Ingredients

Apple Cider Vinegar--- Acetic acid can block absorption of starches, lowering blood sugar levels in some pre-diabetic patients; slight weight loss; can reduce blood pressure, triglycerides and total cholesterol.

Health Benefits: Good for Foul breathe, Soothe Sunburn, Kill many types of bacteria, Eliminate pesky hiccups, Treat Acid Reflux and Heartburn, Lowers blood sugar levels and fights diabetes, Natural Teeth Whitener, Help to Prevent Osteoporosis, Remove Dandruff, Helps to lose weight, Eliminate Foot Odor, Natural Conditioner to Make Hair Shine, Lowers cholesterol and reduces your risk of heart disease, Can Kill Candida (Yeast) and Boost Probiotics, Detox Your Body, Prevents from cancer, An All-Natural Household Cleaner, Help relieve muscle soreness, Prevent harsh leg cramps at night, Repel Fleas on your Pets, Kill Fungus on Toes and Skin, Skin Toner for Eczema and Acne, Natural Deodorant, Sore throat cure, Avoid blemishes on your face, Cures Warts

Major Nutrition: Carbohydrate 95.45 g (73.42%), Total dietary Fiber 4.5 g (11.84%), Sodium, Na 23 mg (1.53%)

Horseradish--- Horseradish is a powerful and pungent plant that is connected to a wide variety of health benefits, including its ability to aid weight loss, lower blood pressure, alleviate respiratory conditions, build strong bones, improve immune system health, stimulate healthy digestion, promote heart health, and lower the chances of neural tube defects in infants. Perhaps most notably, horseradish can prevent cancer due to its extremely high levels of glucosinolates.

Health Benefits: Immune System Health and Cancer Prevention, Weight Loss, Urinary tract infections (UTIs), Blood Pressure -Digestion, Muscle aches & Pains, Bone Health, Neural Tube Defects, Metabolic Function, Fights Against Free Radicals, Antibacterial Quality, Diuretic Quality, Respiratory Conditions, Treatment for Sinus Infections, Reduces Water Retention, Increases Appetite, Benefits for Skin Discolorations, Benefits for Blemishes, Horseradish Benefits for Hair, Anti-dandruff qualities.

Major Nutrition: Ash 1.8 g, Phytosterols 9 mg, Protein 1.2 g, Water 85.1 g, Calories From Carbohydrate 38.9, Calories From Fat 5.8, Calories From Protein 3.3, Total Calories 48 :Carbohydrates Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids 53 mg, Total Omega-6 Fatty Acids, 285 mg. Vitamins: Choline 6.5 mg, Folate 57 mcg, Niacin 0.4 mg, Pantothenic Acid 0.1 mg, Vitamin A 2 IU, Vitamin B6 0.1 mg, Vitamin C 24.9 mg, Vitamin K 1.3 mcg, Minerals: Calcium 56 mg, Copper 0.1 mg, Iron 0.4 mg, Magnesium 27 mg, Manganese 0.1 mg, Phosphorus 31 mg, Potassium 246 mg, Selenium 2.8 mcg, Sodium 314 mg, Zinc 0.8 mg,

Ginger--- Ginger is the underground rhizome of the ginger plant, which is used as spice throughout the world. It is a popular herbaceous perennial plant which is found growing in loamy, fertile soil. With its strong distinct flavor that can increase the production of saliva. It is found beneficial for several health problems and is used traditionally since ancient time. anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-nausea, reduce muscle pain & soreness, osteoarthritis, lower blood sugar, improve heart disease risk factors, treat chronic indigestion, reduce menstrual pain, may lower LDLs, cancer preventative, may improve brain function and prevent Alzheimer’s, prevents infections.

Health Benefits: Help Fight Infections, Protect Against Alzheimer’s disease, Prevent Cancer, Lower Cholesterol Levels, Reduce Menstrual Pain, Help Treat Chronic Indigestion, Helpful for Osteoarthritis, Reduce Muscle Pain and Soreness, Treat Nausea, especially Morning Sickness

Major Nutrition: Copper, Cu 0.054 mg (6.00%), Carbohydrate 4.26 g (3.28%), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 0.038 mg (2.92%), Manganese, Mn 0.055 mg (2.39%), Magnesium, Mg 10 mg (2.38%), Potassium, K 100 mg (2.13%), Iron, Fe 0.14 mg (1.75%), Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) 1.2 mg (1.33%), Total dietary Fiber 0.5 g (1.32%), Choline 6.9 mg (1.25%)

Turmeric--- Turmeric is really a super-spice which has a high antioxidant value and also enhances the defense mechanisms. It is just a effective anti-inflammatory and is also well-liked by individuals with arthritis and also joint problems for this reason. Turmeric is germ killing and kills yeast as well as parasites whenever utilized internally. It is just a member of the ginger family and it is what provides many Indian Foods their yellow color. It really is utilized in curries as well as in mustard. There is certainly some evidence that it supports brain health and might help avoid Alzheimer’s disease. Turmeric, also referred to as curcuma longa, is a type of herb. Also known as the “Queen of Spices,” its main characteristics really are a pepper-like aroma, sharp taste and golden color. People throughout the world utilize this herb within their cooking. In accordance with the Journal of the American Chemical Society; turmeric includes a number of antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, ant carcinogenic, antimutagenic and anti-inflammatory properties. Additionally it is packed with numerous healthy nutrition like protein, dietary fiber, niacin, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, sodium, potassium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium and zinc. Because of all these factors, turmeric is usually utilized to treat a multitude of health issues.

Health Benefits: anti-inflammatory; increases anti-oxidant capacity of the body; Curcumin Boosts Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor, Linked to Improved Brain Function and a Lower Risk of Brain Diseases; Curcumin Leads to Various Improvements That Should Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease; Turmeric Can Help Prevent (And Perhaps Even Treat) Cancer; Curcumin May be Useful in Preventing and Treating Alzheimer’s Disease; Arthritis Patients Respond Very Well to Curcumin Supplementation; Studies Show That Curcumin Has Incredible Benefits Against Depression; Curcumin May Help Delay Aging and Fight Age-Related Chronic Diseases

Major Nutrition: Ash 6 g, Phytosterols 82 mg, Proteins 7.8 g, Water 11.4 g, Calories: Calories From Carbohydrate 249, Calories From Fat 83, Calories From Protein 22, Total Calories 354, Carbohydrates: Dietary Fiber 21 g, Sugar 3.2 g, Total Carbohydrates 65 g, Fats & Fatty Acids: Monounsaturated Fat 1.7 g, Omega-3 Fatty Acids 482 mg, Omega-6 Fatty Acids 1.7 g, Polyunsaturated Fat 2.2 g, Saturated Fat 3.1 g, Total Fat 9.9 g, Vitamins: Betaine 9.7 mg, Choline, 49.2 mg, Folate 39 mcg, Niacin, 5.1 mg, Riboflavin 233 mcg, Thiamin 152 mcg, Vitamin B6 1.8 mg, Vitamin C 26 mg, Vitamin E 3.1 mg, Vitamin K 13 mcg, Minerals: Calcium 183 mg, Copper 603 mcg, Iron 41 mg, Magnesium 193 mg, Manganese 7.8 mg, Phosphorus 268 mg, Potassium 2.5 g, Selenium, 4.5 mcg, Sodium 38 mg, Zinc 4.4 mg

Onions--- They are excellent sources of vitamin C, sulphuric compounds, flavonoids and phytochemicals; Flavonoids are responsible for pigments in many fruits and vegetables. Studies have shown that they may help reduce the risk of Parkinson's disease, cardiovascular disease and stroke; Quercetin has a host of other benefits, as well, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, reducing the symptoms of bladder infections, promoting prostate health and lowering blood pressure; Other important phytochemicals in onions are disulfides, trisulfides, cepaene and vinyldithiins. They all are helpful in maintaining good health and have anticancer and antimicrobial properties, according to the National Onion Association; Sulfur is one of the most common minerals in our body that assists with protein synthesis and building of cell structures; heart health; anti-inflammatory; immune system; cancer; digestion; regulation of blood sugar; bone density in older women

Health Benefits: Cancer Prevention, Treatment of Anemia, Good Oral Health, Relieving Earache, Treating Urinary Disorders, Anti-Microbial Effects, Relieves Stomach Aches, Boosts Sexual Drive, Treatment for Heart Ailments, Blood Sugar Regulation, Immune System Strength, Treatment for Cough, Bone Health, Used as Insect Repellent, Glowing Skin

Major Nutrition: Vitamin B6 (14.77%), Vitamin C (13.11%), Carbohydrate (11.49%), Manganese (8.96%), Vitamin B9 (7.50%)

Garlic--- Garlic Is Highly Nutritious, But Has Very Few Calories; Garlic Can Combat Sickness, Including the Common Cold; The Active Compounds in Garlic Can Reduce Blood Pressure; Garlic Improves Cholesterol Levels, Which May Lower The Risk of Heart Disease; Garlic Contains Antioxidants That May Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia; Garlic May Help You Live Longer; Athletic Performance Can be Improved With Garlic Supplementation; Eating Garlic Can Help Detoxify Heavy Metals in the Body; Garlic May Improve Bone Health.

Health Benefits: Treat urinary tract infections, Antioxidant activity, Eliminate contaminants, Prevent buildup of plaque, Reduce blood pressure.

Major Nutrition: Vitamin B6 (8.54%), Manganese (6.52%), Vitamin C (3.11%), Copper (3.00%), Selenium (2.36%).

Lemons--- Lemons are a refreshing fruit that is usually not eaten whole, but rather eaten in slices, or added to foods and beverages for their distinctive flavor. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, soluble fibers and plant compounds, all of which can provide health benefits, that are Juicy, acidic, and yet flavorful, lemon is one of the most widely used citrus fruits worldwide.

Health Benefits: treatment of throat infections, indigestion, constipation, dental problems, fever, internal bleeding, rheumatism, burns, obesity, respiratory disorders, cholera and high blood pressure, while it also benefits your hair and skin. Known for its therapeutic property since generations, lemons help to strengthen your immune system, cleanse your stomach, and it is considered a blood purifier; Lemon juice, especially, has several health benefits associated with it. It is well known as a useful treatment for kidney stones, reducing strokes and lowering body temperature. As a refreshing drink, lemonade helps you to stay calm and cool.

Major Nutrition: Vitamin C (124.89%), Iron (15.88%), Total dietary Fiber (15.53%), Carbohydrate (15.20%), Vitamin B6 (13.08%)

Rosemary--- Rosemary is closely related to lavender, oregano and basil and just like them – it is often used as spice. Rosemary can be used for the preparation of salty and sweet dishes. Besides for cooking, rosemary is extensively used in cosmetics and medicine. Rosemary is often cultivated for ornamental purposes.

Health Benefits: Skin Health, Anti-Inflammatory Qualities, Breathe Freshener, Stimulate Blood Flow, Migraine Aid, Pain Relief, Memory Booster, Stomach Soother, Mood and Stress, Antibacterial Potential, Immune System Strength, Detoxify the Body

Major Nutrition: Iron (1.38%), Manganese (0.70%), Copper (0.56%), Total dietary Fiber (0.53%), Calcium (0.50%)

Oranges--- Orange are part of the citrus family. Oranges are generally coated within a thick, orangey-yellow skin, and the inside is split into segments of juicy pulp. Oranges are generally consumed simply by ripping skin as well as taking in just the juice as well as pulp within, An orange provides over 170 various nutrients and over 60 flavonoids, most of which have shown to have anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor as well as blood clot preventing qualities, in addition to powerful anti-oxidant results.

Health Benefits: Treats Arteriosclerosis, Cancer prevention, Lowers Cholesterol level, Cure Constipation, Repairs Damaged sperm, Prevents Heart disease, Controls High blood pressure, Increases Immunity, Prevents Kidney stones, Protects Skin, Heals Stomach ulcer, Protects against Viral infections, Antioxidant Properties, Prevents from diabetes, Prevents rheumatoid arthritis, Essential for the healthy bones!

Major Nutrition: 1 cup of orange segments, Calories: 85, Fat: 0g, Protein: 2g, Carbohydrates: 21g / 7% DV, Fiber: 4g / 17% DV, Vitamin C: 95.8mg / 160% DV, Folate: 54.0mcg / 14% DV, Thiamin: 0.2mg / 10% DV, Potassium: 326mg / 9% DV

Honey, Raw-- Honey is a natural organic sugary food substance that is produced from the nectar of flowers by Apis mellifera and is a sweet, flavorful liquid. It consists of sugars, small quantities of proteins, enzymes, amino acids, minerals, trace elements, vitamins, aroma compounds, and polyphones. It is extensively accepted as food and medicine by all generations, traditions and civilizations, both ancient and modern. Honey is graded by color, with the clear, golden amber honey often at a higher retail price than darker varieties. Honey flavor will vary based on the types of flower from which the nectar was harvested. Both raw and pasteurized forms of honey are available. Raw honey is removed from the hive and bottled directly, and as such will contain trace amounts of yeast, wax and pollen. Consuming local raw honey is believed to help with seasonal allergies due to repeated exposure to the pollen in the area. Pasteurized honey has been heated and processed to remove impurities. Honey is 80% sugars and 20% water. Honey stored in air tight containers never spoils.

Health Benefits: Helps with Cholesterol, Helps with Eczema, Treats Yeast Infections, Increases Sex Drive, Helps with Acne, Helps Prevent and Fight Cancer, Boosts the Immune System, Helps Soothe Acid Reflux, Can be used as a Moisturizer, Cough Suppressant, Dental Hygiene, Helps with Dandruff, Memory Booster, Energy boost, Workout recovery, Gastrointestinal illness, Sore throat & cough, Allergies, Good for skin.

Major Nutrition: Carbohydrate (13.31%), Iron (1.13%), Fluoride, (1.00%), Copper (0.89%), Manganese (0.74%)

Habanero pepper ----

Healthy benefits of Hot peppers

Health Benefits: Headache help, Arthritis relief, Sinus soother, Anti-inflammatory, Gastric relief, Fight Cancer, Provide Pain Relief, Soothe Intestinal Diseases, Burn Fat and Lose Weight, Protect Your Heart, Repel Insects, Protect Skin, Contain Vitamins and Minerals, Contain Antioxidants, Relief from Indigestion

Cayenne pepper--- Cayenne pepper also known as cow-horn pepper, Bird’s-Eye Chili, Bird’s-Eye Pepper, aleva, Bird Pepper, Chile De Cera, Goat Pepper and Guinea Pepper is a member nightshade family. Cayenne pepper is considered to have originated from southern USA. The name “cayenne” comes from the town where these peppers originated, in French Guiana. It is used in cooking spicy dishes, as a powder or in its whole form or in a thin, vinegar-based sauce. It is usually rated at 30,000 to 50,000 Scoville units. Fiercely hot and pungent cayenne pepper is one of the widely used spicy ingredients in many cuisines. The hot and spicy taste of cayenne pepper is mostly due to a substance known as capsaicin, which helps reduce pain. The fruit is eaten raw or cooked, or it is dried and powdered into a spice that has been used for centuries in meals and medicines.

Health Benefits: Helps Digestion, Avoid Congestion, Prevents Allergies, Prevents Blood Clots, Supports Weight Loss, Provides Detox Support, Anti-Fungal Properties, Heart Disease, Relieves Joint and Nerve Pain, Treats Psoriasis.

Major Nutrition: Apart from their deceptively mild smell and Strong spicy taste, Cayenne pepper is a good source of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Consuming 100 gram of Cayenne pepper offers 2081 µg of Vitamin A, 29.83 mg of Vitamin E, 2.45 mg of Vitamin B6, 7.8 mg of Iron, 2 mg of Manganese, 76.4 mg of Vitamin C, 27.2 g of Total dietary Fiber and .919 mg of Vitamin B2

Serrano pepper --- Serrano pepper is a hot chili pepper. Taxonomically it is classified under the species Capsicum annuum. Serrano has conical shape that are cylindrical having taper rounded end; 1 and 2 inches long and 1/2 inch in diameter. Serrano peppers are hot, often 5 times hotter than Jalapeno pepper on the Scoville scale (5000-20000 units). Flavor is described as sweet, mild and rich. The fruit is harvested when they are green or gets ripened. The common uses of Serrano pepper include salsas, relishes, sauces, pickling and garnishes.

Health Benefits: Treats cancer, Blood vessels, Brain health, Treats anemia, Thyroid functions, Promotes mood, Density of bones, Assist digestion, Cure diabetes, Skin disorders

Major Nutrition: One cup (105 grams) of Serrano pepper provides 34 calories, 0.46 grams of lipid fat, 1.83 grams of protein and 4.02 grams of total sugars. It provides 52.33% of Vitamin C, 0.53 mg of Vitamin B6, 0.135 mg of Copper, 0.9 mg of Iron, 12.4 µg of Vitamin K, 3.9 grams of total dietary fiber and 1.614 mg of Vitamin B3