A vegetarian source of vitamin B, C and E
for a natural vitality booster.

It supports and balances hormones,
heals depression, keeps teeth and bones healthy.

Grown in the high altitude Andes in Peru, cultivated for
more than 3,000 years.

Used medicinally for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS),
enhancing stamina, athletic performance, nutritive
rejuvenate that increases pituitary function,
boosts the body’s natural hormonal production,
memory and fertility


Called “the Queen of all spices”, because its position being one of the top three most expensive spices.

Contains antioxidants and cineole.

It detoxifies the liver, strengthens the immune system, calms the nerve etc.

Rumoured to be an aphrodisiac.


It contains many vitamins and minerals (vitamin-C, vitamin B6, calcium, potassium, iron etc).

Packed full of vitamin C, adds a tangy acid flavour as well as bringing out the flavours of other foods.

Provides a good source of pectin and soluble fibre, which reduce blood cholesterol.


Cultivated in warm damp zones, with India being the major grower. One of it’s old proverbs states “everything good is found in ginger”.

Zingerone, shoals, gingerols, minerals, dietary fibres and volatile oils make up its aroma, flavour as well as its medical properties.

Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-bacterial, proven to reduce pain etc.


Pear warrants that all sugar come from fructose of fruit.