Matcha Green Tea has been traditionally used for medicinal uses going back back 5000 years in China. A natural stimulant, green tea leaves contain low levels of caffeine, but in combination with L-Theanine, a water-soluble amino acid that neutralizes the speedy “rise and crash” effect typical of caffeine. Green tea invigorates without draining your energy.
Mangosteen, Mangostana garicinia, contains a powerful, life-enhancing bio-active phyto-nutrient compounds, “Xanthones,” inside the pulp (rind). Xanthones are found nowhere in nature in more abundance and are super strength antioxidants with a long list of beneficial properties.
Jiaogulan (“jow-goo-lan”), Gynostemma pentaphyllum, is known as a native to S. W. China, known for the longevity of its inhabitants where it is known as the “Herb of Immortality” taken in the morning to provide energy and after work to relive fatigue. Modern science has confirmed that Jiaogulan increases oxygen utilization and assists efficient cardiac function. Jiaogulan became known to the West when Chinese athletes used it as a secret weapon in their pursuit of Olympic metals.
Moringa, Moringa oleifera, also known as the “Tree of Life”, supports natural holistic health. Its nutritional value and curative properties make moringa one of natures’ most gifted botanicals. Moringa leaves are known for lowering blood pressure, lowering blood sugar levels, reducing chronic inflammation and calming the nervous system.
Noni, Morinda citrifolia, has been used in rehabilitation programs to help people escape from dependency on drugs, alcohol, nicotine, overeating and other habitual substances and obsessive behaviors. By adjusting serotonin levels people are able to feel good without the need for these substances thus reducing the physical component of these obsessive behaviors and addictions.
Spirulina is a microscopic, blue-green algae has been around for over 3.6 billion years. Spirulina turned sunlight into energy and filled the Earth’s atmosphere with the oxygen needed in order for higher life forms to start evolving. Humans have been eating Spirulina since prehistory, and today, this tiny aquatic plant is widely regarded as the world’s greatest ‘super food.’