The All Natural Ingredients Used In Our Recipes:

Genus Name Common Name Description
Cocos Nucifera  Cocunut Oil Helps in the production of insulin and thus help in controlling diabetes and heart disease. Lauric acid in coconut oil combats candidiasis and other skin diseases.
Avena Sativa  Oat kernal Potential benefits are not limited to its impact on the libido, however. Wild oats are rich in B vitamins, phosphorous and calcium.
Maranta Arundinacea Root Arrowroot Helps with fevers, inflammations in the digestive tract, the respiratory organs of the body and even the urinary tract. It's also used as a nutritional food for infants and for people recovering from illness. 
Lavundula Angustifolia  Lavender Bud Believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bites. Research has revealed that lavender oil may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness
Olea Europaea Fruit  Olive oil Very high in vitamin E and other powerful antioxidants. Studies show that it is good for the heart, and may protect against osteoporosis and cancer
Cera Alba Beeswax Provides a thin and protective layer between your skin and external elements helping  your skin to retain its moisture. Unlike paraffin wax  from petroleum, when used correctively it does not clog the skin pores. 
Butyrospermum Parkii  Shea Butter Shea Butter is a plant-based emollient that mimics the lipid content of the skin. It works wonders on dry and dehydrated skin and deep wrinkles, promoting a soft, smooth, healthy appearance.
Salix Alba Root Willow Bark The medicinal use of willow dates back 6,000 years. Ancient civilizations used willow tree extracts to treat pain, inflammation, and musculoskeletal conditions.
Anthemis Nobilis  Chamomile Flower Anthemis Nobilis has calming and anti-bacterial properties.
Capsicum Frutescens Fruit Cayenne Capsicum is used for various problems with digestion including upset stomach, intestinal gas, stomach pain, diarrhea, and cramps.
Tocepherol Vitame E Vitamin E or Tocopherol offer a reduced risk of cataracts, cancer, heart, and cardiovascular diseases. It also helps in improving metabolism, immune system, along with boosting stamina and vitality.
Ricinus Communis Seed  Castor Oil The seeds contain between 40% and 60% oil that is rich in triglycerides. 
Rosa Centifolia  Rose Petal The rose flower has various medicinal properties. Roses contain vitamin C, pectin, and citric acids. It also cools the body
Alkanna Tinctoria Root Alkanet Used almost exclusively as a cosmetic dye.  Orally, it has been used for diarrhea and gastric ulcers. Traditionally, topical alkanna root has been used to treat skin wounds and diseases. 
Hibiscus Sabdariffa Hibiscus  Flower Llowers blood pressure in prehypertensive and mildly hypertensive adults
Mentha Piperita  Peppermint Leaf/Oil Gives a cooling sensation and has a calming effect on the body, which can relieve sore muscles when used topically. It also has antimicrobial properties
Eucalyptus Globulus Eucalyptus Leaf/Oil It is used to reduce symptoms of coughs, colds, and congestion
Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil Sweet Almond Oil It has humectant and emollient properties that help to soften the skin and prevent loss of moisture. It also possess Vitamin B1, A, B6, B2, Vitamin D and Vitamin E. The antioxidant properties are due to the  Vitamin E in almonds.
Theobroma Cacao  Cocoa Powder One of the highest plant-based sources of magnesium, the most deficient mineral in the Western world. Magnesium is important for a healthy heart, and helps turn glucose into energy.
Urtica Dioica  Nettle Leaf Natural allergy relief remedy. It's also proven to benefit skin, bone and urinary health as well
Persea Gratissima  Avocado Oil It is high in fat and vitamins A and C, helping to nourish, moisturize and provide antioxidant protection
Mica Powder Mica Used as a colorant
lantago Lanceolata  Plantain Leaf Urogenital tract disorders, respiratory system disorders, gastrointestinal tract disorders, skin ailments, blood system disorders, nervous system disorders, cardiovascular system disorders, and rheumatism
Calendula Officinalis  Calendula Flower  Can treat conditions, such as rashes, allergies, eczema and dermatitis; pain, swelling and redness , muscular injuries or sprains; eye inflammation and itchiness caused by conjunctivitis; and fungal infections