Tips för att varva ner under semestern

Tips for unwinding during the holidays

The long-awaited vacation is here, and it is important that we take care of ourselves and rest properly! Here are some tips to really relax and enjoy your well-deserved time off:

  • Let go of work stress - Try to leave work-related thoughts and give yourself permission to really relax.
  • Less screen time - Give yourself a digital detox, try to set limits on technology use.
  • Meditation or Mindfulness - practice reducing stress and getting a calmer mind.
  • Enjoy nature - take walks in nature, to relax and clear your mind.
  • Healthy Smoothies - Magic Mind contributes to you getting more energy as well maintains normal cognitive functions of the brain; focus, memory and concentration.
  • Relaxing reading - Treat yourself to a book and just relax. Don't put so much pressure on yourself!


Magic Mind can help fight fatigue, improve your memory and increase your focus. It gives the brain a boost and contains:

  • Beetroot (50%) - Beetroot is packed with important nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. One of the most impressive health benefits of beets is their ability to lower blood pressure and promote healthy heart function. Beetroot contains naturally occurring nitrate, which is converted into nitric oxide in the body.
  • Moringa (20%) - Moringa is exceptionally nutritious not to mention its leaves which contain more than 90 different nutrients in the form of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, omega fats and phytonutrients. It's a great way to support your energy levels
  • Lion's Mane (10%) - It is rich in antioxidants and is used for the function of the immune system. Lion's mane is a so-called nootropic. Nootropics can have the ability to affect our mood in different ways. Especially for the lion's mane, it can give focus, power and energy. It is believed to be able to affect cognition and contribute to better memory and concentration. . 
  • Apple (10%) - ÄApple is a fiber-rich fruit that promotes healthy digestion and regulates bowel movements. It is also a good source of vitamin C, which strengthens the immune system.
  • Blueberries (8%) - Blueberries contain a lot of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that have the job of protecting against various diseases. Eating blueberries has been shown to be gentle on the stomach because it helps maintain a normal balance in the stomach.
  • Black pepper (2%) - Black pepper is not only one of the most used spices in the world but also has a number of health benefits. Among other things, it is good for digestion, increases nutrient absorption, has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits and improves blood sugar control.


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