Caralluma - Appetite Regulation- Dragon Herbs Caralluma is a proprietary extract of Caralluma fimbriata, an edible cactus used for centuries in India as a “famine food” that has a reputed appetite moderating action.* Dragon Herbs Caralluma is made by a special process that extracts the essential constituents of the whole herb without chemical alteration to any of the key constituents, ensuring that the full benefits of the Caralluma cactus are delivered in a concentrated form. Along with a healthy diet and exercise, Dragon Herbs Caralluma is a useful herbal supplement for those desiring to promote and maintain healthy metabolism and appetite balance. It may be used by those who are over their ideal or desired weight but who are not clinically obese. If you are overweight, you should consult with a physician. Obesity is a severe medical condition. If you are diagnosed as clinically obese this product is not for you unless advised as such by your physician.
Tonic Alchemy - The beauty of Tonic Alchemy is in its nutrient density. Made from over 91 superfood and supertonic ingredients from around the world, this food matrix will satisfy your system from a nutritional perspective. By blending this powder with a nut milk it makes a rich and filling tonic blender drink that can carry you on for hours.
Pine Nuts - Pine nuts are a true superfood. Pine nuts suppress the appetite. But first of all, it is important to note that pine nuts are not really “nuts.” They are seeds, since they are the seedlings of pine cones. Once upon a time, many people were afraid to eat pine nuts because they thought they were fattening — this was before the public understood the difference between “good fats” and “bad fats.” Pine nuts are now known to contain almost entirely “good fat.” Pine nuts contain approximately 60% fats, most of which are polyunsaturated fats, and in particular linoleic and linolenic acids, essential fatty acids required by the body but not produced in the body. The best thing about pine nuts is their high concentration of monounsaturated fat, which paves the way for a healthier cardiovascular system, healthier skin and improved immunity. Pine nuts are very nutrient dense. These tasty seeds are rich in vitamins A, C and D. Pine nuts are especially rich in vitamins B1 (thiamine) and B6, which benefits mental functions. The vitamin E (tocopherol) content in pine nuts exceeds that in walnuts, almonds and peanuts. Pine nuts also contain about 20% protein and features L-arginine (20%).
Pine nuts contain numerous microelements (minerals and trace minerals), including magnesium, manganese, iron, copper, phosphorous and iodine. These seeds are especially rich in magnesium and phosphorus. In fact, pine nuts surpass all other nuts and oil-bearing seeds in their phosphorus content. Pine nut is an excellent source of iodine.
For all this goodness nutritionally, Changbai Mountain Pine Nuts are also delicious. And pine nuts are known for their easy digestibility. They do not cause any stomach acidity, and in fact counteract it. They were consumed by Taoist hermits instead of grain because they were much easier on the body and provided superb nutrition and energy. Taoists resisted eating rice and other grains, and instead ate pine nuts as a primary source of energy and nutrients. When combining pine nuts with edible herbs, the Taoists created a superfood diet – an example of which we call Hermit’s Mix. Taoist Master Sung Jin Park ate pine nuts and herbs as his diet when he lived as a hermit in the remote mountains of Korea with his hermetic teacher, the Venerable Grand Master Mu San Do Sha.
Hermit’s Mix -In times past, Hermit’s Mix was a diet, not just a “trail mix.” Taoist hermits combined these seeds and fruits to live in the mountains in their quest for enlightenment. You may eat them and go for many hours on their energy. Pine nuts have an appetite suppressing action.