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About the company that makes Arrae alchemy capsules

About Us

Meet The Founders

We founded Arrae on a simple principle: to help women feel their best, so they can be their best.

"I’d struggled with health issues for years and turned to natural remedies as a last resort. After troubleshooting my own health problems through the use of herbs, minerals and vitamins, I realized that natural products had the power to solve women’s toughest day-to-day health issues. The trouble was that I couldn’t find natural, organic, high-quality supplements which solved targeted problems while being beautiful. I wanted to bridge this gap and bring women an efficacious product which really spoke to them."

- Siff Haider

"Coming from a tech background, health and wellness isn’t something that’s talked about enough. Because of this lack of education, I’d dealt with high levels of stress and fatigue and didn’t even have the vernacular to realize that I had these issues. Having been introduced to natural products, I became passionate about building a brand that would educate others and make a lasting impact on how they felt."

- Nish Samantray

Feel Your Best, Be Your Best

We create 100% natural supplements with real results and zero woo. With accurate dosing, Arrae’s alchemy capsules solve everyday problems that women constantly deal with. You know what we mean - bloat, anxiety, etc. The stuff that comes up at every girl’s brunch. This is the wellness product for the millennial woman, who has a lot on her plate but doesn’t want to compromise on how she feels. We believe that when it comes to personal goals and peak health, you don’t have to make a choice, you can have both. 

Approximately 70% of women suffer from increased bloating around their menstrual period. Bloating and other PMS symptoms are caused by fluctuations in the levels of the hormones estrogen and progesterone.
Calm by Arrae is a natural and effective way to unwind in the evening or find some Zen during a stressful day. Anxiety is a very common mental health complaint and an estimated 284 million people across the globe were reported to experience anxiety in 2017.
It is widely known that too much stomach acid can cause issues such as acid reflux and ulcerations in the GI tract. However, low levels of stomach acid, also known as hypochlorhydria, can also be problematic.

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