In addition to its high vitamin content, lemon also contains a number of antioxidants and flavonoids, which, together with their high potassium content, contribute to the health of the human body. Lemon helps to eliminate waste products, making it an excellent detoxifier. Some research suggests that the high magnesium and potassium content of lemons helps prevent depression. There are also many studies on the antibacterial and blood pressure effects of lemons.


The use of cinnamon as a medicinal agent and spice dates back to Egyptian times. In addition to its distinctive flavour, scientific research has confirmed its many beneficial effects on human health. In our product, instead of the dried, powdered cinnamon traditionally used, we use a cinnamon extract, available today using the most modern extraction process available, which is produced using 26 kg of cinnamon for every kilogram of extract.


Of the 115 different chemical constituents found in ginger root, the therapeutic benefits come from gingerols - the oily resin from the root - which have very strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Ginger is known to have anti-nausea, antispasmodic, antitussive, cough suppressant, anti-inflammatory, digestive and stomachic effects. It is also now beginning to be discovered for its effects against colds and flu, as it also contains antiviral and antibacterial agents.


The human use of lavender dates back to Phoenician times. It was cultivated not only for its unique colour and fragrance, but also for its many health benefits. It was initially used externally (in baths, oils, etc.). In the Middle Ages, it was used to combat the plague. In time, the oil extracted from the plant was used and it also became popular as a herb. It is primarily known for its positive effects as a tension reliever, nervine, sedative, anti-depressant, headache reliever and sleep aid.

Matcha tea

Matcha tea is a Japanese drink with a centuries-old tradition. The tea plant is shaded from the sun during the ripening process, so that the shoots accumulate an extraordinary amount of chlorophyll and nutrients: this shading process gives the tea its outstanding bright green colour, special aroma and high vitamin content. One interesting feature of this process is that the shading does not make the tea taste astringent, but slightly sweet. The tea is harvested once a year, when the plant is at the peak of ripening. Harvesting is done by hand and only the best quality leaves are collected.


Menthol is typically produced by distilling the volatile compounds of peppermint and eucalyptus oils. Its wide range of uses (confectionery, perfumes, ointments, etc.) is due to its numerous benefits for the human body, in addition to its characteristic aroma. One of the most significant effects of its characteristic cooling sensation is that it clears blocked airways almost immediately. Menthol, when vaporised, breaks up the accumulated phlegm in the lower respiratory tract. It has a cooling and soothing sensation, local anaesthetic and analgesic action. Reduces cough symptoms.

Eucalyptus oil

Eucalyptus oil is mainly extracted from the eucalyptus tree freshare obtained from the leaves. Mostly used to cure colds and relieve the symptoms of colds. used. In addition to its antiseptic action, it has an expectorant and cooling effect, and is also an excellent expectorant and antispasmodic. Cineole is widely used to relieve asthma symptoms, but it is also known to have a detoxifying effect. Eucalyptus oil is effective in reducing epiphany (emphysema) symptoms. Thanks to its dilating effect, it is beneficial for circulation and muscle aches. Antiseptic, antifungal further benefit of its effects on the hygiene of the oral cavity increase.


Propolis can also be successfully used internally against a wide range of infections and inflammations. It has a vasodilating and blood pressure regulating effect and inhibits bacterial growth. Regular consumption keeps the body's general resistance at a high level. It has also been shown to be effective against rhino and herpes viruses. Propolis inhibits the growth of fungi and viruses. It may be beneficial in the healing of wounds from dental and oral surgery procedures, and in the treatment of oral aphthae and other infections. 

Sea buckthorn

It is growing in popularity very rapidly due to its excellent effects. One of its best-known properties is that it contains around 12 times as much vitamin C as oranges or lemons, making it a major contributor to a healthy immune system. The sea buckthorn berry is very rich in carotenoids, which contribute greatly to the preservation of vision and can slow down/prevent cataracts. The fruit's active ingredients reduce blood levels of LDL (bad cholesterol) and triglycerides and increase HDL (good cholesterol). Research suggests that it helps control blood sugar levels. Vitamin C helps the absorption of iron, which helps red blood cells to function properly.

Camu Camu

It has a characteristic sourish taste and comes from the Amazon region. It is one of the highest known vitamin C-containing plants, containing about 60 times more vitamin C than oranges. Besides its vitamin content, it also contains essential amino acids that inhibit muscle loss and support nervous system function and cognitive function. Studies have shown that it has antiviral and antioxidant properties and stimulates the production of serotonin, the hormone responsible for mood regulation. Studies have shown that camu camu is energizing and supports heart and eye health. Research shows that it improves glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity.


Echinacea Purpurea is a widely known and used medicinal plant, the extracts of which are also used by the pharmaceutical industry. Research has demonstrated the immunostimulant effects of the polysaccharides and phytosterols found in high amounts in the plant, which directly promote the activity of macrophages, which are responsible for killing viruses, bacteria and cancer cells. Their action helps the body to fight infections effectively. Clinical research has shown it to be an effective adjuvant to chemotherapy treatments for colon and liver cancer. Echinacea reduces the negative effects of radiation and chemotherapy on white blood cells.


Similar to cinnamon, our product uses a clove extract, the most modern extraction process available today, which is produced using 6 kg of cloves per kilogram of extract. The effects of the honey and cinnamon are effectively complemented by the clove extract. The eugenol contained in cloves is one of the most effective natural anti-inflammatory agents, which can be used effectively for the most stubborn inflammations. This property is complemented by a mild anaesthetic effect. Clove extract can be used effectively to reduce sore throats and relieve dry coughs. Eugenol also has beneficial effects on blood sugar levels.


The benefits of honey have been known for thousands of years. Thanks to its hygroscopic effect, it can also be used to heal wounds, so the consumption of this pastille can help heal oral wounds, medical operations and infectious wounds. The organic acids in honey improve appetite and aid digestion, similar to amino acids, which are present in organic form and are absorbed quickly and efficiently.

Icelandic lichen

The cough-relieving effects of Icelandic lichen have been known for centuries, and its extract significantly reduces both the severity and frequency of coughs. Its other active ingredients also play a role in regenerating and soothing inflamed, irritated mucous membranes. The extract of the plant has proven its efficacy in soothing hoarseness and sore throat. The healing properties of Iceland lichen are also recognised by the WHO (World Health Organisation). Due to its iodine content, it can also be used successfully in cases of hyperthyroidism. Its active ingredient, bitter lichenic acid, is believed to have antibiotic properties.