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wojo nutrition liquid dietary supplements

Finally! A full line of liquid supplements from a company that’s not part of some multi-level marketing and autoship scheme!

I don’t just hate swallowing pills, I’m terrible at it. That’s why I greatly prefer powders and liquids. But they’re so hard to find!

Fortunately, a new company called Wojo Nutrition has released a line of liquid supplements that come in convenient single-serving pouches.

The WojoENERGY, wojoFOCUS, and WojoCALM formulas are available right now, with wojoSUN, wojoWELL, and wojoMOOD coming soon.

They sent me samples of WojoCALM, the one that sounds most intriguing! The goal of this one is to relieve stress and help you remain calm. Others give you energy, sharpen your brain, provide Vitamin D, etc.

No matter which one, the packaging is interesting. It’s like a pack of gum that contains a string of single-serving plastic vials.

wojo calm in vials

It’s so simple. When you need a dose, just snap one off, then twist off the top. You simply add it to your favorite beverage (such as coffee, tea, almond milk, fruit juice, or water) and drink.

The Wojo supplements sell for $6.49 for a 5-pack or $34.99 for a 30-pack, so yeah, they’re on the expensive side. About $1.30 each. I could find pills with similar formulas for about half that price. Even the Voke Tabs, which are convenient, chewable tablets, are only $1 each.

But we’ll see how it works and that will determine if it’s worth the money!

wojo calm box

Wojo Calm

If you see me in the lead up to a big race, you’ll probably notice I’m stressed. I get stressed out a lot. For years, stress and anxiety were my biggest obstacles to shedding body fat (not to mention general health and well-being).

I managed to diagnose and fix most of the issues, but there are still plenty of situations where I’d like to calm down. Maybe a hectic day, maybe a job interview. It sounds ideal for the evening before a big race if you get pre-race jitters. It could help you relax and sleep better.

It’s not a quick fix for a panic attack or something like that, but for typical stresses of life.

The Calming Formula

While I’ve taken all these substances separately, I’ve never had a formula exactly like this.

I already know that I like ginseng, I like theanine, and I like B vitamins, so I like the sound of WojoCALM.

What makes this really interesting, almost puzzling, is that ginseng is normally used in energy supplements. And you don’t normally consider those to be calming in any way!

The theanine, which comes from green tea, is what you’d expect for calming. But maybe Wojo combined everything just right!

WojoCalm Taste Test

There’s not much flavor, and that’s the point.

In plain water, you can tell something is different, but it’s not a terrible taste. I chug it though – no reason to sip on something unless it’s excellent.

In any other drink that has some flavor of its own, the taste of WojoCALM disappears. (Not just the taste, but also the color! Which is nice, because when mixed into plain water, it looks like a urine sample!)

wojo calm single serving tube

The Calming Experience

This is one of those supplements you take, then you forget that you took it, and about 30 minutes later (like magic), you feel it. Or at least that’s how it went for me!

The first day I used it, I took it at 6:00 pm, when I was pretty wound up. (This was after a few days of testing a potent energy supplement that made it very challenging to calm down and relax!)

Promptly at 6:30 pm, this wave of calm serenity just washed over me. It was weird, odd, and surprising, but very, very welcome!

It was sort of like having a good, strong beer, except without getting dizzy, drowsy, or tipsy! πŸ˜‰

It’s pretty awesome. The calming just sort of happens; you don’t know what hit you. But it doesn’t slow you down or make you lethargic. On the contrary, you feel surprisingly good.

I was fully alert, my mind was sharper, and I was happier. Jovial would be a perfect word to describe me after taking Wojo Calm. I felt better in every way.

It’s certainly going to be one of my favorite supplements!

Is There Anything Better Out There?

I’m not sure. There’s my favorite tulsi tea, which is also calming, and less expensive.

Really, though, they’re both great! The tea is cheaper, so it makes for a good part of your daily routine. But the WojoCalm is more convenient – it’s easy to carry anywhere with no brewing required.

This surely beats the BioTerra Gahh supplement I was taking the prior year. Not that it didn’t work, but that taking it too often would simply make me tired. WojoCalm was more consistent and reliable!

My final verdict is…

I can only speak to WojoCalm right now, but it’s really good. I have high hopes for the rest of the lineup.

If you suffer from mild anxiety, get stressed easily, or have trouble sleeping, try WojoCalm. Even if it’s just a rare situation like the pre-race jitters once or twice a year, it’s definitely worth having some on hand!

Official website: www.WojoNutrition.com

Product Review Details
Company: Wojo Nutrition
Product: Wojo Nutrition WojoCalm
Reviewed by: Coach Levi
My Rating: 4.0 out of 5
Date last updated: 2016-02-13
Obtained Product: Free sample from company.
CoachLevi.com Advertiser: No.

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  1. ‘What makes this really interesting, almost puzzling, is that ginseng is normally used in energy supplements.’

    here ya go, Coach:

    different types of ginseng …

    American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius): This tan, gnarled root contains ginsenosides, which are thought to be responsible for many of its medicinal properties. Chinese medicine, which has used ginseng for thousands of years, considers American ginseng a “cool” calming tonic.

    Asian ginseng ((Panax ginseng): Sometimes referred to as Korean ginseng, Asian ginseng also contains ginsenosides, although in different proportions than American ginseng, and is considered an adaptogenic herb. According to Chinese medicine, Asian ginseng is a “hot” stimulant.


    • @Dar

      Thanks for the reminder! Upon closer inspection, this indeed contains “American ginseng” rather than “Asian ginseng” which is what I thought it said at first glance.

      Always pay close attention to the fine print! πŸ™‚

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