Our fire element not only heats up Curcama's yellow color and distinctive taste, but also has an anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effect.
It not only gives Curcama a bitter-sweet note, the small legume from Venezuela is also largely responsible for the mood lift. In small doses, the tonka bean is said to have an aphrodisiac effect and in Ayurveda it is used, among other things, as an expectorant. A very special ingredient that makes Curcama what it is. It not only gives Curcama a bitter-sweet note, the small legume from Venezuela is also largely responsible for the mood lift.
The apple - a key point in TCM Spleen & Stomach - our center - are assigned to this element and have the function of keeping all organs together. Having a "good earth" means not only nourishment, but also processing external sensory influences well & converting them into clear trains of thought. Apples also contain over 30 minerals, trace elements and vitamins, such as provitamin A, vitamin B1, B2, B6, E & C, niacin and folic acid.
The cinnamon bark is hot from the thermal effect, and the taste is pungent and sweet. It is assigned to the kidney and heart organs. According to TCM, cinnamon bark is recommended when feeling cold. Whether you have cold feet or a cold stomach, cinnamon bark brings the necessary heat. You can also use it for challenges such as diarrhea, weak metabolism or low blood pressure. Cinnamon also supports our idea of using curcama as a “love elixir” with its libido-boosting effect.
It is one of our main ingredients, not only has an anti-inflammatory, stimulating and warming effect - it also tastes fantastic! The ginger gives Curcama the right heat and a healthy boost for your immune system!
The long pepper contains a lot of piperine, this active ingredient helps the body absorb the curcumin from the turmeric better - the piperine therefore acts as a catalyst for the curcumin. In addition, the long pepper is used to take cold from the spleen and stomach and to relieve pain.
The acerola cherry is also called the vitamin C miracle. It is one of the three best sources of vitamin C and has an exceptionally high antioxidant potential. Even the Mayan culture recognized its potential very early on and regarded it as a source of health. They were eaten deliberately to strengthen the body's defences.
Spring belongs to the wood element and is a sign of a new beginning in TCM. The sour taste is associated with the wood element: Lemon Thanks to its refreshingly cold nature, lemon juice is an excellent means of dissipating heat. According to TCM, what corresponds to an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and calming effect according to western standards can be used in all cases of heat. The simplest example is the summer heat: after a hot day, lemon juice cools you down and helps you sleep better.
We use Ayurvedic Qi water. The water element is associated with winter, cold, salty taste and the kidney organ. Winter challenges us to withdraw more from the outside and to concentrate on our inner values.
The salt is closely connected to the kidneys and is both a curse and a blessing. Too much industrial salt has negative effects. Natural salt, on the other hand, cleanses the intestines more intensively, has a softening and expectorant effect and directs the Qi inwards and downwards.