Barley Grass

Barley Grass is an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals. Barley leaves contain a very important micronutrient, chlorophyll, which is rich in many vitamins and minerals, with naturally occurring plant protein and enzymes. Chlorophyll is the substance that gives plants their vibrant green color and may support your bodies digestive process‡.

Wheat Grass

Organic Wheat Grass is  rich in many vitamins, minerals and may contain naturally occurring amino acids. Great for detoxification and digestion. Good for the blood, the blood flow, helps lower blood pressure and also increases the production of red blood cells.


Spirulina may contain high amounts of protein. These proteins are biologically complete, which means they provide all eight essential amino acids in the proper ratios, as well as all 10 non-essential ones that support good health. Spirulina provides all the required amino acids in a form that is easier to digest than meat or soy protein. Spirulina is rich in many micronutrients, and may support healthy skin, blood, and


Alfalfa is a plant that may send roots deep into the soil pulling beneficial nutrients into the chlorophyll rich plant leaves. Chlorophyll gives plants their rich green color. Naturally
occurring enzymes may aid in the bodies ability to process sugars, fats and proteins.‡ Naturally occurring chlorophyll, is a vibrant, part of the alfalfa plant bringing support for many of the bodies challenges.‡
Alfalfa may be an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals that support strong bones, and is excellent for hair skin and nails.‡
With a naturally occurring Vitamin K content, Alfalfa may support healthy blood flow.‡

Rose Hips

Rose Hips are an excellent source of vitamin C and naturally occurring bioflavonoids. Rose hips may also contain fiber. Rose hips may support blood pressure, and offer beneficial micronutrients.‡ Rose Hips have been used for centuries and is a rich source of Vitamin C that protects the bodies natural ability to fight free radicals. Vitamin C is a vitamin your body needs to form blood vessels, cartilage, muscle and collagen in bones. Vitamin C is also vital to your body's healing process. Because your body does not produce vitamin C, you need to get it from your diet. 

Orange Peel

Orange and Lemon Peel may be a rich source of bioflavonoids, fiber and other essential micronutrients. The most important phytonutrients are found in the peel and inner white pulp of the orange, which may support the body's natural healing response. Phytonutrients obtained from the citrus may contain antioxidants that support the body's response to free radicals.‡ Most of us who eat oranges normally throw out the peels, but what many of us are unaware of is that these peels are loaded with highly nutritious compounds that are beneficial for our health. Orange peels contain more than 60 types of flavonoids and over 170 different types of phytonutrients, in addition to being rich in various pectins, vitamins, minerals and fiber.‡ 

Lemon Peel

Lemons are rich in Vitamin C, and are widely used in many cultures for their restorative properties. The skin and bowels benefit from the acidic nature of lemon juice as it can gently aid in waste elimination. Lemon peel is high in citrus bioflavonoids and fiber – both of which may contribute to a more healthy inflammatory response. Pectin, which is abundant in lemon peel, is an excellent support for total-body health and aging, with critical benefits to key organs and systems.‡

Nutritional Yeast

(Safe for Candida) Grown on beets and pure molasses this product literally vacuums all the B-Vitamins out of whatever it is grown on. It is the second highest source of complete protein in nature (35-50%), and the richest source of B-Vitamins ever found. It is also a rich source of iron and numerous other minerals. It is also naturally low in fat and sodium and is free of sugar, dairy, and gluten. The yeast we choose is heated just high enough to absolutely destroy any yeast activity, but not high enough to lessen the B-Vitamin content. Nutritional yeast, or brewers' yeast, is an excellent source of amino acids, due to the complete proteins inherently present in this valuable ingredient. With trace mineral and between 30-180% of B vitamins present, Nutritional Yeast may support immune function, the body's energy cycle and gene regulation. 

Beet Root

Beetroots are high in fiber, providing about 2–3 grams in each
3/4-cup (100-gram) raw serving. Beets are good sources of vitamins and minerals,  Beetroots are high in several beneficial plant compounds, especially betanin (beetroot red), vulgaxanthin, and inorganic nitrates. Beets may help support a normal blood pressure and increase athletic performance.‡


Spinach is an excellent source of many vitamins, minerals and is chock full of fiber. It is also a great source of antioxidants which are very beneficial for skin, and helps boost the immune system. Spinach is a valuable leafy green vegetable rich in life giving chlorophyll, and trace minerals. The fiber and other vitamins that are naturally occurring in spinach, help the body combat a variety of health issues. Spinach is a very healthy addition to a balanced diet, and is supercharged to boost our immune system while supporting strong bones and teeth.‡


Kelp has high trace mineral content including Iodine. Kelp also also contains 1.7 grams of protein and vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K. It is particularly rich in folic acid. It also contains many other phytonutrients found in plants, along with soluble fiber. It even contains some fatty acids, including a little of the omega-3 fatty acids. Kelp contains B
vitamins, which are essential for cellular metabolism and providing your body with energy. Kelp provides plenty of iodine, a mineral that most people need more of today due to the presence everywhere of iodine antagonists – bromine, chlorine and fluorides.‡