Hardly any plant is as well known as the nettle. Nettle is traditionally used for inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract and for the supportive treatment of rheumatic disorders. Nettle seeds are good for metabolism and digestion. It contains tannins, silicic acid, chlorophyll, vitamins A and C and has a high level of iron.


Contains plenty of minerals, esp. Calcium, B group vitamins, fats and valuable proteins. Buckwheat is good for clean skin and blood vessels and prevents varicose veins.


Cashews are rich in minerals and proteins. But the special thing about them is the high proportion of tryptophan, which provides an essential part of serotonin for good mood.


In traditional herbal medicine, galangal is classified as a strong tasting substance. It finds use in complaints of the gastrointestinal tract. Galangal provides relaxation and tranquility.


Source of beta-glucans, fiber, good carbs. Good mineral content.


Oatmeal is a good source of beta-glucans, those water-soluble and indigestible fibers that are believed to have a beneficial effect on cholesterol and blood sugar levels. They are rich in protein and rich in healthy fats.


Are an alkaline builder and good for the metabolism. The hazelnut contains plenty of vitamin E and the trace element manganese.


Cocoa Nibs improve the mood. They contain plenty of potassium and magnesium. Numerous studies have shown health benefits from cocoa consumption to the cardiovascular system, the nervous system, the lymphatic and hormonal systems, and the immune system.


Chestnut flakes contain plenty of potassium and manganese and are a source of alkaline. They provide a natural sweetness and crispness.


Coconut oil contains minerals like calcium, iron and potassium. Lauric Acid is good for the brain. Coconut oil is easy to digest. It tastes like delicious coconut and is – unlike palm fat – ecologically harmless.


The coastal regions of the Mediterranean are home to lavender. It is used in the kitchen to refine sauces, stews and lamb dishes. Lavender flowers are awarded a slightly soothing, relaxing and digestive characteristic. Traditionally, lavender is used as a sedative for stress, nervousness, restlessness and difficulty falling asleep.


Flax seeds contain plenty of vitamin E, fiber, omega-3 fatty acids and mucilage. They have a mild laxative effect.


In traditional herbal medicine dandelion is assigned to the bitter substances. The dandelion stimulates your metabolism and your digestion and has a detoxifying effect. It contains bitter substances, vitamins, minerals, mucilages, inulin and a lot of potassium and is an alkaline builder.


Originally from the Near East, the almond tree migrated to the warm countries of our earth. Almond kernels contain a high proportion of polyunsaturated fatty acids and fiber. They contain plenty of potassium, magnesium, calcium and vitamin E. In Italy people still believe in the healing power of the almond that wedding guests will receive almonds coated in white frosting and wrapped in a piece of “bridal veil” as a gift.


In traditional herbal medicine, parsley is used for the general activation of kidneys, urinary tract and bladder. The parsley is known for its relaxing, draining and anti flatulent effect. It contains plenty of essential oils, secondary plant substances, potassium, carotenoids, folic acid and vitamin C. Parsley is an alkaline builder.


The sea buckthorn is a true vitamin bomb. In traditional herbal medicine, it is used to improve body defense and strengthens the immune system. It contains plenty of vitamin C, vitamin E, carotenoids and even vitamin B12. Sea buckthorn is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids like omega-7, omega-6, omega-3 and omega-9.


In herbal medicine, sour cherry is traditionally used for increased cholesterol and uric acid levels. Also, Hildegard von Bingen described the healing power of sour cherry about 900 years ago. Their plant acids activate the metabolism and the juices of the glands.


Sunflower seeds contain over 90% of unsaturated fatty acids. They provide plenty of vitamin E, vitamin B, vitamin A, vitamin F, carotene, calcium, iodine and magnesium.