K Vitamin (Phytonadione)
Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in blood clotting. When foods are processed or cooked, very little of vitamin K contained in foods is lost. Vitamin K is found in nature in two forms - K1, also called phylloquinone, is found in plants and vitamin K2, also called menaquinone, which can be synthesized by many bacteria. Vitamin K3, menadione, is a synthetic form of this vitamin which is manmade. Vitamin K intervenes with the blood coagulation mechanism, helps the liver, is essential for kidney functioning, metabolizes calcium (bones), promotes normal growth and development, and aids in promoting longevity.


Kombucha, also known as the Manchurian or Kargasok mushroom, is not a mushroom but rather a mixture of bacteria that includes Acetobacter xylinum, Acetobacter ketogenum and Pichia fermentans, and various yeasts. People from all walks of life throughout the world claim that taking Kombucha Tea on a regular basis provides relief from many ailments. While it may or may not be the cure to all ailments, it is a traditional fermented beverage used in many cultures to promote well-being. The strongest endorsement of the power of Kombucha tea is that cultures throughout the world have been using it for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years in different parts of the world. This in itself lends testimony to the fact the tea has long been beneficial to many for a variety of physical ailments.

Korean Red (Panax Ginseng)
The active ingredient of Panax Ginseng is called ginsenoside, which is where the powerful therapeutic value lies. The extract has the ability to help the body adapt to stress, improve performance, increase energy and facilitate recuperation from illness.