Chervil – Grandma´s candy

The last couple of weeks we, at Pure Natura, have been collecting chervil. It is for our new whole food supplement; Pure Harmony, which will be marketed in 2018. In this mix, we use two species of the plant, sweet cicely (sweet chervil) and wild chervil. Chervil is a remarkable plant which can be used in many various ways, for example as a spice, herbal-tea or health supplement. According to folk […]

Exciting times

Summer at Pure Natura In the last few weeks, we at Pure Natura have worked hard in collecting herbs for next year’s production. Due to this, we’ve had limited time for blogging, but here’s a brief update of what we’ve been up to lately. Exciting New Products Coming Soon Last winter was unusually mild and all vegetation began earlier than usually. Its growth has been fast and all herbs are […]

Glowing food-biophoton

You are glowing!! Live raw food contains biophoton, which your body needs just as much as nutrients, e.g. vitamins and minerals. Biophotons are low frequency of light, which all live cells in plants, animals and human beings emit. It is not visible to the naked eye, but can be detected and measured with special devices. Plants use the energy of the sunlight to create food that we can eat and […]

Raw Food

Enzymes Most raw food contains enzymes, which are specialized catalysts, who stimulate chemical reactions in the cells. These enzymes, which are in live raw food, e.g. vegetables, start to break down when heated above 40° C (104 °F) and almost all enzymes are incapacitated at temperatures above 47°C. (117 °F). The human body produces enzymes that are essential for digestion, but enzymes in food also assist the digestion. If enzymes […]

Which product should I choose? Is this one better for me than the other?

We often receive questions concerning our products and the ones above are among the most common. People want to know which Pure Natura supplement would be best for them, how much to take, when during the day and how to take them, etc. All Pure Natura products derive from food and may be consumed as food, alone or with other food. There is no fixed time of the day better […]

B 12-Powerhouse Micro Nutrient

Vitamin B12 is known as the energy vitamin. It has a significant impact on your health and affects every aspect of the way your system functions. Recent studies show that one in four adults in the United States are deficient in vitamin B12 and nearly half the population has sub-optimal amounts in their blood. This can happen because of lack of the vitamin in your diet or through your inability […]

Volcanic Icelandic soil

All over the world, minerals are disappearing from agricultural soils at an alarming rate.The soil in the North American continent has had an average of 85% mineral depletion over the past 100 years, in Europe it is 72% and in Asia it is 76%. This staggering decline in mineral values can be traced to “modern” policy food production and industrialization of agriculture – extended use of fertilizers and “maximum yield” […]

Vitamin B Complex

B-vitamin work collectively and individually in every cell to perform many different jobs, including helping the body release the energy it gets from carbohydrates, proteins and fats. The B-group of vitamins include Thiamin (B-1), Riboflavin (B-2), niacin (B-3), Folate (also called folic acid or folacin), vitamin Pantothenic acid (B-5), Pyridoxine (B-6), vitamin B-12, Biotin, Choline, Inositol and Para-Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA). They assist in maintaining the health of the nerves, skin, […]

Icelandic Chamomile – Matricaria maritima

Matricaria maritima is a flower species in the asteraceae family as well as being a famous medicinal plant. It is closely related to the well known Chamomile and is believed to have similar functions…

Health benefits of minerals

The foundation of human health relies on the quality of the food we eat, which ultimately comes down to the vitality of the soil, in which the food is grown. Mineral rich soil fosters healthy plants, who become food for herbivores that later are consumed by humans. Plants grown in good soil are excellent source of all needed nutrients, the same goes with animals that have fed on plants from […]