Ingredient Name Ingredient Description / Role
    Acetylcysteine Protects kidneys, dissolves mucus and binds with toxins and flushing them out of the body. Also used in the treatment of lung disease. Improves fertility, prevents hearing loss, relives systems of hangovers
    Alfalfa Has high protein content and highly digestible fiber high in calcium, vitamin A, C, D, E, and K.
    Aloe Vera Useful in the treatment of diabetes when taken internally can also help the digestive tract.
    Ascorbic acid A sugar acid with antioxidant properties. Also known as vitamin C
    Beet Healthy for the immune system protects the liver, treats high cholesterol levels and some cancers. Beet juice can lower blood pressure also.
    Biotin Is necessary for cell growth, the production of fatty acids, and the metabolism of fats and amino acids. Also helps is helpful in maintaining a steady blood sugar level and is often used for strengthening hair and nails.
    Bitter Orange An essential oil in flavorings and herbal medicines as a stimulant and appetite suppressant.
    Blackberry Contains high contents of dietary fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, manganese, and is also rich in antioxidants.
    Blackcurrant Contains high amounts of vitamin C, potassium, phosphorus, iron, and vitamin B5.
    Broccoli A roughage plant that helps to clean the intestines. A high source of vitamin C, K, A and fiber. Also contain multiple nutrients with potent anit-cancer properties and aids in the prevention of heart disease.
    Capsaicin The competent in chili peppers that cause the burn or “hot” sensation. Is also able to kill prostate cancer an inhibits the growth of leukemic cells
    Cassava Flour made from this root is called tapioca and contain significant amounts of calcium, phosphorus and vitamin C
    Chicory Is known for its toxicity to internal parasites and has long been used as substitute for coffee.
    Cinnamon High in anti oxidant activity
    Citric Acid A natural preservative and is use to add an acidic taste to food or drinks. Also acts as an antioxidant and lubricant or cleaning agent in the body.
    Coenzyme Q10 Is found in every cell in the body and is essential for the heath of cells, tissues, and organs. CoQ10 has powerful antioxidant effects and destroys free radicals in the body. The heart and liver contain the highest levels of CoQ10 in the body.
    Dietary Fiber Also called roughage protects from developing heart disease by reducing your cholesterol levels. Also reduces the risk of developing constipation and cancer.
    D-Ribose Is a heart protectant, aids in cellular recovery and endurance.
    Elderberry Enhances immune function by boosting the production of cytokines, proteins acting as messengers in the immune system to help regulate immune response.
    Enteric Coating A barrier applied to oral medication that controls the location in the digestive system where it is absorbed.
    Essential Fatty Acids Anti-inflammatory, mood affecting, behavior changing. Play an essential part in the metabolic process.
    Folic Acid We need this to produce healthy red blood cells and prevent anemia.
    Fructooligosaccharide A healthier calorie reduced sweetener extracted from fruits and vegetables like bananas, onions, garlic, asparagus, barley, wheat, tomatoes, can also prevent yeast infections.
    Fructooligosaccharide- Serves as a substrate for micro flora in the large intestine increasing the overall gastrointestinal tract health.
    Gelatin A gelling agent in everything from foods to make-up and photography. 99% Protein and relieves joint pain and reduce stiffness after workouts.
    Ginseng A mild inflammatory, antioxidant and immune tonic.
    Green Tea Lowers the chances of heart disease and certain cancers. A super potent antioxidant. Also beneficially impacts bone density and cognitive function
    Ginger Decreases the pain of arthritis also has blood thinning and cholesterol lowering properties that make it useful for treating heart disease. Effective for treating nausea, full of digestive enzymes.
    Glycerol Is use to get oxygen to muscle to help them be more effective. Also helps to use body fat as energy release it into the blood stream.
    Guarana Increases memory retention and physical endurance.
    Kelp High in iodine, kelp can treat the thyroid gland
    Kola Nut Often used to treat Asthma by opening bronchial air passages. Enhances alertness and physical energy, elevates mood, increases tactile sensitivity and suppresses the appetite.
    MSM Methylsulfonylmethane is a relatively new dietary supplement form of sulfur that is found in our living tissues. MSM supports healthy connective tissues like tendons, ligaments, and muscle. Thus, it is important in conditions such as arthritis, muscle pains, bursitis, etc.
    N-Acetylcysteine Restores glutathione concentrations in the liver which play an important role in destroying free radicals and containing oxidative damage within the cells. Protects the immune system from free radical damage and inhibits the growth of bacteria and the replication of viruses.
    Natural Gum Used as a thickening agent found in the woody elements of plants.
    Niacin Assists in the functioning of the digestive system, skin, and nerves. It is also important for the conversion of food to energy.
    Oat Has healthy cholesterol, lowering properties to aid in reducing the risk of heart disease.
    Okra Improves nutrition and boosts food security.
    Olive Leaf Lowers blood pressure, antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory effects double the antioxidant power of green tea.
    Pantothenic acid Is critical in the metabolism and synthesis of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
    Parsley Helps keep your breath fresh
    Peppermint Regarded as the world’s oldest medicine with the evidence placing it as far back 10,000years ago. Reduces IBS (irritable bowel syndrome). Can also reduce abdominal pains, and protect against liver damage.
    Phytochemicals Chemical compounds that occur naturally in plants. Among edible plants with promoting phytochemicals, Diindolylmethane, from brassica vegetables (broccoli, Cauliflower, cabbage, kale, and brussel sprouts) are useful in fighting respiratory tumors.
    Piperine Stimulates the pigmentation in the skin.
    Potassium Sorbate Used to inhibit molds and yeasts in many foods. It is also used to replace parabens that can cause cancer as a preservative.
    Red Raspberry Contains high amounts of antioxidants, dietary fiber, manganese, folic acid, magnesium, copper, iron, and vitamin C.
    Rhodiola Rosea Effective for improving mood and alleviating depression. Also improves physical and mental performance and reduces fatigue. Has shown very beneficial effects on the heart and cardiovascular system. Can help strengthen the arteries of the heart.
    Rhododendron Can regulate kidney function. It also has anti inflammatory and hepatoprotective functions.
    Riboflavin Is used in energy metabolism and supports normal vision health.
    Rosemary Shield the brain from free radical which lovers the risks of stoke and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Lou Gehrig’s.
    Silicon Dioxide When drunken with water can decrease the risk of dementia.
    Spinach High in iron, calcium, anti-oxidants, vitamins A, C, E, K, magnesium, folate, B2, Potassium, B6, Folic acid, Copper, protein, Phosphorus, Zinc, Niacin, and omega 3 fatty acids.
    Thiamin Is used in energy metabolism and supports normal appetite and nerve function.
    Trimethylgylcine and Dimethylglycine Supports the immune function and help in the production of several brain chemicals and hence improve mood, energy, wellbeing, alertness, concentration, and visual clarity.
    Vanillin Flavoring
    Vitamin A Plays an important role in tissues development and maintenance.
    Vitamin B6 Is used in amino acid and fatty acid metabolism and helps to make red blood cells.
    Vitamin B12 Helps to maintain nerve cells and helps to break down some fatty acids and amino acids.
    Vitamin C Stimulates production for all connective tissues including bones, teeth, skin and tendons as well as boosts the immune system.
    Vitamin D Promotes calcium absorption which is needed for bone growth, can reduce inflammation, and boost immune function.
    Vitamin E Protects white and red blood cells and participates in the body’s immune defenses.
    Vitamin K Is needed for blood clotting and its role in the increase of bone mass.
    Wheat Grass Young grass made into juice or powder provides chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. Also promotes detoxification.
    Xanthan gum Help to prevent oil separation in productions
    Zinc Citrate Aids in supporting the human immune system, tissues, and joints, as well as helping in cell growth, and is also known in to help with the combat of the common cold. Zinc has also been known for improving peoples sex life’s by improving sexual function. Zinc Citrate also helps with the health of our hair, helps heal skin wounds, and skin conditions, such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis.