Aloe vera has been used for a host of purposes since the ancient Egyptians called it the “plant of immortality.” Since then, its uses have become more targeted and medicinal, and it's one of the leading therapies for sunburns.
It has a large variety of bioactives, with the water extract showing promise at improving left ventricle function of the heart without any observable toxicity of side effects.
Organic Ashwagandha Helping to nourish both mind and body, its powder is bitter, sweet and rather pungent, making it the perfect addition to your favorite tea, smoothie or warm breakfast cereal on any day you feel you’re in need of a little rejuvenation yourself.
One of the first foods that signals the start of spring is the appearance of fresh asparagus at local farmers’ markets and grocery stores. In ancient times, asparagus was renowned as an aphrodisiac.
The plantains used as medicinal herbs are low-growing plants that you can find growing almost anywhere. In some circles plantain is regarded as a weed, but it’s actually one of the best healing herbs on the planet.
As rich and decadent as the deep color it’s known for, Beet Root Powder is a slightly sweet, earthy herb that can add a boost of nutrients to just about any meal you add it to. Rich in beta-carotene, fiber, vitamins B1, B5 and C, as well as zinc, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous, it’s easy to see why this powerful powder has been sought after for hundreds of years.
Kharshkas (in the traditional medicine texts of Hasak, Khash, Shokhohj, Skokhum) is a plant of shoots. The thistle is four-part and soft, but sharp thorns . The turtle is seen in hot weather and even in the desert.