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Ginseng is the most famous medicinal plant in Asia. Chinese doctors consider Asian ginseng (Panax Ginseng) as a tonic of Qi, the source of "Life Energy". They attribute to it the property of increasing the strength and volume of the "Blood" (the concept of "Blood", in TCM, is broader than in modern Western medicine, to increase vitality and appetite, to calm the "Spirit" and to provide "Wisdom". It is believed to affect the whole body in several subtle ways and contribute to overall health and well-being. 


- Stimulate the immune system
- Increases physical performance, endurance
- Helps maintain cognitive function and/or reduce mental fatigue
- Restores energy, strength and vitality
- Improves intellectual concentration
- Promotes better alertness and higher energy level
- Aphrodisiac

Ginkgo Biloba


The Ginkgo is the oldest tree recognized: it has existed for 200 million years (it is said to be a "living fossil", the only witness of a very distant era). Unknown to the Western world, it was "discovered" in Japan around 1700 and first planted in Europe in Utrecht in 1730.


- Reduce anxiety symptoms
- Slowing cognitive decline in dementia
- Reduce vision disorders (retinopathy, glaucoma)
- Reduce dizziness
- Helps to improve blood circulation
- Reduces tinnitus
- Prevents altitude sickness



Ginger has been known in many countries around the world for its culinary value, but also for its therapeutic properties, for more than 5,000 years. Originally from southern India and China, the word "ginger" is a Sanskrit term meaning "in the shape of deer antler". Today, ginger is grown in all the world's hot spots. It is precisely its regional origin that creates different varieties. 


- Promotes digestion.
- Limits nausea.
- Is a powerful anti-inflammatory.
- Reduces the feeling of fatigue.
- Is good for the heart.



Discovered only a few centuries ago by Europeans, PaulliniaCupana is now planted in large quantities in an intensive way. Indigenous peoples had been using the plant for thousands of years to increase endurance and strength, chewing the seeds and consuming the extracts as a decoction. These primitive societies had also taken advantage of the properties of this plant to fight against fatigue and common ailments in the Amazon jungle.


- Improve alertness, combat fatigue and drowsiness
- Improve cognitive performance
- Facilitate weight loss
- Combat fatigue, increase blood pressure, relieve headache
- Helps to improve sporting performance



Galanga is a plant native to East Asia where it grows in areas where the climate is humid and the soil well drained. This tropical herbaceous plant belongs to the ginger family. The size that this plant can reach is significant. It is characterized by dark lanceolate leaves, which can be very long. The flowers of the plant have a strong similarity with iris flowers. The fruits are red berries.


- Prevents inflammation and arthritis
- Increases sperm count
- Relieves motion sickness and morning sickness
- Decreases blood lipid and cholesterol levels
- Fight against cancer
- Prevents heart disease and cardiovascular problems
- Relieves asthma



Pouteria lucuma is an evergreen tree from the tropics, native to South America. Moreover, Europeans first saw lucuma (fruit) in Ecuador in 1531 on indigenous ceramics; hence its name "the gold of the Incas".
Its tree grows at an altitude of more than 1,000 metres and can bear up to 500 fruits per year. The lucuma has a round shape and measures between 5 and 8cm. Its skin is green when ripe. Its flesh is floury and orange. It has a sweet and creamy taste.

  • Stress and depression control

  • Diabetes control

  • Helps blood circulation

  • Helps the nervous system to function properly

  • Improves memory

  • Naturally lowers cholesterol levels

  • Reduces the risk of heart attacks

  • Strengthens the vision

  • Helps to keep skin healthy

  • Increases hemoglobin levels

  • Useful against anemia



The acerola is an ovoid fruit 1 to 2 cm in diameter, bright red in colour and belongs to the Malpighiaceae family. This small fruit with a tangy taste strongly resembles a cherry. It is also, by analogy, otherwise known as Barbados cherry or Caribbean cherry.

  • Antioxidan

  • Detergent

  • Stimulating

  • Remineralizing

  • Restructuring

  • Tonic



Yuzu is a fruit originating from Asia, more precisely from China and Tibet. It was during the Tang dynasty (618 to 907) that the yuzu arrived in Japan and Korea.

Its skin is thick and irregular. Its taste is both acidic and sweet. Its pulp is not very juicy.

  • High vitamin C content

  • Fight against rheumatism and cholesterol



Maca is a plant of the brassica family grown for its tuber, like its cousins radish and turnip. Also known as Peruvian Ginseng, it is on the Andean highlands, which culminate at more than 4000 meters, that it is grown.

Nutty or salty caramel-like taste

  • Bone strength and health during menopause

  • Maintains good morale and promotes good moral balance

  • Stimulates intellectual activity and strengthens memory



The carob tree is a tree of the legume family, generally five metres high. Its longevity can reach 500 years. The pods contain carob seeds, which are brown in colour and flattened ovoid in shape. There are fifteen to twenty seeds per pod.

Coffee & Chocolate taste.

  • Treats high cholesterol

  • Treats diarrhea



The acai berry is the fruit of the acai, a palm tree - Euterpe oleracea - which is only found in South America, especially in the Amazon. A dark purple berry, reminiscent of the blueberry, which grows in a cluster on an Amazonian palm. It is picked by hand, the pulp is scraped around the pit, then eaten straight away or frozen, because it oxidizes quickly. Acai has been consumed since pre-Columbian times, mixed with fish and cassava. In the 90s, it attracted the attention of sportsmen from Brazil, who adopted it in the form of drinks and sorbets. Become a classic in Rio, he conquered California, Australia, Japan ... and Europe!

  • Antioxidant

  • Has anti-proliferative properties

  • Has a high energy content

  • Promotes digestion



Aronia (Aronia melanocarpa) is an erect shrub with deciduous and rustic deciduous foliage native to eastern North America where it grows in clearings and swamps. It was the Indians who used its berries for food and health.


• Antioxidant

• Has a great power regulating the glycemia

seed of peace


In Loum, the merchants call it "Jujube". It grows at the foot of the Ekom Falls. Among the Bamilekes, the seeds are exchanged as a sign of peace. It has fruity and floral notes, with flavors of mandarin and licorice.


• Aphrodisiac

• Has significant digestive properties

"A beer brewed with passion can be enjoyed with Wisdom"


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