Balance with Bergamot
Bergamot is a tropical plant but thrives and is primarily grown in the coastal regions of Italy, France, Turkey and Arizona. This small pear-shaped citrus fruit holds the hidden secrets to activating and maintaining a healthy heart, liver, immune system and nervous system. Love is the pure essence that heals, a force that bridges the gap between the opening of the lotus and our ever-evolving acceptance of another.
Restore Your Live With Açaí
Commonly known as the Açaí palm; this species of the palm tree is grown in swamp areas, of the Amazon river. In recent years there has been a high demand around the world for the fruit and centre of the palm. With plantation areas increasing in size to accommodate the vast growth of the Açaí being cultivated primarily as a financial resource, due to the many health benefits being reported from the berries.
Kiwi Fruit And Your Immune System
Vitamin C has been known to stimulate both the function and production of white blood cells (Leukocyte) which are part of our immune system. In particular, Neutrophil which destroys disease-causing agents, such as viruses or bacteria. Native to the Yangtze River valley of Northern China, known and originally named as the Chinese gooseberry. Kiwi fruit boosts your solar plexus.
For hundreds of years seaweeds have been used as food; usage in Ireland has been recorded to date back to the 12th century. Seaweeds are high in minerals, as a result of their marine growing environment. A delicacy of Japan, the Nori seaweed is roasted making it a pure seaweed, a great addition to many foods. Whilst in production only a small amount of (sea salt) and oil.
Blueberries Beat The Heart
Sweet, juicy, and plump a hidden gem amongst nature’s garden, blueberries are the easiest fruit to grow and have been recorded as the super fruit of the century. When it comes to nutrient, blueberries are low in calories, rich in antioxidants, low in fat and sodium, reduce blood pressure, arterial stiffness, supports your brain function and memory restoration.
Calendula The Edible Plant
Calendula (Marigold) holds the majestical and mystical power of natural medicine, not only is it edible this perennial plant blossoms into florets with several miniature flowers inside each other waiting to open. Dating back to the 12th century, many herbalists and chef’s appreciate the medicinal usage that the Calendula can provide for humans and animals.