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Below you will find a list of our ingredients and their benefits.The bottle icons indicate the shot. Warming, Earthy and Cooling.


Fermented Cabbage

  • Cabbage is a low-calorie vegetable that is rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

  • Cabbage contains powerful antioxidants that may help reduce inflammation.

  • Cabbage contains powerful pigments called anthocyanins, which have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease.

  • Potassium helps keep blood pressure within a healthy range. Increasing your intake of potassium-rich foods like cabbage may help lower high blood pressure levels.

  • Cabbage is a good source of soluble fiber and plant sterols. These substances have been shown to reduce LDL cholesterol.

  • Vitamin K is critical for blood clotting. Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin K1.

  • Cabbage contains insoluble fibre, which keeps the digestive system healthy by providing fuel for friendly bacteria and promoting regular bowel movements.

  • Cabbage is high in Vitamin C.

Green Apple

Fermented Green Apple

  • Apple cider vinegar has shown great promise in improving insulin sensitivity and helping lower blood sugar responses after meals.

  • Lowering blood glucose

  • Reducing insulin resistance

  • Effects on preventing chronic diseases

  • contains various phenol compounds

Fresh Beetroots

Fermented Beetroot

  • good sources of vitamins and minerals, such as folate, manganese, potassium and vitamin C.

  • contains antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin B-6, and iron. These compounds help protect the liver from inflammation and oxidative stress while enhancing its ability to remove toxins from the body.

  • high in several beneficial plant compounds, especially betanin (beetroot red), vulgaxanthin, and inorganic nitrates. In particular, inorganic nitrates are associated with reduced blood pressure,, which may lead to reduced risk of heart disease and other ailments. This root vegetable can also improve oxygen use, stamina, and exercise performance.


Fermented Carrot

  • They are extremely low in fat and protein.

  • excellent source of vitamin A in the form of beta carotene. They are also a good source of several B vitamins, as well as vitamin K and potassium.

  • great source of many plant compounds, especially carotenoids, such as beta carotene and lutein.

  • Eating carrots is linked to a reduced risk of cancer and heart disease, as well as improved eye health. Additionally, this vegetable may be a valuable component of an effective weight loss diet

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Fermented Turnip

  • provide over 30% of the DV for vitamin C.

  • Turnips’ vitamin and antioxidant contents may provide anti-inflammatory, anticancer, and antibacterial effects, among other benefits.

  • low calorie, non-starchy vegetables with a low glycemic index, so eating them has a minimal effect on your blood sugar levels.

  • Turnips’ content of anthocyanins and sulfur compounds, such as glucosinolates, have been shown to exert liver-protecting effects in rats with liver toxicity

  • may promote bone health

  • Turnips’ glucosinolates also break down into isothiocyanates, a group of compounds capable of inhibiting microbial and bacterial growth

  • increase blood sugar clearance

  • lower glucose (sugar) production by the liver

  • reduce absorption of carbs


Fermented Cauliflower

  • excellent source of vitamins and minerals, containing some of almost every vitamin and mineral that you need.

  • provides a significant amount of antioxidants, which are beneficial for reducing inflammation and protecting against several chronic diseases.

  • good source of choline. It is involved in many processes in the body and works to prevent several diseases.

  • rich in sulforaphane, a plant compound with many beneficial effects, such as reduced risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes.


Fermented Turmeric

  • Chronic inflammation contributes to many common Western diseases. Curcumin can suppress many molecules known to play major roles in inflammation.

  • Curcumin has powerful antioxidant effects. It neutralizes free radicals on its own but also stimulates your body’s own antioxidant enzymes.

  • Curcumin boosts levels of the brain hormone BDNF, which increases the growth of new neurons and fights various degenerative processes in your brain.

  • Curcumin has beneficial effects on several factors known to play a role in heart disease. It improves the function of the endothelium and is a potent anti-inflammatory agent and antioxidant.

  • Curcumin leads to several changes on the molecular level that may help prevent and perhaps even treat cancer.

  • Curcumin can cross the blood-brain barrier and has been shown to lead to various improvements in the pathological process of Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Curcumin can help treat symptoms of arthritis and is in some cases more effective than anti- inflammatory drugs.

  • Due to its many positive health effects, such as the potential to prevent heart disease, Alzheimer’s and cancer, curcumin may aid longevity.

  • Turmeric is one of the best spices to reduce inflammation, while it boost digestion, and helps to improve intestinal flora.

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Fermented Jalapeño
  • low in calories and a good source of fiber, vitamin C and vitamin B6. They also contain a compound called capsaicin, which gives them their spice.

  • Jalapeños and other spicy peppers may promote weight loss by boosting metabolism, increasing fat burn and reducing appetite.

  • Capsaicin may help fight cancer in high doses, but more research is needed to determine whether this holds true in humans.

  • Products that contain capsaicin can help relieve pain when used topically, but it is unknown whether jalapeño peppers have similar effects.

  • While it is commonly believed that spicy foods can aggravate stomach ulcers, research suggests that capsaicin may protect the stomach from ulcers.

  • contain compounds that can prevent the growth of harmful bacteria and yeasts that cause infectious diseases.

  • Capsaicin and chili peppers have been found to have beneficial effects on blood sugars, cholesterol and blood pressure, but more human research is needed.

Fermented Ginger
  • loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for your body and brain.

  • high in gingerol, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

  • 1–1.5 grams of ginger can help prevent various types of nausea, including chemotherapy-related nausea, nausea after surgery, and morning sickness.

  • may help improve weight-related measurements. These include body weight and the waist-hip ratio.

  • studies showing ginger to be effective at reducing symptoms of osteoarthritis, especially osteoarthritis of the knee.

  • has been shown to lower blood sugar levels and improve various heart disease risk factors in people with type 2 diabetes.

  • appears to speed up emptying of the stomach, which can be beneficial for people with indigestion and related stomach discomfort.

  • appears to be very effective against menstrual pain when taken at the beginning of the menstrual period.

  • ginger can lead to significant reductions in LDL (bad) cholesterol, total cholesterol, and blood triglyceride levels.

  • may help fight harmful bacteria and viruses, which could reduce your risk for infections.

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Fermented Mint
  • mint contains fair amounts of several nutrients and is an especially good source of vitamin A and antioxidants.

  • IBS is a common digestive disorder. Several studies have shown that taking peppermint improved the symptoms of IBS patients.

  • Several studies have shown that peppermint can speed up how quickly food moves through the stomach, relieving digestive symptoms associated with indigestion.

Organic Kale
Fermented Kale
  • Kale is very high in nutrients and very low in calories, making it one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet.

  • Many powerful antioxidants are found in kale, including quercetin and kaempferol, which have numerous beneficial effects on health.

  • Kale is extremely high in vitamin C, an antioxidant that has many important roles in the body.

  • Kale contains substances that bind bile acids and lower cholesterol levels in the body.

  • High in Vitamin K. Vitamin K is an important nutrient that is involved in blood clotting.

  • Kale contains substances that have been shown to help fight cancer in test-tube and animal

  • studies, but the human evidence is mixed.

  • Kale is very high in beta-carotene, an antioxidant that the body can turn into vitamin A.

  • Many important minerals are found in kale, some of which are generally lacking in the modern diet.

  • These include calcium, potassium and magnesium.

  • Aids in digestion

  • Acts as detoxifier

  • Improves inflammatory process

  • Good for the eyes

  • Boosts the immune system

  • Maintains healthy cholesterol levels

  • As a nutrient-dense, low-calorie food, kale makes an excellent addition to a weight loss diet.

  • Anti-ageing

  • Good for the heart

  • Good for the skin, hair and nails

  • Helps Increase milk production in lactating mothers

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Cayenne Pepper and Peri Peri

  • The capsaicin in cayenne peppers may help boost your metabolism.

  • Capsaicin may help reduce your hunger, helping you eat less throughout the day.

  • Capsaicin has appeared to reduce blood pressure in animal studies. Human studies are needed before making a recommendation.

  • Cayenne peppers may help improve your digestive health and reduce your risk of stomach ulcers.

  • Capsaicin has powerful pain relief properties. It relieves pain by reducing the amount of substance P that your body produces.

  • Capsaicin has shown promise in cancer research, although human studies are needed before any conclusions can be made.

  • Piri piri chilli is rich in vitamin B1, B2, B3 and minerals like potassium, phosphorus, iron and calcium that holds metabolism enhancing and curative properties.

  • Can help to increase blood flow, metabolism and also stimulate the appetite.

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Red grape skins
  • Grapes contain powerful antioxidants known as polyphenols. These are thought to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. One of these is resveratrol. It is found in the skins of red grapes.

  • Laboratory studies have suggested that resveratrol may be able to slow or prevent the growth of tumors in lymph, liver, stomach, breast, colon, skin cancer, and leukemia.

Natural Herbs

Black Pepper

  • activates turmeric

  • rich in a potent antioxidant called piperine, which may help prevent free radical damage to your cells.

  • has demonstrated cholesterol-lowering effects and is believed to boost the absorption of potential cholesterol-lowering supplements.

  • Black pepper increases the absorption of essential nutrients and beneficial plant compounds.

  • According to preliminary research, it may also promote gut health, offer pain relief, and reduce appetite.

Pink Salt
Himalayan salt
  • consists mostly of sodium chloride and helps regulate important processes in the body.

  • contains several minerals not found in regular salt. However, these minerals are found in very small quantities and unlikely to provide any health benefits.

  • if you’d like to avoid the additives in regular table salt, pink Himalayan salt is a great natural alternative.

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