Ingredients

Cacao

Cacao is rich in essential minerals, including magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc, potassium, and phosphorus. This ancient superfood is rich in antioxidants as well; Cacao Beans contain 10,000 milligrams (10 grams) per 100 grams of flavonol antioxidants. This is a whopping 10% antioxidant concentration level! This makes cacao one of the richest sources of antioxidants of any food. Sourced from Peru and Ecuador, our premium cacao is organically cultivated in its native environment. The Cacao fruit is cut open and the pulp is removed to obtain the seeds or cacao beans. The Cacao Beans are fermented during 6-7 days, then washed and sun-dried for 3-4 days. Once dried, the Beans are pitted to obtain the Cacao Nibs. The Nibs are ground to obtain Cacao Paste (Cacao Liquor), and then pressed to separate the Cacao Butter. The Cacao Paste (Cacao Liquor) is rich in Cacao Butter (about 50%). The pure Cacao Butter that is obtained by pressing the Cacao Paste (Cacao Liquor) is white-yellowish and an important ingredient that gives chocolate its creamy texture.

Gotu Kola

One of Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine’s most treasured herbal medicines, Gotu Kola is the shape of the human brain - so it’s no wonder it has been revered for thousands of years for its ability to enhance cognitive function. Gotu Kola is known for increasing blood vessel and collagen growth. The plant itself can soak up heavy metals from the soil. Actions: antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, adaptogens. Common medicinal uses include: to increase long-term memory, improve healing, prevent hair loss, treatment of psoriasis, treatment of stomach ulcers, to increase skin strength and collagen production. It reduces anxiety and is a natural anti-depressant by increasing serotonin and dopamine. Gotu Kola has a very mild to slightly bitter taste. Traditionally mixed with ghee in Ayurvedic medicine. Legend has it that people observed elephants eating wild growing Gotu Kola and, knowing their memory, decided to try it themselves. Nicknamed the “Herb of Enlightenment” by monks, yogis, sages and Daoist's. 

Lucuma

The Subtropical fruit Lucuma (also known as “Gold of the Incas”) which is native to the Andean valleys of Peru, is an ancient super-food which can be traced back 8000 BC to a place called Callejon de Huaylas in Ancash, Peru, where the culture Moche resided. There have been archaeological discoveries of art portraying Lucuma in the shape of ceramics, sculptures and knitting’s from Pre-Incas civilizations such as the Moche and Nazca. The delicious subtropical fruit is rich in antioxidants and has many beneficial properties including, high levels of carotene, fibre, vitamins, minerals vitamin B3, and other B vitamins. It is well known for its sweet maple flavour and low sugar content.

Maca Root

In the Andean Mountains of Bolivia and Peru resides a magnificent plant that has been used for thousands of years. Archaeological sites have discovered primitive cultivations of Maca dating back to 1600 B.C.E. Domesticated and prized by the Incas 2,000 years ago, Maca powder helps increase energy, stamina, balance and nurture the body. It is also well known to increase libido. This ancient superfood is loaded with fibre, nutritious vitamins, amino acids, fatty acids, minerals, including vitamins B1, B2, B, C, D, E, potassium, iron, magnesium copper, selenium, phosphorous and calcium. Maca root contains nearly sixty phytochemicals including glucosinolates and macamides that promote optimal functioning of the hypothalamus and pituitary master glands.

Reishi

This fascinating fungus has been revered in Asian societies for thousands of years and is one of the oldest symbols of well-being and longevity. Reishi contains beta-glucans, one of the most effective and powerful immune system boosters that we know off.  Medicinal uses include: increased longevity, anti-cancer, liver regeneration, neuroprotective properties, immune enhancement, improved mood and to relieve depression.

Chaga

One of nature's oldest medicinal herbs, Chaga, often called  “The King of All Mushrooms" grows in the berch forests of the Northern Hemisphere and has been used therapeutically since ancient times by both the indigenous Siberians and in traditional Chinese medicine. Modern research has revealed that chaga is a nutrient-dense alkaline superfood rich in adaptogens, antioxidants, enzymes, vitamins, minerals and β-glucan polysaccharides. Chaga rates the highest on the ORAC ! (Oxygen radical absorbance capacity). Consuming chaga has demonstrable benefits for athletic performance, brain function, digestion, endurance, energy levels, immunity and skin health. 

Tremella

Tramella mushroom is a revened anceient herb with its use dating back to 200AD where it was reserved for royalty only. It is known to slow the aging process, improve your skins elesticity by deeply hydrating and nourishing your skin and body, giving you a youthful glow. Tramella Mushroom has remarkable water retaining properties and can hold 500 times its own weight. This is greater than hyaluronic acid, a common ingredient used in expensive skin care products to retain the skins moister. Tramella mushroom delivers intensive hydration powers than can help combat chronic dehydration and improve your overall health. 

Pearl collagen

Pure organic freshwater pearl collagen contains essential nutrients that activate enzymes and hormones, promoting healing, and dramatically reverse the aging process. It contains amino acids, these building block of proteins are essential for our bodies to function properly. They stimulate skin cells to produce collagen, premote cellular repair and hydration, and protect the skin from pollution and outside elements.  

Cordyceps

Cordyceps medicinal mushrooms are best known for increasing stamina, physical strength, sexual power, impotence, as a natural aphrodisiac and to help with fatigue associated with ageing.  It is also known for respiratory health with it's ability to protect the lungs by way of detoxification and circulation, so the amount of oxygen reaching the lungs improves.

Lions main

Lions Mane mushroom has been used medicinally in Asia for thousands of years, it is an all-natural booster, a nootropic with no side effects. It has been shown to improve memory, boost creativity and help with concentration by activating the nervous system and brain. Lion’s Mane boosts the quantity of NGF (nerve growth factor) within the brain, which boosts cognition by the reduction of inflammation, stimulating neural development, as well as enhancing all round brain health.

Mesquite

Organic mesquite powder is rich in a number of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Organic mesquite powder is a great source of zinc, which is essential for a healthy immune system. It is also a fantastic source of lysine, magnesium, iron, and dietary fibre. It has high levels of calcium, important for maintaining healthy hair, skin, and bone strength. It also is a rich source of dietary potassium, essential for proper water balance and healthy heart functioning. Additionally, mesquite powder has a low GI of 25 which helps maintain stable blood sugar levels, as well as a low fat and cholesterol content, and is said to help prevent osteoporosis and bone degeneration.

He Shou Wu

He Shou Wu is one of our favourite tonic herbs due to it's potent adrenal and kidney healing abilities by way of quickly restoring Yin Jing. It has amazing benefits to the blood, heart and circulatory system. By increasing the red blood cells in the body, He Shou Wu can boost your immune system. 

Ashwagandha

Ashwaganda is an adaptogenic herb that’s popular in Ayurvedic medicine and has been used for more than 2,500 years. Medicinal properties include; tonic, rejuvenative, aphrodisiac, nervine, sedative, astringent, anti-anxiety, anti-depressant and anti-inflammatory. In India, ashwagandha is known as the ‘strength of the stallion’ because it has traditionally been used to strengthen the immune system after illness.Researchers believe Ashwagandha has an ability to balance adrenal hormones while also reducing bodily pain in muscles and joints.

Mucuna Prurien

Mucuna Prurien seeds are a medicinal herb thought to treat male infertility and nervous disorders, also used as an aphrodisiac. Mucuna Pruriens have been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years to treat infertility and Parkinson’s Disease. Mucuna pruriens is an aphrodisiac, enhancing libido & healthy sexual energy. Current testing touts Mucuna as a natural anti-depressant, stress reliever and to improve sense of well-being, sleep and energy. 

Kakadu plum

Considered a gift of the Dreamtime, the Kakadu Plum is Australia’s star superfood performer. Kakadu Plum has exceptional nutritional and antiseptic properties and has been an important food and medicine in Northern Australia for millennia. From March to June, the local people harvest and consume this energizing, thirst-quenching fruit. Throughout the rest of the year, the tree sap is consumed to treat joint inflammation, whilst the bark is applied to the body to treat burns, rashes and infections. Health benefits
Highest recorded levels of Vitamin C of any fruit in the world, measuring up to 100 times the Vitamin C content found in an orange.
Due to its extreme potency, you only need 1g of Freeze Dried Kakadu Plum powder to match the Vitamin C content found in an entire orange.
Exhibits outstanding antioxidant capacity, being 5.2 times more potent than the blueberry.
Due to its exceptional anti-oxidant composition,  it is believed that Kakadu Plum could provide the most powerful Alzheimer’s treatment to date.
Celebrated for its medicinal properties and is a known antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral agent.
Avegetarian source of iron and Vitamin E and contains 110μg of folate per 100g – the same amount found in broccoli.

Riberry

For thousands of years, on the east coast and in the hinterland and rainforest regions, Aboriginal people relied upon Riberries as a core food source. The fruit was usually picked and gathered by women and children. Whilst children thought of the berries as a delicious sweet treat, adults commonly referred to them as “medicine berries”. Riberries provided essential vitamins and minerals to fight against colds and keep the immune system healthy and strong. Health Benefits
Three times the folate of a blueberry. Folate is needed for healthy growth and development and is essential for the healthy development of a baby during pregnancy.
Rich in manganese and an important plant source of calcium.
Contains high levels of anthocyanin, a potent antioxidant that is thought to improve cognitive function and protect against certain cancers, heart and Alzheimer’s diseases.

Finger lime

A fruit of a rare rainforest tree, the Finger Lime has been a valuable source of food and medicine for Aboriginal people for thousands of years. The fruit was eaten for its delicious taste and its ability to ward off disease. Health Benefits
Bursting with zesty flavour, Finger Limes are rich in folate, potassium and Vitamin E.
Each Finger Lime contains three times the Vitamin C found in a mandarin.
The level of Vitamin E is exceptionally high in the pink Finger Lime. Vitamin E is one of the most important antioxidants in human cell protection and disease prevention.

Lemon Myrtle

The Lemon Myrtle is a beautiful Australian shrub, whose leaves have been used by Indigenous Australians for a swag of purposes. Sucking on them provided both hydration and a boost of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. The disease fighting high antimicrobial properties were released by chewing or by crushing the leaves into a paste. Health Benefits
The most concentrated source of plant citral (>90%). Citral contains powerful antimicrobial and antifungal properties, which are even superior to those of terpene hydrocarbons found in the renowned tea tree oil.
An exceptional, vegan source of calcium.
A good source of lutein – a carotenoid vitamin that plays an important role in eye health, improving symptoms in atrophic age-related macular degeneration, which is the leading cause of vision loss in aging Western societies.  Lutein protects the retina from damage by inhibiting inflammation.
A great source of antioxidants, such as phytochemicals that provide antioxidant activity in both the hydrophilic and lipophilic environment. These antioxidants provide comprehensive protection from oxidative stress, as well as other health benefits.
An excellent source of folate, Vitamin A, Vitamin E and essential minerals including zinc and magnesium. These nutrients are required for the synthesis and self-repair of DNA.