It's time to meet what's inside
Alfalfa the father of all foods
Alfalfa isn't just a cute name, it's one of the most potent healing plants in ancient medicine. The Chinese have used this low-calorie plant for thousands of years and stand by its healing properties. Problems that may arise within the immune system are nothing for Alfalfa, as it creates a safer and less hostile environment for our good cells to fight for our health. It lowers blood sugar and cholesterol level, keeps the body vital, purifies the blood, flushes out the liver and detoxifies the bowels in the digestive system.
Alfalfa roots can go deeper than 15 feet, allowing it to absorb more vitamins and minerals than any other land plant, such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, folate, vitamin A and vitamin K, which are nutrients we all need to stay healthy. Its special claim to fame is also related to how easily the body can absorb and assimilate the nutrients.
Sea buckthorn the juicy miracle
Sea buckthorn oil has been used for thousands of years as a natural remedy against various ailments. It's extracted from the berries, leaves and seeds of the sea buckthorn plant. The plant is a vital source of various vitamins, minerals and beneficial plant compounds. For example, it's naturally full of antioxidants that helps to contribute to the natural defences of the body. Sea buckthorn is also used to stimulate and support the immune system. Therefore, sea buckthorn based products are considered to be an excellent remedy to prevent seasonal colds and to recover from illnesses. Since it's rich in vitamins and minerals, it's also a great remedy for tiredness in spring and for general exhaustion.
Honey is sweet in many ways
Honey is a no-stranger to us and there are so many reasons to love it. Raw honey contains a range of compounds that act as antioxidants, such as flavonoids and ascorbic acid. Antioxidants help to protect your body from cell damage due to free radicals. This natural substance is also known to offer anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects. Honey naturally contains sugar. A little more than half of the sugar in honey is fructose. But even with its fructose content, honey is a much healthier option than table sugar.