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Moringa

It takes a really special herb to earn nicknames like “The Wonder Tree”, “The Miracle Tree”, and to be given an Ayurvedic name of mochaka, which translates to “helps cure diseases”. Native to the sub Himalayan mountain region, moringa is a fast-growing plant that has medicinal properties in its roots, stem, leaves, seeds, resin and flowers. Its leaves are nutritive and have been used to improve the health in populations suffering from malnutrition. Moringa is also being considered as a potential source for biodiesel. With all that going for it, we think moringa is living up to its lofty nicknames.

Lavender

This aromatic herb has been used since the ancient Egyptians included it in their mummification process. We’re assuming that its soothing and sleep-inducing effects are what have led to very few incidences of mummy attacks in recent years. Lavender may also promote healthy circulation, ease agitation, and improve mood. It’s also said to be an aphrodisiac. You’re welcome in advance.

Ginger

Tummy troubles? Ginger is your go-to herb to soothe the queasies and other digestive ailments. (This is a beverage website so we won’t get too graphic into the details). Ginger has been used for thousands of years and has played a culinary and medicinal role across nearly all continents. It is energetically warming and has been ray ban outlet used as a diaphoretic to help the body expel toxins. Ginger also has its fair share of folklore, including being used as a cure for baldness and being planted in the ground to ensure financial abundance. But don’t go pour kombucha on your scalp or burying it in the dirt. The benefits of our ginger kombucha are best felt through sipping it slowly while sitting in a hammock.

Turmeric

If herbs were celebrities, turmeric would be like Oprah. It is mentioned EVERYWHERE and with good reason as its antioxidant compound, curcumin, is quite powerful in the food kingdom. Turmeric is also thought to be anti-inflammatory and supportive of healthy joint mobility. Researchers are looking into its role in the treatment of various health conditions including cancer and Alzheimer’s. Still not enough? Turmeric is believed to be a liver detoxifier, helping protect against alcohol-induced liver damage from the last Motley Crue concert you went to, and harm done from a high fat diet in the college cafeteria line. So, take a selfie with your turmeric kombucha. But don’t ask for its autograph. It doesn’t have any hands.

Cinnamon

Not just a necessary spice in your holiday baking, cinnamon boasts some serious health benefits as well. Cinnamon may lower LDL cholesterol levels and help regulate blood sugar. It’s a great source of fiber, manganese, iron and calcium. It may play a role in reducing the proliferation of cancer cells and bacterial growth. Just a whiff of this spicy herb may improve cognitive function and memory. Ayurvedic medicine has used cinnamon to support the respiratory, digestive, nervous, circulatory, urinary, and reproductive systems. So basically, it’s good for most of your systems… except that outdated sound system in your car. What’s up with that.

Raspberry Leaf

Raspberries were said to have been first discovered by Olympian gods while searching for berries on Mount Ida. While we haven’t verified this with Zeus, we’ll take his word for it that this herb may have great antioxidant effects. Red raspberry leaf is believed to be beneficial in treating gastrointestinal tract disorders, respiratory ailments, heart problems, fevers, cheap football jerseys and diabetes. Raspberry jam may also cure bland toast— ancient Olympian secret.

Blackberry Leaf

Got evil spirits in your home? Blackberry leaf is the herb for you according to many earth-based religions. But even if your home is an evil-free zone, you can enjoy blackberry leaf’s many other potential benefits including: treating inflammation of the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat, having an antibacterial effect against H. pylori in stomach ulcers, demonstrating antioxidant properties to protect against the effects of free radicals. And may we add that demon-free kombucha is DELICIOUS!

Hibiscus

Not just a beautiful flower, hibiscus may help with a wide range of health issues including relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, improved digestion and immunity, decreased inflammation and a reduced risk of cancer. It’s also rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants. It’s wonderfully tart taste may help satiate thirst, making it an idea drink for athletes and anyone who likes to drink out of a “Big Gulp” mug.

Honey

It’s effective as a cough suppressant. It may help with allergies. And it has been shown to hamper the growth of certain Cheap nfl Jerseys bacteria and fungus. But enough of all this health talk, honey is just delicious which is why the ancient Egyptians offered it to their gods. It is full of antioxidants and lower on the glycemic index than most sweeteners. Egyptian gods give it two thumbs up.

Matcha

A darling of ancient Japanese tea ceremonies, matcha is movie said to have potent antiaging capabilities and may be a contributing factor to the longevity of Japan’s Okinawan people. Our staff is also convinced that this is how Aneta has not aged a day since starting 221BC Kombucha. The antioxidants called catechins in matcha may also play a role in scavenging for free radicals in the body, reducing the risk of cancer. Matcha may also increase thermogenesis, or the body’s rate cheap China Jerseys of burning calories. However, it will not improve your gaming skills with Sega Genesis.

Holy Basil

Ayurvedic texts describe Holy Basil as a goddess incarnation in plant form. If that’s not enough, it has Cheap Jerseys been used to treat everything from earaches and bronchitis, to the common cold and flu virus. It is an antioxidant that may help protect the liver and lower blood sugar in diabetic patients. It is a source of vitamins A and C, iron, calcium, selenium, zinc, and manganese. And it can be used to treat snake bites in case your attempt at becoming an amateur snake charmer doesn’t pan out.

Bee Pollen

Bee pollen has been used for health purposes for well over 2,000 years, with the Chinese, Romans, and Egyptians all revering it as a cure for most ailments. While modern medicine may be slightly more skeptical of this claim, many can agree that bee pollen packs a nutritional punch. Compared to fish, beef, or eggs, bee pollen is a rich course of protein that supplies more amino acids on a gram for gram basis. Some herbalists claim that it can reduce the side effects of chemotherapy and reduce flare-ups of allergies and asthma. Who knew something so good could come off the legs of bees!

Maca

Some brave person in the Andes came across this relative of the radish, that smells somewhat like butterscotch, and said, “Hey, let’s see what this can do!” Thank goodness they did. This superfood is credited with numerous benefits including potential boosts in stamina and energy. It may also play a role in improving libido, fertility, and balancing female hormones. Other possible benefits range from reducing the risk of osteoporosis, to treating leukemia and HIV/AIDS, and boosting the immune system. Science still has a lot to figure out about maca and how it works, but we think its future is bright.

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