Imprint Citrus bioflavonoids are compounds found in citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and tangerines. Each fruit contains different types of...
Imprint Cloves are the flower bud of a tree known as "Syzygium aromaticum" and commonly used as a spice. Additionally, cloves are known for their potent me...
Imprint Coconut water is the juice found in young, green coconuts. It is a great source of hydration and is rich in several nutrients such as vitamin C, ma...
Imprint Coenzyme Q10 is one of the most foundational molecules of life. It is found in the mitochondrial energy pathway, necessary for production of ATP. C...
Imprint This is a very comprehensive set of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, botanicals, and glandular extracts. Proper adrenal function requires v...
Imprint Cordyceps is a type of medicinal mushroom that grows on the larvae of insects. It has long been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as it is...
Imprint Cornflower has a wide variety of medicinal uses. As a nervine, it can help reduce stress and anxiety, and is also helpful for women around menses t...
Imprint Cranberry is a small, sour, red berry that is known to be rich in antioxidants. Cranberry is used to prevent and treat urinary tract infections as ...
Imprint Although commonly thought to be a vegetable, cucumber is actually a fruit. It is high in nutrients, water content, as well as has antioxidant prope...
Imprint Cumin seed is a spice that comes from the Cuminum cyminum plant, which is related to the parsley family. It has long been used in herbal medicine d...
Imprint DHEA, or dehydroepiandrosterone, is an anabolic steroid and precursor to testosterone. Serum values can be used as a surrogate marker of adrenal he...
Imprint DL-Phenylalanine combines both the “D” and “L” forms of the amino acid phenylalanine and helps the body create a class of neurotransmitter hormones...