Ingredients


Turmeric

Tumeric is native to tropical South Asia. Also referred to as “The Golden Spice.” Highly known for its vivid color, tumeric is derived from root form and is best known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Extended Benefits:

  • Detoxes Body
  • Prevents cancer
  • Increase energy
  • Reduces chances of Alzheimer’s disease
  • Supports youthful and aging skin

Oregano

Oregano, like many other mint family leaves, are a cook’s favorite due to its ability to bring a dish alive with just a pinch. Although known for its aromatic fragrance, oregano is also rich in antioxidants. Recent studies shows oregano has been affective against 23 species of bacteria. Making it one of the most effective herbs against fighting bacteria.

Extended Benefits:

  • Supports digestion
  • Improves heart health
  • Increases energy levels
  • Reduces the risk or heart attack and strokes

Coriander

Coriander also known as cilantro or chines parsley. This plant is know for its lemon floral notes. Often used in many Mexican cuisines. However, it’s typically the leaves we see in local markets. While, the seed grounded is what actually makes Coriander spice.

Extended Benefits:

  • Increases memory improvement
  • Lowers blood sugar levels in diabetics
  • Reduces menstrual pain
  • Promotes eye health

Garlic

Garlic, related to the onion and leek family is an herb that is grown around the world. Potent in fragrance and taste, its smell may last up to 48 hours in the human body after indigestion. This is due to its Sulfuric compounds. To mask this scent we suggest eating garlic during dinner hours to allow your body to metabolize the compounds.

Extended Benefits:

  • Lowers your chances of heart disease
  • Combats against sickness
  • Improves bone health preventing osteoarthritis

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne pepper is a hot spice used in many different regional styles of cooking. Cayenne is loved for its “hot kick” it adds to both food and in drinks. Though it is respected and recognized for its many medicinal uses.

Extended Benefits:

  • Prevents blood clots.
  • Lower high cholesterol
  • Contains vitamin C, E, and B6
  • Relives migraine pain

Chilli

Chili powder spice is related to bell peppers and tomatoes. It is made up of many other Latin American spices from dried fruit. Chili powder is known widely to add heat to a dish and is consumed by a quarter of the world today.

Extended Benefits:

  • Clear Congestion
  • Aids in weight loss and pain relieve
  • Stops the spread of prostate cancer
  • Lower risk of type 2 Diabetes

Safflower

Safflower’s are the bright orange flowers that not only make a dish beautiful, but also makes for a healthy heart. When Safflower is eaten, the chemicals that are released help to thin the blood. This helps to prevent blood clotting, while simultaneously stimulating the heart.

Extended Benefits:

  • A healthful source of fatty acids
  • Soothes dry skin
  • Fights Inflammation
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Widen blood vessels

Tarragon

Tarragon is one of the four finest herbs in French cooking. It is actually known as, “The King of Herbs,” in the romantic country. In regards to diabetes, Tarragon has been found to reduce insulin sensitivity.

Extended Benefits:

  • Improves Digestion
  • Helps with poor appetite
  • Aids in restful sleep and regulated sleep patterns
  • Serves as a natural pain agent
  • Rich in antioxidants that help fight free radicals in the body

Savory

Savory leaves stems from the mint family, and is native to the eastern Mediterranean. The flavor is somewhat reminiscent of its cousin thyme. Many also refer to it as a bit peppery.

Extended Benefits:

  • Rich in vitamins and minerals
  • Fights inflammation
  • Source of dietary fiber
  • Anti-Septic and Anti- Fungal

Ginger

Ginger is often associated with Asian cooking, and commonly used in stir-fries and teas. Ginger was one of the original luxury spices closely related to turmeric.

Extended Benefits:

  • Significantly reduce menstrual
  • Lowers Cholesterol
  • Improves brain function

Bay Leaves

Bay leaves, in addition to its decorative qualities are used in cooking for its distinctive flavor and fragrance. Bay leaves are known to treat cancer and gas, while stimulating bile flow.

Extended Benefits:

  • Helps to lower levels of stress hormones in the body
  • Reduce Anxiety & stress
  • Antiseptic
  • Contains high amount of folic acid

Onion

Onion originally from central Asia Onion lends a natural sweetness. Packed with nutrients, onions are calorie dense.

Extended Benefits:

  • Boosts bone density
  • Contains cancer fighting compounds
  • Boosts digestive health
  • Contains high amount of folic acid