We manufacture in Denmark from organic ingredients sourced from all over the world and from organically bound vitamins and minerals. Such choices have been made to ensure the greatest possible bioavailability: absorption in the intestines, passage to the blood and finally transport to the cells.
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Alfalfa (Lucerne) is a generic plant from the pea family. Alfalfa is one of the oldest and most extensively grown crops in history. The plant contains organically bound minerals such as manganese, as well as vitamins A and K.
The fenugreek plant is a herb that stems from the sweet pea family. It grows in the Middle East, India, Southeast Europe and North Africa. The small seeds from the fenugreek plant are often a staple of curry blends and contain minerals such as potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, as well as vitamins A, B and C.
Chlorella is an edible green freshwater alga which has a high content of chlorophyll and protein. It is the chlorophyll which gives the plant its attractive green colour. Chlorella is also known as “the green gem”.
Stinging nettles thrive in nutrient-rich soil. They grow in the wild in many places in Denmark. The leaves – or top shoots – contain numerous minerals such as manganese and potassium, as well as vitamins A and C.
Wheat grass is made up of the first germinating leaves of the wheat plant – the first blades of grass – and contains high levels of, in particular, vitamins A, B5, B12 and K, as well as magnesium, phosphor and potassium.
Spirulina is an edible blue-green freshwater alga. It thrives in shallow alkaline waters, such as freshwater ponds, rivers and lakes, and contains all the essential amino acids, which makes it high in protein. It also contains chlorophyll and is rich in B vitamins, as well as iron and calcium.
Kale is a variety of cabbage and has a high content of dietary fibre and vitamins. Kale has particularly high values of vitamins A, C and K, as well as calcium and manganese.
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Barley grass is alkaline and naturally gluten-free. Barley grass is harvested from the leaves, which have greater nutritional value if harvested early. Proteins, vitamin A and vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12 are particularly prevalent in barley grass.
Brown rice – which is wholegrain rice – contains more dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals compared to polished white rice and parboiled rice, whilst it is also richer in protein than other types of rice. It is particularly rich in manganese, magnesium and vitamin B.
The hemp plant, from which hempseed oil and hemp protein are extracted, does not have a significant content of psychedelic substances. The husked seeds are a source of proteins such as arginine, histidine, methionine and cysteine, in addition to containing antioxidants such as alpha, beta, gamma and delta tocopherol and alpha tocotrienol.
Oxidative stress can occur when the body’s content of antioxidants is too low in relation to the number of free radicals in the body.
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