Amla, the Indian gooseberry, is rich in vitamin C. It has been used for about 5000 years as a classic tonic in Ayurveda for its healing and rejuvenating properties.
The dried root of the Ashwagandha plant, as known from ancient Ayurvedic medicine, is known for its calming, strengthening, and rejuvenating properties.
Basil blossoms are traditionally believed to have digestive and pain-relieving properties in the gastrointestinal area.
Mugwort is known as a digestive elixir and women's herb. Its relaxing effect can provide relief in many cases.
Gotu Kola, also known as Brahmi, is believed to enhance learning and memory according to Ayurveda tradition and promotes calmness and peace.
The aroma of curry leaves is fresh, slightly fruity, and smoky.
Guduchi, the Heart-leaved Moonseed, according to the ancient tradition of Ayurveda, ignites the life force and promotes alertness and mental clarity.
Ginger, according to Ayurvedic tradition, strengthens the immune system and helps to dispel coldness.
Turmeric is a spice that is widely used in Ayurvedic tradition and is appreciated for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Moringa, the native miracle tree of Nepal, contains minerals, vitamins, proteins, and antioxidants in large and balanced quantities, which is why it is called "the best helper for mothers."
Mint has been traditionally known for generations to be beneficial for calming the digestive system and supporting gallbladder health.
Shatavari has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine for approximately 5000 years for women's health issues.
Stevia, das gesunde Süßungsmittel enthält weder Kalorien noch Zucker und reguliert den Blutzuckerspiegel.
The leaves of the Indian bay leaf tree are traditionally used in Ayurveda as a source of aroma.
Triphala is the collective name for the three most important Ayurvedic plants: Amalaki, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki. Together, they are believed to promote long life through gentle regulation of digestion according to traditional Ayurvedic teachings.
Tulsi, also known as Holy Basil, is well-known in the ancient Ayurvedic tradition for its stress-preventing and overall body harmonizing properties.
Cinnamon Basil, according to ancient herbal knowledge, is known to have calming and appetite-stimulating properties, as well as digestive and diuretic effects.
Cinnamon Leaf is considered beneficial for circulation and body warming in ancient herbal tradition, and it is believed to provide revitalization after exhaustion.
Lemon Basil is believed to have appetite-stimulating, digestion-promoting, diuretic, and antispasmodic properties according to ancient herbal knowledge.
Lemongrass is known for its refreshing and invigorating properties according to ancient traditions, and it may support the immune system.