• Akbamax®
    Akbamax® is a uniquely standardized extract from the resin of the Boswellia serrata tree, commonly used to support joint health, improve joint mobility and provide inflammatory support.
  • Aloe Vera
    Aloe Vera
    Aloe vera is succulent plant that grows in hot, dry climates. It is sometimes described as a ‘wonder plant’ as its gel and latex are used for many wonderful health benefits. Although widely known to relieve sunburn and help heal wounds, Aloe vera has a long history of being used for medicinal purposes, dating back to ancient Egypt.
  • Amla
    Amla, or Indian gooseberry, is a translucent green fruit with countless benefits. Amla is incredibly high in antioxidants, which helps boost the body’s immunity, fight free radicals, and reduce cell damage that is often linked to cancer and inflammation. It has eight times more vitamin C than an orange.
  • Andrographis
    Andrographis, a plant native to India and Sri Lanka, is commonly used to reduce symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease.
  • Aragwadha
    Aragwadha comes from the Cassia Fistula tree, which bears a fruit called the cassia pulp known to be a natural laxative. It is effective towards treating intestinal disorders and constipation.
  • Arjuna
    Arjuna is to known promote heart health by lowering cholesterol and blood pressure.
  • Ashoka
    The Ashoka tree is an evergreen that is found in the Himalayas and across the Indian sub-continent. The bark of this tree is often used as a uterine tonic to support female reproductive health and treat menstrual problems, while the roots and seeds are typically used to treat skin conditions. In Ayurveda, Ashoka is classed a divine herb for its benefits for the mind and the body. In Sanskrit, the word ‘Ashoka’ means “no grief” and it is believed that the herb can remove grief from the heart.
  • Ashwagandha
    Ashwagandha is an ancient medicinal herb that has been used for more than 3,000 years. It is classified as an adaptogen and commonly used to manage stress. It has also been scientifically proven to reduce cortisol levels, improve sleep, fight depression, boost fertility and testosterone in men, and boost brain function.
  • Beetroot
    Beetroot not only contains high nitrate content, it increases the muscles' absorption of oxygen during exercise and improves the efficiency of mitochondria, your cell's energy powerhouse, so that physical performance can be improved.
  • Black Pepper Powder
    Black Pepper Powder
    Black Pepper contains the bioactive compound piperine, which is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It is consumed to relieve nausea and headaches. Coupling turmeric with black pepper enhances the body's absorption of these beneficial ingredients.
  • Black Seed
    Black Seed
    Black Seed is also known as black caraway, black cumin, kalonji, black onion seed, nigella, fennel flower and Roman coriander. It has been used in remedies for thousands of years and was even discovered in King Tut’s tomb. Black seed is not only used for cooking, its medicinal properties are used for healing and protection.
  • Boswellia
    Boswellia, also known as Indian frankincense, is the resin taken from the Boswellia serrata tree. Some research suggests that Boswellic acid can prevent the formation of leukotrienes in the body, which helps reduce pain and inflammation, and may prevent the loss of cartilage. Some studies also suggest that it may be useful towards certain types of cancer and asthma.
  • Brahmi
    Brahmi, also called Bacopa, had been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. It is a plant grown in wet, tropical environment. Bacosides, a powerful compound in Brahmi, contribute to its many antioxidant effects, especially for the brain.
  • Cissus
    Cissus is a vine that grows in Africa and parts of Asia, and traditionally used in Thai, African and Ayurvedic medicine to decrease pain and stiffness of the joints.
  • Curcumin
    Curcumin is the principal curcuminoid of turmeric. It is a strong antioxidant and has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Curcumin itself is not well absorbed in the body but coupling with black pepper will enhance its effects and bioavailability.
  • Curry Leaves
    Curry Leaves
    Curry Leaf contains digestive enzymes that promote digestive health and laxatives, which are effective in regulating the bowels. It is also used to sooth abdominal pain, gas and diarrhoea.
  • Galangal
    Galangal is often compared to ginger and turmeric as it contains some of the similar benefits. It is used to promote digestion, stimulate appetite, treat colic and provide relief for stomach ache.
  • Garcinia Cambonia
    Garcinia Cambonia
    Garcinia gummi-gutta, formerly known as Garcinia Cambogia, is a tropical fruit that is native to Indonesia. It is known to be highly effective for weight loss, and taken to keep blood sugar and cholesterol levels in check. Garcinia contains an active ingredient called hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which inhibits the citrate lyase enzyme from storing fat in the body. The compound also raises levels of the brain chemical serotonin, which enhances your mood and helps reduce stress related eating.
  • Garlic
    Garlic reduces total and LDL (bad cholesterol), improves blood pressure and reduces hypertension, which are the common causes of cardiovascular diseases including heart attacks and strokes.
  • Ginger
    Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome, ginger root or ginger, is widely used as a spice and a folk medicine. It is commonly used to boost immunity and aid digestion, soothing recurrent pain and discomfort in the stomach.
  • Ginseng
    Ginseng is an herbal supplement that has been used for centuries in Chinese medicine. It is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, and traditionally used to fight fatigue and enhance physical activity by lowering oxidative damage and increasing energy production in cells. It is also used to regulate blood sugar levels and treat certain types of cancers.
  • Gotu Kola
    Gotu Kola
    Gotu Kola is a staple in traditional Chinese, Indonesian and Ayurvedic medicine. It is traditionally used to ease digestive issues and support gut health.
  • Grape Seed
    Grape Seed
    Grape seed extract is made from the crushed seeds of grape plants. Grape seeds are rich in antioxidants, including proanthocyanidin, resveratrol and certain tannins which contribute to various health benefits.
  • Green Tea
    Green Tea
    Green tea is considered as one of the healthiest beverages as it is rich in catechins, which are antioxidants that prevent oxidative cell damage and destroy cancerous cells. Green tea is shown to improve blood flow, promote weight loss, lower cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar and blood pressure, reduce risk of heart related diseases, improve brain function and memory, and suppress the growth of bacteria.
  • Guduchi
    Guduchi, also known as amrit or Giloy, is a shrub native to India and one of the most valued herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. Studies suggest its role as an adoptogen to increase the body’s resistance to stress, anxiety and illness. It is used to boost the body’s immune system, provide anti-cancer benefits, promote detoxification of the liver. It is also used as treatment for infections, upset stomach, skin conditions such as psoriasis or eczema, the common cold, allergies and symptoms of hay fever, arthritis and inflammation, as well as gout and rheumatic disorders.
  • Guggul
    Guggul comes from the resin of the guggul tree. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. Studies suggest that guggulsterone, a chemical found in Guggul helps reduce cholesterol levels. Other uses of Guggul include treating joint pain, arthritis, acne, hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), osteoarthritis, urinary tract disorders, reduce triglycerides in the blood (hypertriglyceridemia) and promote weight loss.
  • Haritaki
    Haritaki, commonly known as black- or chebulic myrobalan, has been traditionally used as traditional Ayurvedic medicine. It is the small green fruits of the haritaki tree, which are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, and provide anti-inflammatory and pain relief benefits. It is used to treat conditions including constipation, indigestion, gas, bloating, variable appetite, sore throat, allergies, cavity, high cholesterol, and high blood sugar. It is also used to reduce oxidative stress, soften the effects of aging and enhance the body’s immunity.
  • Hibiscus
    Hibiscus originated in North Africa and Southeast Asia but now grows in many tropical and subtropical climates. People around the world use various parts of the plant in food, medicine and tea. Hibiscus is linked to a range of health benefits including antioxidant support, cancer prevention, weight loss, better digestion, improved liver health and detoxification, better skin and hair health, and immunity support;. It also helps fight bacteria, reduce inflammations; and reduce blood pressure, cholesterol and excess fat in the blood.
  • Liquorice
    Liquorice is extracted from the Glycyrrhiza glabra plant, which is grown in parts of Europe and Asia. Glycyrrhizin, the primary active compound found in Liquorice, is not only responsible for its sweet taste, it contributes to its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial benefits. It is used in medicine to treat conditions including acid reflux, indigestion, peptic ulcers, eczema, hepatitis, mouth sores, heartburn, hot flashes, coughs, and infections.
  • Long Pepper
    Long Pepper
    Long pepper, sometimes called Indian long pepper or pipli, is a plant traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is typically used to sooth gastrointestinal discomfort and indigestion; treat respiratory conditions including colds, coughs, bronchitis and asthma; regulate blood glucose and reduce risk of diabetes; enhance metabolism and weight loss; promote better sleep; boost reproductive and sexual health; promote liver detoxification; boost lung health; fight bacterial infections; promote antioxidant support; destroy cancerous cells; protect the body against aging-related diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease; and provide relief for pain and inflammation including arthritis, menstruation and toothache.
  • Moringa
    Moringa is also called the drumstick tree, the miracle tree, the ben oil tree, or the horseradish tree. Its antifungal, antiviral, antidepressant and anti-inflammatory properties lead to a wide range of uses from health and beauty to preventing and treating diseases.
  • Neem
    Neem is a herb that has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for almost 5000 years. The bark, leaves and seeds of the neem tree are often used to make medicine but the root, flower and fruit are also used sometimes. Due to its antioxidant, anti-viral, anti-bacterial and immunity stimulating properties, it is often externally for hair, skin and dental care.
  • Nut Grass
    Nut Grass
    Nut Grass rhizomes are traditionally used in many Asian cultures to treat diarrhea, dysentery, intestinal parasites, indigestion, bowel disorders and other stomach problems. It also contains enzymes and active compounds that stimulate biochemical reactions that are responsible for optimal digestive health.
  • OxyStorm®
    OxyStorm® is an extract of Amaranth, one of the highest dietary sources of nitrates discovered. It raises the human body’s nitric oxide levels, which relaxes the muscles and causes the blood vessels to dilate, allowing blood flow into the muscle to give you an energy boost.
  • Punarnava Root
    Punarnava Root
    Punarnava, meaning rejuvenation or renewal of the body in Ayurveda, is a flowering plant with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, antistress, diuretic and immunity boosting propoerties. It rejuvenates the body by promoting lungs, kidney and urinary functions, heart and blood health. It is also used to relief pain and treat conditions including arthritis, skin disorders, insomnia, coughs, asthma, eye diseases, intestinal colic and other disorders.
  • Sarsaparilla Root
    Sarsaparilla Root
    Sarsaparilla is tropical plant used in medicine by indigenous people around the world for centuries. It is traditionally used to treat joint pain and arthritis, heal skin conditions, cure leoprosy and purify the blood. Nowadays, Sarsaparilla is also used to treat syphilis, certain types of cancer, digestive problems, protect the liver and improve the bioavilabity of other herbs.
  • Shilajit
    Shilajit is a sticky substance from layers of rocks in mountain ranges including the Himalayan, Tibetan and Altai mountains. The mineral rich resin is developed over centuries from the slow decomposition of plants and contains an important compound known as fulvic acid, which enhances the gut’s ability to absorb nutrients and minerals. Shilajit is commonly used in ayurvedic medicine to support the overall health and well-being.
  • Shoden®
    Shoden® is a clinically-tested, purified extract from the leaves and roots of the Ashwagandha plant, which reduces cortisol, which is our body's main stress hormone. It is commonly taken to reduce anxiety and symptoms of depression.
  • Triphala
    Triphala is a polyherbal, ayurvedic supplement that comprises three fruits amla, haritaki, and bibhitaki, which are native to India. It is a highly effective antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antibacterial supplement. It is typically used to support bowel health and aid digestion; detoxify the body and support the immune system. It is also used to reduce joint pain, stimulate collagen, boost skin recover from injury, reduce blood glucose, treat diabetes, promote eye health, and aids weight loss.
  • Turmeric Root
    Turmeric Root
    Turmeric Root is associated with its key and most active compound, curcumin, which is known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.
  • Valerian Root
    Valerian Root
    Valerian Root contains antioxident with sedative and sleep-enhancing properties, and is hence taken to promote sleep and relaxation. It also contains compounds that improve stress response and maintain healthy mood balance through optimal levels of brain chemicals.