Beetroots, or Beta vulgaris, are the taproot portion of the beet plant. They have been cultivated since ancient times. Its wild ancestor was the sea beet and originated in Egypt or Greece along the Mediterranean coast.
Black cumin is one of those rare supplements that has been actively and extensively tested by research institutions. Nigella sativa is its scientific name, but you also may know it as black cumin, black caraway or Roman coriander.
N-Acetyl Cysteine(NAC) is a compound that delivers the amino acid L-Cysteine into the body. This amino acid is an important, naturally occurring component found in foods like cheeses, other dairy products, meats and oats; typically in high protein foods.
Mucuna pruriens is a popular sports supplement derived from a tropical legume native to Asia and Africa. A perennial favorite among fitness enthusiasts, mucuna pruriens potentially raises libido, testosterone and supports mood.
Methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM for short, is a naturally-occurring organic sulfur that the body uses to make connective tissue. Some research studies indicate MSM is also used by the body to ease nerve-impulse-related pain.
The African mango is native to Africa, and it offers a wide range of health benefits. One of the reasons why African mango supplements became incredibly popular is because they can help with weight loss.
Inositol is a molecule that is very similar to glucose in terms of structure. It has a variety of applications, but it is very commonly used to treat insulin resistance, particularly that seen in polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS.
Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) is also known as sour tea, roselle, and jamaica. You’ve probably seen hibiscus before, as it’s a very common ornamental flower that is often grown in gardens. The flowers are large, colorful and attractive, and they come in many different colors.
Classified as a bioflavonoid, Hesperidin is a chemical that is found naturally in plants. It’s often used as a medicine, and it may be combined with other supplements when a specific effect is desired.
In this case, devil’s claw refers to a specific plant, Harpagophytum procumbens. It’s a plant that’s used as an herb for several different purposes. It’s named “devil’s claw” due to the hooked appearance of the fruit of the plant.