Nigella Sativa

Nigella Sativa , has been prized for its healing properties since time immemorial. The earliest record of its cultivation and use comes from ancient Egypt. Nigella Sativa oil, in fact, was found in Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen's tomb, dating back approximately 3,300 years. In Arabic cultures, black cumin is also known as Habbatul barakah, meaning the “seed of blessing.” it is also believed that the Islamic prophet Mohammed said of it that it is “a remedy for all diseases except death.”

Flax Seed

Flax Seed have been consumed as food for around 6,000 years and may have very well been the world's first cultivated superfood! Flax seed benefits could help you improve digestion, give you clear skin, lower cholesterol, reduce sugar cravings, balance hormones, fight cancer and promote weight loss...and that's just the beginning! Flaxseeds, sometimes called linseeds, are small , brown, tan or golden-colored seeds that are the richest sources of a plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) in the world.


India's ancient tradition of ayurveda says Moringa oleifera prevents 300 diseases. There are over 18 Amino Acids, 46 antioxidants and 36 anti-inflammatory compounds all naturally occurring in the Moringa plant. It has one of the highest ORAC value of 157,600 mol TE/100g. It has outperformed anti-oxidant super foods including Acai , dark chocolate , garlic & blueberries in an ORAC test.


Black peppercorns figure in remedies in Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani medicine in India. The 5th century Syriac Book of Medicines prescribes pepper (or perhaps long pepper) for such illnesses as constipation, diarrhoea, earache, gangrene, heart disease, hernia, hoarseness, indigestion, insect bites, insomnia, joint pain, liver problems, lung disease, oral abscesses, sunburn, tooth decay, and toothaches. Various sources from the 5th century onward also recommend pepper to treat eye problems. Black pepper (Piper nigrum), the king of spices, is one of the oldest and the most popular spice in the world. It is a perennial, climbing vine indigenous to the Malabar Coast of India. Since the Roman times, Pepper has been the most important spice.