The lemon (Citrus Limon), which belongs to the citrus genus, grows on a tree and originally comes from India. Extracts from the fruit and peel are used. The peel contains around half of all the active ingredients which are said to have a positive effect on health. It is rich in vitamins, folic acid, magnesium, calcium and potassium, as well as phosphorus and pectin.

Curry leaves (Murraya koenigii) are the leaves of the approx. 4-6m tall curry tree which today mainly grows in India and Africa. They are well known from Indian cuisine as a very aromatic spice and as a remedy. The spice mix itself should not be confused with the real curry leaves. They are a good source of antioxidants and provide plant-based, high-quality iron which is easily absorbed by the body

As a close relative of common basil, holy basil (Ocimum Sanctum), also known as the tulsi plant and Indian basil, comes from (sub)tropical Asia. It is considered to be a sacred plant and is very well known in Ayurveda. It provides a variety of valuable vitamins, antioxidants and natural iron and zinc.

Kombu (algae, Laminaria japonica), also known as kelp, is a dark brown to dark green brown algae. It forms thick forests on the seabed and grows worldwide in clear and cold waters. It has a wide variety of uses, particularly in Asian cuisine. Compared to almost all other foods Kombu has – and even compared to other edible algae – a significantly higher iodine content.

The spinach (Spinacia oleracea) we eat today comes from the Amaranth family and is believed to have originated in Southwest Asia. Although the plants can reach heights of 50 to 100 centimetres, the long-stemmed leaves are often harvested when still young due to their more delicate flavour. Spinach has a high content ofminerals, vitamins (β-Carotene, also known as provitamin A, B vitamins, Vitamin C) and protein.

Amla fruit (Phyllanthus emblica), also known as the Indian gooseberry, grows on the tree of the same name. This fruit is often on the menu in India, as it is very nutritious, but also sour. Amla is a great source of Vitamin C and has an antioxidant effect. It also contains more than 50 co-nutrients such as polyphenols and bioflavonoids

Guavas (Psidium guajava) grown on 6-13m tall trees or shrubs. Guava fruits are extremely popular in Africa, South Asia, subtropical America and Australia due to their pleasant taste and their positive active ingredients. They also contain a high content of nutrients, such as valuable vitamins and polyphenols, as well as folic acid and important antioxidants, which protect the cells from free radicals.

Broccoli originates from Asia Minor, and like the cauliflower, which it is closely related to, also consists of florets, which are the not fully developed inflorescence. It is particularly rich in minerals such as potassium, calcium, sodium and many vitamins, e.g. B1, B2, B6. It also contains numerous secondary phytochemicals which are particularly important to the human body.