It is undeniably one of the most powerful and frequently studied herbs available. It’s diverse multifunctionality allows it to act not only as a powerful anti-inflammatory, but as a super-antioxidant (both endogenous and dietary), and strong digestive aid.* 

Black Pepper

From your tabletop, to the better 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 2000%.*


Most commonly used in its day to day to help with upset stomachs, motion sickness, and hangovers, Ginger is an extremely common and powerful herb. This is due largely to its anti-inflammatory benefits and soothing effects on the digestive system.* 


It’s powerful antiseptic properties have traditionally been used for numbing toothaches, calming nausea and dizziness, and promoting circulation. After intensive study, we now understand clove to be a powerful antioxidant and highly effective anti-inflammatory. *


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


Cayenne equalizes blood flow in the body, strengthening and toning arteries and vessels that contribute to more productive blood flow and greater oxygen through the entire system.*


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 increasing vitality.*