In the Mayan culture, cocoa was “the food of the gods.” They used cocoa as food and as a medicine. In Europe, cocoa was first brought by Cortes in 1528. At first, it was consumed as a bitter drink and much later (17th century) it became popular when mixed with milk and sugar.
Acai contains valuable fatty acids such as Omega-3 and Omega-6 which speeds up your metabolism thus supports your weight loss process. Also, many report a vast improvement in their skin complexion when using Acai berries. The skin naturally glows regardless of your age or sex.
Ashwagandha, bitter & astringent, a sedative & a stimulant, light & oily. According to Indian beliefs, Ashwagandha is one of the main herbs for rejuvenating the body. Even though considered to be the primary tonic for men, women can also safely consume this herb.
Everything about coconut is good. Coconut fruit, the flesh, water, milk and coconut oil, can all be consumed: as food, medicine fuel, fiber, and shelter. With regular use of unrefined coconut oil, you are able to slow down the aging process of your skin and bring back a youthful appearance.
Hemp has been used for thousands of years for its large production of fiber, as a medicine and oil. In China, herbalists used hemp in a preparation of healing remedies, and in Africa hemp was used for fevers or to treat snake bites.
Some call it maca, others call it Peruvian Ginseng and some refer to it as a natural hot flushes liberator and vibrant longevity elixir. Maca is a root, used since Inca time by Peruvians as a highly nutritious food rich in vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and as a medicine.