|Barley Grass (Hordeum vulgare) – A cereal grass that is dense |
in nutrients which include: chlorophyll, antioxidants, amino ac-
ids, vitamins, and minerals. Traditional practitioners have used
Barley Grass to assist with allergies, anemia, arthritis, asthma,
chronic fatigue, skin injuries and yeast infection. Research has
also demonstrated that Barley Grass may also have a reparative
effect on DNA damaged by carcinogens and radiation.
Chlorella (Chlorella pyrenoidosa) – A genus of unicellular green
algae that is known for its high nutritional value. Not only rich in
chlorophyll, Chlorella is 50% protein, 20% fat, 20% carbohydrate
and many other minerals and vitamins. These nutrients include
B vitamins, carotenoids, vitamin C, magnesium, lutein and other
Spirulina (Spirulina platensis) – One form of blue-green algae
that was named because of the spiral shape of each individual
spirulina cell. It is known for its high density of nutrition contain-
ing chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals and vitamins. Spirulina
has been found to have 10 times more beta carotene than car-
rots; to be a rich source of iron, magnesium and trace minerals;
and to have high concentrations of gamma linoleic acid which
assists with infammation.
Irish Moss (Chondrus crispus) – A species of seaweed consid-
ered by herbalists to be a nourishing and strengthening food
medicine. Historically, its primary role was to quicken recovery
after a debilitating illness and it is also a signifcant source of
iodine, which is critical for thyroid function.
Amla Berry (Emblica offcinalis) – Amla is native to India and has
been prized by Ayurvedic healers as a rich source of antioxidants
and because it contains signifcant amounts of vitamin C. It is
considered an adaptogen, with other traditional uses including
infammatory conditions, autoimmune disorders, connective tis-
sue disorders, to improve vision and prevent damage to the body
caused by toxins.
Oat Straw (Avena sativa) – Considered by many Eclectic physi-
cians to be one of the best remedies to strengthen and calm the
whole nervous system while under stress. It has also been used
for both physical and nervous fatigue associated with depres-
sion, insomnia, and exhaustion.
Fo Ti (Polygonum multiforum) – Claimed by the Chinese to be
the herb for longevity and wellness. Traditionally it has been
used as a cardiovascular strengthener, to infuence the endo-
crine glands and as a tonic to help tone the liver and kidneys.
Current research has shown Fo Ti to support and protect the
Nutritional Yeast – Considered to be a rich source of several
nutrients including protein, B vitamins, beta glucans and trace
minerals, especially chromium and selenium.
Other Ingredients: Ethanol 20%, Purifed Water.
This product is gluten-free.
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