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Spirulina powder

 150.00

Spirulina is a nutrient dense blue green algae, high in natural plant protein, omega fatty acids, antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Spirulina which is highly affluent in protein, vital macro-nutrients & micro-nutrients will help the body detoxify and meet its nutritional requirements.

  A healthy digestive system absorbs 30-35% of nutrients from food and with the kind of toxic processed foods we eat, our systems cannot absorb more than 10%. Organic Spirulina powder is absorbed between 85-90% and the best part is that it works as a detoxifier, making your gut healthy so what you eat works the way it should.  

Benefits :

1.Boost Metabolism

2.Improve digestion

3.Increase immunity

4.Detox your body

5.Reduce risk of diseases

 

1 Spoon Of Spirulina Contains :

•3,100% More Beta-Carotene Than Carrots

•5,500% More Iron Than Spinach

•375% More Proteins Than Soya

•31 Times More Antioxidants Than Blueberries

 

Protein in 1 SPN of Spirulina is equal to :

•Protein in 4 Eggs

•Protein in 150g Chicken

•Protein in 120g fish

•Protein in 100g Mutton

 

Consumption Tips :

Spirulina is best taken in powder form by including into your juices, smoothies and shakes. You can mix spirulina into a smoothie or sprinkled on top of a salad for an excellent nutritional boost.

 

Dosage :

Kids : 1g-2g a day

Adults : 5g – 6g a day

Athletes : 8g - 10g a day

 

Caution :

Spirulina is a powerful detoxifier so it is important to start with a small dose and work your way up so that you can see how your body responds, and then gradually increase your dosage. Some detoxification reactions that can possibly occur when consuming are: a low-grade fever, dark green waste, excessive gas, restlessness, breaks out or itchy skin, and or sleepiness.

 

These symptoms are temporary and are evidence that your body is responding to it.

  Speak to your doctor before taking spirulina if you are taking other medications or supplements for any of the following medical conditions: immune system disorders, inflammation, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, viruses, allergies, neurologic conditions, diabetes, weight loss, heart problems, osteoporosis, cancer and blood clots. If you are pregnant, nursing or have hyperthyroidism you should discuss with your health care provider.
 

Nutritional information (approx per 100g) :

Energy (Kcal) : 343.04

Protein (g) : 63.02

Carbohydrates (g) : 25.52

Fat (g) : 1.52

Carotene (mg) : 530

Chlorophyll (mg) : 1240

Phycocyanin (%) : 10.15

 
   
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Amla Powder

 90.00
Organic Amla Powder is a 100% pure Organic with no chemicals in it. It is known to be very popular and has many applied benefits and medical value. Applying Amla powder on skin and hair helps in the reduction or prevention of acne and pimples. It also provides strength to the hair and enhances hair roots and provide them a colour texture. It is easily available and can be used to purify the blood to give shiny hair. It is mainly used as hair toner and improves hair pigmentation. (more…)
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Turmeric capsules

 250.00  225.00

Turmeric with Black Pepper, 500mg, 60 vegan capsules.

Used for thousands of years in traditional Indian and Asian culinary and wellness traditions, the rhizome of turmeric naturally supplies beneficial curcuminoids—plant-based antioxidants. The most notable of these is curcumin, which helps fight cell-damaging free radicals in the body.

We’ve enhanced our organic turmeric powder with organic black pepper to help support greater absorption in each serving.

No Gluten, Non-GMO, No Soy, No Artificial Color, No Artificial Flavor, No Artificial Sweetener, No Preservatives, No Wheat, No Yeast, No Milk, No Lactose.

Vegan capsules :
  • Consists of only two ingredients: HPMC and purified water.
  • HPMC -- Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose -- is derived from vegetable cellulose.
  • 100% natural, these capsules contain no preservatives, gelatin, gluten, GMOs, wheat, animal by-products or starch, and they are made from pure cellulose of either pine or poplar.
  • Approved by the FDA and FSSAI.
  • Kosher and Halal certified.
 

Directions: For adults, take 1 quick release capsule 1 to 2 times daily, after a meal.

WARNING: If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical condition, consult your doctor before use. If any adverse reactions occur, immediately stop using this product and consult your doctor. If seal under cap is damaged or missing, do not use. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.

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Shilajit

 350.00  300.00
Over 3,000 years ago, shilajit was mentioned in ancient Sanskrit texts. Known as “conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness,” it has been one of the staples of traditional medicine (and an aphrodisiac) in a variety of Asian countries for thousands of years. Vaidya Charak, a famous ancient Indian in the first century A.D., is quoted as saying, “There is hardly any curable disease which cannot be controlled or cured with the aid of shilajit.”  

1. Provides Energy and Revitalization

For millennia, practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine have prescribed shilajit to boost energy and revitalize the body. Because of the level of importance these natural doctors put on this supplement, the body of confirmed scientific research on it is growing steadily.   One way shilajit helps provide the body with energy is the way it increases the function of mitochondria within the body. Mitochondria are organelles that serve as the “power source” of cells in the body because they convert oxygen and nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the substance that actually powers body cells. Shilajit encourages the function of mitochondria, helping them oxygenate more efficiently. Not only does it help mitochondrial function on its own, but it’s been found to create a powerful effect on mitochondrial oxygenation when combined with supplemented CoQ10, an antioxidant naturally found in all human cells.   As this substance helps increase the production of ATP, it increases overall energy and stamina. In fact, it’s commonly used to enhance athletic performance.  Chronic fatigue syndrome, a disorder classified by at least six months of inescapable fatigue, has been successfully treated with shilajit supplementation, also evidenced by the way it enhances mitochondrial function. In addition to mitochondrial efficacy, this herb revitalizes the body with its strong antioxidant properties. By fighting disease-causing free radicals, it repairs internal damage to the body caused by chemicals and other dangerous agents you’re exposed to, and it reduces the levels of fat in the blood.

2. Promotes Brain Health

Shilajit seems to have a targeted mechanism for protecting brain cells in particular. Initial studies show it has “distinct and marked neuroprotective activity.” In a 2013 study conducted by the Physiology Research Center at the Kerman University of Medical Sciences in Iran on the effects of shilajit on risk factors following a traumatic brain injury, researchers discovered that it has positive effects on the three most indicative factors of death following traumatic brain injury: brain edema, blood-brain barrier permeability and intracranial pressure.   This incredible nutrient may also present a novel treatment option for patients suffering from mild cases of Alzheimer’s disease. The presence of fulvic acid and a treatment protocol including administration with B complex vitamins have shown promising results in pilot studies.   In addition, shilajit exhibits anti-epileptic properties and potentially antipsychotic effects, as it adjusts GABA levels (a naturally occurring acid in the brain) to normal.

3. Regulates Hormones and Immune System

Another important function of shilajit is the way it regulates various body systems, such as your immune system and the balance of hormones. Many researchers agree that it impacts so much of the body because of the way it helps these systems remain in equilibrium.   In particular, shilajit affects reproductive hormone functions. In healthy males, supplementation increases blood testosterone and encourages the production of sperm. When tested in pilot studies involving rats, it was also associated with ovulation in adult female rats, indicating that shilajit powder or resin may be an agent to consider for those struggling with infertility.

4. Alleviates Pain Response

Ayurvedic medicine has long praised shilajit for its ability to reduce pain levels, but research has been limited until the last few years. Because of its interaction with GABA levels in the brain, this herb has a significant effect on orofacial pain (pain of the face, mouth or jaws), acting as a “sedating agent.” A 2015 study on mice found it to relieve and lessen chronic pain over the course of time, dependent on the size of the dose.   One feature that I’ll discuss more in depth in a moment is its interaction with medications. Regarding pain, shilajit interacts positively with morphine, minimizing the buildup of tolerance to morphine and, therefore, reducing the amount of this medication that one in serious pain would need to introduce into his or her system for effective pain relief.

5. May Help Manage Diabetes

Those with diabetes may be interested to know that shilajit can help reduce blood glucose and lipid profiles in diabetes patients, especially when taken in conjunction with diabetes medications.   Shilajit is a main ingredient in a supplement known as D-400, Diabecon or GlucoCare. This supplement is designed to combine the most powerful Ayurvedic natural treatments into one pill. D-400 reduces blood glucose levels and shows potential to repair damage to the pancreas caused by diabetes.

6. Helps Prevent and Protect from Cancer

Fascinatingly, shilajit has been found to be toxic to various of types of cancers, including lung, breast, colon, ovarian and liver cancer. Some researchers attribute its toxicity to these cancer to the presence and combination of heavy metals in the substance, making it a potential natural cancer treatment.   Also related to cancer is the ability shilajit has to protect certain body systems from dangerous radiation damage. A June 2016 study published in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics found that it greatly protected ovaries from radiation-related damage.

7. Fights Inflammation and Viruses

As part of a diet designed to fight disease-causing inflammation, you may want to consider using shilajit. Research finds that it’s effective in healing and preventing gastric ulcers and reducing the inflammation related to them.   Not only does it help alleviate inflammation, but it has “broad, yet specific” antiviral properties. One Italian lab study found significant antiviral activity against a number of herpes-related viruses and HRSV, a virus that causes respiratory tract infections, especially in children.

8. Supports Skeletal Health

Shilajit may even improve the health of your skeletal system. There is initial evidence that it helps bones regenerate, protecting from and slowing the process of osteoporosis. In a study of obese patients published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, supplementation greatly improved the function and regeneration of skeletal muscles.   9. Good for the Heart and Blood By exercising its antioxidant “muscles,” shilajit has been shown to protect the heart against damage resulting from drug-induced injury. A study published in Cardiovascular Toxicology performed on rats found that subjects given shilajit had less lasting damage visible on the heart.   The herb is also effective in treating anemia because of the high presence of iron found in one dose.   Preliminary research also indicates that shilajit can help, in certain doses, regulate heart rate. In smaller doses, it may lower a speeding heart rate. However, in large doses, it may have the opposite effect. If you have issues with irregular heartbeat or other heart-related problems, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor before beginning supplementation.   10. Aids in Breaking Addictions Because of its unique interaction with other drug substances, shilajit has a profound effect on the process of breaking addiction. When given to patients coming down from opioids, it reduces the actual addiction and minimizes withdrawal symptoms, better in many cases than common medications given to break dependence.   Similarly, this medicinal “herb” reduces addiction to alcohol and greatly diminishes the withdrawal experienced by alcoholics who stop drinking. It’s not surprising, then, that Eastern medicine has advised its use to break addiction for centuries.

Shilajit Nutrition Facts

Known by many names, shilajit is also called mineral pitch, mineral wax, black asphaltum, Asphaltum punjabianum (in Latin), shargai, dorobi, barahshin, baragshun, mumlai, brag zhun, chao-tong, wu ling zhi, baad-a-ghee, and arkhar-tash and mumiyo (variably transliterated as mumijo, mumio, momia, and moomiyo).   It’s a tar-like substance (known as a biomass) found in the Himalayan and Tibet Mountains. As lush forests were compacted as mountains arose, shilajit was formed. When the temperatures rise around these Indian mountains, this tar-like medical miracle substance oozes from crevices within the mountains. Ranging from yellowish-brown to pure black in color, the black variety is considered the most nutritional.   It’s not clear if shilajit is a purely biological or geological substance, as it does have a high presence of nutrients found in both categories. Some of the most often recognized nutrients within it are fulvic acid, humic acids and dibenzo alpha pyrones.     Although it’s likely that various types and brands contain different concentrations of some vitamins and minerals, this breakdown of the nutritional content of one brand helps give a starting point for the amounts of common minerals you might find. It’s commonly stated that shilajit, in pure form, contains about 85 different vitamins and minerals.   One serving of shilajit powder (about ½ teaspoon) contains about :
  • 3 calories
  • 5.4 milligrams iron (30 percent DV)
  • 40 milligrams calcium (4 percent DV)
  • 2.8 micrograms selenium (4 percent DV)
  • 0.45 milligrams zinc (3 percent DV)
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