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This is our caffeine free formula naturally designed to boost your body’s ability to maintain positive and healthy energy levels.

what this premium blend can do:
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Supports memory and mental clarity
  • Maintain Energy Level
  • Boosts Mood and Helps the Nervous System to Properly Perform
  • Maintain a Healthy Pregnancy
  • Prevent Memory Loss and Lowers Risk of Neurodegenerative Disease
  • Maintain Healthy Heart
  • Supports Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails
  • Prevent Cancer

Let's take a look at the AMAZING BENEFITS

  • B12
  • B6
  • B9 - Folate 5-MTHF
  • Vitamin C
  • Authentic Shilajit
  • Pine Pollen
  • Iron

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep the body's nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all cells. Vitamin B12 also helps prevent a type of anemia called megaloblastic anemia that makes people tired and weak.


  • Maintain Energy Level
  • Boosts Mood and Helps the Nervous System to Properly Perform
  • Maintain a Healthy Pregnancy<
  • Prevent Memory Loss and Lowers Risk of Neurodegenerative Disease
  • Maintain Healthy Heart
  • Supports Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails
  • Prevent Cancer

Vitamin B6

The potential vitamin B6 benefits and the crucial ways that this water-soluble vitamin affects health are unparalleled. It works together with a range of other vitamins and minerals in the body to optimize nearly every aspect of health and supports the function of the liver, blood cells, skin, eyes, nervous system and beyond to keep you feeling your best.


  • Prevent Heart disease and stroke
  • Maintain Healthy Blodd Vessels
  • Supports Brain Function
  • Preventing an adverse reaction to the antibiotic cycloserine
  • Eye Health
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Regulates Sleep Cycles
  • Prevents Kidney Stones
  • Reduces Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Vitamin B9

Vitamin B9, more commonly known as folate (naturally-occurring form of B9) or folic acid (a synthetic form), is a water-soluble vitamin that is part of the B vitamin family. B vitamins and folate help support adrenal function, help calm and maintain a healthy nervous system, and are necessary for key metabolic processes. Folate occurs naturally in foods, while folic acid is the synthetic form of folate.  Other benefits include prevention of heart disorders, stroke, cancer, and birth defects during pregnancy. It also helps in building muscles, cell enhancement, hemoglobin formation, and provides relief from mental and emotional disorders.


  • Production of DNA
  • Prevent Alzheimers and Dementia
  • Benefits of Vitamin B's and C
  • Autistic Children Go From Non-Verbal to Verbal
  • Reduce Spinal Cord Problems in Babies

Vitamin C

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a vitamin your body needs to form blood vessels, cartilage, muscle and collagen in bones. Vitamin C is also vital to your body's healing process. An antioxidant, vitamin C might help protect your cells against the effects of free radicals — molecules produced when your body breaks down food or is exposed to tobacco smoke and radiation. Free radicals might play a role in heart disease, cancer and other diseases. Vitamin C also helps your body absorb and store iron.


  • Holds Powerful Antioxidant Properties
  • Helps Prevent Anemia
  • Boosts Immunity
  • Improves Heart Health
  • Promotes Glowing Skin
  • Reduces Risk of Gout

Authentic Shilajit

Shilajit’s many beneficial properties have been known to humanity for centuries. Traditionally, practitioners used shilajit to address and prevent many different ailments, as well as to tone and strengthen the body. Today, modern science has extensively researched shilajit, confirming and validating much of the knowledge of the properties holistic practitioners have known and used from antiquity. Shilajit’s well-established health benefits extend over a wide range, from its potent antioxidant properties, to its use as a powerful aid to tissue regeneration.


  • Provides Energy and Revitalization
  • Promotes Brain Health
  • Regulates Hormones and Immune System
  • Fights Inflammation and Viruses
  • Aids in Breaking Drug Addictions
  • Helps Prevent and Protect from Cancer

Pine Pollen

Pine pollen, as the name implies, is the pollen from pine trees, which is often a golden-yellow color one. It is also a prehistoric source of several bio-available vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other highly beneficial elements such as resveratrol, inositol, MSM, folic acid, DHEA, androsterone, testosterone, nucleic acid, enzymes, co-enzymes, flavonoïds, selenium, beta-carotene, and other components with high beneficial potential, entirely from nature, not some lab.


  • Maintain Energy Level
  • Boosts Mood and Helps the Nervous System to Properly Perform
  • Maintain a Healthy Pregnancy<
  • Prevent Memory Loss and Lowers Risk of Neurodegenerative Disease
  • Maintain Healthy Heart
  • Supports Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails
  • Prevent Cancer


Iron is a mineral, and its main purpose is to carry oxygen in the hemoglobin of red blood cells throughout the body so cells can produce energy. Iron also helps remove carbon dioxide. When the body's iron stores become so low that not enough normal red blood cells can be made to carry oxygen efficiently, a condition known as iron deficiency anemia develops.


  • Insomnia
  • Hemoglobin Formation
  • Brain Function
  • Immunity
  • Energy Metabolism
  • Concentration
  • Carry Oxygen
  • Treat Anemia
  • Support Organ Systems

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About B12

Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is an important water-soluble vitamin is required for the proper function and development of the brain, nerves, blood cells, and many other parts of the body including energy levels.


Unfortunately, B12 deficiency is common, especially in the elderly. You’re at risk of deficiency if you don’t get enough from your diet or aren’t able to absorb enough from the food you eat.


People at risk of a B12 deficiency include:

The elderly

Those who’ve had surgery that removes the part of the bowel that absorbs B12

People on the drug metformin for diabetes

People following a strict vegan diet

Those taking long-term antacid drugs for heartburn



Pale or Jaundiced Skin

Weakness and Fatigue

Sensations of Pins and Needles

Changes to Mobility

Glossitis and Mouth Ulcers

Breathlessness and Dizziness

Disturbed Vision

Mood Changes

High Temperature

Immune system disorders, such as Graves’ disease or lupus

Conditions that affect your small intestine, such as Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, bacterial growth, or a parasite

Atrophic gastritis, in which your stomach lining has thinned



Helps Maintain Energy Levels

Prvide an Energy Boost

Helps With Red Blood Cell Formation and Anemia Prevention

Needed for a Healthy Pregnancy

May Support Bone Health and Prevent Osteoporosis

May Reduce Your Risk of Macular Degeneration

Boosts Mood and Helps the Nervous System to Properly Function

Prevents Memory Loss and Lowers Risk of Neurodegenerative Disease

Aids in Digestion

Plays a Role in Maintaining Heart Health

Supports Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails

May Help Prevent Cancer

Helps Produce Red Blood Cells and Prevent Anemia




Cell Repair & Maintenance

The important functions like formation, repair, and maintenance of red blood cells are largely dependent upon vitamin B12. Also, nerve cells are taken care of by the presence of this vitamin in the human body. This further helps in maintaining a strong nervous system.

DNA Formation

It is an important element for the regular formation of DNA in the human body. This is performed during cell division and this vitamin is one of the most significant participants in this process. According to a 2015 report in the Revista Médica Del Hospital General De México Journal, a lack of vitamin B12 in the human body causes abnormal cell formations known as megaloblasts. This may further result in the occurrence of anemia in the human body. Thus, it is advised to include vitamin B12 rich foods in your diet, else vitamin B12 pills or its supplements also serve as a good alternative.


Relieves Fatigue

A Harvard Medical School article states that it is important to consume vitamin B12 pills or supplements for relieving the body from fatigue and weakness. This vitamin has the potential for improving the overall stamina of the human body to withstand heavy work pressure.

Treats Sickle Cell Disorder

Vitamin B12 is considered an important health component for treating the severe problem of sickle cell anemia. It is expected to do so by saving the patient’s body from endothelial damage.

Reduces Cholesterol Levels

A diet rich in food products containing vitamin B12 is helpful in reducing the level of cholesterol in the human body. Also, this vitamin helps in controlling the level of triglycerides, which maintains the proper functioning of the human heart.

Treats Alzheimer’s Disease

Cobalamin is effective in treating Alzheimer’s disease. This disease is accompanied by symptoms like confusion and cognitive degeneration. It has been reported by medical experts that patients suffering from this disease contain a lower amount of this vitamin in their bodies. Consuming vitamin B12 pills and supplements could help treat the condition. Researchers from Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA, published a report in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, in which it stated that apart from Vitamin B12 none of the B-vitamins has a strong basis of association with the cognitive disease.

Cures Anemia

It is considered as a part of the treatment for various forms of anemia, such as pernicious anemia and megaloblastic anemia. This vitamin helps to replenish a lacking substance called Intrinsic Factor, which is of great value for maintaining blood normality.


May Help Prevent Cancer

Vitamin B12 is often linked to breast cancer but research conducted in 2008 found that there is no significant effect of this vitamin on cancer.

A 2007 study, however, suggests that when vitamin B12 and folate are used together, they have an ability to lower the risk of cancer.

It is also found in research led by the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health that low levels of vitamin B12 may lead to gastric cancer.


Side Effects       

High doses of vitamin B-12, such as those used to treat a deficiency, might cause:

  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Anxiety
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting



Possible interactions include:

Aminosalicylic acid. Taking this drug used to treat digestive problems might reduce your body’s absorption of vitamin B-12.

Colchicine (Colcrys, Mitigare). Taking this anti-inflammatory drug used to prevent and treat gout attacks might decrease your absorption of vitamin B-12.

Metformin (Glumetza, Glucophage, Fortamet). Taking this diabetes drug might reduce your absorption of vitamin B-12.

Proton pump inhibitors. Taking omeprazole (Prilosec), lansoprazole (Prevacid) or other stomach acid-reducing drugs might decrease your absorption of vitamin B-12

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) supplements. Taking vitamin B-12 with vitamin C might reduce the available amount of vitamin B-12 in your body. To avoid this interaction, take vitamin C two or more hours after taking a vitamin B-12 supplement.


Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, is one of eight vitamins in the B complex group. Even though it was discovered in 1932, scientists are still learning new things about it.


Vitamin B6 has several derivatives, including pyridoxal, pyridoxal 5-phosphate (p5p) and pyridoxamine. These are all important compounds involved in numerous biological functions. In fact, vitamin B6 is used by the body every single day and plays a major role in everything from movement to memory to energy expenditure and blood flow.



Vitamin B6 deficiency can lead to nerve damage in the hands and feet. Cervical dysplasia has been linked to a low intake of several B vitamins including pyridoxine, and people with alcoholism, cirrhosis, hyperthyroidism and congestive heart failure may experience deficiencies more often. Some symptoms of a vitamin B6 deficiency include dermatitis, cracked and sore lips, inflamed tongue and mouth, confusion, depression and insomnia.



Vitamin B6 helps in the production of neurotransmitters, the chemicals that allow brain and nerve cells to communicate with one another, ensuring that metabolic processes such as fat and protein metabolism run smoothly, and is important for immune system function in older individuals. It can also help address a number of conditions, including nerve compression injuries (like carpal tunnel syndrome), premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and some cases of depression and arthritis. Vitamin B6 is often used to treat high homocysteine levels along with folic acid and vitamin B12. Memory loss, diabetes, asthma attacks, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), kidney stones, lung cancer, acne and atherosclerosis may also be treated and improved via vitamin B6 supplementation.


Co-enzymatic Activities

Vitamin B6 is functional in working with a number of enzymatic systems in the human body to make them work in the desired manner. This close association between pyridoxamine and enzymes helps to add significance to the proper functioning of the nervous system, in building up immunity, and in relieving problems like arthritis.

Strengthens Immune System

Vitamin B6 plays an important role in refurbishing the immune system of the human body to the required functional level, according to Oregon State University. This helps the body to withstand a number of infections, which can easily victimize the body in the absence of this important vitamin.

Boosts Metabolism

Vitamin B6 is admired for its capability of metabolizing a number of nutrients to extract energy. Hence, one may look upon this vitamin for the metabolism of fats, vitamins, carbohydrates and other important components like amino acids.

Treats Premenstrual Syndrome

Vitamin B6 has a significant role to play in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome. According to Michigan Medicine, 100 to 200 mg per day of vitamin B6 on a regular basis treat premenstrual syndrome. Pyridoxine is decreased in supply during this period, thus leading to mood swings, loss of sex drive, and other problems. In this situation, the intake of a diet rich in pyridoxamine is the most effective solution.

Treats Emotional Disorders

Vitamin B6 is responsible for treating a number of emotional disorders. The deficiency of this vitamin may affect the formation of hormones and unbalances the level of these hormones, which ultimately leads to emotional disturbance. Thus, the intake of pyridoxamine is necessary to control these hormones and treat emotional disorders.

Boosts Cognitive Function

It also helps in cognitive development. Dr. Tomás Guilarte of Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, Baltimore, in his study shows the important role of vitamin B6 in learning and memory. Another study has also shown a link between vitamin B6 and autism.

Balances Hormones

Vitamin B6 is helpful in maintaining the level of hormones in the human body, which helps to control a number of activities and metabolic occurrences in the human body.


Skin Care

One of the most significant benefits of vitamin B6 is that it helps in maintaining a good condition of the skin. It helps in treating a number of skin problems, including eczema, dandruff, acne, hair loss, and dry skin. More than that, it helps in treating skin diseases like melanoma and psoriasis.

Prevents Cardiac Diseases

Vitamin B6 helps in controlling the level of fat deposited in and around the human heart and thus, protects against a number of cardiac diseases. Apart from this, it also helps to restrict stone formation in the kidneys, hence keeping this critical organ of the human body in good shape.




Side Effects

When used as a supplement in appropriate doses, vitamin B-6 is likely safe. High intake of vitamin B-6 through food hasn’t been shown to be harmful.

However, too much vitamin B-6 also can cause:

A lack of muscle control or coordination of voluntary movements (ataxia)

Painful, disfiguring skin lesions

Gastrointestinal symptoms, such as heartburn and nausea

Sensitivity to sunlight (photosensitivity)


Reduced ability to sense pain or extreme temperature


Altretamine (Hexalen). Taking vitamin B-6 with this chemotherapy drug might reduce its effectiveness

Barbiturates. Taking vitamin B-6 with a drug that acts as a central nervous system depressant (barbiturate) might decrease the drug’s duration and intensity.

Anticonvulsants. Taking vitamin B-6 with fosphenytoin (Cerebyx) or phenytoin (Dilantin, Phenytek) might decrease the drug’s duration and intensity.

Drugs used for treating Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease, anemia, seizures, or heart disease

Any drugs used in chemotherapy

Cycloserine (Seromycin) or Isoniazid for treating tuberculosis

Hydralazine (Apresoline) for treating high blood pressure

Penicillamine used to treat rheumatoid arthritis

Theophylline (TheoDur) used to treat asthma

Antibiotics including Tetracycline

Antidepressant medications, including Pamelor, Elavil, desipramine, Norpramin and Tofranil

Some antidepressants called monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) may also be able to reduce blood levels of vitamin B6

B9 Folate 5-MTHF

Folate is the naturally-occurring form of vitamin B9.

Its name is derived from the Latin word “folium,” which means leaf. In fact, leafy vegetables are among the best dietary sources of folate.

Folate is actually a generic name for a group of related compounds with similar nutritional properties.

While it’s an important and essential vitamin by itself is useless to the body. It has to be converted through a series of steps to the active, useable form of folate called 5-MTHF (if you’re wondering that stands for 5-methyltetrahydrofolate). This is the form of folate that actually does the job of “folate”M which is considered a healthier alternative to folic acid. Studies have shown that 5-MTHF is equal to or even better than folic acid


MTHF is a critically important co-factor in a variety of essential reactions;

Is involved in the production of DNA

helps reduce spinal cord problems in babies.

helps prevent alzheimers and dementia

Is needed to help the benefits of Vitamin B’s and C

essential in the production of neurotransmitters, those brain chemicals which control our mood, our ability to think

improve anxiety and depression

helps autistic children go from non-verbal to verbal

Improves Heart Health

A fact sheet by the NIH suggests that folic acid is a significant tool in improving the working of the human heart. It does so by removing homocysteine, which is one of the major causes of heart attacks at early ages. It controls the cholesterol levels in the heart, thus ensuring that our cardiovascular system is saved from various disorders.

Prevents Stroke

Folic acid helps in controlling the amount of homocysteine in the body and reduces the chances of a stroke. Apart from causing heart attacks, homocysteine is responsible for causing strokes. Moreover, a large amount of homocysteine in the body may also lead to the weakening of bones, thus increasing the probability of frequent fractures.

Reduces Risk of Cancer

Low folate levels are generally associated with an increased risk of cancer. The British Journal of Cancer has published a study explaining how folate helps in lowering the risk of cancer. Dietary folate, when consumed regularly, has the ability to reduce breast cancer risk in women who consume a high level of alcohol.


Researchers at the Guangdong Provincial Institute of Public Health, China found that natural folate has the ability to protect against pancreatic cancer.

There is a tug of war between many studies in determining whether folate is healthy for keeping bladder cancer away. Although the results look promising, more evidence is still required to arrive at a conclusion.

While you are thinking as to how to add more folate to your diet, make sure to seek natural options in contrast to supplements as some evidence points out the negative effect of folic acid-containing supplements.

In an evidence-based critical review, Prof. Young-In Kim, MD says that folate is a potential anti-tumor agent but when taken in the form of supplements, it can instead be perilous than safe, for colorectal cancer.

Also, when folic acid is not converted into active vitamin B9 or metabolized, it is a threat as it can fuel the growth of pre-existing cancers.

Prevents Birth Defects

Folic acid is a reliable resource for limiting defects during pregnancy and the birth of a child. It is a common situation that pregnant women maintaining a diet deficient in this vitamin are far less likely to deliver a healthy child. The birth defects caused by its deficiency include neural tube defects. Thus, vitamin B9 effectively improves the chances of giving birth to a healthy, happy child.

Builds Muscles

Folic acid is considered to be a muscle building component since it helps in the growth and maintenance of muscle tissues.

Promotes the formation of RBC

Vitamin B9 is an essential element in the formation of red blood cells (RBC). Also, this vitamin is a significant contributor to building and repairing skin cells in the human body. The cells found in the small intestine lining are also fabricated from this vitamin. Folic acid is also responsible for replacing old cells with new ones, thus keeping our body fresh and new.

Conezyme Activity

Folic acid is considered as a coenzyme, which effectively works in association with enzymes to perform the most desirable and important activities of the body, like the synthesis of DNA.

Increases Hemoglobin

Folic acid is responsible for improving the level of hemoglobin in the human body. Hemoglobin is an essential component that helps in the transfer of oxygen to cells and organ systems that need it to function properly. This can boost energy levels and increase metabolic efficiency.

Treats Mental Disorders

Folic acid is helpful in treating various mental and emotional disorders. For instance, it is useful in treating anxiety and depression, which are two of the most common mental health problems suffered by people in the modern world.

Side Effects

“According to the Alt Med Review:

Side Effects and Toxicity of Methylfolate: In doses typically administered for therapeutic purposes, 5-MTHF is considered non-toxic.”

  • irritability.
  • insomnia.
  • sore muscles.
  • achy joints.
  • acne.
  • rash.
  • severe anxiety.
  • palpitations.



Large quantities of methylfolate may mask the effects of pernicious anemia. If any adverse reactions occur, immediately stop using this product and consult your doctor.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is one of the safest and most effective nutrients, experts say. It may not be the cure for the common cold (though it’s thought to help prevent more serious complications). But the benefits of vitamin C may include protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, prenatal health problems, eye disease, and even skin wrinkling.

A recent study published in Seminars in Preventive and Alternative Medicine that looked at over 100 studies over 10 years revealed a growing list of benefits of vitamin C.

“Vitamin C has received a great deal of attention, and with good reason. Higher blood levels of vitamin C may be the ideal nutrition marker for overall health,” says study researcher Mark Moyad, MD, MPH, of the University of Michigan. “The more we study vitamin C, the better our understanding of how diverse it is in protecting our health, from cardiovascular, cancer, stroke, eye health [and] immunity to living longer.”



Strong Antioxidant That May Reduce the Risk of Chronic Diseases

May Help Battle High Blood Pressure

Fights Heart Disease Risk Factors, Potentially Lowering Heart Disease Risk

Could Reduce Blood Uric Acid Levels and Help Prevent Gout Attacks

Helps Prevent Iron Deficiencies by Improving Iron Absorption

Boosts Immunity by Helping White Blood Cells Function Better

Protects Your Memory and Thinking as You Age

beneficial to individuals whose immune system was weakened due to stress


Prevents Scurvy

Scurvy is caused by an insufficient intake of ascorbic acid. The symptoms of scurvy appear due to the weakening of connective tissues, bones, and blood vessels that include collagen. Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant, is required for the production of collagen.

Treats Common Cold

A 2013 report published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews suggests that ascorbic acid enhances the immune system of our body, which protects us from cold and cough. The study also showed that when administered regularly, vitamin C reduces the duration of colds. Besides, it facilitates the absorption of iron and, therefore, strengthens the body’s resistance to infection. It also fights against viruses.

Lowers Hypertension

People with hypertension are at high risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. According to a 2012 research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vitamin C intake helps in lowering the body’s blood pressure in the short term.


Treats Vasodilation

Treatment with vitamin C has effectively resulted in the proper dilation of blood vessels in the cases of atherosclerosis, congestive heart failure, high cholesterol, angina pectoris, and high blood pressure. Dr. Melissa A. Moser, University of Connecticut, USA, in her 2016 report published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, carried out epidemiologic research on vitamin C to study its potential role in cardiovascular diseases. Results have found that the supplements of this vitamin improve blood vessel dilation and protect cardiovascular health.


Cures Lead Toxicity

Lead toxicity is a severe health problem found mostly in children, especially in urban areas. Abnormal development and growth have been found in some children who are exposed to lead. They develop behavioral problems, learning disabilities, and also tend to have a low IQ. It may damage the kidneys and increase blood pressure in adults. Vitamin C supplements can reduce the blood lead level.

Cures Cataracts (Eye Disorder)

Cataracts are the most common conditions of visual problems. A decrease in the level of vitamin C in the lens of the human eye has been found more common when cataracts are present. An excessive intake of ascorbic acid increases the blood supply to the ocular areas of the body. According to the American Optometric Association, when Vitamin C is consumed with other essential nutrients, it can slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and visual acuity loss.

Anti-cancer Potential

According to the National Cancer Institute, some clinical trials have shown that when cancer patients are given a high dosage of vitamin C, they show improved quality of life and fewer side effects. However, other studies say that it is better to abstain from this treatment until the effects are fully studied.

Combats Stroke

Vitamin C helps in reducing the risk of stroke, a type of cardiovascular disease. A diet full of vegetables and fruits supplies a good quantity of this vitamin, which maintains an appropriate blood pressure level. It also protects the body from free radicals which could be the reason for the stroke.


Improves your Mood

Vitamin C plays a key role in the production of neurotransmitters like norepinephrine. They affect the mood of a person and are critical to the proper functioning of the brain. A 2013 study conducted by Canadian researchers revealed that short-term therapy with vitamin C improves mood and reduces psychological distress in those acutely hospitalized patients with a high prevalence of suffering from hypovitaminosis.

Boosts Immunity

Immunity is another important benefit of this vitamin. Vitamin C is widely known for its contribution to the immune system and its stimulation of white blood vessels in the body.

Repairs Wounds

Vitamin C helps repair wounds. It facilitates the growth of the connective tissues, which speeds up the process of healing wounds.

Controls Asthma

Ascorbic acid helps reduce the symptoms of asthma. It helps to protect against the harmful effects of pollution on the human body, which often results in asthma-like symptoms.

Cures Diabetes

One of the chief reasons for diabetes, as found by various studies, is low levels of ascorbic acid. Supplements of vitamin C are beneficial as a cure for diabetes, as they help in the processing of insulin and glucose.

Prevents Heart Diseases

An adequate amount of ascorbic acid is essential for the protection of blood vessels from the damage that free radicals can cause them. This could be a major cause of a heart disease called atherosclerosis. Vitamin C acts as a preventative agent against this heart disease, as well as various other cardiac problems.



Side Effects

When taken at appropriate doses, oral vitamin C supplements are generally

considered safe. Side effects tend to be dose-related. Oral vitamin C

supplements can cause:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Heartburn
  • Inflammation that might damage the esophagus (esophagitis)
  • A blockage that keeps food or liquid from passing through

your small intestine or large intestine (intestinal obstruction)

  • Stomach cramps
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Sleepiness
  • Diarrhea
  • Insomnia
  • Skin flushing

In some people, oral use of vitamin C can cause kidney stones.




  • Aluminum. Taking vitamin C can increase your absorption of aluminum from medications containing aluminum, such as phosphate binders. This can be harmful for people with kidney problems.
  • Chemotherapy. There is concern that use of antioxidants, such as vitamin C, during chemotherapy might reduce the drug’s effect.
  • Estrogen. Taking vitamin C with oral contraceptive or hormone replacement therapy might increase your estrogen levels.
  • Protease inhibitors. Oral use of vitamin C might reduce the effect of these antiviral drugs.
  • Statins and niacin. Taking vitamin C with niacin, which might benefit people with high cholesterol, could reduce niacin’s effect.
  • Warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven). High doses of vitamin C might reduce your response to this anticoagulant.


the Risk of Chronic Diseases

May High Blood Pressure

Heart Disease Risk Factors

Blood Uric Acid Levels




Prevent Gout Attacks

Memory and Thinking as You Age

Authentic Shilajit

Shilajit is a supplemental health substance formed when organic plant matter became trapped between layers of rock millions of years ago. Over time and under extreme pressure, the organic matter became a rich, mineral resin that seeped out of the rocks themselves. Famed in Ayurvedic medicine for treating dozens of health problems, it is an impressive powerhouse of nutrients, minerals, coenzymes, and volatile acids, all of which can have positive effects on your health.

It comes in four different levels, each having a different quality classification based on the altitude where it is sourced, the location, how it is processed/handled, and the nutrient density it possesses.

shilajit is considered to be a supreme healing substance. Multiple ancient texts mention Shilajit as a highly effective health substance. The most famous text Charaka Samhita is a foundation Ayurvedic medicine. Charaka Samhita translated as “Compendium of Charaka” places Shilajit (aka mineral pitch) places Shilajit at the superior position in relationship to many other herbal formulations.

arabic, old Persian, chinese and Sanscrit, as well as later works in many European languages describe harvesting, processing and application of Shilajit. Traditionally Shilajit was used not only to heal multiple conditions and improve overall health, but also used in combination with other herbal formulations, to increase their efficacy. its potent healthful properties well established through thousands of years’ use by traditional practitioners.


Physical Performance & Energy, Post Workout Recovery

Healing of Skin, Organs and Muscles From Wounds, Burns and Bruises

Strong Bones and Joints, Anti-Inflammation and Arthritis Remedy

Heart, Blood & Circulation

Immune Function & Mental Chelation

Anti Stress, Depression & Anxiety

Skin Care & Wrinkles

Hair & Skin, Shower Gel Supplementation

Sexual Potency, Testosterone, Androgen & Estrogen

Longevity, Powerful Antioxidant

Reduces Pain and Inflammation, Promotes Healing and Detoxifies Heavy Metals

Promotes your sleep and wake cycle


The adaptogenic properties of shilajit can help to optimize the body’s response, giving the metabolism and the mind necessary support, particularly for people who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome. More specifically, it has been linked to increasing ATP production in the body by activating and stabilizing certain key coenzymes in this energy production process.

Shilajit is also able to protect the acetylcholine in the brain, which is needed for cognition and memory, by inhibiting the production of enzymes that will break down that key neurotransmitter. It also helps prevent the Alzheimer’s disease. With the high levels of iron and other minerals, this resin can prevent the onset of anemia, and also improve calcium uptake, which can delay or stop osteoporosis before it begins. When it comes to hormones, this miraculous resin can also boost testosterone levels. Other benefits include the prevention of premature aging, the risk of altitude sickness, infertility, and ulcers.



Side Effects

when using safe forms of shilajit, researchers have found it safe for long-term treatment of various disorders, such as anemia

Upset stomach

Loose stools

Sticking to teeth

Lead and heavy metal poisoning

Unknown pregnancy safety

Lowering of blood sugar (not clinically proven)

Lowering of blood pressure (not clinically proven



the two well-known possible drawbacks include the presence of heavy metals and the ability of large doses to adversely affect blood pressure. If you’re at risk of abnormally low blood pressure, you should be cautious when taking it.



Physical Performance & Energy, Post Workout Recovery

Sexual Potency, Testosterone, Androgen & Estrogen

your sleep and wake cycle


Healing of Skin, Organs and Muscles From Wounds, Burns and Bruises

Heart, Blood & Circulation

Detoxifies Heavy Metals

Pine Pollen

In ancient times, pine pollen was collected and consumed as a tea.  Often referred to as a “superfood” or “nutritional powerhouse,” pine pollen is touted as a top source of many vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids as well.

Proponents suggest that pine pollen contains the hormone testosterone, and that taking pine pollen supplements can benefit men struggling with declines in their testosterone levels.

It’s also said to promote healing from a host of health problems, as well as protect against a wide range of issues, including:


May assist in restoring healthy androgen (testosterone) levels;

Possible increased libido;

Potential to increase male fertility;

Shown to be anti-fatigue and to promote cardiovascular health, lowering LDL and vLDL cholesterol;

Contains compounds known to promote skin elasticity and overall skin health;

Could help increase immune system health;

Anti-inflammatory effects with possible benefit for chronic pain (such as arthritis);

Contains superoxide dismutase (SOD), associated with improved heart, blood, liver, and brain health;

May assist in improving cognitive functions;

Pine Pollen contains  the amino acid glutathione, known to help detoxify the body and boost the health of the liver and gallbladder;

Shown to help promote prostate health;

Antioxidant effects;

Possible weight management and aid in building muscle mass.*

Shen Tonic: Helps to increase spiritual energy and calm the mind

Treatment of Migraine and Stress/Cluster Headaches


Delays Aging

This powdery pollen is known to possess quite a few antioxidants, which can seek out free radicals and slow down the aging process by limiting the appearance of wrinkles and age spots.

Increases Sex Drive

With a dense supply of amino acids, minerals, and vitamins, as well as antioxidants and hormones, it can give a major boost to your sex drive and libido, while increasing fertility.

Balances Testosterone Levels

Maintaining a balanced hormone profile is essential for overall health. The androgenic and hormonal compounds found in this pollen can be an excellent way to balance your testosterone and estrogen levels. This pollen is particularly popular with middle-aged individuals, once their hormone levels begin to change.

Improves Muscle Growth

Research has connected the consumption of pine pollen with increased muscle growth, primarily due to the incredible density and diversity of amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and active ingredients in this pollen.

Boosts Immune System

Antioxidants found in pine pollen are able to relieve strain on the immune system by seeking out dangerous toxins and potential pathogens, neutralizing them before they can cause damage or consume the energy of the immune system.

Anti-inflammatory Effects

This pollen has known anti-inflammatory effects, meaning that it can be both topically applied and consumed directly, and can relieve everything from stomach upset and headaches to arthritis and chronic pain.


Pine Pollen Side Effects

There are a few side effects that must be considered before adding this traditional remedy to your health regimen, namely allergic reactions. While pine isn’t the most common tree variety for allergies, the nuts, leaves, pollen, and bark can cause allergic reactions. As mentioned earlier, start by using a small amount of pine pollen and pay attention to your body’s reaction before increasing your intake. As with any health remedy, moderation is always key.




Pregnancy and breast-feeding: There is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking pine if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.


Asthma, allergy: Pine pollen can cause an increase in allergic symptoms, even in people who test negatively to pine skin tests.



Potential to increase male fertility;

skin elasticity and overall skin health

cognitive functions;


assist in restoring healthy androgen (testosterone) levels;

promote cardiovascular health

detoxify the body

promote prostate health;

weight management and aid in building muscle mass

boost the health of the liver and gallbladder

increase spiritual energy and calm the mind


Iron is a mineral. Most of the iron in the body is found in the hemoglobin of red blood cells and in the myoglobin of muscle cells. Iron is needed for transporting oxygen and carbon dioxide. It also has other important roles in the body. Iron can be found in foods like meat, fish, tofu, beans, spinach, cereal and other foods.

Iron is most commonly used for preventing and treating anemia caused by low iron levels. It is also used for anemia caused by menstrual cycle related bleeding, pregnancy, kidney problems or heart failure.

Iron helps red blood cells carry oxygen from the lungs to cells all over the body. Iron also plays a role in many important functions in the body.



The health benefits of iron relate to the proper growth of the human body and the maintenance of robust health. It is an essential protein component for metabolism, and the human body needs it to produce red blood cells. The human body is capable of preserving up to 25% of it for future use, especially in the cases of inadequate diet intake, which is a backup for reducing the impact of anemia, if its intake suddenly declines.

In our body, about 70% of iron is found in hemoglobin and myoglobin. Hemoglobin is the primary transporter of oxygen from the lungs to the body’s tissues, while myoglobin is in muscle cells, and makes acceptance, storage, transportation, and release of oxygen possible in them. About 5% of it is found as components of various proteins and as necessary elements in certain enzymatic reactions.

Finally, up to 25% of the body’s iron is stored in ferritin, which is present in the cells. Ferritin can store up to three years’ worth of iron supplementation for men, but only about one year’s worth for women, which is why anemia is more common in females. The role and importance of this mineral cannot be underestimated, primarily because its deficiency is unpleasant and dangerous.

Treats Insomnia

Boosts Hemoglobin Formation

is a vital element for muscle health

Increases Brain Function

Treats Restless Leg Syndrome

Regulates Body Temperature

Oxygen Carrier

Treats Anemia

Iron also helps in the treatment of chronic disorders like renal failure anemia, and other chronic diseases of the intestinal and excretory system.

takes part in the synthesis of a number of essential neurotransmitters

Eliminates Fatigue

Boosts Immunity

Promotes Energy Metabolism

Supports Organ Systems

Improves Concentration

Reduces Bruising


Boosts Hemoglobin Formation

Formation of hemoglobin is the chief function of this mineral. Not only that, since it is a part of hemoglobin, it aids in transporting oxygen to the body cells as wells. Additional hemoglobin is vitally important because human beings tend to lose blood in various ways, through injuries, both internal and external. Most notably, women lose considerable amounts of blood every month during their menstruation years, which is one of the major reasons why women are more likely to suffer from anemia than men.

Improves Muscle Function

It is a vital element for muscle health. It is present in the muscle tissues and helps provide the supply of oxygen required for the contraction of muscles. Without it, muscles lose their tone and elasticity; muscle weakness is one of the most obvious signs of anemia.

Increases Brain Function

Increased development of the brain is also one of the many benefits of iron. Since oxygen supply in the blood is aided by iron and the brain uses approximately 20% of the blood oxygen, it is directly related to brain health and its functions. Proper flow of blood in the brain can stimulate cognitive activity and help create new neural pathways to prevent cognitive disorders, so iron intake and its subsequent brain oxygenation is essential.

Treats Restless Leg Syndrome

Iron deficiency is one of the causes of restless leg syndrome. Low level of it in the blood is a major cause of the condition, so proper intake of its supplements in required levels as per the doctor’s recommendations can cure this problem. This is connected to muscle spasms, which can be one of the symptoms of its deficiency.


Regulates Body Temperature

Iron is an important facilitator for regulating body temperature. An interesting fact is that it has the ability to regulate itself as per the absorption capacity of the body. Keeping the body temperature stable means that the enzymatic and metabolic functions can happen in their most optimal and efficient environment and temperatures.

Oxygen Carrier

One of the most important health benefits of iron is that it acts as a carrier of oxygen and thus participates in transferring oxygen from one cell to another. This is a vital function of iron, as oxygen is required by each and every organ system to perform routine functions.

Treats Anemia

Iron is helpful in the treatment of a severe disorder called iron deficiency anemia, which results from a lack of it in the human body. This is where most of these health benefits come from, as a result of preventing this terrible disease that affects millions of people around the world. Anemia is the most common nutritional deficiency on the planet.

Cures Chronic Diseases

Iron also helps in the treatment of chronic disorders like renal failure anemia, and other chronic diseases of the intestinal and excretory system. These are not related to blood necessarily, like most other iron functions, but it is still a key part of many necessary processes throughout the body’s systems, not just the circulatory system.

Treats Anemia in Women

Iron may also exhibit its health benefits in curing anemia that occurs in women during pregnancy or menstruation. New red blood cells must replace those that have been lost, so consuming significant amounts of it is necessary for women at those points in their lives.


Neurotransmitter Synthesis

It actively takes part in the synthesis of a number of essential neurotransmitters like dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin. These chemicals play a major role in different activities involving neurons and the human brain.

Treats Predialysis Anemia

It is suggested by health experts that iron is capable of treating another form of anemia called predialysis anemia. However, it is a good idea to consult a medical expert as it can be very complicated and dangerous.

Eliminates Fatigue

Health benefits of iron also include the elimination of unexplained or chronic fatigue, which may occur in both men and women. Its deficiency is a natural cause of fatigue since it is an important component of hemoglobin.

Boosts Immunity

Iron plays a key role in providing strength to the immune system. Thus, the body is made proficient enough to fight against a number of diseases and infections. Red blood cells are necessary for providing oxygen to damaged tissues, organs, and cells. Without it, there would be no hemoglobin; without hemoglobin, there would be no oxygen. The healing process needs this essential nutrient to happen.

Promotes Energy Metabolism

It is an important participant in energy metabolism in the human body. This process is how energy is extracted from the consumed food and subsequently distributed to different body parts.

Supports Organ Systems

Iron happens to be the most important constituent of various enzymatic systems and other important constituents like myoglobin, cytochromes, and catalase. Without this functioning properly, a number of organ systems would slow down.

Treats Insomnia

It is useful in treating insomnia and it improves the sleeping habits of people by regulating their circadian rhythms. Proper red blood cell count can also result in less fluctuation of blood pressure, which can often keep people awake at night.

Improves Concentration

Iron, when consumed in sufficient amounts, can help improve concentration and boost cognitive performance. An increased flow of blood to the brain is what results in this important benefit.




Side Effects

usually stomach upset such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dark stools, or constipation. Pregnant women are especially susceptible to constipation. Adding extra fiber to your diet can help relieve this symptom. A stool softener may also make you feel better.



“Adults shouldn’t take any more than 45 mg of iron a day unless they are being treated with iron under close medical supervision.

For children, iron overdose can be especially toxic.   It’s difficult for adults to overdose on iron just from food and supplements, because an adult body has systems in place”



is concern that a diet that is high in iron might increase the risk of heart disease in women with type 2 diabetes

Stomach or intestinal ulcers: Iron might cause irritation and make these conditions worse

Intestinal inflammation, such as ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease: Iron might cause irritation and make these conditions worse. Use iron with care.

Hemoglobin disease, such as thalassemia: Taking iron might cause iron overload in people with these conditions.

Premature infants: Giving iron to premature infants with low blood levels of vitamin E can cause serious problems



Restless Leg Syndrome






Hemoglobin Formation

Brain Function


Energy Metabolism




muscle health

Carry Oxygen

Treat Anemia

treatment of chronic disorders renal failure anemia

other chronic diseases of the intestinal and excretory system

synthesis of a number of essential neurotransmitters

Support Organ Systems