately. If you do not receive your order within a day or two of each other, please let us know so we can investigate it!
When will X Wild product be back in stock?
We are a small company and growing. One of our most significant obstacles is keeping a consistent supply of inventory. As a result, we often sell out of certain products.
We are getting better at keeping up with and gauging demand. If you would like to know when a specific product will be back in stock, you can shoot us an email, and we'll be able to give you an estimate.
Where is the milk from?
Wild Whey is made from the dairy milk of Australian dairy cows that graze year-round on lush green organic pastures. Our cows are humanely treated and happy cows that are a blend of A2 and A1 (A2 whenever possible). Breeds are a mix of Holstein and fewer numbers of Guernsey.
What does "non-denatured, native whey protein" mean?
"Native" means that the whey is made directly from milk and not from cheese, the way most protein powders are made. When whey is made from cheese curds (a byproduct of the cheese-making industry), the milk is twice "denatured," meaning it is twice pasteurized and processed. This processing and denaturing, often done with harsh chemicals and mechanical methods, breaks down the milk product during each step, resulting in less nutrition and killing almost all of raw milk's beneficial biologically active components.
There is little regulation in whey protein manufacturing, but as a general rule, if your whey is cheap, tastes like chalk, and is full of all kinds of artificial sweetens and fillers, you shouldn't put it in your body. Your body is not made to consume foodstuffs that have been heavily processed this way.
Many of the big brand whey protein companies get the denatured leftover cheese curds from cheese manufacturers for pennies. This is how they can afford to charge so little for their protein powder. When it comes to whey protein, you get what you pay for!
Does Wild Whey have casein? I'm sensitive to casein.
Wild Whey contains less than 1% casein. We've had customers in the past with sensitive to casein yet totally love Wild Whey and find they tolerate it well.
How much lactose is in Wild Whey?
Wild Whey contains trace amounts of lactose.
What is cysteine, and why is it beneficial from non-denatured whey protein?
Cysteine is a sulfur-containing amino acid found in foods like poultry, eggs, dairy, red peppers, garlic, and onions. It works as an antioxidant in the production of collagen (a component of hair, skin, and nails) and is also used in the body to create glutathione, another important antioxidant.
Cystine, formed from two cysteine molecules joined together, is more stable than cysteine, but may not be absorbed. This amino acid is also a component of hair, skin, and nails. However, there is no evidence that supplementing with cystine improves hair, skin, or nail health, and it is rarely used as a dietary supplement.
What type of package does the 2.5lb, and 5lb Natural sizes come in?
Our bulk natural whey options come in recycled kraft paper bags and metallic food bags with a resealable ziplock top.
What beneficial nutrients are found in Wild Whey, compared to typical whey protein?
Check the graph to the right showcasing the comparison of the vital immune boosting, regenerative, and glutathione-producing proteins in Wild Whey.
Is Wild Whey Organic?
While the product is not certified organic, the cows, milk, and how it is made are up to (beyond, in many cases) organic standards. Our dairy cows graze on open organic pastures in Australia and are never administered growth hormones or antibiotics. The main reason for the lack of organic certification is the cost of certification for the farmers (and us) and the fact that it wouldn't improve the product yet would drastically increase the price.
Is this mixable without a blender? I have read that it isn't good for maintaining its properties.
You can also use a blender but at low speed. And if you have other ingredients, like in a smoothie, just pulse or blend on low, and it's okay. It's the high-speed, high-heat that can damage the beneficial nutrition in the whey!
What happens to the casein naturally found in the milk?
The filtration process separates the whey from the casein. There are only trace amounts of casein in Wild Whey.
Are the plastic containers BPA-Free?
Yes! Our 1.3lb Plastic Jars are BPA-Free food safe HDPE plastic containers.
The recycled kraft paper and mylar bags in other sizes are also BPA-Free.
How many carbs are in a serving?
2 grams per serving.
Do the cows live and graze in open pastures?
They sure do! They roam on large organic grass pastures in Australia, humanely treated, and never administered antibiotics.
Why do you use gum acacia in your whey?
Gum acacia/gum arabic is used as stabilizers in the food industry and helps the mix-ability of the protein.
It is a natural product derived from the sap of acacia trees.
It is also used in pharmaceuticals as a demulcent (relieves inflammation and irritation). It is used topically for healing wounds and has been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria and plaque in the mouth.
Does this product contain branched-chain amino acids?
Does this product contain fiber?
It would be on nutrition facts if it were included.
What do the natural flavors consist of?
These are proprietary ingredients to protect the recipe. They are all-natural and pass our quality check for our sourcing standards.
Concentrate, isolate, or hydrolysate?
Is the wild whey whole30 approved or compliant?
The natural unflavored would be compliant, while the flavors that have stevia are not.
How long have we been making wild whey?
We’ve been selling Wild Whey since founding the company in 2015.
Wild Whey - Do you have a measure for the serum albumin and other components of wild whey besides amino acids?
These are tested once a year to ensure they are present, but they are not tested to produce a standardized level to share
Can you please also tell me if your whey is filtered twice to remove sugar (lactose) and casein?
Yes. There’s less than 1% casein in the final product. And you can see sugar content on the label.
What is the amount of C8 to C10?
Wild MCT has naturally occurring fatty acids Caprylic Acid (C8:0) 50-60% and Capric Acid (C10:0) 34-35%!
Where is Wild MCT sourced from?
Wild MCT is made in the US from coconut and palm kernels sourced from sustainable sources in Southeast Asia. Due to availability, our manufacturer buys from various sources depending on availability in the area, but each farm/producer must show sustainable farming practices before we buy from them. As you know, Palm deforestation is a significant problem over there. We would never support anyone contributing to this problem.
Why do you use palm in your MCT?
We buy palm and coconuts from small sustainable producers. The palm helps get the ideal ratio and increases the consistency of the product. By supporting small producers that grow palm sustainably, we do much more for sustainable palm industry than simply not buying palm at all.
Can you cook with Wild MCT?
Heck yes you can! Wild MCT is a staple in the Wild kitchen. It is safe for low to moderate heat cooking and baking. It's also the perfect base for salad dressing.
What does it taste like?
Absolutely nothing. Just a plain, flavorless, odorless oil. In fact, that's one of its very selling points. Because coconut oil sometimes imparts a coconut flavor onto anything it touches, Wild MCT helps you get the medium-chain triglycerides and all their benefits into your diet and recipes without the coconut flavor (and a higher smoke point).
What are pharmaceutical standards?
Organic refers to the use of certain chemicals and synthetics in the growing process of an ingredient.
Pharmaceutical grade is a grade of high quality, purity, and processing method that meets pharmaceutical standards and is often verified by an outside party (like USP), for example. USP provides a rigorous third-party certification to ensure consumer trust in the manufacturing and quality control of certain drug products and supplements. Our MCT is USP verified.
Is Your MCT Oil Hexane Free?
It sure is! No solvents or harsh chemicals are used.
Is your MCT oil organic?
MCT oil can't be certified organic due to the nature of the ingredient and the way the oils are fractioned off to produce a blend of c8 and c10 fatty acids. There is no organic MCT oil in the world.
That said, our oil is made from only sustainable coconut and palm fruit sources and is pharmaceutical grade and made in the US.
What is the difference between your glass bottle MCT and your plastic bottle MCT?
The main difference is the inclusion of c12 - lauric acid - in our 16oz BPA-free plastic bottle size. Our glass bottle is a blend of just C8 and C10 fatty acids, while our MCT #2 is a blend of C8/C10/C12. The C12 makes it a bit more potent for skincare, haircare, oil pulling, and anything relating to external body use. The C8/C10 is better used as a fuel for things such as butter coffee, protein shakes, and the like. Both are great for all uses, but each will give an added boost for the purposes mentioned above!
Why is this MCT oil way more expensive than the other MCT oil brands at $20 for 16oz vs. around $20 for 32oz for different brands?
We cannot speak about other brands' actions since we don't know their process. What I have learned, though, is that you get what you pay for when it comes to food and ingredients. Bulk MCT that is cheap is almost always cheap for a reason: non-sustainable practices, cheap over-farmed ingredients, chemical treatment, lack of quality control and testing, and so on.
Our MCT is sourced directly from small farmers that grow sustainably and organically. We also use the highest quality fractioning process without using chemicals like hexane.
It reads “from coconut oil/palm kernel oil. Palm kernel oil raises cholesterol. I thought I was getting MCT from coconut oil, as in my brands before. Many people think it has the same health benefits and the same components, but it doesn’t really.
Palm oil does not raise cholesterol the way you are suggesting. This has been thoroughly debunked. All of the fat = bad has also been debunked. Since returning would be a waste of product, time, and money, how about we do a 50% refund, and you can keep and use the product still. Try cooking on low to med temps a bit here and there so you can get use out of it. MCT oil is harsh on the gut and can cause GI issues that can lead to nausea if used too directly or in too large quantities.
Lauric Acid is a good thing. Why does our Wild MCT specifically not include it?
Our blend is c8/c10 only. C12 is a longer chain and not ideal for an MCT oil since MCT’s goal is to be fast digesting.
How many cups of tea does it yield?
We recommend about 3g of tea per 6oz cup of tea.
For most teas, 3g equals a heaping teaspoon.
There are 28g in one ounce, so there are ~9 cups of tea per ounce if using the leaves only once.
Of course, we recommend 2-4 infusions on average, depending on the type of tea.
In this case, multiply 7 X total ounces X number of infusions to get the total cups of tea per purchase.
What's the difference between a kettle and a teapot?
Use a kettle to boil water and a teapot to brew and serve tea.
How much caffeine is in tea?
Herbal teas are caffeine-free. These include all rooibos teas, spearmint, peppermint, hibiscus, lemon balm, and most herbal teas using whole ingredients.
What is the difference between first and second harvest Matcha?
The 1st and 2nd harvest relate to the part of the plant used. The first harvest uses only the small and delicate leaves and buds and, as a result, produces the best and purest flavor. The 2nd harvest, while having the same nutritional content, uses the more mature leaves and parts of the leaf stems, which results in a slightly more astringent taste. That said, the taste difference between 1st and 2nd grade Wild Matcha is ever so slight - so slight you might not even be able to tell the difference!
Where does Wild Matcha come from?
Our organic certified Wild Matcha is grown on a small team farm on a foggy mountainside in Ujitawara Town, Kyoto. Harima-en Tea Factory Co. Ltd. started its business in 1901 and has won 12 awards for its matcha and organic and sustainable farming practices, three of which are from the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture.
How is Matcha made?
The tea leaves used to make Wild Matcha are known as Tencha. They are delicate shade-grown tea leaves. Being shade-grown increases the leaves' chlorophyll and amino acid content and contributes to the sweet grass flavor indicative of high-quality matcha. The tea trees are covered under cloth to protect the leaves from sunlight for 20 days before harvesting to make the tea greener and tastier. Finally, the hand-picked tea leaves are steam-dried over time before being carefully stone-ground into a fine green powder.
How much caffeine is in matcha?
There is about ~33mg per 8oz cup of matcha if using 1.5g or 1/2 TSP of matcha powder. Double that if using 3g or 1 tsp.
Can you drink Wild Matcha as regular tea and not just use it in smoothies and shakes?
Yes! Matcha is traditionally prepared via the "tea ceremony," a traditional Japanese cultural activity in which matcha is prepared with hot water. Matcha wasn't used in food and drinks until later on. Either way, you are consuming wildly fantastic nutrition!
When making a Wild Matcha smoothie, do I use matcha in powder form, or do I need to prepare it in some particular way?
You can just drop it right in and mix or blend it however you mix smoothies! That is the easiest and most often used way. You could also experiment with creating the initial matcha concentrate with 4oz of hot water, whisk it through, and then add this to any desired beverage. This would be option #2.
If you are already blending a smoothie, I'd say just add it before the final blend, maybe a few quick pulses, and you are good to go!
How many servings?
A serving is typically one teaspoon (or a bit less or a bit more).
This comes out to an average of ~1.5g per TSP. Based on that, here are our matcha serving sizes:
Wild Matcha #2 - 4oz = 74 Servings
Is this product tested for impurities, heavy metals, or other contaminants since green tea takes up a lot of nutrients (good and bad) from the soil?
Every product is tested for heavy metals and must undergo a Certificate of Analysis to be considered safe for public consumption.
The serving size on the package reads 1/2 tsp. How many mg of EGCG per serving size?
They can do the math or use a scale if they want exact amounts. It's not something we test for.
What is the best way to store coffee?
Keep it stored away from light and heat in an air-tight container. Don't refrigerate your beans; only freeze them if you don't plan on using them soon. Then make sure you triple-wrap them.
Why are the beans oily?
The darker the roast, the more you will see the shiny coffee oils on the exterior of the beans. This is a sign of freshness as most mass-produced coffee, because it is stale, does not have these yummy coffee oils on the beans, as they have dried out. The more you roast a coffee bean, the more you draw out the coffee oils that are inside the bean. Lighter roasts still have the oils inside the beans, making them look "dry," while the darker roasts will shimmer with wonderful and shiny coffee oils on their exterior.
Do you test for mold?
We don't - in a lab, that is. Our beans are freshly roasted locally in Austin, Texas. They are Organic, Fairtrade, and single-origin. They are also mainly wet processed (Sidamo is dry processed on raised beds). In our extensive human tests, mold or toxins have never been an issue with our beans, even when we've tested consuming beans stored for two months in the cabinet!
What is the best way to brew Wild Coffee?
First, always fresh grind your beans. This is a must.
Second, brew with whatever method you prefer; Chemex, French Press, Moka Pot, Pour-over, Cold Brew, etc.
Here are some of our favorite tools:
What is butter coffee?
Butter coffee is a cup of coffee blended with healthy fat in the form of MCT oil and pastured butter (Kerry Gold brand is our favorite). Not only does this taste yummy (recipe here), but it provides all-day energy from the healthy fats. It's an excellent method for morning fasting as well.
Peru Light, isn't that Light?!
Yep... we've struggled with this one. Our roaster has started roasting Peru Light closer to a medium because we have found that it just tastes so much better and brings out so much more of the delicious characteristics of the Peru bean.
We are actually on the hunt to find a great bean to light roast. Until then, Peru Light is more like "Peru Light Medium."
How much water do I use per pouch?
Use 24 ounces of water for a smooth, delicious, ready-to-drink cold brew coffee. You can dilute this brew with another 4-6oz of water to suit your taste. (But really, we don't recommend that!)
What makes cold brew coffee different from regular coffee?
Here is our article on cold brew. Check it out!
How do I brew with your Wild Cold Brew pouches?
Check out the animated GIF on the right! Remember this simple formula: 24 + 24 = 24 Hours + 24 ounces of water in a covered container in a cold fridge, and you have a delicious cold brew Wild Coffee!
How long does Cold Brew last in the fridge after brewing?
While we recommend you consume your cold brew within 3-5 days of brewing, it keeps pretty well for extended periods. We can't recommend anything beyond two weeks because the flavor will deteriorate, but in our tests, it still tastes pretty darn good when left in the fridge for a long time!
Where can I get fresh, already brewed cold brew?
What are the ingredients in your Wild Vanilla Powder?
Nothing but 100% whole ground vanilla beans!
What are the nutrition facts for Wild Vanilla Powder?
What grade vanilla beans do you use for your vanilla powder?
Grade A Madagascar beans only!
Has your vanilla power been roasted or exposed to high temperatures?
It has not been roasted or exposed to high temps. The whole vanilla beans are slow dried and then carefully ground into a fine powder.
How many vanilla beans are used to make the powder?
About ~12-14 whole vanilla beans are used to make 28g/1oz.
How much vanilla power do I use for recipes?
We recommend about 1/2 TSP per 1 TSP of vanilla extract called for in a recipe. Of course, you should experiment and always err on the side of using less as this is a very potent product, and a little goes a long way!
How can I use vanilla powder in recipes?
You can use Wild Vanilla Powder in countless ways. It is great in recipes—soups, stews, roasts, rubs, eggs, etc.—and perfect for adding some delicious vanilla flavor to shakes, smoothies, and coffee! *If you use it in plain coffee, note that it won't completely dissolve. This is not a powdered extract, so it doesn't dissolve like those cheap powders you find everywhere. Wild Vanilla Powder is made from entire ground vanilla beans and is not meant to dissolve in liquid completely!
How many servings?
1oz = 7 TSP servings
2oz = 14 TSP servings
3oz = 28 TSP servings
When not used for a recipe, you will rarely use 1 tsp at a time unless you use it for a larger baking recipe. This product is best used like a fine sea salt; a pinch or two here and there to liven up recipes!
Is this product fermented?
No, it's raw.
What form does the cocoa butter come in?
Cocoa Butter Wafers: Come in wafer discs that are easy to melt, cook, and add to Butter coffee and chocolate beverage recipes. Raw, Organic, Unrefined (non-deodorized), Fair Trade certified, and mixed-origin from South America and West Africa, depending on availability.
How do I use cocoa butter?
Wild Cocoa butter is a versatile product most commonly used for skin and hair care products. But it's also a fantastic food product, one of the most stable fats in the world, in fact, and is what gives chocolate its smooth and silky chocolate flavor.
Is your cocoa butter processed in a nut-free facility?
It sure is! All of our chocolate products are processed in a facility that is 100% FREE of the top 8 major food allergens: Milk, Tree Nuts, Eggs, Wheat, Fish, Peanuts, Shellfish, and Soybeans.
How much cocoa butter is in the wafers?
There are about 2-3 wafers per TBSP. Each wafer is about 2-3g. That ends up being about 17-22 calories and about 2-3g of pure cocoa butter fat per TBSP.
Multiply these numbers by 4 to get 1/4 cup. 3 Wafers per TBSP, 4 TBSP per 1/4 cup, about 45-48 per cup.
What country is the cocoa butter derived from?
Are these free from Tree nuts, gluten, rice bran, or peanuts?
Yes, but it also depends on whether or not it was used on share equipment. Sometimes the manufacturers will process something like this on the same equipment. though they do sterilize equipment quite well.
What is the powder on the cocoa butter made from?
There is no powder. it is cocoa butter. Nothing but cocoa butter
Is the cocoa roasted to make the butter?
the cocoa is fermented and then PRESSED to get the cocoa butter out.
What is the difference between Wild Chocolate powder and cocoa or cacao powder?
No difference! Wild Chocolate Powder is a natural, non-alkalized cocoa powder made from single-origin cacao nibs.
Is there caffeine in cocoa powder?
Yes. There is about ~10-12mg of caffeine per 1 tbsp of chocolate powder.
Is this cocoa or cacao powder?
It's both! While some people like to claim there is a difference between the two, there isn't. There is no actual defined difference between cocoa and cacao powder. That said, most brands call their dutched powder "cocoa." Since ours is natural processed (not dutched or alkalized), you can call it cocoa, cacao, natural cocoa, or whatever you want. It's just pure chocolate awesomeness!
Milk or peanuts where it is processed?
This product is 100% cold processed cacao powder. PERCENT refers to chocolate bars that refer to the amount of bar that is pure dark chocolate. This is 100% dark cocoa powder.
What percentage of USDA organic dark cacao? Other brands show may 65%, 75%, 80% to 100 good for health/heart issues if over 70%+
This product is not dark chocolate… It is raw cocoa, so 100% cocoa powder. % is in association with dark chocolate.
How many mg of flavanol per serving?
0 carbs in tea; we don't sell this anymore, so who is asking? If it's an amazon question, ignore it. We don't measure flavanol per serving.
I was looking at the cocoa powder. It says metal tested. I am allergic to nickel. Is the product considered metal free?
Inquire from the supply chain for a response, then type here.
Where does your Himalayan Pink Salt come from?
Our unrefined Himalayan Pink salt is mined from under the Himalayan mountains in the Salt Range that begins in Northeast Pakistan and stretches approx. 186 miles from the Jhelum River to the Indus River. Our salt vendor in the region is registered with the FDA and overseen by the Pakistan Mining Development Corporation, which ensures no child or slave labor of any kind is used, provides miners with fair wages and medical care, and promotes education.
What are some notable uses of Himalayan Pink Salt?
You can use Wild Himalayan Pink in any recipe, or as you would normally use regular salt.
We recommend using our fine-grain Himalayan Pink salt for general cooking and recipes. It will soon become the most used salt in your kitchen!
What are some of the benefits of Pink Salt?
The reason pink salt is pink is due to the natural mineralization found in the salt. With over 80+ trace minerals and electrolytes, unrefined Himalayan Pink Salt is one of the most nutrient-dense salts in the world.
Salt is a necessary ingredient to the human body, so you want to ensure you are getting pure salt from a reputable source, considering how much salt we all regularly consume that is less than stellar.
Is Your Pink Salt Refined or Processed?
Our Wild Pink Salt is not refined and is 100% natural, organic, kosher, pure, and origin-certified. It's one of the best Himalayan Salts you're going to find.
What are the approx. levels of EPA/DPA/DHA in 1 serving (1000mg) of the menhaden fish oil?
The approx. ratio of omega-3s in our Wild Fish Oil are - EPA: 108mg/g - DPA: 21mg/g - DHA: 95mg/g.
So in 1x 14g serving: EPA: 1512mg, DPA: 294mg, DHA: 1330mg.
How is the fish oil processed?
Our fish oil is molecularly distilled and is 100% naturally occurring in triglyceride form.
Is your fish oil tested for heavy metals and mercury?
It sure is! Wild Fish Oil is tested multiple times throughout the production process. Also, it has to pass all COA analyses before each batch is shipped to market.
Our supplier also owns the actual fishing boats that supply the fish and thus controls the entire supply chain. Finally, we use menhaden and not the more common anchovy, sardines, and mackerel that are over-fished and often have issues with rancidity and higher levels of mercury.
By using molecular distillation, heavy metals that might be prevalent in the fish are removed and what's left is pure, clean oil. Also, with menhaden fish, which this product is 100% derived from, these small fatty fish replenish so quickly (which is why they are sustainable) that the fish are rarely in the water that long and thus have a shorter total lifespan which reduces heavy metal toxicity tremendously. Typically, the bigger the fish, the more exposure to heavy metals. Hope that helps
Where are the “natural flavors” from the Wild Fish Oil? Vanilla bean? Liquid extracts with sweeteners?
Our Wild Fish Oil's "natural flavors" are derived from vanilla beans!
Is your fish oil tested for mercury levels?
Every product is tested for heavy metals and must undergo a Certificate of Analysis to be considered safe for public consumption.
What exactly is molecular distillation?
OMEGA-3 Molecular distillation is a process of purification applied to the OMEGA 3 (fish oil) to purify it!
What form of omega-3 is used in this product? TH, EE, or PL?
Does the amount of DPA in a standard dose of this supplement equal or exceed the RDA?
DPA does not have a specific RDA. It usually falls under the omega-3 category, which includes EPA/DHA/DPA. DPA is also a recently discovered omega-3.
Fish Oil is known to cause acid-reflux symptoms for some users. If I mix liquid fish oil with tomato juice, will the acidity pose a problem?
It's not something we can guarantee. Also, we haven't noticed any issues with acidity. Chase with water or tomato juice, and it should be fine.
Is this cold pressed? Extra virgin?
It is cold processed molecularly distilled.
Not pasteurized with heat?
NO fish oil is not pasteurized. It is raw.
Amount (IU) of D vitamin per teaspoon?
There is no Vitamin D in our fish oil.
We do not use sulfites.
Are the mixed tocopherols in this product sunflower or soy-based?
Can you please tell me what part of the fish your capsules are made from? I am pregnant & read that oil from meat (flesh) is safe, but not from the liver.
Our fish oil is whole body; these are small fatty fish, so the entire fish is used. They are also tiny fish. Which part of the liver is she concerned with? You can show her what's on the label if it's vitamin A content.
What is the molecular distillation process?
They can learn more about the process here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molecular_distillation
What is the % of truffle in the Wild Truffle salt?
The ratio is between a 6-10 to 1 ratio of truffle to sea salt. It depends on many factors as the variability in truffles also vary.
What are the ingredients in your Truffle Salt?
Ingredients: Sea Salt, Dried Truffle, Natural Truffle Flavor
Are these Ingredients organic and non-GMO?
Yup. 100% non-GMO and entirely organic.
How can I use Wild Cocotropic?
Sip it hot like hot cocoa, or blend it with your butter coffee brews or protein shakes. You can also bake with it!
Does the Chaga in the Cocotropic come from sustainable sources?
Chaga is wild harvested from China/Tibet areas. So it is wild and sustainable.
Why did we choose to use cocoa versus cacao?
It is the same thing. It is a cold process, non-alkalized cocoa/cacao.
Is cocotropic keto-friendly?
Yes, very low carbs and low net carbs.
How much of each ingredient is present in the mix?
Unfortunately, this is a unique blend. Therefore a proprietary mix (secret mix).
How much of each ingredient is present in the mix? Is it an even split between the lava, chaga, Lion's mane, turmeric, etc.?
Mushrooms are an even mix, but turmeric is lower.