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Brazilian Bee Propolis

Brazilian Red Propolis

Brazilian Red Bee Propolis is one of nature’s most beneficial foods. In today’s cutting edge science circles, numerous research papers have been published on the health benefits of this ruby of the hive. For the last decade and every year afterwards, new scientific studies uncover the phenomenal health benefits of this exotic ingredient. It is a natural source of compounds such as Neovestitol, and Vestitol and contains the most variety of flavonoids of any world propolis.

Brazilian Red Propolis is the most exotic and premium bee propolis of the world, and the only type of bee propolis to offer an exclusive combination of isoflavones and lignans. These special classes of flavonoids promote a natural hormonal balance in the human body.
Brazilian Green Propolis

Brazilian Green Propolis

Brazilian Green Propolis, which is produced by bees in southeastern Brazil, has been shown to exhibit very powerful immune system enhancing activity. Brazilian Green Propolis has high concentrations of powerful flavonoids. Another important ingredient in Brazilian Green Propolis is a phenolic compound named artepillin C. Artepillin C has been discovered to have antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antigenotoxic, anti-angiogenic properties. Consequently, Brazilian Green Propolis is one of the strongest forms of propolis tested from around the world.
Brazilian Brown Propolis

Brazilian Brown Propolis

Brown Propolis is a resinous substance that bees produce from materials collect from tree buds. Rich in flavonoids, a class of antioxidants, propolis has a long history of use as a natural treatment for a host of health problems. Brown propolis has many healing qualities, including antimicrobial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anti-tumor qualities.

Propolis is also used as an ingredient in certain medicinal products applied directly to the skin, such as ointments and creams. In addition, propolis is sometimes found in nasal sprays and throat sprays, as well as in mouthwash and toothpaste.
Brown Propolis is touted as a natural treatment for the many health problems and conditions.


ProNutriv Herbs
Herbs have played a vital role in natural living since their advent on the earth. They are admired for their fragrance and beauty, prized for their flavor and used for medicinal properties for thousands of years. But the main power of herbs lies in their wealth of protective polyphenols – plant compounds, powerful antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and anti-inflammatory effects.

Studies show that polyphenols in herbs combat diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and more. Polyphenols are also anti-microbial so that they can be protected from harmful bacteria and viruses. Indeed, herbs are not just simple leaves you’ll add to your meal or drink, and it came with a lot of health benefits that are very important for your health for several reasons.

Ashwagandha (KSM-66)

Ashwagandha, one of the most popular Indian botanical plants, has been used in Ayurveda – the 5000-year-old Indian system of medicine, as a rejuvenative, and a daily tonic for many centuries. Ashwagandha embodies the very essence of a preventative and curative approach to health in Ayurveda.

Ashwagandha is referred to as the “Prince of herbs” in Ayurveda because it has an impressively wide range of therapeutic effects. Maybe since Ashwagandha is one of the more complex herbs with many phytochemical constituents in it, such a wide range of effects arise.


Ginseng has been used in traditional Chinese and Korean medicine to increase strength and vigor since the 1700s. It is noted as being particularly fast acting, and is said to help the body and mind withstand chronic stress’ a modern-day threat faced by many. Four hundred years later, ginseng is one of the world’s most sought-after herbs. This root remedy may give brain power a temporary nudge by dilating blood vessels, which could boost blood flow to the brain. But that’s just part of the story. Ginseng contains dozens of active ingredients, which contribute to boosting strength and focus, most notably compounds called ginsenosides, which seem to work together to ‘revitalize the functioning of the (body) as a whole.


Licorice has long been used in Ayurveda, as its constituents have the potential to treat various diseases. Its extract is used as flavor enhancer. Licorice has myriad health benefits, ranging from helping to stabilize hormonal imbalance to the treatment of various disorders and diseases. Licorice has proven to be effective in the treatment of many skin conditions, including eczema. It soothes gastrointestinal disorders as it repairs the stomach lining due to the anti-inflammatory properties of its component 'glycyrrhizic acid'. It helps relieve stress and reduce insomnia. It also promotes respiratory health.


Andrographis paniculate is a herb traditionally used in Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is a bitter tasting herb full of compounds that are thought to be anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antioxidants. These compounds are called andrographolides. The herb is widely used to treat common cold and flu, however it is also used to treat some other conditions. Andrographis is traditionally used to strengthen and support the immune system; research suggests this is due to the andrographolide content. Studies have shown that andrographolides in Andrographis inhibits estrogen deficiency-induced bone loss in mice and therefore may benefit those who suffer with osteoarthritis.


Thyme is used to stimulate the appetite and to boost water loss. There is some preliminary evidence showing that using thyme along with other herbs may help relieve coughing in patients with upper respiratory infections or common colds. Studies also indicate that herbal combinations that include thyme may help relieve symptoms of bronchitis. Lastly, thyme may help stimulate hair growth. A clinical study found that lavender oil applied topically with essential oils from thyme, rosemary, and cedarwood was able to increase hair growth.4


Gynostemma, or jiaogulan, has long been used in herbal medicine, where it earned the nickname the “immortality herb.” It’s also referred to as “poor man’s ginseng,” as Gynostemma benefits are similar to that of Panax ginseng but at a fraction of the cost. Both Gynostemma and ginseng, while unrelated, contain compounds called ginsenosides that are not found in other plants.


Astragalus has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. It is often promoted for its effects on the immune system, liver, and cardiovascular system. There is research to suggest that astragalus can help protect the heart in humans. Astragalus has also been tested for breast cancer, the common cold, hepatitis, and lung cancer. Some preliminary studies suggest a possible benefit.

Holy basil

Holy basil, otherwise known as tulsi, is known for its therapeutic power when it comes to maintaining homeostasis and fighting the effects of stress. The tulsi plant has a rich history dating back 3,000 years ago to ancient India. It’s long been considered an adaptogen and medicinal, sacred herb in Ayurvedic medicine. Historically, it was used as medicine and still is today due to its anti-stress effects that promote balance throughout the entire body (including in the immune, reproductive, central nervous and cardiovascular systems). Research tells us that holy basil benefits include naturally decreasing anxiety and adrenal fatigue/dysfunction, as well as decreasing symptoms caused by hypothyroidism, unbalanced blood sugar, acne and more.

Mushroom Extracts

Mushroom Extract
As the health benefits of mushroom extracts become more and more well-known, many people want to know where to get them, what mushroom extracts are reputed to do, and how to use them.

Mushrooms have been used in Asia for their medicinal benefits for centuries, and they are beginning to catch on in the West. Many of the natural substances in mushrooms that defend against their predators will also support your body’s defense mechanisms.

Mushroom extracts allow you access to many more types of mushrooms than you will find in the grocery store. And the healthful benefits are far more concentrated in extracts than they are in whole mushrooms. Instead of eating a pound of fresh Lions Mane, you can add a spoonful of extract to your coffee and get the same benefits.

Cordyceps Mushroom Extracts

Cordyceps are medicinal mushrooms with potent biochemical properties and a fascinating ecology. They have been used traditionally for centuries, with high esteem for improving well-being and longevity. They also considered energizing, able to improve athletic performance, respiration, and libido from just a single dose. 

The ecology of cordyceps is particularly intriguing and unique. They parasitize insects, feeding on their live tissues, and even altering their behaviors! While there are hundreds of cordyceps species that occur in the wild there are two main types of Cordyceps that are conventionally used in medicine.

Reishi Mushroom Extracts

The reishi mushroom is an edible type of medicinal fungus that has been used for its healing abilities for thousands of years and fits the definition of a true superfood. Also known as Ling Zhi in Chinese, these mushrooms are anti-inflammatory and tied to longevity, better immune function and mental clarity, earning them the nickname “king of mushrooms.”

Throughout history in holistic medicine, reishi mushrooms have been considered adaptogenic herbs. This means they help your body deal with the negative effects of stress, such as increased inflammation, depleted energy levels, damaged blood vessels and various types of hormonal imbalances.

Studies have repeatedly shown that reishi mushrooms have antioxidant abilities that allow them to strengthen the body’s defenses against cancer, autoimmune conditions, heart disease, allergies, infections and more.


ProNutriv CBD/CBDa
Cannabinoids are lipids that transmit messages to the receptors of your Endocannabinoid System (ECS), the system that regulates nearly every function in your body.

There are two types of cannabinoids your ECS responds to. The first type is the cannabinoids made in your body, your endocannabinoids. Your body makes two main endocannabinoids, anandamide and 2-AG. These cannabinoids are made as needed and quickly broken down by enzymes.

The second type of cannabinoids your body responds to is the plant-based cannabinoids found naturally in cannabis plants. Although cannabis plants contain more than 100 different phytocannabinoids, the two main cannabinoids in hemp extract are CBD and CBDA. Plant-based cannabinoids have a stronger, longer-lasting effect on your body than endocannabinoids.