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ZenVie™ brands produces a line of great tasting dietary supplements with CBD and organic spices, fruits and vegetables.

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Our Ingredients

The ZenVie family is committed to honoring the science of nature, so that we can live well to be well.

ZenVie produces a line of great tasting dietary supplements with CBD and organic spices, fruits and vegetables. Our products are easy to digest and utilize the highest quality, full spectrum phytocannibinoids containing cannabidiol derived from hemp that deliver natures benefits without the “high”.

Your family can smile knowing all our products offer a holistic approach to supporting a healthy mind and body and are filled with garden goodness.

View all of the ingredients we proudly feature in our products below:

CBD Oil (Cannobidiol Hemp Derived)

Benefits of CBD Oil:

  • Pain relief. One of the most celebrated health benefits of CBD oil is its analgesic for relieving pain.
  • Combat Anxiety.
  • Anti-Seizure Properties.
  • Reduce the Risk of Diabetes. (medical claim)
  • Help With Sleep Issues.

Turmeric

Turmeric is known for its bright orange coloring, Turmeric, a plant from the ginger family, contains curcumin, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Chronic inflammation is known to be a contributor to many common Western diseases. Curcumin fights inflammation at the molecular level and can inhibit many molecules known to play major roles in inflammation.

Turmeric Benefits:

  • Improves Memory
  • Boosts Immune System
  • Eases Joint Pain
  • Wards Off Heart Disease
  • Heals The Gut
  • Boosts A Happy Mood

Turmeric Nutrition

Turmeric is one of the most nutritionally rich herbs. It contains protein, vitamin C, calcium, iron, and dietary fiber. It also provides a rich supply of vitamin B6, potassium, magnesium, and manganese.

 

Amla

The Indian gooseberry, known locally as Amla, is a tree that is famous for its nutrient-rich fruits. It has been a common ingredient in the ancient Indian medicinal practice of Ayurveda.

Amla Nutrition

Amla is of the most antioxidant-rich foods on Earth, is a potent source of Vitamin C, and also contains iron and calcium. Because it is so versatile, it has become a favorite among the health conscious masses. In addition, amla contains vitamins B1, B5 and B9. Vitamin B1, or Thiamine, plays an important role in nervous system function and maintaining a healthy nervous system, Vitamin B5 is imperative to metabolism, and Vitamin B9 is important for DNA synthesis and repair.

Amla Benefits:

  • Slows Down Aging
  • Helps A Sore Throat
  • Fights Against Heart Disease
  • Increases Diuretic Activity
  • Increases Metabolic Activity
  • Reduces Blood Sugar
  • High In Digestive Fiber
  • Boosts Immunity

Holy Basil

Also known as tulsi, Holy Basil is known for its therapeutic power. It has a rich history dating back 3,000 years ago to ancient Indian uses. Much of its use was in decreasing pain and inflammation, which has inspired recent researchers to discover numerous antioxidant characteristics of Holy Basil. Historically used as medicine due to its widespread therapeutic power, holy basil leaves are now regarded by most countries as adaptogens (anti-stress agents) and have been used widely to promote health throughout the entire body. In traditional systems of medicine, different parts of tulsi — the leaves, stem, flower, root, seeds and even the whole plant — have been recommended for the treatment of bronchitis, bronchial asthma, malaria, diarrhea, dysentery, skin diseases, arthritis, painful eye diseases, chronic fever, snake bites and scorpion stings.

Holy Basil Benefits:

  • Reduces Stress
  • Restful Sleep
  • Boosts Energy
  • Helps Prevent Kidney Stones
  • Promotes Healthy Skin
  • Ginger Nutrition

Holy Basil Nutrition

Many studies support the use of the entire plant of holy basil for human use and its therapeutic value. The nutritional value is also high, as it contains: Vitamin C and A, calcium, zinc, iron, chlorophyll.

 

Blueberries

Blueberries contain a plant compound called anthocyanin. This gives blueberries both their blue color and many of their health benefits. Many studies have suggested that increasing consumption of plant foods such as blueberries decreases the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and overall mortality. Plant foods may also promote hair and skin health, increased energy, and overall lower weight.

Blueberry Nutrition

One cup of blueberries provides 24% of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C and research has found that when taken together, blueberries and common strains of probiotic bacteria performed better than either did when tested alone.

Blueberry Benefits:

  • High in Antioxidants
  • Amp Up Weight Loss
  • Boost Brain Health
  • Alleviate Inflammation
  • Support Digestion
  • Promote Heart Health

Ginger

Ginger, with it’s flavor and zest, is a popular spice with a long history of use in various forms of traditional/alternative medicine. Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties including antioxidant effects, an ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds, and direct anti-inflammatory effects. Ginger has been used to help in digestion, reduce nausea, and help fight the flu and common cold, to name a few. How does this happen? By killing the harmful bacteria in the stomach and intestines that could disrupt the balance of beneficial flora in the gastrointestinal tract.

Ginger Benefits:

  • Alleviates Muscle Pain
  • Reduces Osteoarthritis
  • Inhibits Bacterial Growth
  • Immune Booster
  • Reduces Nausea

Ginger Nutrition

Ginger provides a variety of vitamins and minerals: In 100 grams (g) of fresh ginger root, there are: 79 calories. 17.86 g of carbohydrate

 

Rosemary

Rosemary is a perennial woody evergreen herb native to the Mediterranean region. It is one of the most commonly found herbs in a spice rack. The herb has a warm, bitter, and astringent taste but yet it gives a wonderful flavor and aroma to soups, sauces, stews, roasts, and stuffing. It can be used in dried powder form or as fresh leaves. Its leaves can be used to prepare tea, essential oil, and liquid extract. The herb is considered to be sacred by ancient Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, as well as Hebrews and is particularly prevalent in Italian cultural cuisine.

Rosemary Nutrition

Fresh rosemary has a very high reserve of vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, thiamin, folate, as well as minerals like magnesium, calcium, copper, iron, and manganese. It has abundant antioxidants in its phenolic compounds such as diterpene, carnosol, and rosmarinic acid, as well as in its essential oils such as cineol, camphene, borneol, bornyl acetate, α-terpineol, and α-pinene.

Rosemary Benefits:

  • Boosts Memory
  • Improves Mood
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Pain Reliever
  • Protects Immune System