Related to the sunflower, this delicate sweet tasting root assists the balance of flora and flow in the intestine. Also known for its treatment of diabetes and blood sugar imbalances.
Yacon Root - 5-10g daily, or as required. Do chew well.
High in amino acids, Vitamin C, caretanoids and other minerals, wolfberries are a great snack anywhere, at any time. A handful of these will give you a zing for life and sustain your energy. Eaten daily in China and Tibet for good health and good cheer, these berries also support the liver, kidneys, blood, eyesight and blood sugar balance.
Put them in your cereal or smoothies, add to seeds and nuts for a nutritious snack, sprinkle as an inspiring addition onto any desert or cake, or just grab a handful to keep you going.
Wolfberries have no toxicity but should not be used if suffering from spleen deficiency with dampness and diarrhoea.
With over 80% Vitamin C this organic Camu Camu Extract powder is high in anti-oxidants and minerals. The pink sherbet like substance is an ideal support for colds and flu, depression, as well as skin and hair care. It is becoming used more frequently to wean the body off pharmaceutical antidepressants.
Free from Agro chemicals and produced to ecological standards.
Recommended usage is 1/2 teaspoon 2-4 times per day.
Related to the sunflower, this delicate sweet tasting syrup assists the balance of flora and flow in the intestine. Also known for its treatment of diabetes and blood sugar imbalances, this is one of our most popular products.
Produced to ecological standards, organic and free from agro chemicals, this Yacon Syrup is packaged in a brown glass bottle to protect it from light exposure.
Yacon Syrup – use instead of sugar or sweetener or to assist settling indigestion.
Related to the sunflower, this delicate sweet tasting root and syrup assist the balance of flora and flow in the intestine. Also known for it's treatment of diabetes and blood sugar imbalances, this is one of our most popular products.
A lost crop of the Incas. Smallanthus Sonchifolius. The root of a plant related to the sunflower grown in the Andes for its fibrous roots The Apple of the Earth - also available in syrup and powder. Grown organically it has its own protective mechanism against parasites.
Recommended usage - Use instead of sugar or sweetener.
Stabilising, grounding and super high in protein, Spirulina boosts energy, strengthens the immune system, improves skin tone, and hair and nail growth. With almost no calories, it is great for satisfying cravings.
Containing all 8 essential amino acids and 10 non essential amino acids, it has more protein than any other natural food i.e. meat, eggs, fish, Soya, milk, peanuts etc! Includes iron, calcium and GLA in its spectrum as a complete source of nutrients. Spirulina is a great support for vegans, vegetarians and those on a dairy free or restricted diet.
This Spirulina has been cultivated in very pure water in the Andes.
Chlorella Pyrenoidosa. Designated a ‘functional food’ this is the largest selling natural food health supplement in Japan. A natural food state source of concentrated nutrition, it is known as “The Great Normaliser”. With a high vitamin, mineral, protein and nucleic acid content, its nutritional profile has many beneficial properties.
Recommended usage is ½ - 2 teaspoons per day added to smoothies/juices/water/foods.
Bee Pollen – Mankind’s essential nutrients for perfect health.
The perfect accompaniment to a busy life. Bee pollen provides the buzz of a bee and all the healing capacity of flower nectar. High in B vitamins, it's perfect for stress (which depletes B vitamins), both emotional and physical.
The collecting area of this particular pollen is within the Carpathians, in the region well-known as Transylvania, Romania.
Mix in with cereal or a smoothie, or take a handful when you need. Or if you prefer tablet form, please contact us.
Side Effects: Bee pollen may cause allergic reactions in susceptible persons.
An energising and boosting tonic, a great way to alkalise. More stimulating and invigorating than Barleygrass, this makes a fantastic addition to juices, smoothies or water. High in chlorophyll, anti-oxidants, rich in enzymes, vitamins and minerals Wheatgrass is renowned as a detoxifier. Full of protein particularly good for vegetarians, vegans and for those on an athletic or weightloss programme.
Acai (prounounced ah-sigh-ee) is a little purple power berry that hails from the Amazon Rain Forest and is considered to be one of the most powerfully anti-oxidant and nutritious super fruits on the planet.
One of the most nutritional fruits of the Amazon basin (New York Times, 2004).
The Acai berry was made famous as one of Oprah's Top Ten Superfoods. In it's Raw, freeze-dried powder form it is delicious in smoothies, shake, cakes, jams, energy bars and chocolate. Gluten-Free.
Some of the properties of Acai Berry:
A soothing & rebalancing way to get your cholorophyll. More calming and gentle than wheatgrass, this makes a fantastic addition to a banana-based smoothie. Rich in enzymes, vitamins and minerals, Barleygrass is known for it's anti-inflammatory and germicidal activity. Fantastic to support an alkalising diet - which is what we all need, particularly those suffering with intestinal and yeast imbalances!
A Peruvian root and staple part of the Peruvian diet. Grown at the highest altitude of any known plant in barren soil, high winds and extreme temperatures - this root assists with the strength to take on challenges in even the most extreme of circumstances.
It balances hormones and is great for growth and stamina - mental or physical. Has been likened to viagra for virility - except it's a natural form. It is also great to strengthen bones and teeth. It is full of magnesium and calcium and can be added to cereal or smoothies.
Produced to ecological standards and free from agro-chemicals.
Start small (1/2 teaspoon daily) and increase as required.
It is common to experience a healing reaction and best to start with 1/4 to a 1/2 teaspoon daily.
Natural organic sweetener from the Agave Cactus.
Cacao - Theobromo Cacao – ‘The Food of the Gods’.
Super High in Magnesium - chocolate in its rawest form. Have all the luxury with none of the guilt and side effects. Great as an antidepressant and during/pre-menstruation. Combine with dates or agave syrup for a low GI treat, add soaked seeds or nuts to make your own healthy chocolate, or eat in its natural form for a bitter high.
Please note, cacao is very poisonous to dogs and could lead to renal failure.
For the dark chocolate conneissuer these raw cacao beans give a deep rich moist flavour. Eat alone, dip in Agave or Yacon Syrup, or slip inside a date for a delicious sweet treat.
Superfoods: Cacao - Theobromo Cacao 'The Food of the Gods'. Cacao beans are one of nature's superfoods with many amazing properties, many of which are destroyed by cooking. Cacao is the seed in a fruit of an Amazonian Tree, historically used by Aztecs & Mayans as a form of currency. A very complex foodstuff it contains over 300 chemically identifiable compounds. Associated with happiness, Cacao's unique combination of chemicals alleviate depression & are associated with feelings of well-being. It has been called nature's prozac for its anti-depressant properties. Cacao nibs are peeled, raw cacao beans, from which chocolate is made.
How To Eat: Up to eight beans daily. Can be eaten alone, with agave or yacon syrup, stuffed in dates or added to nuts seeds, wolfberries, coconut chips for a snack. Experiment with for infinite possibilities for desserts and sauces. NB Eating late may affect sleep.