is distilled from the rosemary plant’s flowers and leaves. It provides highly potent beneficial antioxidant properties. The extract’s capacity to slow or prevent the oxidation of specific molecules means it can help prolong the maintenance of nutritional stability of certain foods.
are high in dietary fibre, rich in vitamin A, with a good dose of vitamin C, pantothenic acid and B6, as well as several important minerals, including manganese, potassium and copper. They contain a storage protein called sporamin, which helps a damaged plant to heal due to its potent antioxidant effects.
contains large amounts of vitamins K, and A, as well as a good dose of vitamin C and folate. It also supplies the minerals manganese, magnesium, iron, and potassium and, as with many leafy greens, is an excellent source of roughage (fibre), which aids digestive health.
possesses significant anti-inflammatory properties, by virtue of a bioactive phytonutrient contained within it called ‘curcumin’. This compound is also reported to have antioxidant, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-cancer actions.