Ormus Supergreens contains Raw Greens reinforced with trace minerals. The content is nutrition from alfalfa, grain grass, wheat grass, spinach, oat grass, parsley, moringa, and ginger. These greens are grown in pristine, old volcanic valleys. These fertile mineral-rich volcanic soils carries all the organic plants, while enriching them with trace minerals.
A patented cold drying process protects heat-sensitive bioactive components and fytonutrients and creates a green drink that is alive, raw and high bioavailability. The process preserves the sensitive balance between essential fats, enzymes, vitamins and minerals.
A fermented food that creates lactobacteria in the plants without the need for any bacteria to be added
Produced in the United States, carefully controlled and monitored to ensure maximum purity and ecological compliance
Cultivated and fermented foods are easily digested
Use: 1-2 tablespoons mixed in 8-10 dl water.
Full description and detailed information:
Alfalfa is an interesting plant because it has a very extensive root system that is deeply dispersed in the soil and draws minerals from several levels into the soil, many of which may not be found on the surface. This makes alfalfa very nutritious, containing natural vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.
Contains B vitamins, chlorophyll, carotenoids, iron, calcium, protein and vitamin C, barley grains are often overlooked in favor of the sweeter wheat grass. Wheat grains and wheat grains are very similar to each other nutritional. Together they balance each other for the best mix of nutrients.
- Contains the enzyme SOD (superoxide dismutase)
- Contains enzymes
Wheat grass is very nutritious. It contains an amazing amount of vitamins, minerals, beneficial enzymes, antioxidants and phytonutrients in every small leaf.
Another grass type, like wheat and grain grass, provides natural vitamins, minerals and important nutrients. Oat grass is contains over 70 minerals.
- Easy to digest.
- Contains enzymes and fibres.
- Contains chlorophyll.
- Another source of the enzyme SOD (superoxide dismutase).
Moringa is one of the newest foods to be discovered and used to combat hunger and malnutrition around the world. Called "Tree of Life" by many, moringa contains vitamins, minerals, proteins, essential fatty acids, and a variety of phytosanitary substances.
Spinach is one of the most healthy leafy vegetables we can get, containing natural iron, magnesium, calcium, fiber, vitamin K, carotenoids, manganese, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, potassium, zinc, and copper.
Ginger contains amino acids, calcium, magnesium, iron, and essential fatty acids.