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Key botanicals

This alpine yellow flower has been used in Western and Eastern ancient medicine for its amazing digestive properties. We love its distinctive bitter bite.

Gentian

This alpine yellow flower has been used in Western and Eastern ancient medicine for its amazing digestive properties. We love its distinctive bitter bite.

Latin name: Gentiana

Part used: roots

Function: anti-inflammatory, digestive health

Often referred to as "nature's valium", we love Valerian root for its   soothing properties. Relaxing both the mind and the body, Valerian can promote a good night's sleep.

Valerian

Often referred to as "nature's valium", we love Valerian root for its soothing properties. Relaxing both the mind and the body, Valerian can promote a good night's sleep.

Latin name: Valeriana officinalis

Part used: roots

Properties: anxiety relief, muscle relaxant

We love the deep, herbaceous flavour of wormwood, with it's distinctive bitter finish. A key botanical in iconic drinks such as Absinthe.

Artemisia Absinthium

We love the deep, herbaceous flavour of wormwood, with it's distinctive bitter finish. A key botanical in iconic drinks such as Absinthe.

English name: Wormwood

Part used: leaves, flowering tops

Properties: anti-inflammatory, digestive health

Also known as Panax or Korean ginseng as long been used in ancient medicines for is anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. We love the gentle cumulative energy boost it provides without caffeine.

Red ginseng

Also known as Panax or Korean ginseng as long been used in ancient medicines for is anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. We love the gentle cumulative energy boost it provides without caffeine.

Latin name: Panax ginseng

Part used: roots

Properties: energy, stimulant, anti-stress

Chamomile is one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind. This unassuming little plant contains tons of calming properties, as well as being one of the most fragrant botanicals.

Chamomile

Chamomile is one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind. This unassuming little plant contains tons of calming properties, as well as being one of the most fragrant botanicals.

Latin name: Matricaria Chamomilla

Part used: flowers, essential oils

Properties: anti-stress, calming, pain relief

Beside its stunning purple colour, Passion flower contains tons of beneficial soothing properties.  We love its ability to promote a restful nights' sleep.

Passion flower

Beside its stunning purple colour, Passion flower contains tons of beneficial soothing properties.

We love its ability to promote a restful nights' sleep.

Latin name: Passiflora incarnate

Part used: leaves, whole plant

Properties: anti-anxiety, insomnia, anti-oxidant

First used by the Aztecs as an endurance-booster, Spirulina is considered a superfood due to its nutrition dense properties. We love the vibrant green colour it imparts to Vitalité

Spirulina

First used by the Aztecs as an endurance-booster, Spirulina is considered a superfood due to its nutrition dense properties. We love the vibrant green colour it imparts to Vitalité

Latin name: Arthrospira platensis/maxima

Properties: antioxidant, B-vitamin full spectrum

Ginger root has a distinctive exotic and fiery taste and we love its superfood properties. This zingy spice is a natural pick-me-up; ideal to revive the flagging spirits.

Ginger root

Ginger root has a distinctive exotic and fiery taste and we love its superfood properties. This zingy spice is a natural pick-me-up; ideal to revive the flagging spirits.

Latin name: Zingiber officinale

Part used: Root, Rhizome, Oil

Properties: detoxification, digestive health

This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If in doubt, please consult a medical professional.