RED LEMON spice is ground dry sumac berries super-charged with added gallic acid and quercetin. It has the typical tart taste, lemony flavour and red colour of sumac spice. It has proven to boost the immune system and has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect. It is packed with antioxidants that neutralize free radicals that can cause cancer, heart disease and signs of aging. It also assist normalising blood glucose and blood pressure.
30 day supply
RED LEMON spice is ground dry sumac berries with added gallic acid and quercetin to enhance its therapeutic effects. It has the typical tart taste, lemony flavour and red colour of sumac spice.
Science and traditional use proved that sumac, gallic acid and quercetin offer consumers a very highly concentrated source of antioxidants with many therapeutic benefits such as:
- Boost the immune system
- Antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal activity
- Reduce inflammation
- Regulate blood sugar
- Reduce cholesterol
- Neutralise free radicals which can cause many cancers, heart disease and signs of aging
- Reduce bone loss
- Relieve muscle pain (also for athletes)
- May slow progression of neuropsychological diseases such as Alzheimer
- Reduce pancreatic lipase (block fat absorption) which may cause weight loss
Consume one flat teaspoon (2g) in the morning and one flat teaspoon (2g) in the evening.
When experiencing a disease attack consume one flat teaspoon (2g) three times a day (with breakfast, lunch and dinner).
For best results consume RED LEMON daily with Herbal Biotics’ ESSENTIALS powder and PROTECTOR capsules (if older than 12 years).
Suggested ways to prepare
- Add RED LEMON to yogurt (with Herbal Biotics Essentials powder and muesli if you wish for a complete and wholesome breakfast to set the day)
- Stir a flat teaspoon into hot water let it steep and enjoy as a hot drink. Add a little honey if you like it sweet! NB. Also consume the solids to allow the digestive system to extract more active substances from the sumac.
- Stir a flat teaspoon into cold water and leave to draw (up to 24 hours in a fridge) and enjoy as a cold drink with or without a little honey. NB. Also consume the solids to allow the digestive system to extract more active substances from the sumac.
- Use it as a sprinkle or rub wherever you would have used lemon juice – i.e. on fish, chicken, salad etc. NB. When using it during cooking ensure you get a 2g serving on your own plate by simply adding a little more on the food in your plate.
- If you would like to benefit from Sumac’s anti-lipase (weight loss) effect use it with every meal to reduce fat absorption, assisting weight loss.
Proprietary blend of Rhus coriaria L. (Sumac), Gallic acid and Quercetin.
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Cautions and Warnings
- Do not consume if pregnant or lactating.
- RED LEMON spice (sumac) might improve many health indicators. If you currently use any chronic medication i.e. for cholesterol, blood sugar control, blood pressure etc. do not stop using or reduce chronic medication dosages if or when they improve before consulting with your doctor to adjust dosages.
- If experiencing bloating or discomfort including light headaches or flu like symptoms from consuming RED LEMON spice in the beginning, reduce dosage at first and then gradually increase it.
- Do not continue consumption if experiencing any allergic reaction.