Ginger is the root of an south asian plant and is known for it's spicy hot fragrance.
It can be consumed in many different ways including fresh, powdered, candied and pickled!
Maca is a vegetable that is grown in Peru and is most commonly consumed as a powder, by drying and grinding the root.
It is thought to improve energy & stamina and enhance fertility & sex drive!
Part of the ginger family, turmeric is the root of a plant. It is most commonly used as a spice in curries, but has more recently grown a name for itself as the main ingredient in golden milk. It has a distinctive bitter, earthy flavour and gives food a vibrant orange colour!
It has been used for traditional medicinal purposes for thousands of years in Asia.
So you know how cereals are made from wheat plants? Well wheatgrass is the young shoots from that plant! They are harvested during this younger stage when nutrition levels are at their maximum.
The wheatgrass we use in our products is sourced from an organic farm in New Zealand. The superior environment that it is grown in, results in a more nutrient dense harvest - we only use the best ingredients in our foods!
Cinnamon is a spice made from the bark of certain trees. It's spicy and earthy flavour lends itself to both sweet and savoury dishes and is particularly delicious in chai lattes!
This little gem of goodness is the fruit found on the wild rose, Rosa Canina. Packed full of vitamin C, it boasts more than the trusty orange!
It has a long history of use in medicine and most is commonly used in oil form on the skin. With it's skin nourishing properties it is no surprise that you will find rosehip powder in our Skin Food Booster.
Basically, it's an algae! We know that doesn't sound particularly appealing, but Spirulina is one of the most nutritionally dense plant products we use in our foods, boasting an impressive list of vitamins and minerals.
Whilst fairly new to the western world health food scene, Spirulina was first cultivated by the Aztec's and is central to some Asian diets.