The carefully selected ingredients of Wurzelkraft result from decades of research performed in Germany by the ‘Leisen’ family of naturopathic doctors, from the 1920s, and more recently, over the past 20 years, by Dr. Peter Jentschura and Dr. Josef Lohkämper.
This highly alkaline-forming, superfood supports regeneration of the body andacts as a powerful neutralizer of harmful substances!
This superfood contains a high quantity of bitter glycosides, antioxidants, minerals, trace elements, and phytonutrients. It contains all essential amino acids, vitamins B1, B2, B6, C, E, K1, Biotin, Niacin, and Folic Acid. Sprinkle the delicious food powder on porridge, any meals and beverages or eat straight off the spoon!
Wurzelkraft ingeniously combines 100+ plants resulting in the valuable and tasty Wurzelkraft. Wurzelkraft can be taken directly from the spoon or mixed in drinks, smoothies, cereals and/or sprinkled on veggies, in salads and soup. (Cool soup or hot foods a bit prior to adding Wurzelkraft.)
Let your imagination run wild and create you own favorite recipes with Wurzelkraft Superfood!
Wurzelkraft is widely used for its specific content of all the trace elements from the periodic table! Wurzelkraft is an omni-molecular life food! When you give your body whole foods it takes only what it needs and disposes of anything that it does not.
How does the Wurzelkraft superfood taste?
The specific taste of Wurzelkraft (Super Food) is due to the harmonious combination of the nut like and naturally sweet tasting tiger nuts, the mild sweetness of jerusalem artichoke and a valuable blend of bee pollen, herbs, spices and vegetables. A small quantity of premium quality, tropical fruit like pineapple and mango are combined with different domestic fruit like apples and raspberries. The result is an amazing aromatic and slightly fruity taste!
How does Wurzelkraft alkalize the body?
Wurzelkraft is a well proven blend that provides a tremendous variety of precious plants and their extremely precious minerals. The minerals and enzymes in Wurzelkraft act as a powerful neutralizer of acids and toxins in the human body. Preventing the corrosion to our tissues, glands and organs caused by toxins and acids within the body.
How much Wurzelkraft should I eat?
Consume a minimum of 3 teaspoons each day for desired benefits.
Wurzelkraft can be consumed in high dose (10 or more teaspoons per day) to encourage neutralization of acids and toxins in the body, the strengthening of your liver and kidneys as well as to promote regeneration and repair of the tissues, joints, vessels and organs resulting in radiant skin, shiny and strong hair and nails.
What are the ingredients and some of their benefits?
Wurzelkraft is made with a complimentary blend of plants and seeds such as, bee pollen, pumpkin seeds, lupine meal, sweet almonds, tiger nuts, sunflower seeds, buckwheat, millet, jerusalem artichoke, walnuts, various herbs, vegetables, fruits and greens, amaranth and spices.
Bee pollen contains every vitamin and mineral known to man making it a complete food meaning one could survive on a diet of bee pollen and water alone!
Jerusalem artichoke are mildly sweet and taste delicious, they also have a reputation for their many health benefits including digestive health benefits due to their high levels of inulin, a soluble fibre that acts as a pre-biotic and they contain the most antioxidants of any other vegetable.
Tigernuts provide a nut like and naturally sweet taste along with numerous health benefits including their high content of vitamins, minerals, protein and fibre.
Exotic fruit; pineapple and mango result in a beautifully tangy and sweet taste and contain high amounts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and digestive enzymes including bromelain.
Domestic fruit; raspberries and bilberries score high on the ORAC scale for antioxidant properties. Apple has been shown to reduce the risk of many types of cancers and blackberries are one of the most nutrient-dense fruits on the planet!
Pollen 32.5%, fruit 24.3% (apple, pineapple, mango, raspberries, bilberries, acerola, oranges, cowberries, blackberries, apricots, orange peel, cranberries, lemon peel), pumpkin seeds, lupine, sweet almonds, sunflower seeds, herbs 2.8% (liquorice root, dandelion, hop flowers, buckwheat, galangal root, bear garlic, stinging nettle leaves, blond psyllium seeds, lovage leaves, rosemary leaves, thyme, hyssop, tarragon leaves, eucalyptus leaves, melissa leaves, field horsetail, yarrow, green grape leaves, artichoke, basil, savory, watercress, dill weed, vervain leaves, elder flower, black currant leaves, lavender flowers, lime tree leaves, blackberry leaves, strawberry leaves, raspberry leaves, garden nasturtium, lemon grass, corn silk, marjoram, rose petals, celery leaves, centaury, chervil leaves), buckwheat, millet, walnuts, tigernuts, vegetables 1.6% (beetroot, cabbage leaves, red lentils, carrots, radish root, zucchini, asparagus, chickpeas, beans, broccoli, horseradish root, spinach, onions), spices, jerusalem artichoke, amaranth, rose hip, pomegranate seeds, pistachios.