Aloe Vera: A real must as a dietary supplement is aloe vera juice. Numerous vitamins, minerals and enzymes it contains have now also been scientifically proven
Bitter leaf: The bitter leaf ( veronia amygdalina ) is one of the most powerful African herbs and has numerous positive properties.
Graviola or prickly annone (Annona muricata) belongs to the annone family and was recently discovered as a superfood in the western world. In traditional folk medicine, graviola has been used to…
Ginger: The popular wonder tuber from Southeast Asia contains numerous medically effective ingredients and is therefore also a popular remedy in naturopathy.
Caramel: The aldehydes contained in caramel are said to have an antioxidant effect. The caramel is also used as a food coloring
Garlic: Garlic was already mentioned in ancient Egyptian writings from around 1550 BC. called as a remedy and is still considered a prophylactic for many diseases today.
Lime: The lime is an integral part of traditional medicine in countries in the tropics and subtropics. Limes are used against the aging process, colds, drinking water disinfection, rheumatism, malaria and depression. The immune system…
Mango: Mango is one of the fruits that contain the most vitamin A, vitamin B, beta-carotene, folic acid and beta-carotene and thus also strengthen the immune system.
Moringa: Moringa Oleifera is known as the "tree of life" and is considered the most nutritious plant on earth and also a natural remedy for around 300 diseases and ailments
Pigeon pea: The pigeon pea, native to India and Africa, contains a high proportion of proteins, amino acids, oleic acid and linoleic acid and is widely used in naturopathy.