Undeniably one of the most powerful and frequently studied herbs available. It’s diverse, multifunctionality allows it to also act as a super-antioxidant (both endogenous and dietary), and as a strong, digestive aid. *

Black Pepper

From your tabletop, to the boosting of Turmeric; when utilized with Turmeric (among other herbs and ingredients), studies show that the addition of black pepper increases turmeric’s effectiveness by up to 2000%. *


Most commonly used on a daily basis to support stomach ailments and motion sickness, Ginger is an extremely common, yet powerful herb. This is due largely to its ability to support and soothe our digestive system. *


Clove has traditionally been used for calming nausea and dizziness and promoting circulation. Studies show clove to be a plant-based antioxidant and a very effective herb to support the body's natural inflammatory processes when associated with general activities, stiffness, and post-exercise. *


Known analgesic qualities are helpful in calming and soothing tense nerves and muscles. As a potent stimulant, it works most effectively as support for the circulatory system and pelvic region. *


Cayenne is one of those rare herbs that offers a unique and positive effect on not only our blood-stream, but every cell and tissue in the human body.  Thousands of years of use speaks to cayenne's unique powers and benefits. *


It takes only minimal amounts to catalyze other herbs, expediting their benefits to the cells in a much more effective manner.  Full of trace minerals like fulvic and humic acids, Shilajit is also incredibly powerful on it’s own– supporting cellular strength and vitality. *