Turmeric has shown up in Ayurvedic medicinal texts as far back as 500 BCE. Its medicinal compound known as Curcumin counters inflammation on an antioxidant level and neutralizes free radicals that stress our system during wide spread inflammation in our body.
Benefits: Provides antioxidants that help reduce the oxidative effect of cell damage caused by free radicals. Helps improve liver function, digestion and weight loss. Historically, it was used Chinese and Indian medicine for disorders of the skin, upper respiratory tract, joints, and digestive system.
Historically, Native Americans used the plant to treat infections, while the ancient Egyptians used it to stimulate collagen production to improve their complexions and heal burns. Elderberry is still one of the most used medicinal plants to support a healthy immune function, alleviate stress, and reduce symptoms from cold and flu.
Benefits: Helps supports respiratory health, promote collagen formation and maintains immune system.
Hippocrates, one of the most well-known figures in medicine, was known to prescribe Apple Cider Vinegar mixed with honey to help cure coughs and colds, detoxify the liver and cleanse the lymphatic system. Apple Cider Vinegar works by triggering an increase in PH which alkalizes your bodily fluids and tissue providing anti-inflammatory relief.
Benefits: May help lower blood sugar levels, aid in weight loss, reduce cholesterol and helps support a healthy heart. Helps support cellular energy production and may help in detoxifying the liver and lymph nodes.
An important natural vitamin that is added to a healthy diet. Helps maintain healthy skin, vision, bones, and teeth.
Benefits: Helps support the immune system.Helps maintain healthy skin. Helps build strong bones and teeth.Helps maintain the normal metabolism of iron.Helps prevent vitamin A deficiency.
This potent antioxidant helps lower oxidative stress in your body, which reduces inflammation and enhances immune response.
Benefits: An antioxidant that helps protect against oxidative stress. An antioxidant that protects cells against the oxidative effect of cell damage caused by free radicals.Helps maintain the normal function of the thyroid gland.
Plays a critical role in promoting a immune response. Having both anti-inflammatory and immuno-regulatory properties, D3 is crucial for the activation of immune system defences.
Benefits: Helps maintain strong bones and teeth. Helps in the absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus. May reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis when combined with calcium, a healthy diet, and regular exerciseHelps with immune function. Helps prevent vitamin D deficiency. Supports weight management and muscle function.
An essential trace mineral found in all body tissues and plays a role in making red blood cells and maintaining nerve cells and the immune system.
Benefits: Helps form red blood cells. Helps maintain normal iron transport in the body. Helps prevent copper deficiency. Helps maintain healthy bones, blood vessels, nerves, and immune function.
Vital to supporting the biochemical reactions in the immune system. B6 + B12 play an important role in white blood cell production which are essential for proper immune system functioning.
Benefits: Helps in energy metabolism and tissue formation. Helps form red blood cells. Helps prevent vitamin B6 deficiency. Helps maintain the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients. Helps the body to use and store energy.
An essential fat soluble nutrient that helps our body with blood clotting, breaking down of calcium and healthy blood circulation.
Benefits: Helps in the maintenance of bones & heart health. Helps prevent calcium and fatty material from forming on artery walls. May help reduces risk of blood clots and heart disease.Helps prevent vitamin K deficiency.
This trio of B vitamins also helps maintain brain health and proper neurological function, helps reduce levels of homocysteine and amino acid, and may reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Benefits: Helps prevent folate deficiency. Helps maintain the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients. Helps reduce the risk of neural tube defects when taken daily at least three months prior to becoming pregnant and during early pregnancy. Helps support normal early fetal development (brain and spinal cord).
Found in food, Biotin is a B vitamin that helps the body convert food into energy and plays many other important roles in helping to boost metabolism, maintaining healthy hair, nails and skin.
Benefits: Helps maintain healthy hair, nail, mucous membranes, and skin. Helps prevent biotin deficiency. Helps cell growth. Helps support a healthy pregnancy and promotes fetal and child development. Supports thyroid function. Helps manage blood sugar levels. May aid in weight loss. Helps maintain the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients.
Key for the growth and maintenance of the body. It is is found in several systems and biological reactions, specifically cell growth/division, enzyme reactions, DNA synthesis and protein production.
Benefits: Helps with immune function. Helps thyroid function. Helps in energy metabolism and tissue formation. Helps with wound healing and blood clotting. Helps maintain healthy bones, hair, nails, and skin.Helps prevent zinc deficiency. Helps maintain the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients. Powerful antioxidant.
An antioxidant for good health that protects cells against the damage caused by free radicals and helps maintain health of vision, reproduction, blood, brain and skin.
Benefits: Antioxidant for good health.An antioxidant that protects the fat in body tissues from oxidation.Maintains immune systemHelps maintain skin and vision.Supports a healthy heartHelps prevent vitamin E deficiency.
Iron is a mineral and one of the components in the human body responsible for hemoglobin production. Without enough of it, you may develop anemia.
Benefits: Helps to form red blood cells and helps in their proper function.Helps to prevent iron deficiency & anemia, keeps the immune system healthy and helps brain cells work normally.Helps to prevent iron deficiency anemia and associated tiredness and fatigue.Helps to prevent iron deficiency anaemia, form red blood cells and helps in their proper function.Helps pregnant women meet the recommended intake for iron, when taken in conjunction with a healthy diet.Helps to form red blood cells and helps in their proper function.
Named after the Greek city Magnesia, Magnesium is the 11th most abundant element in the body. Magnesium is necessary to help develop and maintain bones, teeth and proper muscle function and tissue formation.
Benefits: Helps in energy metabolism, tissue formation, and bone development. Helps maintain proper muscle function, including the heart muscle. Helps maintain normal electrolyte balance. Helps prevent magnesium deficiency. Helps maintain the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients.
An essential micronutrient and powerful antioxidant that promotes overall health and immunity.
Benefits: Helps maintain the body’s ability to metabolize nutrients. Helps in the development and maintenance of bones, cartilage, teeth, and gums. Helps in connective tissue formation, and cellular function. Helps maintain immune function. An antioxidant that helps fight against the oxidative damage caused by free radicals. Appears to help both prevent and treat respiratory infections.