Ancient Herbs With Modern Application

By on August 16, 2019

Since the earliest times, medicinal herbs have been used to heal and promote health. The study of science and nutrition has come a long way in the understanding of how the body uses outside stimulus. Understanding the benefits and the process of how the herbs create their benefit doesn’t diminish the evidence of the herb’s success.

There are still ancient herbs that can be used in modern ways in ingrained very simply into daily diets to promote vitality and overall wellness. There are wholesome superfoods that are USDA Certified Organic, Raw, Natural, Chemical-Free, and Non-GMO. These herb and spice products offer a range of easy-to-consume products that focus on simplicity, nutrition, and natural goodness.

Some modern spins on ancient herbs:

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Derived from the aloe vera plant and this ancient wonder offers a superior blend of nutrients, such as phytonutrients and polysaccharides. Its nutritional profile supports both healthy immunity and healthy digestion, contributing to overall wellbeing.  It can be mixed into a cleansing super juice

Ashwagandha Root Powder 

Ashwagandha is a coveted herb in Ayurveda, a system of traditional, natural healing with origins in India. The root is the most beneficial part of this small shrub and is well known for its energizing properties. It is often referred to as the “Indian Ginseng.” Ashwagandha has been identified as having adaptogenic properties. This is believed to support the body’s natural response to stress. The root can be incorporated into many drinks like teas.

Astragalus Root Powder 

This perennial plant, native to Northern and Eastern China, is considered to have adaptogenic properties, which are thought to support the body’s natural response to stress. It contains fiber to support digestive health, as well as calcium. Combine it with sweet fruit to make a green smoothie.


Fibrous ground flaxseeds provide a balanced combination of healthy Omega 3, 6 & 9. These essential fatty acids, along with dietary fiber, protein, calcium, and magnesium promote healthy bodies. 

Milk Thistle Seed 

This perennial plant produces seeds that we have naturally extracted and gently ground to produce a fine powder. The compound of phytochemical, silymarin, has been known to support liver health

Turmeric Root Powde

Held in high regard in Ayurvedic herbalism, turmeric is referred to as the “cleanser of the body.” Curcumin is the principal curcuminoid of turmeric and is responsible for most of the benefits of this powerful herb. Turmeric supplements offer minerals such as iron, protein, calcium, magnesium, and manganese. Its popularity today is largely due to its ability to help the body maintain healthy inflammatory responses (within a normal range). With less inflammation, you will experience less joint pain, experiencing greater comfort. This versatile root can be incorporated into recipes or to add some more flavor to your meat.


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Ancient Herbs With Modern Application