SUPERFOOD GREENS MAGNIFIED WITH POWERFUL TRACE MINERALS
Sunwarrior Ormus Super Greens is a probiotic green superfood containing over 2 billion probiotics per servings. Sunwarrior Supergreens are grown in pristine, volcanic soil, which nurtures the organic, green superfoods, with trace minerals and plenty of chlorophyll.
Sunwarrior uses a cold-drying process using specialized wind tunnels to protects the heat-sensitive bioactive components and phyto-nutrients, making a superior raw, green superfood beverage that is bio-available and perfect for anyone who needs a little more green in their life.
What's In Super Greens?
Alfalfa is an interesting plant in that, for its size, it has extensive root structures that spread out and go deep to pull up minerals from multiple levels in the soil, many of which may not be available on the surface. This makes alfalfa extremely nutritious, rich in essential vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients.
Rich in B vitamins, chlorophyll, carotenoids, iron, calcium, protein, and vitamin C, barley grass is a veritable superfood often overlooked for the sweeter wheatgrass. Wheatgrass and barley grass are very similar to one another nutritionally. Together, they balance each other out for the best mix of nutrients.
Moringa is one of the newest superfoods to be discovered and is being used through the world to combat hunger and malnutrition. Called the "tree of life" by many, moringa is rich in vitamins, minerals, protein, essential fatty acids, and a host of beneficial phytonutrients.
Another cereal grass, like wheat and barley grass, that provides concentrated vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients packed into the tender, young leaves. Oat grass is rich in over 70 revitalizing minerals.
Stevia is an all-natural sweetener that comes from the leaf of the stevia herb. The powdered leaf is hundreds of times sweeter than sugar, meaning you can use a small amount without getting any of the calories, carbs, or downsides that come with sugar.
Wheatgrass is considered by many to be the healthiest substance on the planet. It certainly packs in an amazing amount of vitamins, minerals, beneficial enzymes, antioxidants, and phytonutrients into each tiny blade.
Spinach is one of the healthiest leafy greens available, rich in iron, magnesium, calcium, fiber, vitamin K, carotenoids, manganese, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, potassium, zinc, and copper.
Ginger root has always been used to ease nausea, sea sickness, diarrhea, and morning sickness, but it is gaining attention as a potent anti-inflammatory and pain reducer, too. Apart from the ability to ease and sooth digestive problems and lessen pain, ginger root is being studied for its effects against cancer, fungi, bacteria, and diabetes. It is also rich in amino acids, calcium, magnesium, iron, and essential fatty acids.
The probiotics in their greens are cultured within the greens themselves, not added after the fact. This makes all the nutrients more bioavailable while building up and feeding the beneficial, natural flora and fauna of the digestive system.
Mix, shake, or blend 1 scoop with 10 oz of your favorite beverage. Use prepared product same day. Store in a cool, dry place.