What is Bliss?

One Eleven Bliss is a potent adaptogenic elixir made from the finest wild-crafted herbs from the tribes of India that assists with stress and anxiety, enlivens bliss chemistry and unity in meditation and helps to support deeper sleep.

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Why you need it

Feel blissful during the day and cruise through your day’s demands, find new depth in your meditations and sleep more deeply at night. Bliss contains Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Tulsi and multiple other potent adaptogenic herbs that work synergistically to have a calming effect on the nervous system and assist in pacifying an over-active mind. We call it ‘Bliss’, because for thousands of years these herbs have been taken by meditators to increase bliss chemistry in the brain and enliven the experience of unity. Bliss is designed to have a rejuvenating effect and supports healthy energy levels throughout the day but can also be taken before bed for a deep restful night’s sleep. It is also helpful for restoring calm during any stressful situation.

Who it's for

Bliss is for anyone looking to restore a sense of calm and steady consistent energy to their day, to function at peak levels from the state of flow. Bliss is also helpful for people experiencing stress, anxiety, or performance anxiety. It's also loved by meditators all around the world due to its ability to increase bliss chemistry in the brain during meditation, pacify the nervous system and assist with deeper restorative sleep. Bliss can be added to coffee to reduce its negative and stimulating effects.

  • Stress & Anxiety
  • Emotional & mood support
  • Increasing bliss chemistry in meditation
  • Enlivening a sense of unity
  • Pacifying the nervous system
  • Sleep support
  • Steady, clean energy
  • Reducing the negative effects of coffee

Key Benefits

Stress Relief

There’s no doubt that stress is the leading cause of chronic conditions today, and on some level, we’re all experiencing it. This has seen a recent rise in the popularity of adaptogenic herbs, as a way we can access the power of nature to stop stress wrecking havoc on the body. One Eleven Bliss contains multiple adaptogens like ashwagandha,shatavari and tulsi, blended with other potent herbs that pacify the nervous system  to support you in managing stress and the demands of daily life. 

The potent herbs in Bliss nurture the body at such a deep level that it acts before the symptoms arrive, preventing stress from manifesting into disease. 

Choosing and Adaptogen

An adaptogen is a herb that helps to counteract the effects of stress on the body. But, not all “adaptogens” are created equal. One Eleven Bliss contains true adaptogens that respond to your body’s needs at any given time. That’s why its rejuvenating properties boost energy in the morning, and because it is not a stimulant, supports deep restful sleep when taken before bed.

While most stress-fighting adaptogens have hidden stimulating properties, few claim the ability to rejuvenate rather than stimulate.

Before choosing your daily adaptogen, take the product before bed. If you cannot sleep after taking it, it may be a stimulant in disguise, (e.g. ginseng) and not a pure enough adaptogen to be taken daily.

Mental Calm & Clarity

One Eleven Bliss helps provide you with optimal clarity, focus and to stay on top of your game throughout the day be enhancing your capability to perform optimal neurological, mental and physiological functions.

Having a strong presence of Prana in the head equals strong stability in the mind. Bliss achieves this by increasing your adaptation energy to whatever stressors come your way, providing you with the capability and space to metabolise stressors and various sensory stimuli before they become imprinted in your brain.

Bliss contains a wonderful combination of vata pacifying herbs like ashwagandha, yathimadhu, kala musali, amalaki, guduchi, bhrami, gotu kola, useera, chandan, and tulsi. These herbs combined stabilise the nervous system and help regulate excessive thoughts or worries that an overactive “vata mind” may be causing as well as help pacify overactive heart palpitations that may be induced by vata (excess movement in the heart and nervous system).

Bliss provides calm and strength while pacifiying an over-active mind by balancing the prana (life-force) in the head, known as “Prana Vata”, which controls all movements in the head (pathways of thinking, cognitive action, hormonal secretions, thoughts). It regulates these factors along with the central nervous system and life-force residing in the head. 

Pacifies Anxiety

Bliss is helpful for restoring calm during any stressful situation or sensations of anxiety, including performance anxiety. During experiences of overwhelming emotions like anxiety, panic or anxiety attacks, Bliss may provide assistance in helping to restore the experience of calm and balance. Mukta bhasma is powerful here as it energises the nerve endings and almost immediately activates the nervous system, settling the nervous system down.

For best results, enjoy One Eleven Bliss regularly to help prevent the body from falling into these states of nervous system distress and acute stress, worry or anxiety, rather than just in the moment itself.

Some other complementary and highly effective ways to reduce and prevent and reduce feelings of anxiety in combination of taking Bliss daily include meditation, self-massage, and nutritious warm cooked foods.

Pacifies Overwhelming Emotions and Nourishes the Heartspace

Bliss pacifies the “fire in the heart”, known as “Sadhaka Pitta.” It helps “cool down” heated emotions like anger, tension, frustration, irritability and jealousy.

The combination of pitta-pacifying and cooling herbs like yasthimadhu (liquorice), amalaki, brahmi, mustaka, vetiver, sandalwood, gotu kola and mukta (pearl ash) have a calming and anti-inflammatory effect.

As well as soothing the energetic heart space and cooling down intense emotions, the combination of Mukta (pearl), Amalaki, Gotu Kola and Arjuna helps create strength for the physical heart for optimal pumping and respiratory function. 

Chandan (sandalwood) has a nourishing effect on the sensory organs which results in a pleasant sensory experience according to Ayurveda (known as “Ahladana”). Chandan in combination with other herbs like guduchi, gotu kola, brahmi, ashwagandha, mustaka is used in Ayurveda to calm an aggravated nervous system, help with depression and even heated irritation in the head and eyes like headaches.

More Blissful, Deeper Meditations

One Eleven contains herbs that have been taken by thousands of years by meditators for spiritual purposes, enhancing spiritual capacity, enlivening unity by opening up the physical channels and increasing bliss chemistry in meditations for a more harmonious and deep meditation experience.

The initial reason Bliss was formulated over 100 years ago by a family of Ayurvedic doctors was to assist Rishis and Yogis to go deeper in their meditations and spiritual practices. This is achieved in One Eleven Bliss due to the unique combination of “medhya” herbs - herbs that enhance the intelligence. It is the complex combination of herbs like Brahmi, Gotu Kola, Chandana, Guduchi, Yasthimadhu, Mukta Bhasma,Tulsi and more that enhances the mind-body connection. This allows the body to effortlessly follow the mind and consciousness into the levels of transcendence with the least friction possible. 

Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) is known as “Amrit” which means nectar of immortality. It provides this subtle nutrition to the pranic (potent life-force energy) aspects of the physiology. Guduchi is also known as “Chinnodbhava” which means “able to grow even when cut.”(1) Guduchi is so full of life energy (“Prana”) that it has the ability to grow even without soil or water. 

Traditionally, great yogis and sages have been known to live without food or water, but rather pranic energy from the air and sun alone and in some cases, the only thing to enter their mouths have been only a few sacred herbs like Guduchi

The leaves of tulsi contain potent prana by those who consume even the water that drops from a tulsi leaf (this is why tulsi is powerful medicine for the respiratory tract).(12-15)

Chandan (sandalwood) is one of the key herbs for spiritual practice. It has a specific effect on Ajna Chakra (third eye / pineal gland) which creates a harmonious quality in meditations.

There are multiple mind and intelligence enhancing herbs in One Eleven bliss, but it is the synergy of all the herbs combined which creates a formula that optimises the state of the nervous system, creating a deep harmony with the subtle layers of physiology which ultimately  helps provide one with the perceptual capacity to commune with the divine layers of the cosmos. 

Other ways to enhance spiritual experiences and deepen your meditations in combination with taking One Eleven Bliss include doing alternate nostril breathing (pranayama) before meditation, eating food that’s easy to digest allowing for a greater feeling of lightness of Being, enriching your Vedic knowledge, practicing self-abhyanga and meditating before sunrise and/or at sunrise and sunset.

Supports Deeper Sleep

One Eleven Bliss contains adrenal-rejuvenating herbs that support your body to reduce and regulate cortisol (your body’s stress hormone) at night time to promote deeper, more restorative sleep.

When the body has the capacity to reduce cortisol according to the circadian clock (bed time), melatonin (the anti-inflammatory hormone of darkness that is responsible for regenerative sleep) is able to increase.

This balance of reduced cortisol and increased melatonin at night, which the body itself is able to regulate with the additional combination of the adaptogenic herbs used in One Eleven Bliss helps one to wake up feeling well rested and over time will basically make you want to jump out of bed with energy in the morning. Imagine that!

Increases Vitality and Immunity

One Eleven Bliss nourishes the heart which increases a subtle bio-liquid substance called Ojas in the body. Ojas is related to promoting immunity, vitality, lustre and reproductive power. When Ojas is strong, these areas of your biology are strong.

The combination of Chandan, Guduchi, Arjuna, Amalaki, Gotu Kola and Ashwagandha plus other herbs in 111 Bliss builds the essence of the body tissues which nourishes the vitality in the heart, which (Ojas) then circulates throughout the body.

These heart nourishing herbs combined with Ojas boosting herbs like Aswagandha, Kala Musli, Guduchi, Tulsi, Mukta Bhasma and Chandana help increase overall immunity and reproductive essence.

Another name for Kala Mulsi (Curculigo orchioides) is “Sankari” which translates to “causes production of sukra (reproductive tissue).” This along with ashwagandha, tulsi and chandan enhance libido and vigour. 

Guduchi is one of the most powerful herbs to boost the immune system. Another name for Guduchi is “Amrit”, which literally translates to “immortal”. This name is given because of Guduchis fantastic immune modulating actionswhich helps protect from disease and promote longevity. Tulsi has been shown to enhance the immune response in humans, which stems from a stable reserve of Ojas.

Once you have an adequate reserve of Ojas established, it then creates kapha, the stable bio-energy in the body which promotes immunity, overall strength and stable brain function.

Other ways to nourish and build ojas include eating a diet of fresh organic food, drinking high quality, prana-filled water, self-massage, giving love, consuming ojas-increasing foods like milk ghee and honey, and taking rasayanas (ayurvedic herbal elixirs) because they can build ojas faster and more effectively than most foods.

Promotes Brain Health

Once you have built a sufficient and healthy reserve of Ojas, it then spreads throughout the body and builds kapha. Kapha is a liquid and earth dominated bio-energy in the body that functions to uphold the coherence and structure of the body in a stable way.

One of the areas Kapha resides is in the brain. This is called “tarpaka kapha” and is correlated with cerebrospinal fluid, the glymphatic system (brain lymph) and brain fluids and lubricants.

111 Bliss enhances the health of Tarpaka kapha, preventing dryness of the brain which ultimately causes neuro-degenerative disorders like Alzeimers and Dementia.

The mind-enhancing and nervous system soothing effects of Brahmi are glorious. Brahmi provides micro-capillary dilation: it helps open the capillaries in the brain so you can absorb mitochondrial and pranic energy. This is how Brahmi helps to improve memory, learning ability and concentration.

Brahmi in combination with Gotu Kola, Tulsi, Ashwagandha and Arjuna and other Bliss ingredients helps to aid recovery from exhaustion, stress and debility. The combination of “medhya” herbs in Bliss, (herbs that increase intelligence) have been shown to support people living with ADHD, Asperger’s syndrome, autism, depression and drug addiction.

The brain strength that One Eleven Bliss helps to provide also enhances coherence and connectivity of neurotransmitters and neurological function. This also creates a stable and grounded mind. Bliss promotes a healthier brain and stable mind to enhance memory, intelligence and alertness.

Other ways you can support your brain health include using Nasya oil, using Ghee in your diet, self-massage with oil application and massage to the scalp, and meditation.

Why we created it

We are obsessed with Bliss here at One Eleven, being passionate meditators.This formula was originally created by wise masters in India over 14 generations ago, and these herbs have been enjoyed by meditators for thousands of years, increasing bliss chemistry and enlivening a sense of unity in meditation.

Chronic stress is the root cause of so many illnesses today. Knowing that stress in the world is at an all time high, we brought Bliss to you to help take the edge off and restore a sense of calm to your nervous system. It's our dream to see everyone enlivening more and more bliss in their daily lives, eyes closed and eyes open.

How to use

Take 1/4 teaspoon in any hot drink any time you like through the day, and/or twice a day before meditation for a more blissful experience. Add to your morning coffee to neutralise some of the over-stimulating effects of caffeine. Can be taken as needed during any stressful situation for support.


Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

What is it?

Ashwagandha is a root herb whose name in sanskrit literally translates to “the smell of a horse”. Ashwa or aśva means horse and gandha means smell. This demonstrates Ashwaghanda’s ability to help provide the strength of a horse - physically, sexually, and perhaps mostly profoundly, mentally. 

Ashwagandha is well revered in Ayurveda, and is also becoming increasingly recognised in modern science, to significantly reduce stress, especially in chronically stressed humans.

This adaptogen energises the body when it needs it during the day, & calms overactive nerves for easy and restful sleep at night. It has a herbal intelligence that increases or decreases stress hormones like cortisol depending on the body's need at any given time.

Key benefits:

  • Aids in deeper more restful sleep
  • Helps increase melatonin
  • Helps to reduce stress & cortisol
  • Helps with anxiety
  • Helps regulate emotions & mood
  • Helps reduce inflammation in the body
  • Enhances immunity
  • Optimizes brain function
  • Adapts to the body's needs
  • Increases strength & resilience
Yasthimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Yasthimadhu, otherwise known as liquorice root is a sweet cooling herb that has tasty nourishing effects on the body and mind.

Key benefits:

  • Nourishes the nervous system
  • Assists in strength and resilience to stress
  • Rejuvenating effect
  • Counteracts fatigue
  • Calms the mind and enhances consciousness
  • Helps improve eye health
  • Enhances skin health & lustre
  • Aphrodisiac, enhances libido
  • Improves hair health
  • Assists the respiratory system
  • Aids digestion
  • Reduces fluid retention
  • Has a beautiful sweet taste
Kala Musli (Curculigo orchioides)

This tropical herb has a deep rejuvenative effect, with the ability to nourish the mind, nervous and reproductive tissues. Kala Musli is revered in Ayurveda to nourish the deep tissues of the body.

Its sweet, heavy and unctuous nature coupled with its cooling energy contributes to classifying it in Ayurveda as a Rasāyana (longevity promoting elixir).

This mixed with herbs of similar qualities like Yasthimadhu increases immunity, reproductive power, a blissful state of mind (“Ojas”) and helps to prolong life.

Key benefits:

  • Aphrodisiac & libido
  • Supports men's hormonal health
  • Supports women's hormonal health, ovulation and expressing divine feminine energy
  • Supports stability of the mind and body
  • Cooling and soothing to the kidneys
Amalaki (Phyllanthus emblica)

Amalaki, otherwise known as the Indian Gooseberry, is not only considered by many to be Ayurveda's most potent fruit, but Amalaki is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda that is used extensively in formulations. 

According to studies, the average Amla fruit (22.5gm) contains 121mg of vitamin C. The average orange (130 grams) has about 70mg of Vitamin C. So one little Amla berry is packed with more vitamin C than the orange, which a 5.8 times bigger fruit. So, Amalaki has 10 times the amount of vitamin C than an orange when we measure equal weights of both fruits! 

Key benefits:

  • Anti-ageing and antioxidant properties
  • Longevity & immunity
  • Aids digestion
  • Assists with healthy metabolism
  • Balancing & consciousness expanding effect
  • Promotes hair health
Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri)

Brahmi derives its name from two main Sanskrit roots in Vedic culture: “Brahman” - the Vedic term for “Totality” or “Absolute consciousness", and “Brahma” - the divine operating agent in nature that creates. Thus, Brahmi has the capacity to restore Absolute consciousness and enhance supreme creativity. Its mind enhancing and nervous system harmonising effects are glorious. 

Brahmi is a creeping watercress herb that loves to spread along the banks of rivers and bodies of waters. Similarly, our awareness and creativity spreads and expands amongst the reservoirs of our pure consciousness when we take Brāhmi.

Key benefits:

  • Helps improve memory, learning ability & concentration
  • Aids recovery from exhaustion & stress
  • Rejuvenation and longevity
  • Promotes bone health
  • Supports deeper more restorative sleep
  • Supports nervous digestive disorders (constipation or indigestion due to stress or anxiety)
  • Improves the clarity and the pleasantness of the voice
  • Aligning speech with cosmic intelligence
  • Supports skin health
Mustaka (Cyperus rotundus)

Mustaka has a powerful ability to create a cool harmony anywhere in the physiology. Its bitter taste and cooling effect is fantastic to balance pitta dosha, which governs inflammation and heat in the body and mind. It also pacifies the nervous system, helping calm down “hot-headed” emotions like anger, frustration, jealousy.

Even for those who don’t experience these “fiery emotions”, Mustaka enhances mental coherence and a state of calm by stabilising ones mental state from all the chaos and stress that is occurring in environments.

What's so unique about Mustaka that along side of this deep calming, relaxing and stabilising action, it also has a pungent stimulating taste which stimulates laziness, states of inertia and depression and sluggish digestion and constipation - so basically it helps slows down a busy mind and hyper-active physiology while ensuring things don’t slow down too much. 

Combined with other mind-cooling herbs used in this formula like shatavari, vetiver, brahmi, gotu kola, amalaki, yasthimadhu and pearl, the ability to calm the mind and pacify the nervous system is greatly enhanced. 

Key benefits:

  • Aids digestion & gut health
  • Cooling effect on the mind and body
  • Promotes menstrual health
  • Helps to regulate toxins, inflammation and excess heat
  • Assists with PMS, nervous tension & menstrual pain
Usira (Chrysopogon zizanioides)

Uśīra is a root herb which you have probably anointed on your body before. Commonly known as Khus or Vetiver Grass, Uśīra is a powerfully aromatic root that is contained in 90% of western perfumes. Little do most people know, Uśīra has a multitude of uses beyond the sweet serenading sexy and calming aroma. 

The sweet and heavy earthy qualities of vetiver root provide this very grounding, calming and stabilising effect.The stabilising quality helps promote deep restful sleep, and particularly helps those who are restless at night.

Uśīra also has a purifying effect. Various cultures place a bunch of roots in their water vessels to drink a sweet, aromatic and purified water. Uśīra has a similar effect on the mind, bringing the mind to a place of calm, purified of irrelevant and negating thoughts so one can experience their full mental potential of bliss. Uśīra is provides such an important subtle purification to the body, that Ayurveda uses it for intoxication and poisoning.

Key benefits:

  • Helps to pacify"hot" emotions and calm the mind
  • Helps relieve mental and physical exhaustion
  • Helps reduce stress and anxiety
  • Assists in mental clarity
  • Supports the adrenal system
  • Supports the reproductive system & libido
  • Supports digestion
  • Cooling and anti-inflammatory effect
Svetachandana (Santalum album)

Svetachandana, otherwise known as Sandalwood is a cooling, calming and pacifying herb which has also been a popular flavour for incense for centuries. As well as its benefits for the mind, body and spirit including opening up the physical channels, Sandalwood is considered one the best, if not the best herb for skin health. Its cooling and soothing oil rich wood is used internally and externally in Ayurveda to enhance the lustre, glow and beauty of the skin, as well as heal all sorts of skin diseases, from acne and redness to the most chronic inflamed skin diseases.

Key benefits:

  • Supports the respiratory system
  • Enhances the flow of prana (life force) through the chakras and spine
  • Opens up the subtle energy channels
  • Helps expand awareness and align with Supreme Cosmic Intelligence
  • Supports heart & emotional health
  • Helps to calm the nervous system
  • Aids digestion & gut health
  • Supports detoxification
  • Helps to relieve fatigue
  • Enlivens Ajña chakra (the third eye)
  • Enhances the quality and depth of meditation
  • Cooling and calming effect on the mind and body
  • Helps to soothe headaches
  • Supports skin health and healing
Mandukarpani (Centulla asiatica)

Mandukarpani, commonly known as “Gotu Kola,” is confusingly known as “Brahmi ' in the USA. The reason for this is because it has very similar nervous system rejuvenating, mind calming and consciousness expanding qualities to Brahmi (referred to in the US as it’s botanical name, “Bacopa”).

Key benefits:

  • Helps improve memory, learning ability & concentration
  • Aids recovery from exhaustion & stress
  • Rejuvenation and longevity
  • Helps to calm the mind and expands consciousness
  • Supports deeper more restorative sleep
  • Supports nervous digestive disorders (constipation or indigestion due to stress or anxiety)
  • Improves the clarity and the pleasantness of the voice
  • Aligning speech with cosmic intelligence
Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna)

Arjuna is a bark from a large tree which helps strengthen the heart muscle, decongest (kapha) arteries and other channels, as well reduce inflammation in the heart (pitta).

Arjuna is most famous for its direct healing capacity for the heart. The name comes from the name of the heroic warrior “Arjuna” who is the protector of society in the epic the Bhagavad Gita. Similarly, as the herb Arjuna strengthens the heart, this secures overall health for the rest of the body and mind is strengthened. 

Key benefits: 

  • Assists with physical and emotional heart health
  • Assists with blood pressure
  • Has been shown to help regulate healthy cholesterol
  • Helps to cool "hot" emotions
  • Supports the lymphatic system & drainage
  • Assists with the flow of "prana" (life force)
  • Boosts energy and relieves fatigue
  • Helps with decongestion, mucus and lung health
  • Assists with skin inflammation

Described as the most holy plant on earth in the ancient Vedic texts, Tulsi, otherwise known as "Holy Basil" or "Queen of the herbs" is still revered today as holier than holy.

Its beneficial properties were originally undiscovered because the plant was so sacred that people wouldn't ingest it out of reverence and respect.

For millennia, tulsi has been grown for spiritual purposes in the backyards of most Indian homes. It's branches are carved into beads and worn to enhance spiritual progress. Its fragrance is used to purify temples and the leaves are used in sacred ceremonies to honour God and heighten one’s awareness. What is not commonly known about the Tulsi plant are its best kept secrets, it’s medicinal value.

In Ayurveda, this miraculous plant literally heals and links one’s body, mind and spirit. Tulsi is considered a true adaptogen which boosts energy in the morning and because it is not a stimulant, supports deep restful sleep when taken before bed.

Key benefits:

  • Supports general health & vitality
  • Potent adaptogen without stimulating effects
  • Assists with stress
  • Anti-bacterial & anti-viral
  • Supports respiratory health
  • Boosts immunity

For anyone who loves to live in alignment with moon cycles, you will love the magic of pearl! The elemental and mineral composition of pearls correlate and resonate with the elemental and mineral composition of our moon. Both pearls and the moon have an affinity for the water element and they reciprocate energy to each other via their unique vibratory astral plane.Thus, wearing pearls or ingesting quality pearl herbal preparations strengthens the moons power and flow of consciousness (soma) it provides to you.

Key benefits:

  • Bestows strength and nourishment
  • Supports bone health
  • Aphrodisiac benefits
  • Anti-inflammatory & cooling effect on the mind & body
  • Supports eye health
  • Helps to pacify the nervous system


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