Piperine, an active ingredient in black pepper, uses a special mechanism to increase the absorption of curcumin (the main active ingredient in curcuma) from the intestine. In addition, piperine stimulates the blood circulation in the intestinal mucosa and thereby improves the absorption and removal of numerous other micronutrients.


The small, woody herbs are rich in essential oil. Coriander herbs have a wonderful digestive, flatulence-reducing effect. They are even slightly hypoglycemic, promote bile function and the secretion of important digestive enzymes from the pancreas. Furthermore, coriander has a wonderful supportive effect on nerves, ensuring a balanced psyche and it even have a strong toxin-binding properties.

#Alkaline minerals

The human body cannot live without a sufficient supply of basic minerals and trace elements. Among other things, they regulate the water balance, ensure the function of the nerve cells and are essential components in the blood, enzymes and bones. Minerals and trace elements are also involved in the regulation of the hormone balance and the carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism.


The shiitake mushroom is one of the most consumed edible mushrooms worldwide. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids. Interesting is a group of ingredients called polysaccharides. They are held responsible for the many positive and health effects. A diet with shiitake supports the human organism in every aspect of health.


Ginger is related to curcuma. Here, the rootstock is also used, whose pungent lemon smell is unmistakable. This spice also has anti-inflammatory, tumor-inhibiting, digestive and anti-rheumatic properties. Furthermore, it can lower blood lipid levels, has a defensive, antibacterial and antiviral effect.


Reishi is another Asian mushroom that has similar characteristics to shiitake. It is also a traditional food in the asian cuisine since many centuries. Shiitake mushrooms in addition, it have numerous positive effects on sleep, nerve health, even the menopause, joints and even the skin and lungs.