Stave the Crave
Stave the Crave
Stave the Crave
Stave the Crave
Stave the Crave
Stave the Crave

Stave the Crave


Reduce sugar cravings, stress and stress-eating with this adaptogenic chai.
Stave the Crave
Stave the Crave
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Stave the craves with a functional chai designed to curb sugar cravings, stress eating and stress in general.

  • Replaces and reduces unwanted indulging driven by boredom, stress, or other emotional triggers
  • Helps manage stress with adaptogens
  • Boost your bev - add to tea, coffee, matcha, lattes or another hot beverage
  • No refined sugar, dairy, or caffeine
How to use

Mix 1 tsp per 8 oz of your favorite hot beverage. We recommend:

  • Coffee
  • Ginger tea
  • Herbal, black or green tea
  • Warm plant or dairy milks
  • Functional coffee
  • Can mix in hot water, too.

This functional formula is potent, please limit to 3 servings per day.


Gelatinized maca root — 720mg
Cinnamon bark — 380mg
Ginger root — 340mg
Rehmannia root — 247mg
Poria sclerotium extract — 165mg
Bupleurum root — 30mg
Gymnema leaf — 21mg

Other ingredients: Coconut milk powder, cardamom seed, date fruit, anise seed, fennel seed, black pepper fruit, clove flower, natural vanilla powder, turmeric root, pink salt.
No Sugar

Stress Eating Feeds on Itself

  • Replace mindless eating.
  • Satisfying treat creates real calm with adaptogens.
  • Not a “diet” food, this is for conscious eating & mood support.
It works! It’s a really good way to have a treat in the afternoon without having a candy bar!
This really works…. notice less looking for something to snack on.
Does the trick.




Superfood for positive energy, stamina and joie de vivre.

Cinnamon Bark

Cinnamon Bark

Antioxidant that helps insulin resistance and supports healthy blood sugar.

Ginger Root

Ginger Root

The star of Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine, it helps blood sugar and metabolism.



More blood sugar balance.



Mood-boosting mushroom that helps stress, sads and worry along with sugar balance.



Supports adrenals, stress response and reduces hormonal mood swings.



Reduces sugar cravings and blocks sweet receptors, shown to aid metabolism.

Boost Your Bev with Stave The Crave

Add to your fave:



Matcha or matcha latte

Frothed warm milk of any kind

We love it in ginger tea

We kept the sugar out and carbs low. Add a drop of honey or agave if you seek more sweet. Yum!

Stress dissolves.
Herbs don’t!

You’ll see specks of goodness in your cup. They make this work, as is common with natural functional drinks.

Just stir occasionally, never settle.

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Can I use Stave the Crave every day?
Yes. Our formulas are made up of all natural ingredients and can be used for daily support. However, limit yourself to 3 servings daily - these are potent formulas!
Can I have Stave the Crave with other supplements or medications?
Our products are all-natural and can be used in conjunction with other Wile products. Please speak to your primary physician before taking Stave the Crave with other medications.
What does Stave the Crave taste like?
It's a classic chai flavor but it does have a bit of peppery kick! It's also a bit less sweet than many chai drinks.
How do I drink Stave the Crave?
Mix it anything you'd enjoy with chai. We love it in coffee or tea, especially ginger tea. It's tasty in warm milks or with nut butter-based smoothie or vanilla or plain protein powders or even yogurt. It's mixable in plain hot water, but we don't recommend it in cold water.
Is there caffeine in Stave the Crave?
No, there is no added caffeine nor any artificial stimulants in this formula. However, we find it leaves us feeling a "good" energy. It's a nice change from slamming another cup of coffee when we're feeling tired or under pressure and want something to keep us going. (That's often when women stress eat.)
What is the shelf life?
24 months.
Are there clinical studies supporting Stave the Crave?
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effects of pre-gelatinized maca (Lepidium peruvianum chacon)
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Meissner HO, Mscisz A, Reich-Bilinska H, et al. Hormone-balancing
effect of pre-gelatinized organic maca (Lepidium peruvianum
Chacon): (Ii) physiological and symptomatic responses of earlypostmenopausal
women to standardized doses of maca in double
blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, multi-centre clinical study.
Int J Biomed Sci. 2006;2(4):360-374.

Brooks NA, Wilcox G, Walker KZ, Ashton JF, Cox MB, Stojanovska L.
Beneficial effects of Lepidium meyenii (Maca) on psychological
symptoms and measures of sexual dysfunction in postmenopausal
women are not related to estrogen or androgen content.
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Jaafarpour M, Hatefi M, Najafi F, Khajavikhan J, Khani A. The effect
of cinnamon on menstrual bleeding and systemic symptoms with
primary dysmenorrhea. Iran Red Crescent Med J.

Chaiyakunapruk N, Kitikannakorn N, Nathisuwan S, Leeprakobboon
K, Leelasettagool C. The efficacy of ginger for the prevention of
postoperative nausea and vomiting: a meta-analysis. Am J Obstet
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Ozgoli G, Goli M, Moattar F. Comparison of effects of ginger,
mefenamic acid, and ibuprofen on pain in women with primary
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Wu K-L, Rayner CK, Chuah S-K, et al. Effects of ginger on gastric
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Zhou X-D, Shi D-D, Zhang Z-J. Ameliorative effects of Radix
rehmanniae extract on the anxiety- and depression-like symptoms
in ovariectomized mice: A behavioral and molecular study.
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Huang Y-J, Hsu N-Y, Lu K-H, et al. Poria cocos water extract
ameliorates the behavioral deficits induced by unpredictable
chronic mild stress in rats by down-regulating inflammation. J
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Yang L, Shergis JL, Di YM, et al. Managing depression with
bupleurum chinense herbal formula: a systematic review and
meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. J Altern Complement
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Sun X, Li X, Pan R, Xu Y, Wang Q, Song M. Total Saikosaponins of
Bupleurum yinchowense reduces depressive, anxiety-like behavior
and increases synaptic proteins expression in chronic
corticosterine-treated mice. BMC Complement Altern Med.

Sanematsu K, Kusakabe Y, Shigemura N, et al. Molecular
mechanisms for sweet-suppressing effect of gymnemic acids. J Biol
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