Learn about what we use in our products and why
Turmeric, commonly used as a spice in food, has many known medicinal uses. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. Turmeric can be as or even more effective than many anti-inflammatory drugs. It is also known to improve brain function and reduce the risk of brain diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Depression.
A common spice that is known for its heat component but has significant medicinal benefits. Cayenne is a heart tonic, warming herb, and digestive aid. It is also known to improve moods and has plenty of vitamins that support the immune system. Cayenne is also a strong styptic.
Raw honey has many medicinal qualities. Once the honey is cooked or diluted, these qualities may no longer exist. Since ancient times, honey has been used as a cough suppressant and for wound care. It contains antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and can be even be applied directly to burns or wounds.
Garlic is mostly used as a spice in food but can also be taken as a herbal supplement. Adding garlic to your diet can help lower blood pressure by adding nitric oxide to your circulatory system, act as an anti-inflammatory, help lower cholesterol by supporting liver functions, and support the immune system by providing antibacterial properties.
Lemon is a common fruit used in juices and many weight loss recipes. Lemons are rich in vitamin C and can support heart health, aid in weight control, and supports the digestive system. The risk of heart disease can decrease by consuming fruits high in Vitamin C. Lemons also increase the function of the urinary system, lowering the risk of kidney stones. Lemons are also known to reduce cancer risk as research studies state.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) has become a popular home remedy and has been used for years in cooking and medicine. ACV aids in weight loss by lowering blood sugar levels, reduces cholesterol, and improves the symptoms related to diabetes. ACV contains substances that can kill harmful bacteria and reduces blood pressure
Beets are rich in essential vitamins and minerals. The high concentration of nitrates in beets produces blood pressure lowering effects, reducing the risk of strokes, heart attacks, and heart failure. Beets also improve the amount of oxygen flow to your blood cells, leading to an increase in energy and physical performance.
Organic Ginger Root
Ginger is a very common ingredient in recipes and home remedies. Ginger is most known for its ability to improve the immune system, helping fight common colds and the flu. Ginger can be used to treat nausea such as morning sickness or nausea after surgery. Ginger can also aid weight loss by reducing insulin levels and body mass index (BMI). Some studies have shown that ginger also reduces the symptoms of osteoarthritis.