Black Garlic: A fresh garlic (Allium sativum L.) that has been fermented for a period of time at a high temperature under high humidity. From a nutritional point of view, Black Garlic has a similar content of allicin, the active ingredient in White Garlic that imparts its benefits, but without the odor. Additionally, Black Garlic is rich in amino acids and has almost double the number of antioxidants when compared to White Garlic. Black Garlic is also well tolerated by the digestive system so the chance of gastric distress is completely minimized.
Tansy: Tansy is used for digestive tract problems including stomach and intestinal ulcers, certain gallbladder conditions, migraines, nerve pain, joint pain, and many other conditions.
Cinnamon: Cinnamon is best known as a spice, sprinkled on toast, and lattes. But extracts from the bark of the cinnamon tree have also been used in traditional medicine around the world. According to WebMD, some research shows cassia cinnamon may lower blood sugar in people with diabetes. Cinnamon also shows promise as an antioxidant, antibiotic, and anti-inflammatory.
French algae: Algae are variously used as antioxidants, source of vitamins, anticancer and antitumor agents, anticoagulants and antithrombic agents, source of anti-inflammatory compounds, source of antibiotics, source of antiviral compounds, food supplements, nutraceuticals, vermifuges, source of bio cosmetics, in thalassotherapy and in obstetrical uses.
Red algae: Red algae have been used as a traditional medicine for centuries and is frequently taken as a dietary supplement. It is also high in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that are easily utilized by your body. The main benefits of red algae are its ability to promote healthy circulation in your body, regulate your blood sugar levels and lower bad cholesterol levels since it is high in dietary fiber.
Thyme oil: Thyme oil has antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. It’s commonly used as a preservative in foods, cosmetics, and toiletries. There are several studies that support thyme essential oil’s ability to reduce or eliminate foodborne bacteria, support heart health, and alleviate inflammation in the body, among other benefits.