All of our Herbs with all of the benefits

H.O.T. Herbal List

H.O.T. Organics works with many organic farms to source our herbs. These organic herbs and spices are hand-selected from the finest harvests each year. Our herbs are trusted for their unmatched quality and freshness. 


The most common use for Cannabis/Hemp in the United States is for pain control. While Cannabis isn’t strong enough for severe pain (for example, post-surgical pain or a broken bone), it is quite effective for the chronic pain that plagues millions of Americans, especially as they age. Part of its allure is that it is clearly safer than opiates (it is impossible to overdose on and far less addictive) and it can take the place of NSAIDs such as Advil or Aleve, if people can’t take them due to problems with their kidneys or ulcers or GERD.

Associated Benefits from Hemp/Cannabis: 

- Alzheimer’s disease (AD)

- Cronice Pain

- Cancer

- hypertension

- lower arterial blood pressure

- Parkinson’s disease (PD)

- Tourette’s syndrome (TS)

- Fibromyalgia

- Fatigue

- Cognitive

- Emotional disturbances

- Endometriosis

- Interstitial cystitis

- multiple sclerosis

- psychomotor dysfunction

- nerve pain

- bladder pain syndrome (BPS)

- Weight Lose

- pain and wasting syndrome associated with HIV

- irritable bowel syndrome

- stimulates appetite

- weight gain in AIDS

- Crohn’s disease

- amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

- osteoarthritis (OA)

- Osteoporosis

- degenerative disc disease

- rheumatoid arthritis

- muscle relaxant

- Lessen tremors in Parkinson’s disease.

- Headaches

- migraines


- Stress

- muscle spasms

- Epilepsy

- Seizures

- neuropathic pain

- difficulties sleeping

- Anxiety

- Anti-depressant

- schizophrenia

- Depression

- Vomiting

- anorexia nervosa

Organic Olive Oil (First Cold Press)

First cold pressed is the only true way to make delicious high purity extra virgin olive oil. Producers of low-quality olive oils will press their olives multiple times at high heats. This kind of extraction approach yields more oil out of the olives. However, this process also destroys a lot of the nutrition in the olives and creates a lower quality olive oil. Manufacturers who take this approach are looking to sell an inferior and cheaper product to generate higher profits. They are not focused on creating the best olive oil for consumers.

  • “First pressed” – means the olives were crushed and pressed only one time. The olive oil extracted from the first pressing is of the highest quality and purity.

  • “Cold pressed” – means that the olives never exceed a certain temperature during the entire pressing process– around 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Keeping the olives cooler ensures maximum quality. Heating produces lower quality olive oil.

Associated benefits for Olive Oil (First Cold Press)

  • Source of Antioxidants and Healthy Fats

  • Great Vitamin Content (Vitamin A, D, E, and K.)

  • Antibacterial Effects

  • Moisturizing effects

  • Helps improve Blood functions

  • Exfoliation for dry scalp and skin

  • Weight gain

Essential Oils

Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants. The oils capture the plant's scent and flavor, or "essence." Unique aromatic compounds give each essential oil its characteristic essence. Essential oils are obtained through distillation (via steam and/or water) or mechanical methods, such as cold pressing. Once the aromatic chemicals have been extracted, they are combined with a carrier oil to create a product that's ready for use. There are more than 90 types of essential oils, each with its own unique smell and potential health benefits.

Here's a list of 10 popular essential oils and the health claims associated with them:

  • Peppermint: used to boost energy and aid digestion

  • Lavender: used to relieve stress

  • Sandalwood: used to calm nerves and help with focus

  • Bergamot: used to reduce stress and improve skin conditions like eczema

  • Rose: used to improve mood and reduce anxiety

  • Chamomile: used to improve mood and relaxation

  • Ylang-Ylang: used to treat headaches, nausea, and skin conditions

  • Tea Tree: used to fight infections and boost immunity

  • Jasmine: used to help with depression, childbirth, and libido

  • Lemon: used to aid digestion, mood, headaches, and more

Organic Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed Carrier Oil, or Grape Oil as it is sometimes called, is extracted from the seeds of the Vitis vinifera botanical, which is typically cultivated to produce wine grapes. Although they are often discarded, the seeds are said to be the part of the grape that is most conducive to health. Grapeseed Carrier Oil tightens and tones the skin, protects against sun damage, and reduces the appearance of blemishes, wrinkles, and stretch marks. Used on skin, Grapeseed Oil cleanses the pores and balances oil production, thereby reducing future acne breakouts. Used in hair, Grapeseed Carrier Oil contributes to its softness and smoothness while promoting its growth.

Associated BENEFITS OF USING GRAPESEED OIL: The main chemical constituents of Grapeseed Carrier Oil are: Linoleic Acid, Oleic Acid, Palmitic Acid, Stearic Acid, Palmitoleic Acid, Vitamin E, and beta-Carotene

LINOLEIC ACIDS (OMEGA 6) are known to:

  • Moisturize hair and promote its growth

  • Facilitate wound healing

  • Be an effective emulsifier in the formulation of soaps and quick-drying oils

  • Exhibit anti-inflammatory properties

  • Soothe acne and reduce chances of future outbreaks

  • Promote moisture retention in skin and hair

  • Make oils feel thinner in consistency when used in an oil blend, thus being beneficial for use on acne-prone skin

OLEIC ACIDS (OMEGA 9) are known to:

  • Maintain the softness, suppleness, and radiance of skin and hair

  • Stimulate the growth of thicker, longer, and stronger hair

  • Reduce the appearance of aging, such as premature wrinkles and fine lines

  • Eliminate dandruff and thereby support hair growth

  • Boost immunity

  • Exhibit antioxidant properties

  • Prevent joint inflammation, stiffness, and pain

PALMITIC ACID are known to:

  • Have emollient properties

  • Soften hair without leaving a greasy or sticky residue

  • Be the most common saturated fatty acid

STEARIC ACID are known to:

  • Have cleansing properties that purge dirt, sweat, and excess sebum from hair and skin

  • Be an ideal emulsifying agent that binds water and oil

  • Help products remain potent when stored for long periods of time

  • Condition and protect hair from damage without diminishing luster or making it feel heavy

  • Have exceptional cleansing properties

  • Soften skin

PALMITOLEIC ACID are known to:

  • Delay the appearance of premature aging

  • Moisturize and tighten the skin

  • Promote the growth of shiny hair 

  • Enhance the brightness of the complexion

  • Boost the growth of healthy-looking nails

  • Enhance skin elasticity to prevent symptoms of premature aging, such as wrinkles

VITAMIN E is known to:

  • Have antioxidant properties that slow the look of aging and boost circulation

  • Repair scarred and blemished skin

  • Prevent moisture loss from skin and hair

  • Offer soothing relief to skin that has been burned

  • Deeply cleanse pores and balance oil production

BETA-CAROTENE is known to:

  • Exhibit antioxidant properties

  • Contribute a red-orange pigment to the oil’s color

  • Soothe acne and burns

  • Reduce the appearance of age spots

  • Tighten skin

  • Slow the look of aging

Arnica (Arnica Montana)

Arnica has been used for medicinal purposes since the 1500s and is still popular today. Applied to the skin as a cream, ointment, liniment, salve, or tincture, arnica has been commonly used for injuries, such as sprains and bruises.

Plant Description: Arnica is a perennial that grows to a height of 1 to 2 feet with yellow-orange flowers similar to daisies. Stems are round and hairy, ending in 1 to 3 flower stalks, with flowers 2 to 3 inches across. Leaves are bright green. The upper leaves are toothed and slightly hairy, while lower leaves have rounded tips. It is native to the mountains of Europe and Siberia, and is cultivated in North America

Benefits Associated with Arnica:

  • soothe muscle aches

  • reduce inflammation

  • heal wounds

  • Sprains

  • Bruises


Lemongrass is commonly taken orally, applied directly to the skin, or inhaled as aromatherapy for many different conditions. In food and beverages, lemongrass is used as a flavoring. For example, lemongrass leaves are commonly used as "lemon" flavoring in herbal teas.In manufacturing, lemongrass is used as a fragrance in deodorants, soaps, and cosmetics. Lemongrass is also used in making vitamin A and natural citral.

Plant Description: Lemongrass is a perennial grass of the family Poaceae grown for its fragrant leaves and stalks which are used as a flavoring. The grass grows in dense clumps and has several stiff stems and slender blade-like leaves which droop towards the tips. The leaves are blue-green in color, turning red in the Fall and emit a strong lemon fragrance when damaged. Lemongrass produces large compound flowers on spikes when grown in the tropics, but rarely flowers when grown in more Northern latitudes. Lemon grass can reach a height of 1.8 m (6 ft) and will grow for several years, typically its economical lifespan is 4 years. Lemongrass may also be referred to as ginger grass or citronella grass and likely originates from Sri Lanka or Malaysia although a wild form of the plant is not known.

Benefits Associated with Lemongrass:

  • Pain and swelling

  • Fever reducer

  • Stimulate Menstrual Flow

  • Antioxidant Properties

  • High Cholesterol

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

  • Yeast infections in the mouth (Thrush)

  • Stomach ache

  • High blood pressure

  • Convulsions

  • Cough

  • Achy Joints (Rheumatism)

  • Common cold

  • Diabetes

  • Exhaustion


Lavender is a flowering plant in the mint family that’s easily identified by its sweet floral scent. It’s believed to be native to the Mediterranean, the Middle East, and India, with a history dating as far back as 2,500 years. In ancient times, lavender was used as a holy herb. Additionally, it was often used to freshen up and give a light scent to a variety of personal items, such as clothes and hair. Lavender is the name given to several species of herbaceous, perennial shrubs in the genus Lavandula which are grown as ornamental plants or for essential oil. Lavender plants are small, branching and spreading shrubs with grey-green leaves and long flowering shoots. The leaves can be simple or pinnate measuring 30–50 mm (1–2 in) in length. The plant produces flowers on shoots or spikes which can be 20–40 cm (8–16 in) long. The flowers are lilac or blue in color. Lavender can grow to 0.4 m (1.3 ft) in height and live for 20–30 years. Lavender may also be referred to as true lavender, medical lavender, smelling lavender, thin-leaved lavender or English lavender and is believed to originate from the Mediterranean, Middle East and India.

Benefits Associated with Lavender:

  • Skin Care

  • Eczema

  • Joint Pain

  • Skin Inflammation

  • Insomnia

  • Antioxidant

  • Bug Bites

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Stress

  • Menopausal Hot Flashes

  • Aromatherapy

  • Combat Fungus Growth

  • Athlete Foot

  • Ringworm

  • Hair Growth

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Headaches

  • Low Energy


Turmeric, (Curcuma longa), perennial herbaceous plant of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae), the tuberous rhizomes, or underground stems, of which have been used from antiquity as a condiment, a textile dye, and medically as an aromatic stimulant. Reputed to have anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is sometimes consumed as a tea or in pill form for a variety of ailments, including arthritis and intestinal problems.

Plant Description: Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a tropical plant in the same family as ginger. Not a dainty plant, turmeric has large green leaves and grows 3 or more feet tall. As the plant matures each stem sends up a spike of greenish-white and occasionally pink flowers. Like ginger, turmeric thrives in warm, humid conditions and well-drained, neutral soil.

Benefits Associated with Turmeric:

  • Anti-Inflammatory

  • Pain Relief

  • Improving Liver Function

  • Protective effects against Pancreatic cancer, Prostate cancer, and Multiple Myeloma.

  • Digestion

  • Arthritis

  • Skin Diseases

  • Antioxidant

Alfalfa Plant

The plant, which grows 30–90 cm (1–3 feet) tall, arises from a much-branched crown that is partially embedded in the surface layer of soil. As the plant develops, numerous stems bearing trifoliolate leaves (compound leaves with three leaflets) arise from the crown buds. Racemes of small flowers arise from the upper axillary buds of the stems. In sunny regions with moderate heat, dry weather, and pollinating insects, these flowers can abundantly produce corkscrew-coiled legumes containing two to eight or more seeds. Similar to many other members of Fabaceae, alfalfa plants house symbiotic soil bacteria (rhizobia) in their root nodules to “fix” nitrogen from the air into the soil, thus making it accessible to other plants. When grown as a cover crop or as part of a crop rotation, alfalfa improves the soil nutrient levels and lessens the need for synthetic fertilizers.

Associated Benefits for Alfalfa Plant:

  • Appetite Suppressant


Cinnamon (/ˈsɪnəmən/ SIN-ə-mən) is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several tree species from the genus Cinnamomum. Cinnamon is used mainly as an aromatic condiment and flavouring additive in a wide variety of cuisines, sweet and savoury dishes, breakfast cereals, snackfoods, tea and traditional foods. The aroma and flavour of cinnamon derive from its essential oil and principal component, cinnamaldehyde, as well as numerous other constituents, including eugenol. The term "cinnamon" also is used to describe its mid-brown colour. Cinnamon is the name for several species of trees and the commercial spice products that some of them produce. All are members of the genus Cinnamomum in the family Lauraceae. [1] Only a few Cinnamomum species are grown commercially for spice. Cinnamomum verum is sometimes considered to be "true cinnamon", but most cinnamon in international commerce is derived from the related species Cinnamomum cassia, also referred to as "cassia".[2][3] In 2016, Indonesia and China produced 75% of the world's supply of cinnamon.

Benefits Associated with Cinnamon:

  • Increases blood flow and raises body temperature

  • Assist with treating Type 2 diabetes

  • Assist with managing metabolic disease

  • Lowering bad cholesterol

  • Antimicrobial properties

  • Assist with treating candidiasis, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Antioxidants

  • Improvements with hormones

  • Lowers blood sugar levels

  • Neurodegenerative diseases

  • Protect against cancer

  • Fight bacterial and fungal infections

  • Assist with fighting HIV Virus

Organic MCT Oil

As the name suggests, medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil contains medium-length chains of fats called triglycerides. Due to their shorter length, MCTs are easily digested and many health benefits are linked to the way your body processes these fats.MCT oil is most commonly extracted from coconut oil, as more than 50% of the fat in coconut oil comes from MCTs.

Associated Benefits for MCT Oil:

  • Inflammation

  • Providing extra energy throughout the day

  • Appetite Control

  • Assist burning fats during work out

Nettle leaf

Urtica dioica, often known as common nettle, stinging nettle (although not all plants of this species sting) or nettle leaf, or just a nettle or stinger, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Urticaceae. Originally native to Europe, much of temperate Asia and western North Africa,[1] it is now found worldwide, including New Zealand[2] and North America.[3][4] The species is divided into six subspecies, five of which have many hollow stinging hairs called trichomes on the leaves and stems, which act like hypodermic needles, injecting histamine and other chemicals that produce a stinging sensation upon contact ("contact urticaria", a form of contact dermatitis).[5][6] The plant has a long history of use as a source for traditional medicine, food, tea, and textile raw material in ancient societies.

  • Contains Many Nutrients

  • May Reduce Inflammation

  • May Treat Enlarged Prostate Symptoms

  • May Treat Hay Fever

  • May Lower Blood Pressure

  • May Aid Blood Sugar Control

Organic Shea Butter

Shea butter is fat that’s extracted from the nuts of the shea tree. It’s solid at warm temperatures and has an off-white or ivory color. Shea trees are native to West Africa, and most shea butter still comes from that region. Shea butter has been used as a cosmetic ingredient for centuries. Its high concentration of vitamins and fatty acids — combined with its easy-to-spread consistency — make it a great product for smoothing, soothing, and conditioning your skin.


  • Moisturizer

  • Non-oily

  • Anti Inflammatory

  • Antioxidants

  • Antibacterial

  • Antifungal

  • Boosts collagen

  • Assist with preventing acne

  • Promotes cell regeneration

  • Reduces stretch marks and scarring and wrinkles

  • Added protection from the sun

  • Prevents hair breakage and dandruff

  • Eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis

  • Soothes burns and insect bites

  • Promote wound healing

  • Relieve arthritis pain

  • Soothes muscles

  • Relieves congestion

Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca oil, is an essential oil with a fresh camphoraceous odor and a colour that ranges from pale yellow to nearly colourless and clear.[1] It is derived from the leaves of the tea tree, Melaleuca alternifolia, native to Southeast Queensland and the Northeast coast of New South Wales, Australia. The oil comprises many constituent chemicals and its composition changes if it is exposed to air and oxidizes. Commercial use of tee tree oil began in the 1920s, pioneered by the entrepreneur Arthur Penfold. As of 2017 the global tea tree oil market was valued at US$39 million.[2] As a traditional medicine, it is typically used as a topical medication in low concentrations for the attempted treatments of skin conditions, but there is little evidence of efficacy.[3][4][5] Tea tree oil is claimed as useful for treating dandruff, acne, lice, herpes, insect bites, scabies, and skin fungal or bacterial infections.[4][5][6] However, there is not enough evidence to support any of these claims due to the small amount of research conducted on the topic.[4][7] Tea tree oil is neither a patented product nor an approved drug. [5] It is poisonous if consumed by mouth, and unsafe to use on children.

  • Antibacterial

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Antifungal

  • Antiviral

  • Acne

  • Athlete’s foot

  • Contact dermatitis

  • Dandruff and Cradle Cap

  • Head lice

  • Nail fungus

  • Oral health

Rosehip oil

Rosehip oil is also known as rosehip seed oil. It’s derived from the rosa canina rose bush, which is grown mostly in Chile. Unlike rose oil, which is extracted from rose petals, rosehip oil is pressed from the fruit and seeds of the rose plant. Prized since ancient times for its valuable healing benefits, rosehip oil is loaded with skin-nourishing vitamins and essential fatty acids. It also contains phenols that have been shown to have antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. Rosehip oil is often used as a carrier oil for essential oils which are too intense to put on your skin directly.

  • It hydrates

  • It moisturizes

  • It helps exfoliate and helps brightens skin

  • It helps boost collagen formation

  • It helps reduce inflammation

  • It helps protect against sun damage

  • It helps reduce hyperpigmentation

  • It helps reduce scars and fine lines

  • It helps boost immunity

Barley grass

Barley grass is the young leaf of the barley plant (Hordeum vulgare). Sometimes referred to as "barley leaves" or "barley green," barley grass is rich in chlorophyll and antioxidants (such as lutonarin and saponarin), and also contains gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), ferulic acid, vitamins, and minerals.

  • Acne

  • Diabetes

  • Heart disease

  • High blood pressure

  • High cholesterol

  • Insomnia

Additionally, barley grass is said to improve sleep, promote weight loss, enhance energy, reduce inflammation, stimulate the digestive system, and boost immunity.

Wheat grass

Wheatgrass is the name of the young grass of a wheat plant. It is a thick, dry grass that looks like hay or straw but is bright green. It plays a role in natural and holistic medicine, and it may have some specific health benefits. Farmers mainly grow wheatgrass for animals to eat, but it has become popular as a supplement and a superfood in recent years. Wheatgrass comes from the family Triticum aestivum. People harvest it early in its development before it reaches full size. This is usually 7–10 days after sprouting. Some people call wheatgrass green blood because it contains high levels of chlorophyll, which gives wheatgrass products an unusual green hue. Wheatgrass contains few calories but is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes. One study indicated that it might have anticancer properties.

  • Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory

  • Cancer prevention and treatment

  • Treating gastrointestinal distress

  • Obesity

  • Preventing and treating type 2 diabetes

Wheatgrass might also benefit people with:

  • rheumatoid arthritis

  • heart disease

  • blood disorders, such as thalassemia

Traditional medicinal uses of wheatgrass include:

  • improving digestion

  • lowering blood pressure

  • removing heavy metals from the bloodstream

  • balancing the immune system

  • relieving gout


Peppermint is an aromatic plant, created from the blending of watermint and spearmint. It is used to add flavor or fragrance to foods, cosmetics, soaps, toothpastes, mouthwashes, and other products, and it may have some medicinal uses. Peppermint (Mentha piperita) leaves can be used dried or fresh in teas. Originally from Europe, peppermint today is cultivated all over the world. Peppermint can consist of fresh or dry leaves for use in food or as a tea. Peppermint essential oil is used in tinctures, chest rubs, and creams. It can also be taken in enteric-coated capsules for swallowing. This allows the peppermint to pass into the intestine. It is believed to have calming effects.

It is used to treat flatulence, menstrual pains, diarrhea, nausea, depression-related anxiety, muscle and nerve pain, the common cold, indigestion, and IBS.

Irritable bowel syndrome:

  • May Ease Digestive Upsets.

  • Peppermint may relieve digestive symptoms, such as gas, bloating and indigestion.

  • May Help Relieve Tension Headaches and Migraines. ...

  • May Freshen Your Breath. ...

  • May Relieve Clogged Sinuses. ...

  • May Improve Energy. ...

  • May Help Relieve Menstrual Cramps. ...

  • May Fight Bacterial Infections. ...

  • May Improve Your Sleep.

Valerian Root

Valerian is an herb. It is native to Europe and parts of Asia but also grows in North America. Medicine is made from the root. Valerian is most commonly used for sleep disorders, especially the inability to sleep (insomnia). Valerian is also used orally for anxiety and psychological stress, but there is limited scientific research to support these uses. In manufacturing, the extracts and oil made from valerian are used as flavoring in foods and beverages. Valerian (Valeriana officinalis), also known as all-heal or garden heliotrope, is a flowering plant native to Europe and parts of Asia. Since ancient times, the root of this plant has been used to treat insomnia, nervousness, trembling, headaches, and heart palpitations [1]. In the US, valerian root is mainly sold as a sleep aid, while in Europe it is used to treat restlessness, tremors, and anxiety. Valerian flowers have a delicate scent once used in perfumes. Valerian root, however, has a very strong, earthy smell. This is because of the volatile oils and other compounds responsible for its sedative effects

How does it work? 

Valerian seems to act like a sedative on the brain and nervous system. Alternative practitioners believe that valerian root can treat a variety of health conditions, including insomnia, anxiety, headaches, digestive problems, menopause symptoms, and post-exercise muscle pain and fatigue​ 


  • Menopausal Symptoms

  • Anxiety

  • Menstrual Cramps ADHD Memory and Cognitive Function

  • Fibromyalgia

  • OCD

  • Digestive Problems

  • Stress Management


  • Memory and Cognitive Function

  • Fibromyalgia

  • OCD

  • Digestive Problems

  • Stress Management

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Ashwagandha Root

Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine practiced in India can be traced back to 6000 BC . For most of these 6000 years Ashwagandha has been used as a Rasayana. The root of Ashwagandha is regarded as tonic, aphrodisiac, narcotic, diuretic, anthelmintic, astringent, thermogenic and stimulant. The root smells like horse (“ashwa”), that is why it is called Ashwagandha (on consuming it gives the power of a horse). It is commonly used in emaciation of children (when given with milk, it is the best tonic for children), debility from old age, rheumatism, vitiated conditions of vata, leucoderma, constipation, insomnia, nervous breakdown, goiter etc.

In Sanskrit, Ashwagandha means “smell of horse”. Meaning this herb imparts the strength and vigor of a stallion. Ashwagandha helps protect your central nervous system. And is a promising alternative treatment for a variety of degenerative brain diseases including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

As an antioxidant, Ashwagandha seeks out and destroys free radicals. Free radicals have been implicated in many age-related diseases. There’s even some emerging evidence that Ashwagandha offers anti-cancer benefits.


How Ashwagandha benefits your brain -

  • Reduce Stress: Ashwagandha helps reduce anxiety and depression. It reduces the stress hormone cortisol, lowers blood sugar levels, and improves lipid profiles.

  • Neuronal Regeneration: Ashwagandha helps regenerate axons and dendrites of brain nerve cells. And helps reconstruct synapses, the junctions where nerve cells communicate with other cells. Boosting memory and restoring neural networks affected by neurodegenerative disease.

  • Neurotransmitters: Ashwagandha extract inhibits acetylcholinesterase. The enzyme responsible for breaking down the key neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Boosting memory, learning and cognition.

  • It is used as an ancient medicinal herb.

  • It can reduce blood sugar levels.

  • It might have anticancer properties - There’s currently no human research that suggests ashwagandha has anti-cancer properties, but animal and test-tube studies are worth mentioning because they’re so promising. The programmed death of cancer cells (or any other cells) is called apoptosis, and one study found that withaferin, a compound in the Ayurvedic herb, makes cancer cells less resistant to apoptosis as well as disrupting their growth (Nishikawa, 2015).

  • It can reduce cortisol levels - Cortisol is known as a stress hormone given that your adrenal glands release it in response to stress, as well as when your blood sugar levels get too low.

  • It may help reduce anxiety and stress - Ashwagandha is perhaps best known for its ability to reduce stress. Researchers have reported that it blocked the stress pathway in the brains of rats by regulating chemical signaling in the nervous system (16Trusted Source).

  • It may reduce symptoms of depression.

  • It can boost testosterone and increase fertility in men - Sperm count and motility increased in infertile men treated with ashwagandha powder in one study that included 75 fertile and 75 infertile men, and their oxidative stress, an imbalance between damaging free radicals and health-boosting antioxidants in the body, also decreased (Ahmad, 2010). Subjects’ testosterone levels also increased.

  • It may increase muscle mass and strength - Although it was a small study, another showed that supplementing with ashwagandha may prove beneficial to those on a weight lifting regimen (Wankhede, 2015). At the end of the 8 week study, participants taking the supplement had increased their bench press by 176% more than those taking the placebo.


Clove is the dried bud of the flower from the tree Syzygium aromaticum. It belongs to the plant family named Myrtaceae. It is an evergreen plant growing in tropical and subtropical conditions. Clove flower buds are harvested in their immature state and then dried. Whole cloves are shaped like a small, reddish-brown spike, usually around 1 centimeter in length, with a bulbous top. Cloves can be used whole or ground, and they have a very strong, pungent flavor and aroma. It is an herb of which people use various parts of the plant, including the dried buds, stems, and leaves to make medicine.

Native to Asian countries like Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and even areas of East Africa, cloves are a spice that offers many health benefits. These benefits include aiding in digestion, boosting the immune system, and controlling diabetes. Cloves also contain anti-mutagenic and anti-microbial properties, along with fighting against oral diseases and headaches.

Health Benefits of Clove:

•    Cloves are replete with powerful antioxidants that help fight free radical damage and boost our immunity. 
•    The oil obtained from clove is a good source of a compound called eugenol. The strong germicidal properties of clove help combat toothache, sore gums and ulcers. 
•    Cloves are also enriched with antiseptic, antiviral and antimicrobial properties. The anti-inflammatory compounds help heal sore throats, cold and cough and headache.
•    The eugenol present in clove helps ease digestion; healthy digestion is key to effective weight loss. Clove also helps rev up metabolism naturally. 
•    By fighting free radical activity, cloves may also help give you a beautiful skin. 
•    The winter spice may also help regulate blood sugar levels. A study published in Journal Natural Medicine, examined the hypoglycaemic effects of cloves on diabetic rats and found promising results. 

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Organic Black Seed Oil

The black seeds that are pressed for black seed oil come from Nigella sativa, a flowering plant found in Western Asia, Northern Africa, and Eastern Europe. Used in traditional medicine and cooking, the seeds are known as:

  • black seed

  • black caraway

  • black cumin

  • Nigella Sativa

N. sativa has been traditionally used for the treatment of a variety of disorders, diseases and conditions pertaining to respiratory system, digestive tract, kidney and liver function, cardio vascular system and immune system support, as well as for general well-being.

Avicenna refers to black seeds in the “The Canon of Medicine”, as seeds stimulate the body's energy and helps recovery from fatigue and dispiritedness. Black seeds and their oil have a long history of folklore usage in Indian and Arabian civilization as food and medicine. The seeds have been traditionally used in Southeast Asian and the Middle East countries for the treatment of several diseases and ailments including asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism and related inflammatory diseases. Its many uses have earned Nigella the Arabic approbation ‘Habbatul barakah’, meaning the seed of blessing. Externally the oil is used as an antiseptic and local anesthetic. Roasted black seeds are given internally to stop the vomiting

A key component of black seed oil, thymoquinone, has demonstrated antioxidant properties that may help relieve inflammation. Many advocates of black seed oil use it on their hair.

Black seed oil (or nigella sativa oil) can be applied topically on your facial skin and hair and can also be consumed to fight a number of ailments. The oil is known to have cholesterol-fighting abilities and it may also help in regulating blood sugar and inducing weight loss.

Skin and Hair Benefits:

Anti-Bacterial In Nature

The oil is anti-bacterial in nature and when applied on the skin may prevent acne by fighting off skin infections. A diluted solution of nigella sativa oil may be applied on the skin to reduce acne growth.

Packed With Antioxidants

The oil is said to neutralise free radicals in the body, which may improve the quality of your skin and hair. Black seed oil is, therefore, effective in fighting inflammation, leaving the skin feeling young and healthy.

Fights Hair Fall

Black seed oil is used to fight hair fall and even to induce hair re-growth, due to the presence of Nigellone and Thymoquinone in it. The latter is known to be an inflammation-fighting compound. It also nourishes the hair follicles and prevents the hair from falling off. The application of this oil is said to be a safe and natural way to re-grow hair, without medication.

Improve Hair And Scalp Health

Regular application of sativa oil may significantly improve scalp health by combating dandruff and scalp irritation. It is also known to prevent and even reverse graying of hair by preserving pigmentation in hair follicles.

Fights Skin Infections

Common skin infections, particularly psoriasis and eczema, can be resolved by applying the oil on your skin. This is because the oil has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and may also soothe irritation on the skin, leaving it soft and moisturised.

Nag Champa

Nag champa is a fragrance of Indian origin. It is made from a combination of sandalwood and either champak or frangipani.When frangipani is used, the fragrance is usually referred to simply as champa.

Nag champa is commonly used in incense, soap, perfume oil, essential oils, candles, and personal toiletries. It is a popular and recognizable incense fragrance throughout the world.



Masks Unpleasant Odors

Nag Champa blends several rich scents including sandalwood and halmaddi, a resin native to the Indian subcontinent. When people wish to cover another, less desirable odor, such as sweat, Nag Champa provides a more exotic alternative to the air freshening products of western corporations. Nag Champa's scent lingers longer than many other incenses, continuing to perfume the air hours after the last stick or cone has expired.


As a Stress Buster and helps in focus

Sandalwood, one of the principle ingredients in Nag Champa, offers many aromatherapy benefits. It creates a calming effect, dispelling stress and thus opening access to deeper meditative states. The combination of masking sweat odors and aiding in relaxation makes Nag Champa very popular in many yoga studios in practicing meditation.


Use as natural Aphrodisiac

A state of relaxation is conducive to amorous activities as well as inner peace. The sandalwood scent prominent in Nag Champa also frequently appears in both men's and women's personal fragrances because of its ability to evoke a state of arousal. In fact, sandalwood's medicinal uses include treating impotence.


Good for skin health

Although best known for in incense form, Nag Champa is also found in soaps and other body products containing the same popular combination of essences. When applied on the skin, sandalwood offers antiseptic, fungicidal and insect-repelling benefits. It also has anti-inflammatory qualities, making it useful against acne and eczema. It stimulates the immune system and promotes healthy functioning of liver and kidneys.

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Organic Coconut oil

Coconut oil, or copra oil, is an edible oil extracted from the kernel or meat of mature coconuts harvested from the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). It has various applications. Because of its high saturated fat content, it is slow to oxidize and, thus, resistant to rancidification, lasting up to six months at 24 °C (75 °F) without spoiling.



  • It relieves Skin Irritation and Eczema.

  • It improves Brain Function.

  • It improves oral health.

  • It has the power to make your hair grow longer, thicker and healthier.

  • It could help get rid of lice, protect your hair from the sun and reduce dandruff.It can be used both before and after you wash your hair to help prevent damage.

  • It has antifungal and antibacterial properties.

  • It is rich in antioxidants which is great for smoothing fine lines ans wrinkles. It can be used as night cream and under.


Organic Coconut Butter

Coconut butter, is a coconut product made from the unsweetened dehydrated fresh pulp of a mature coconut, ground to a semi-solid white creamy paste. It is sold in the form of a hard white block which can be stored at room temperature.The block is generally packaged in a sealed plastic pouch and some separation of the pure fat and the coconut flesh can be seen. In cookery, it is chopped into pieces or grated before it is added to dishes. By adding warm water it can be made into coconut milk or coconut cream substitutes.

It is added to Indian, South East Asian and Caribbean recipes to enrich curries and sauces. In the west, it is primarily used in confectionery items, desserts, ice cream, and sauces.

Creamed coconut does not contain cholesterol and is a source of fiber. It is also a good source of potassium.


For healthy and shiny hair.

Coconut butter makes the hair shiny and healthy. It acts as a natural moisturizer and helps to prevent dandruff and dryness of scalp. You may also use it as a hair mask to condition your hair and experience a significant reduction in hair damage and get gorgeous looking locks.

For healthy skin.

It also exfoliates and moisturizes the skin giving you a soft and smooth experience.

Rich in lauric acid.

It boosts immunity and destroys harmful bacteria, viruses, and fungus.

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Rose water

Rose water is a flavoured water made by steeping rose petals in water. Additionally, it is the hydrosol portion of the distillate of rose petals, a by-product of the production of rose oil for use in perfume. It is used to flavour food, as a component in some cosmetic and medical preparations, and for religious purposes throughout Europe and Asia.


It controls excess oil from hair

Rose water is great for helping you to manage balanced pH levels.

It is great for conditioning your hair and tames frizz

It reduces skin irritation

It has antibacterial properties. It heals cuts, scars and burns.

It can have strong antidepressant and antianxiety properties. It enhances mood.

It is often found in beauty products aimed to reduce wrinkles. That’s because it may actually have anti-aging effects.

It has powerful antiseptic properties, which can prevent and treat infections.

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Epsom Salt

Epsom salt in other words Magnesium sulphate, is a household chemical with many traditional uses, including bath salts.

The main use of magnesium sulfate is in agriculture, to correct soils deficient in magnesium (an essential plant nutrient). The monohydrate is favored for this use; by the mid-1970s, its production was 2.3 million tons per year.

When Epsom salt is dissolved in water, it releases magnesium and sulfate ions.

The idea is that these particles can be absorbed through your skin, providing you with magnesium and sulfates — which serve important bodily functions.


It reduces pain and swelling.

It aids in digestion.

It reduces stress and promotes sleep.


Eucalyptus is a tree. The dried leaves and oil are used to make medicine. The leaves are dried, crushed, and distilled to release the essential oil. After the oil has been extracted, it must be diluted before it can be used as medicine.  The main ingredient is cineole (also known as eucalyptol), which is known for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and aromatic properties. Australian Aboriginals used eucalyptus as a natural remedy against wounds, infections, aches, and colds.


It is good for cold and respiratory relief-

Eucalyptus oil is often used in the form of steam inhalation to help ease cold symptoms, when inhaled into the respiratory system, it's believed to reduce the muscle spasms that can narrow your airway and make it difficult to breathe. It's also said to be a gentle expectorant and to promote drainage from congested sinuses.

It can boost mental clarity and combat brain fog.

Eucalyptus oil can clear your airways and allow more oxygen into your lungs, which can boost energy and promote mental clarity.

It stimulates your scalp.

It stimulates the scalp, fights dandruff, and improves hair elasticity.

It has antibacterial properties. It heals cuts, scars and burns.

It can have strong antidepressant and antianxiety properties. It enhances mood.


Sambucus is a genus of flowering plants in the family Adoxaceae. The various species are commonly called elder or elderberry

Elderberries are rich in antioxidants - anthocyanidinsthat combine to give elderberry juice an intense blue-purple coloration that turns reddish on dilution with water. These pigments are used as colorants in various products and "elderberry juice color" is listed by the USFDA as allowable in certified organic food products.



It eliminates constipation and boosts gastrointestinal system.

It helps in weight loss and boosts immune system.

It promotes bone strength and development of new bone tissues.

It alleviates respiratory conditions such as cold and cough.

It has an impressive amount of fiber, vitamins and antioxidants that improves your overall

health and well-being.

Echinacea Coneflowers

Echinacea is a genus, or group of herbaceous flowering plants in the daisy family. The genus Echinacea has ten species, which are commonly called coneflowers. They are found only in eastern and central North America, where they grow in moist to dry prairies and open wooded areas.

It was used in traditional herbal remedies by the Great Plains Indian tribes. Later, settlers followed the Indians' example and began using echinacea for medicinal purposes as well.


seems to activate chemicals in the body that decrease inflammation, which might reduce cold and flu symptoms.



It’s a potent immune booster.

It can help with digestion.

It can  help heal wounds.

It may reduce level of anxiety.

It possess anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties making it great for skin care.

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Dandelion Leaf

A dandelion is a flower. Its scientific name is Taraxacum, a large genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae. Taraxacum are native to Eurasia, and have been widely introduced to North and South America as well as other continents and are an invasive species in some areas.[1] Two species, T. officinale and T. erythrospermum, are found as weeds worldwide.[2] All parts of both species are edible.[3]

Their sharp leaves look a bit like lion's teeth.[4] Its seeds are like little parachutes that fly away with the wind, spreading and growing more dandelions. They are used in China as medicine. Dandelion pollen can often make people have allergies.



It’s a potent immune booster.

It can help with digestion.

It can  help heal wounds.

It may reduce level of anxiety.

It possess anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties making it great for skin care.

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Sesame Seeds

A sesame (Sesamum indicum) is a flowering plant in the genus Sesamum. Numerous wild relatives occur in Africa and a smaller number in India. It is widely naturalized in tropical regions around the world and is cultivated for its edible seeds, which grow in pods. It grows to a height of 2-3 feet. Sesame has one of the highest oil contents of any seed. With a rich, nutty flavor, it is a common ingredient in cuisines across the world.



 It strengthen the roots and hair growth.

The rich omega fatty acids content present in the seeds help promote hair growth and also repairs hair damage. They also help in moisturising the scalp and improve blood circulation to rejuvenate hair follicles.


It possesses anti-ageing properties.

Sesame seeds are packed with antioxidants that reverse signs of ageing and give you a youthful skin. 


It boosts skin health.

The oil present in sesame seeds can do wonders for your skin. They help the skin remain soft and supple. They are rich in anti-inflammatory properties that are vital in healing redness, sores and other facial skin issues from within.

It boosts dental health.

They help removing dental plaque and boosts oral health.


It is a good source of nutrients.

They contain healthy fats like polyunsaturated fatty acids and Omega-6. They also contain fiber, iron, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus that helps boost energy levels.

It helps fight stress and depression.

Sesame oil contains an amino acid known as tyrosine, which is directly connected to serotonin activity. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter which impacts our mood.

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Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are the edible seeds of Salvia hispanica, a flowering plant in the sage family (Lamiaceae) native to central and southern Mexico, or of the related Salvia columbariae of the southwestern United States and Mexico. Chia seeds are oval and gray with black and white spots, having a diameter around 2 millimetres (0.08 in). The seeds are hydrophilic, absorbing up to 12 times their weight in liquid when soaked and developing a mucilaginous coating that gives chia-based foods and beverages a distinctive gel texture.

100 grams of chia seeds can load you up with some of the most essential nutrients including iron, calcium, thiamin, manganese, magnesium, zinc, phosphorous, B vitamins, folate and riboflavin.





They deliver massive amount of nutrients with very few calories.

Despite their tiny size, chia seeds are one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. They’re loaded with fiber, protein, omega-3 fatty acids and various micronutrients.


They are loaded with antioxidants.

They are high in antioxidants that help protect the delicate fats in the seeds. They also have various benefits for health.


They are high in quality protein, much higher than most plant foods.

Protein is the most weight loss friendly macronutrient and can drastically reduce appetite and cravings.


They are high in protein and fiber, both of which have been shown to aid weight loss.

Black Walnut Hull

Juglans nigra, the eastern American black walnut, is a species of deciduous tree in the walnut family, Juglandaceae, native to North America. Black walnut is an important tree commercially, as the wood is a deep brown color and easily worked. The fruits, walnuts, are cultivated for their distinctive and desirable taste. Often, trees are grown for both lumber and walnuts simultaneously and many cultivars have been developed for improved quality nuts or wood.They have been associated with many health benefits like reduced heart disease risk and weight loss. The antioxidant and antibacterial compounds in their outer shells, or hulls, make them useful for naturally treating parasitic and bacterial infections.



  • Black walnuts may have anticancer effects and promote heart health and weight loss. Plant compounds in the hulls have antioxidant properties.

  • They are high in tannins — compounds with antibacterial properties.

  • They contain flavonoid antioxidants that have been shown to have beneficial effects against lung, breast, prostate, and colon cancer.

  • They contain various nutrients and compounds like omega-3 fatty acids, tannins, ellagic acid that benefit heart health.

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Golden Seal

Goldenseal also called orangeroot or yellow puccoon, is a perennial herb in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae, native to southeastern Canada and the eastern United States. It may be distinguished by its thick, yellow knotted rootstock. The stem is purplish and hairy above ground and yellow below ground where it connects to the yellow rhizome. It is widely used in many herbal salves and ointments as a disinfectant. Goldenseal root contains berberine and hydrastine which have a broad-spectrum antibacterial and antiviral action.



  • It supports digestive health.

  • It may regulate blood sugar levels

  • It can combact a urinary tract infection beacuase of its antimicrobial properties.

  • It has berberine and beta-hydrastine - alkaloids which successfully inhibit H.pylori growth and in turn prevents ulcers.

  • It has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which prevent or treat upper respiratory tract infections and the common cold.

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Black Pepper

Black pepper is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, known as a peppercorn, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning. When fresh and fully mature, the fruit is about 5 mm (0.20 in) in diameter and dark red, and contains a single seed, like all drupes. Peppercorns and the ground pepper derived from them may be described simply as pepper, or more precisely as black pepper .


It is native to present-day Kerala in South India, and is extensively cultivated there and elsewhere in tropical regions. Ground, dried and cooked peppercorns have been used since antiquity, both for flavour and as a traditional medicine. Black pepper is the world's most traded spice, and is one of the most common spices added to cuisines around the world. Its spiciness is due to the chemical compound piperine, which is a different kind of spicy from the capsaicin characteristic of chili peppers.



It may prevent cancer

The piperine in black pepper can be credited with the prevention of cancer, and becomes twice as potent when combined with turmeric. The spice also has Vitamin C, Vitamin A, flavonoids, carotenes and other anti-oxidants that help remove harmful free radicals and protect the body from cancers and diseases.


It stimulates digestion

It eases digestion and stimulates the stomach, which then secretes more hydrochloric acid that helps to digest proteins in food.


It relieves cold and cough

It is antibacterial in nature, and therefore helps to cure cold and cough.


It enables weight loss

It's outermost layer contains phytonutrients, which helps to break down fat cells, and also increases metabolism.


It helps to deal with depression

It stimulates the brain, and helps it to function properly by making it more active.

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Licorice Root

Liquorice or licorice  is the common name of Glycyrrhiza glabra, a flowering plant of the bean family from the root of which a sweet, aromatic flavouring can be extracted. The liquorice plant is a herbaceous perennial legume native to the Western Asia and southern Europe. It is not botanically related to anise, star anise or fennel, which are sources of similar flavouring compounds. Liquorice is used as a flavouring in candies and tobacco, particularly in some European and West Asian countries.

Liquorice extracts have been used in herbalism and traditional medicine.



  • It aids in reducing nausea, stomach pain, and heartburn due to flavonoids present in Licorice.

  • It may help kill bacteria in the mouth that cause tooth decay.

  • Licorice extract and its compounds have been linked to slowing or preventing cell growth in skin, breast, colorectal, and prostate cancers.

  • It aid diabetes and helps in maintaining  blood sugar levels and kidney health.

  • It reduces menopause symptoms.

  • It boost weight loss.

  • It help treat hepatitis C.

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Lemon Balm leaf

Lemon balm, common balm or balm mint, is a perennial plant in the mint family  and native to south-central Europe, the Mediterranean Basin, Iran, and Central Asia, but now naturalized in the Americas and elsewhere. The leaves have a mild lemon scent similar to mint. The leaves are used as a herb, in teas, and also as a flavouring. The plant is used to attract bees for honey production. It is grown as an ornamental plant and for its oil (to use in perfumery). The tea of lemon balm, the essential oil, and the extract are used in traditional and alternative medicine, including aromatherapy.



  • Lemon balm is said to soothe symptoms of stress, help you to relax, and boost your mood.

  • It may boost cognitive function.

  • It can help insomnia and other sleep disorders.

  • It relieves indigestion.

  • It may help minimize menstrual cramps.

  • It is useful in treating headaches.


Chamomile or camomile is the common name for several daisy-like plants. Two of the species are commonly used to make herbal infusions for traditional medicine.

Chamomile tea is an herbal infusion made from dried flowers and hot water.Two types of chamomile used are German chamomile  and Roman chamomile. Chamomile may be used as a flavoring agent in foods and beverages, mouthwash, soaps, or cosmetics. The main constituents of chamomile flowers are polyphenol compounds, including apigenin, quercetin, patuletin, and luteolin.Essential-oil components extracted from the flowers are terpenoids. Chamomile is under preliminary research for its potential anti-anxiety properties.



  • It relaxes nerves and soothes the nervous system, therefore helps in treating insomnia and promotes sleep.

  • It treats cold

  • It has pain-relieving and antispasmodic properties and thus in turn helps in relieving period pain.

  • It has been used to treat various gastrointestinal disturbances including indigestion, diarrhea, motion sickness, nausea and vomiting.

  • It aids in reducing stress.

  • It is packed with antioxidants which helps boost your skin health.

  • It accelerates cell and tissue regeneration, helps tighten the pores and slows down the ageing process.

  • It reduces under eye dark circles.

  • It helps eliminate and prevent dandruff, soothe scalp irritation and promote healthy healthy.


Spinach is a leafy green flowering plant native to central and western Asia.  It may be eaten cooked or raw, and the taste differs considerably; the high oxalate content may be reduced by steaming.

Raw spinach is 91% water, 4% carbohydrates, 3% protein, and contains negligible fat. It is a rich source (20% or more of the Daily Value, DV) of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, magnesium, manganese, iron and folate. Although spinach is touted as being high in iron and calcium content, and is often served and consumed in its raw form, raw spinach contains high levels of oxalates, which block absorption of calcium and iron in the stomach and small intestine. Spinach cooked in several changes of water has much lower levels of oxalates and is better digested and its nutrients absorbed more completely.



  • It is high in Vitamin C which boosts immunity.

  • It is rich in high nutritional value - vitamins K and A, as well as Manganese, Folate, Magnesium, Iron, Copper, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E, Calcium, Potassium and Vitamin C.

  • It strengthens bones.

  • It protects against high blood pressure and heart disease.

  • It is rich in vitamin A, which is beneficial in moisture retention and in turn reduces signs of ageing.

  • It can help with anaemia.

  • It contains folate and iron help boost hair growth, as well as the vitamin A which can help your hair locks.