The most studied plant of all time, Cannabis Sativa reaches as far back as 2800 BC. It appears in the pharmacopeia of the Chinese emperor Shen Nung and since then, thousands of clinical trials have been conducted for a wide variety of diseases and pathologies. The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) exists in the body even if you don’t use cannabinoids. ECS supports homeostasis, and as a result regulates the immune system, sleep, appetite, stress, and memory


Terpenes are naturally occurring compounds found in the trichomes of female cannabis plants. Terpenes play an integral role in a cannabis plant’s growth and survival. Besides producing distinctive aromas, these organic compounds also enrich color and pigmentation in leaves and buds, and contribute to the flavor of cannabis. Terpenes have also been identified as a new frontier in cannabis medicine


Flavonoids help regulate cellular activity and fight free radicals that cause oxidative stress in your body. In simpler terms, they help your body function more efficiently while protecting it from everyday toxins and stressors. Flavonoids are also powerful antioxidants.
Cannabis plants contain unique flavonoids, Cannflavin A, B and C, which are currently given in Syntetise form as a medication (FBL-O3G) for pancreatic cancer, among other things.



Clinical trials and studies on CBDa include, Prevention of inflammation, nausea, cancer, psychosis, autism, epilepsy, opioid addiction, breast cancer, ALS symptoms, and diabetes. CBDa supports pain management and protects against neurological diseases and arthritis, among other things.
May blocks the cellular entry of Sars-Covid and variants according to a recent studies from the Oregon Health and science university and the Oregon state university.


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Clinical trials and studies included ,diabetes, inflammation, Huntington’s disease, epilepsy, and protection of the skill cells from damage caused by free radicals, among other things.
CBGa may also block the cellular entry of Sars-Covid and variants according to a recent studies from the Oregon Health and science university and the Oregon state university.


Clinical trials and studies included, anxiety, depression, opioid addiction, diabetes, autism, PTSD, and ALS. CBD also provides protection against epilepsy, neurological diseases, and arthritis…..


Clinical trials and studies included, insomnia , prevention of glaucoma, pain, and has sedative and neuroprotective properties.



The second most studied plant in the world after cannabis, the Curcuma longa plant has many scientifically proven health benefits such as anti-inflammatories and antioxidants. Curcuma longa roots prevent cancer, Alzheimer’s, chronic diseases, depression, and arthritis.


A traditional Ayurveda remedy from India, Ashwagandha is considered the “King of Herbs.” It’s traditionally used to reduce stress, and boost physical performance and testosterone.
For better mental clarity, Ashwagandha is anti-inflammatory, reduces blood sugar levels, improves memory, and promotes more restful sleeping.


Obtained from leguminous trees in South America, Copaiba is a stimulant traditionally used to treat respiratory diseases. As an anti-inflammatory, it’s used to regulate anxiety, relieve pain, boost the immune system, and lower blood pressure.


Treats nausea, reduces osteoarthritis, lowers blood sugar, supports a healthy heart, eases menstrual pain, and lowers cholesterol.Ginger is an anti-inflammatory, anti-infectious, and antioxidant. It may also prevent cancer, improve brain activity and protect against Alzheimer’s.


Our ancestors have used mushrooms as a medicine for thousands of years, but they still remain an enigma. Since Hippocrates in 450 BC classified the Amadou mushroom as a potential anti-inflammatory, many compounds were successfully developed into drugs, including antibiotics (penicillin), anti-cancer, cholesterol, and immunosuppressants. Only recently, science rediscovered what our ancestors knew all along: Mushrooms are a big reservoir for powerful medicines.


Originally from the Himalayas, cordyceps is a fungus closely related to mushrooms. Cordyceps sinesis is considered the secret behind the superhuman performance of the Nepali Sherpas as it oxygenates the body, acting as a natural EPO. Compounds: B-Glucans, Polysaccharides, adenosine, cordycepin


Cordyceps militaris is grown in controlled culture and contains the same structure compound as Cordyceps Sinesis. Compounds: B-Glucans, Polysaccharides, adenosine, cordycepin


Supports cognitive and neurological health, regulates memory and boosts focus, and promotes a positive mood. Recent clinical trials show Lion’s Mane stimulates neurogenesis.
Compounds: Hericenones and erinacines