This green “Superfood of Sea” may:
• Boost Immunity
• Detox and Alkalize the Body
• Improve Energy and Mental Clarity
• Promote Weight Management
• Improve Gut Health

Fun Fact: Although spirulina has gained popularity recently, the algae originated 3.5 billion years ago and is one of the oldest known fossils! 

This flowering plant, commonly known as elderflower or elder, may:
Protect Against Infections and Bacteria
• Aid Digestion
• Improve Cardiovascular Health
• Enhance Respiratory Health
• Improve Skin

Fun Fact: Elderberries can be cooked and used to make juice, jams, chutneys, pies and even elderberry wine! 

This ancient medicinable herb may:
• Relieve Stress and Anxiety
• Reduce Blood Sugar Levels
• Decrease Cortisol Levels
• Increase Muscle Mass and Strength
• Reduce Inflammation

Fun Fact: Ashwagandha, which has been used for over 3,000 years, is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda, a form of alternative medicine based on Indian principles of natural healing. 

This nutrient-dense plant may:
• Lower Cholesterol
• Reduce Inflammation
• Improve Bowel Movements
• Speed Up Infection Healing
• Boost Immune System

Fun Fact: With high levels of vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, adding alfalfa sprouts to salads and sandwiches is an easy way to give yourself a nutritious boost. 

This plant product may:
• Fight Infections
• Lower Blood Pressure
• Remove Heavy Metals From The Body
• Balance The Immune System
• Treat Gastrointestinal Distress

Fun Fact: Wheatgrass is the name of the young grass of a wheat plant. 

This medicinal herb may:
• Boost Immune System
• Improve Heart Function
• Control Blood Sugar Levels
• Improve Kidney Function
• Relieve Fatigue

Fun Fact: Astragalus, an herb that has been used in Chinese medicine for years, is believed to prolong life and is used to treat a wide variety of ailments, such as fatigue, allergies and the common cold. 

This species of grass may:
• Balance Blood Sugar
• Support Heart Health
• Promote Weight Loss
• Improve Digestion
• Strengthen Bone Health

Fun Fact: Barley Grass is said to have 30 times more vitamin B1 and 11 times the amount of calcium than there is in cow’s milk! 

This green freshwater alga may:
• Aid Detox
• Enhance Immunity
• Improve Cholesterol
• Keep Blood Pressure Healthy
• Help Respiratory Diseases

Fun Fact: Chlorella is ranked as one of the top 10 health foods in the world. In fact, it is more nutrient-dense per gram than other greens, including kale, spinach and broccoli! 

This citrus fruit may:
• Support Heart Health
• Assist with Weight Management
• Prevent Kidney Stones
• Protect Against Anemia
• Reduce Cancer Risk

Fun Fact: Lemons trees can produce up to 600lbs of lemons every year! 

This shrub-like plant may:
• Keep Blood Sugars Leveled
• Boost Immunity
• Improve Skin
• Eliminate Harmful Free Radicals
• Improve Digestion

Fun Fact: Acerola contains 65 times more vitamin C than an orange.  

This red fruit may:
• Reduce Inflammation
• Lower Blood Pressure
• Help Fight Arthritis and Joint Pain
• Lower Risk of Heart Disease
• Fight Bacterial and Fungal Infections

Fun Fact: In Greece, a traditional housewarming gift is a pomegranate as a means of welcoming good luck, fertility and abundance.  

This sweet and antioxidant-filled berry may:
• Improve Mental Clarity
• Alleviate Stress
• Improve Cholesterol
• Slow Signs of Aging
• Boost Energy

Fun Fact:
Acai berries, pronounced ah-sigh-EE, come from the acai palm tree, which are specific to Central and South America 

This disease-fighting mushroom may:
• Boost Immune System
• Fight Fatigue
• Reduce Anxiety and Depression
• Improve Sleep
• Decrease Blood Sugar

Fun Fact: Reishi mushrooms are an especially common ingredient in Traditional Chinese Medicine and have been used as a staple for thousands of years.  

This healing mushroom may:
• Boost Exercise Performance
• Reduce Fatigue
• Slow Growth of Tumors
• Manage Diabetes
• Improve Heart Health

Fun Fact: Cordyceps are one of the most expensive mushrooms you can buy because they grow only at very high altitudes in the Himalayas of Tibet and China. 

This amino-acid packed mushroom may:
• Enhance Memory and Brain Function
• Reduce High Blood Sugar Levels
• Treat Peptic and Gastric Ulcers
• Maintain A Healthy Nervous System
• Reduce Anxiety and Depression

Fun Fact: Lion’s Mane, also known as “bearded tooth mushroom,” has been used for hundreds of years in traditional Chinese culture as a tonic for supporting overall health and longevity. In fact, it was usually eaten in Chinese cooking as a meat replacement due to its high protein content. 

This fruit-bearing vine may:
• Treat Respiratory Disorders
• Improve Liver Function
• Increase Endurance
• Reduce Menopause Symptoms
• Decrease Inflammation

Fun Fact: The berry itself is often called "five-flavor berry" because it possesses all five of the basic flavors of Chinese herbal medicine: salty, sweet, sour, spicy, and bitter. This means that it can benefit all five yin organs: the liver, lungs, heart, kidneys, and spleen.  

This yellow-orange spice may:
• Increase Antioxidant Capacity
• Assist with Inflammation
• Ease Depression
• Keep Blood Sugar Steady
• Fight Virus’

Fun Fact: Turmeric, which is a relative of ginger and has been used in India for thousands of years, is the spice that gives curry its yellow color. 

This fermentable fiber may:
• Improve Gut Health
• Promote Digestive Health
• Control Blood Sugar
• Improve Bowel Movements
• Assist With Calcium Absorption

Fun Fact: Inulin fiber is found naturally in the roots of many foods, such as whole wheat, onions, garlic, and artichokes and chicory root. 


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