Each capsule contains equivalent to fresh plant;
- Reishi (Ganoderma lucidium) mushroom 15,000mg
- Amla (Phyllanthus emblica) fruit 25,000mg yielding 50mg ascorbate and 50mg bioflavonoids
- Turmeric (Curcuma longa) root 12,500mg
- Frankincense (Boswelia serrata) oleoresin 2,250mg
- Myrrh (Commiphora myrrh) 3,750mg
- Chinese wormwood (Artemisia annua) leaf 5,000mg
Our food is also deficient and, in many cases, devoid of micronutrients. Even when purchasing organic and biodynamic you do not know if the vitamin and mineral level is adequate. You know it doesn?t have the bad stuff on the outside but how do you know if it has all the good stuff inside of it.
Structuring our diet with the right level of macronutrients (protein, carbohydrate, and fat) and fortifying your diet with the essential vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids has become necessary.
Nature has provided synergistic co-factors to work with the essential nutrients which is why plant-based nutrition, using old-school farming techniques with modern testing abilities to standardize the plant material to guarantee delivery of the required nutrients is the best way.
An example of cofactors at work is if you look at the way your body can utilize essential fatty acids if you have all of the cofactors. Fish oil contains a special oil abbreviated to EPA, that is the fish oil claim to fame. And we are often told that we must eat fish to get EPA for our brain as that is our only dietary source. However, if you supply the plant-based precursor from nuts and seeds along with vitamins B and C and the mineral magnesium that are all supposed to be naturally in our fruit and vegetables, nuts and seeds, our body can convert it all the way to EPA. New research on the power of herbs and spices has shown that people who consumed a consistent dose of turmeric actually gained a higher level of EPA that a comparison group taking EPA supplements.