Gotu Kola

Gotu KolaCentella asiatica, is one of the most important regenerative Ayurvedic herbs. These leaves have been used for centuries by yogis to support deep meditation.  It is believed to develop the Crown Chakra, the energy center at the top of the head and balance the right and left hemispheres of the human brain.  In addition to its use in ancient India, China and Africa have traditionally used gotu kola for its  medicinal properties.

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Blue Butterfly Pea Vine

Blue butterfly peaClitoria ternatea, vine is noted for its bright blue edible flowers that have a shape similar to female genitalia from which it derives its scientific name.  Aside from its many culinary uses, the blue butterfly pea vine has been used in Ayurveda as well as traditional Asian and Middle Eastern medicine and its health benefits are increasingly supported by modern science. Blue butterfly pea itself has a rich historical background with a multitude of health convenient properties.

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Black Ginger

Black gingerKaempferia Parviflora, has been used as a vitalizing and stimulating herb for centuries.  It displays adaptogenic activities and reduces triglycerides, preventing diabetes. Black Ginger has been a known ingredient in male sexual performance formulations due to significant levels of PDE5 inhibitors which increase blood-flow to the testis and stimulate dopaminergic function in the hypothalamus.

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Better value

Thai Freeze Dry products provide a better value – a better solution to your specific needs and problems, and a better path to improve your life.
Let’s first agree on two basic assumptions:

  1. Our greatest asset is our health.
  2. We want the best value we can find when we spend our hard-earned money.

If we look at the FACTS rather than the marketing “hype”  We provide the best value on the planet.

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Culinary Herbal Applications

Hippocrates of Kos, a Greek physician during the golden age of Pericles famously wrote:  “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” .  Professional and amateur chefs worldwide are aware of the strong and growing trend toward “functional” food which is not only delicious, but healthy as well.

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