Organic fruit is used for our jams and jellies. No sugar pectin reduces the amount of sugar per batch.

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Fruits are nature’s marvelous gift to the humankind; indeed, they are life-enhancing medicines packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and many phytonutrients (Plant-derived micronutrients). They are an absolute feast to our sight, not just because of their color and flavor but of their unique nutrient profile that helps the human body be fit, rejuvenate, and free of diseases!


Spice up your taste buds and build immune system with healthy herbs & spices in your diet!

They not only just excite your taste buds but are composed of an impressive list of phytonutrients, essential oils, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins that are essential for overall wellness.Herbs & Spices have been an integral part of our food for centuries, and today, even become more relevant for us in the medicine.


An Apple a Day DOES keep the doctor away!

Apples

Studies show eating apples may help to prevent certain types of cancers. Quercetin, an antioxidant abundant in apples, helps reduce LDL/bad cholesterol oxidation. Apples are rich in a soluble fiber called pectin. Preliminary studies suggest that pectin may help to reduce levels of toxic heavy metals in the body.

Blueberries

Blueberries contain pectin, vitamin C, potassium, and significant amounts of tannins which can kill bacteria. Manganese, which contributes to healthy bones as well as in converting macronutrients to energy, is amply found in blueberries. Rich in flavonoids, consuming these little berries is associated with a decreased risk of type-2 diabetes. Loaded with antioxidants!

Cherries

Contains iron and helps to build blood. Cherries possess an anti-cancer compound, called ellagic acid, and are high in vitamins A and C. They also contain biotin and potassium. Antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-cancer, and anti-inflammatory.

Cranberries

Cranberries are high in antioxidants, particularly proanthocyanidins, which are known for supporting overall health. They also house numerous nutrients that could protect against tooth cavities, urinary tract infections, and inflammatory diseases. Cranberries are diuretic, which can help to flush out excess water in the body.

Grapes

Grapes are endowed with vitamins A, B, C and folate, and contain many important minerals like potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium and selenium. The flavonoids found in grapes have antioxidant properties that can lessen the damage caused by free radicals, making them a great anti-aging fruit.

Lemons

High in vitamin C and anti-inflammatory. Lemons and limes contain limonene which may help to prevent breast cancer growth. Also contains natural anti-nausea and overall digestive-aid properties.

Limes

Contains vitamin C, vitamin B6, folic acid, potassium, flavonoids and many other phytonutrients.

Peaches

Excellent source of vitamin A and potassium. Peaches also contain boron and niacin. Antioxidant and anti-cancer.

Pears

Great source of fiber. Contains vitamin C, boron, and potassium.

Pineapples

Great for improving digestion. A good source of potassium and has vitamin C and iron. Contains anti-inflammatory compounds such as bromelain.

Raspberries

Very high in antioxidants and a super immune booster. Contains potassium, niacin, and some iron and vitamin C.

Strawberries

Excellent source of vitamin C, which helps heal cuts and wounds and keep teeth and gums healthy. Antioxidant, antiviral, and anti-cancer.

Basil

Soothing digestive, antibacterial, antidepressant, and anti-inflammatory. Basil is a good source of magnesium, which assists cardiovascular health by promoting healthy blood flow.

Cinnamon

May reduce inflammation, have antioxidant effects, and fight bacteria. Has been shown to help keep blood sugar in check.

Garlic

Antimicrobial, antibiotic, anti-cancer, diuretic, antihistamine, lowers blood cholesterol levels and helps to lower blood sugar levels.

Ginger

Supports healthy digestion and is cleansing. Warming to the body. Anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant.

Mint

Supports smooth digestion, as well as indigestion and inflammation. The scent of mint can help to stimulate saliva glands to secrete digestive enzymes which improve digestion. Rich in plant-based omega-3 fats which are an important nutrient for healthy hair, skin, and nails. Anti-cancer.

Jalapenos

Jalapenos contain capsaicin, which helps to fight migraines and headaches, and nasal congestion and sinus infections. Supports metabolism and aids in efficient fat burning. Anti-cancer, anti-inflammato

Thyme

Some of the most interesting health benefits of thyme include its ability to reduce respiratory issues, boost the strength of the immune system, protect against chronic diseases, stimulate blood flow, prevent fungal infections, improve heart health, and relieve stress.

Tumeric

A regular sprinkle of this spice might help ward off certain cancers. keep away inflammation, improve digestion and, according to a new study, even be as effective as Prozac at treating major depression.