Inspired by our heritage, created for you.
In Chinese culture, the number 8 symbolizes luck and harmony, with its two halves held in perfect symmetry both vertically and horizontally. We chose No. 8 to honor our roots and reflect our belief that mental wellness is grounded in bringing the body and mind into balance.
“I believe good brain function is the foundation of mental wellness. I choose to support my brain with a range of supplements that promotes optimal performance and enhances my mental clarity.”
Co-Founder & CEO
“I love journaling. Writing things down and sketching helps me develop my thoughts, recall conversations I’ve had, and keeps me organized. It also helps me stay off of my phone.”
VP of Finance & Operations
"Carving out me time is crucial to my mental wellness. I may fill it with a Peloton ride, a walk in the park, or a couple of glasses of wine - the important thing is I control this time, and that’s what keeps me grounded and motivated."
Dr. Bowen Jiang, MD
Chief Medical Advisor
Dr. Bowen Jiang is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon and spine surgeon with St. Jude Heritage Medical Group. After attending college and medical school at Stanford University and getting a MD in Neuroscience, Dr. Jiang completed his neurosurgery residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital (ranked #1 in the country by US News and World Report at the time).
Dr. Octavio Choi, MD, PhD
Dr. Octavio Choi is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at Stanford University. Dr. Choi holds an MD in psychiatry and a PhD in neuroscience. Dr. Choi’s clinical interests include neuromodulatory approaches to treat psychiatric illness, such as the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to treat major depression. He is part of the interventional psychiatry group of Stanford Medicine, conducting clinical work and research to advance the power, precision, and scope of neuromodulation.
Nawal Mustafa is a PhD candidate in clinical neuropsychology and cognitive neuroscience researcher. She is also a mental wellness educator and provides psychoeducation on various psychological, emotional concerns. Nawal’s clinical interests include cognitive restructuring, psychodynamic therapy, and emotion regulation.
No. 8 IRL
Progress, not perfection
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