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  • CRANBERRY

    CRANBERRY

    Overview

    Cranberries (actually a fruit, not a berry) are a group of evergreen dwarf shrubs that are naturally rich in antioxidants, especially vitamin C.

    Key benefits

    • Naturally rich in antioxidants
    • Supports urinary tract health

    Fun fact

    Cranberries are a picky little species and require specific requirements to bear fruit. They grow on low-lying vines in beds, known as ‘cranberry bogs’. 

  • ZINC

    ZINC

    Overview

    Zinc is one of the most important minerals for our immune system, it cannot be made within the body and is sought out through diet or supplementation.  

    Key benefits

    • Maintains healthy immune system function 
    • Supports skin repair  

    Fun fact

    Zinc is a trace mineral, meaning although it’s crucial, our bodies don’t need vast amounts of it. 

  • VITAMIN D

    VITAMIN D

    Overview

    Vitamin D is known as the ‘sunshine vitamin’ and is both a nutrient we eat and a hormone our bodies make.  

    Key benefits

    • Maintains healthy bones  
    • Supports healthy teeth 

    Fun fact

    Vitamin D was discovered nearly 100 years ago and as it was the fourth 'vitamin' discovered, it was named vitamin D. 

  • VITAMIN C

    VITAMIN C

    Overview

    Vitamin C is a well-known antioxidant that contributes to normal immune system function and the regeneration of vitamin E.  

    Key benefits

    • Supports the immune system to fight illness.  
    • Supports the formation of collagen  
    • Maintains strong and healthy bones and teeth  

    Fun fact

    The body cannot produce vitamin C on its own, making a diet rich in vitamin C important for overall health.  

  • MAGNESIUM

    MAGNESIUM

    Overview

    Magnesium is an important mineral to maintain cardiovascular health, energy production and muscle health. 

    Key benefits

    • Relieves tiredness and fatigue 
    • Supports cognitive function  

    Fun fact

    Magnesium is involved in more than 300 metabolic reactions in the body. 

  • GLOBE ARTICHOKE

    GLOBE ARTICHOKE

    Cynara cardunculus

    Overview

    Globe artichoke (Cynara cardunculus), also known as French artichoke and green artichoke is a vegetable that grows thistle-like flowers.  

    Key benefits

    • Relieves symptoms of indigestion 
    • Assists with healthy digestion   

    Fun fact

    Globe artichoke is seasonally available from late autumn to late spring in Australia.  

  • MILK THISTLE

    MILK THISTLE

    Silybum marianum

    Overview

    Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is a powerful detoxifying herb that helps to restore and regenerate the integrity of liver cells.  

    Key benefits

    • Supports natural liver cleansing  
    • Traditionally used in Western Herbal
    • Medicine to maintain gallbladder health 

    Fun fact

    Milk thistle gets its name from the milky-white liquid that is extracted from the leaves when crushed.  

  • TURMERIC

    TURMERIC

    Curcuma longa

    Overview

    Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a member of the ginger family and contains an active ingredient called curcumin.  

    Key benefits

    • Relieves inflammation 
    • Supports joint mobility  

    Fun fact

    Turmeric stains can ruin an outfit. Try mixing 1 tbsp of liquid dish washing detergent, 1 tbsp of white vinegar and ½ litre of cold water. Apply to the stain, sponge and repeat.  

  • GRAPE SEED

    GRAPE SEED

    Overview

    Grape seed is an extract made from the crushed seeds of grape plants, it’s a popular beauty antioxidant naturally rich in polyphenols.  

    Key benefits

    • Helps protect against the effects of free radicals in the body  
    • A rich source of proanthocyanidins 

    Fun fact

    Grape seeds are pressed to remove the oil and then dried and ground to become an extract for wellness uses.  

  • SPIRULINA

    SPIRULINA

    Overview

    Spirulina is categorised as a superfood and is a blue-green algae rich in nutrients.  

    Key benefits

    • Source of chlorophyll, iron, thiamin, riboflavin and vitamin B6 

    Fun fact

    Spirulina is a common source of protein for those adopting a vegan diet.  

  • POTASSIUM

    POTASSIUM

    Overview

    Potassium is an essential mineral found naturally in many fruits and meat and is needed for the proper functioning of all cells and tissues. 

    Fun fact

    Potassium is an important electrolyte alongside sodium, magnesium, calcium and chloride. You can find it in bananas, watermelon, orange and coconut water.   

  • ECHINACEA

    ECHINACEA

    Overview

    Also known as the ‘purple coneflower’, echinacea is a herb that’s native to areas east of the Rocky Mountains in the USA. 

    Key benefits

    • Supports a healthy immune system Traditionally used in western herbal medicine to relieve symptoms of mild respiratory tract infections 

    Fun fact

    Echinacea is a member of the daisy family, cute. 

  • CHLOROPHYL

    CHLOROPHYL

    Overview

    Chlorophyl is a naturally occurring pigment and is considered nature’s “greatest superfood”. 

    Key benefits

    •  Natural source of antioxidants 

    Fun fact

    Chlorophyl plays a vital role in photosynthesis, it absorbs red and blue light from sunlight and is the reason leaves are green.  

  • ROSEHIP OIL

    ROSEHIP OIL

    Overview

    Rosehip oil is made using the fruit and seeds of the rose plant (rosa canina rose bush) and is different to rose oil, which is extracted from rose petals. 

    Key benefits

    • Packed with vitamins and antioxidants  
    • Protects skin moisture barrier 
    • Helps with skin hydration  

    Fun fact

    Hips are the small fruit seeds that sit behind the flower and are left over once the rose has blossomed and lost its petals. 

  • OMEGA 3

    OMEGA 3

    Overview

    Omega 3 is essential group of fats consisting of 3 types: ALA, EPA and DHA. 

    Key benefits

    • Supports healthy eyesight 
    • Maintains healthy brain function 

    Fun fact

    While omega-3 fats are essential for health, the body can’t make them from scratch, so must get them from food.

  • ASHWAGANDHA

    ASHWAGANDHA

    Overview

    Once of the most widely used Ayurvedic herbs, ashwagandha functions as an adaptogen (a natural substance which helps the body adapt to stress). 

    Key benefits

    • Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to calm nerves and induce sleep  
    • Contains antioxidants which could improve cognitive functions. 
    • Traditionally used in ayurvedic medicine to improve memory and cognition&

    Fun fact

    Ashwagandha’s name is Sanskrit for the ‘smell of the horse’, and refers to its unique smell and ability to increase strength and vitality. 

  • SAFRON

    SAFRON

    Crocus sativus

    Overview

    Saffron (Crocus sativus) comes from the Crocus sativus flower and is renowned for its flavour, colour and fragrance. 

    Key benefits

    • Helps calm nerves 
    • Helps body adapt to stress 

    Fun fact

    Saffron per ounce is worth more than gold. Why? Saffron can only be harvested by hand and as each flower produces just three stigmas, large quantities are needed to harvest a usable amount.