**NEW** Wholotropic™ Capsules - CBD, Turmeric, Ginger & Black Pepper
Wee are proud to be winners of FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) Micro Business of the Year & The Elevator UK Award, Sponsored by The Prince's Trust.
Holotropic - from the Greek words, "holos" (whole) & "trepein" (to move toward), the word "holotropic" translates to "moving toward wholeness."
Wholotropic - to feel whole.
Wee want you to feel whole with our new range of Wholotropic supplements & tea's, inspired by our founder, Rebecca, & her journey from illness to wellness.
Cannabinoids & Superfoods!
Wee have combined our award winning CBD with a tool-belt of carefully selected, plant based Superfood ingredients, all working in synchronistic harmony to promote your health & wellness & aiding us all to a state of wholeness.
Broad Spectrum CBD (Cannabidiol) extract with added rich beneficial Terpenes (the essential oil), Flavonoids (the flavour & aroma) & nutrients, perfectly matched with powerful Turmeric (rich in Curcuminoids), Ginger (active with Gingerol) & Black Pepper (the "King of Spices"), all shown in studies to improve health due to their anti-inflammatory, antioxidant & disease-fighting qualities.
Each Capsule Contains:
25mg Broad Spectrum CBD
200mg Black Pepper.Vegan friendly, easy to swallow HMPC capsule.
Turmeric Benefits Include:
Turmeric contains compounds called Curcuminoids, the most important of which is Curcumin.
It has powerful anti-inflammatory effects & is a very strong antioxidant.
Curcumin is strongly anti-inflammatory. It’s so powerful that it matches the effectiveness of some anti-inflammatory drugs, without the side effects. (study)
Curcumin is a potent antioxidant that can neutralise free radicals due to its chemical structure. In addition, Curcumin boosts the activity of your body’s own antioxidant enzymes. In that way, Curcumin delivers a one-two punch against free radicals. It blocks them directly, then stimulates your body’s own antioxidant defences.
Given that Curcumin is a potent anti-inflammatory compound, many arthritic patients respond well to Curcumin. In a study in people with rheumatoid arthritis, Curcumin was even more effective than an anti-inflammatory drug. (study)
Ginger Benefits Include:
Ginger has a very long history of use in various forms of traditional & alternative medicine. It’s been used to aid digestion, reduce nausea, & help fight the flu & common cold.
Gingerol is the main bioactive compound in ginger.
It’s responsible for much of ginger’s medicinal properties & has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
It may help reduce oxidative stress, which is the result of having an excess amount of free radicals in the body.Ginger appears to be highly effective against nausea & may play a role in weight loss, according to studies conducted in humans.
May also help significantly with menstrual pain, dysmenorrhea, which refers to pain felt during the menstrual cycle. (study)
More recent studies have also concluded that ginger is more effective than a placebo & equally as effective as drugs such as mefenamic acid & acetaminophen / caffeine / ibuprofen (Novafen) (study)
Ginger is loaded with nutrients & bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for your body & brain. It’s one of the very few superfoods actually worthy of that term.
Black Pepper Benefits Include:
The “King of Spices”, used in ancient Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years due to its high concentration of potent, beneficial plant compounds.
Black pepper is rich in a plant compound called Piperine, studies have found Piperine to have potent antioxidant properties.
Many laboratory studies suggest that Piperine, the main active compound in black pepper, may effectively fight inflammation. (study) & in studies in rats with arthritis, treatment with Piperine resulted in less joint swelling & fewer blood markers of inflammation. (study)
Piperine has also been shown to improve brain function in animal studies. In particular, it has demonstrated potential benefits for symptoms related to degenerative brain conditions like Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s disease. (study) But more studies are needed.