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.
Spirulina is a natural protein supplement made from nutritionally dense blue-green algae that grow naturally in subtropical lakes. This alkaline-green protein food is almost the best single food source on the planet. The protein found in spirulina is a complete protein, meaning it contains all essential amino acids.
Turmeric, The “spice of life.” Turmeric contains gum, starch, minerals, cellulose, volatile oil and a yellow colourant. In Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric is used to strengthen the overall energy of the body. Recent claims are that curcumin’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant actions may be useful in preventing Alzheimer’s dementia and Parkinson’s disease.
Ashwagandha is quite often referred to as the equivalent of ginseng. This is a great plant helping in different health conditions such as stress, strength, strengthens muscle tone, improves memory (improves poor memory and protects your brain against aging), immunity, blood pressure, anxiety.
Rosemary is regarded as the ‘Herb of Remembrance’ and is dedicated to lovers. In ancient Greece, rosemary was known as a medicinally beneficial herb used for different health reasons; one was to improve memory. Often, rosemary was given to students to carry it around their necks during exams.
Pueraria Mirifica is found at altitudes between 300 and 800 m in the forests of Chiengmai Province, in Thailand. Traditionally the extract of Pueraria Mirifica roots has been used in Thai folklore for its rejuvenating properties in elderly people due to its high estrogenic potency.