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Cinnamon (24th June 2022): Cinnamon, due to its exotic aroma and flavor, is a primary ingredient in the kitchen of every household. From the origin of its use in 2800 BC by our ancestors for several purposes such as perfuming, as a cream and different ailments, it has initiated the interest of numerous researchers.

Copper (17th June 2022): You may think of copper as something related to electronics and wiring, but it’s also a significant trace mineral that you take into your body when you eat certain types of seafood, nuts, fruits, vegetables, and such other foods. It is found in all body tissues and your body needs copper for growth and your overall health. It plays an important role in many of your body’s systems and organs.

Grape Seed Extract (10th June 2022): Grapes, along with their sap and leaves – have been traditional medications in Europe for a long time. Grape seed extract is a dietary supplement obtained by removing, drying, and grinding the bitter-tasting grape seeds. Grape seeds are rich in antioxidants, including anthocyanin, flavonoids, phenolic acids, and Oligomeric Proanthocyanidin Complexes (OPCs).

Tyrosine (4th June 2022): Tyrosine is a nonessential amino acid the body produces from a different amino acid called phenylalanine. It is a necessary element for the production of various significant brain chemicals called neurotransmitters, including epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine. And based on this component, Tyrosine is also an admired dietary supplement used to enhance attention, focus and alertness.

ZINC (27th May 2022): Zinc is considered an essential nutrient, meaning that your body can’t produce or store it. For this reason, you must get a certain supply through your diet. Zinc is naturally found in a wide variety of both animal and plant foods. Foods that don’t usually contain this mineral, such as breakfast cereals, baking flour and snack bars, are often amplified with synthetic forms of zinc.

MULLEIN (18th May 2022): Common mullein is a renowned herb that is found all over Europe, in temperate Asia, in North America and is famous due to its medicinal features. This medical herb has more than 200 species and consists of various chemical components like flavonoids, saponins, iridoid and phenylethanoid glycosides, vitamin C and minerals.

PINK HIMALAYAN SALT (13th May 2022): “We salute you O’ great saint, The Great Himalayas.” The beauty of the Himalayas is in their unique rustic, calm tranquility. The Himalayas are home to some of the most beautiful lakes, rivers, meadows and valleys; and of course, some of the most health beneficiary natural herbs. A commonly used one among them is the Himalayan pink salt.

Dandelion Leaf (7th May 2022): Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinale) is a plant related to the Daisy family. It is often thought of as a creeper, but one can ingest its roots, leaves, and flowers for different purposes. Dandelion has been used in traditional medicine in Mexico, North America, and China. It also can be used to make wine, tea, soups, and salads.

Lemon Myrtle (30th April 2022): Lemon Myrtle is sometimes alluded to as the “Queen of The Lemon Herbs”. It possesses an acute citrus flavor and fragrance, and has been used in indigenous cuisine and medicine for a long time. In the wild, it can be found in the subtropical rainforests of south-eastern and central Queensland. Mature Lemon Myrtle trees reach 8m (25 ft) in height, or higher when crowned, but are usually smaller.

Biotin (22nd April 2022): Biotin is often also referred to a Vitamin B. Did you know that the word derives from the Greek workd “biotos” which means “life” or “sustenance”. It supports a range of metabolic processes not only in human beings but also other species. It helps in the way fats, carbohydrates and amino acids can be used in the body. Biotin plays an important role in keeping skin, hair, eyes, live and nervous system healthy.

Apple Cider Vinegar (14th April 2022): Apple cider vinegar is popular for a reason: it has a number of nutritious ingredients and benefits. When it comes to health, food, and natural treatments, apple cider vinegar comes to the rescue. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar is responsible for its sour flavour and smell. It’s also responsible for its incredible health advantages.

Pine Needle Tea (7th April 2022): With its fresh, lemony scent drifting above and soft, spongy needles blanketing the earth below the foot, everyone enjoys a trip through a pine forest. For thousands of years, pine needle tea has been revered for its numerous health advantages. Pine needles, which are full of healing powers and smell like Christmas, are accessible for picking throughout the winter when there is no other greenery to be found.

Ghee (1st April 2022): Ghee is a clarified butter variation that is widely used in Middle Eastern and Indian cooking. In Ayurveda, a centuries-old system of alternative medicine practised in India, ghee is utilised in conjunction with herbal therapy. Ghee has recently acquired popularity as a better alternative to regular butter, owing to its purported spiritual and medical benefits.

Beef Thyroid (24th March 2022): The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped gland that rests low on the front of the neck in the human body. It is an important hormone gland that plays a significant part in the body’s metabolism, growth, and development. It aids in the regulation of various physiological functions by continuously releasing thyroid hormones into the bloodstream.

Beef Intestines (17th march 2022): Organ meats are a rich source of nutrients and are used in many cultures’ traditional cuisines around the world. Organ meats have been consumed since ancient times, but the popularity of pre-modern eating habits such as the paleo diet has reignited interest in them. Tripe is a cut of meat that comes from the stomach lining of agricultural animals such as cows and goats.

Bull Testicle Testosterone Zinc (10th March 2022): In a video posted on Instagram which caught the internet by storm, the founder of Ancestral Lifestyle, Brian Johnson aka The Liver King, was seen munching on a set of gonads of a mammal. He doesn’t specify which animal lost its masculinity but based on their size people are guessing they are from a bull.

Beef Heart (3rd March 2022): It is not news that organ meats are highly nutritious and are considered a delicacy in many cultures. The heart is one of our favourite organ meats. However, many people regard the body’s key survival organs (brain, heart, kidney, liver, and lungs) as waste products, which is ironic. Organ meats, particularly the heart, are high in nutrients and have numerous health benefits.

Beef Thymus (24th February 2022): The thymus is a gland in your body which is located beneath the thyroid gland and above the heart. It’s formed like two ovals and is pinkish-grey in colour. The thymus is a remarkable organ in that it functions both before and after birth, as well as during puberty. When you reach puberty, the gland shrinks and is replaced by fatty tissue.

Wild Fish Eggs (16th February 2022): Fish eggs have long been revered as a sacred meal by indigenous peoples all over the world. South American native groups would journey for weeks from their mountain settlements to the sea to collect the eggs, dry them, and transport them back to their villages. South American native groups would journey for weeks from their mountain settlements to the sea to collect the eggs.

Zeaxanthin (11th February 2022): The root terms “zea” and “xanthos” are combined to form the name “zeaxanthin.” Corn belongs to the taxonomic genus Zea, which is named after the Greek word for grain. The Greek term zanthos means “yellow,” referring to the colour of zeaxanthin. Zeaxanthin is a carotenoid alcohol that occurs naturally.

NutriKane D (3rd February 2022): NutriKane D is a natural product that is helping to change the lives of innumerable people around the world. NutriKane D is a natural, concentrated meal that comes in a convenient sachet dose. It’s made up of dietary fibres and minerals that have been demonstrated to help maintain the microbiota while also decreasing blood sugar levels.

Black Currant (13th January 2022): Forskolin is derived from the root of a mint plant. Forskolin, which has been praised by TV doctors and nutritionists, first gained popularity as a weight-loss product a few years ago. However, it’s been utilised in Ayurvedic treatment for a long time. There is no such thing as a magic medication when it comes to losing weight.

Rutin (20th January 2022): Rutin is a bioflavonoid or plant pigment, that can be found in a variety of fruits and vegetables. Rutin is abundant in apples. Rutin can also be found in buckwheat, citrus fruits, figs, and black and green tea. Quercetin, an antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties can be found in rutin. It also aids in the production of collagen and the utilisation of vitamin C by the body.

Black Currant (13th January 2022): Who doesn’t enjoy black currant ice cream or muffins? Blackcurrant isn’t simply an ice cream flavour; it’s also a fruit. Antioxidant, antispasmodic, anti-diabetic, and anticancer properties are all found in these berries. Black currant belongs to the berry family, and because of its high nutritional value, it is considered one of the healthiest fruits.

Lutein (5th January 2022): Lutein belongs to the carotenoid family of antioxidants. Antioxidants inhibit the action of reactive chemicals known as free radicals, which can harm our organs and, as a result, our health, if they aren’t managed. Lutein can be found in a variety of fruits and vegetables, particularly those that are dark green, orange, or yellow in hue.