The herbs in Amrita’s formulas are long known for their medicinal values in Asian cultures. They have also been subject to extensive academic research in the West. Our herbs are organically grown and harvested in the mountains of pristine Northern Thailand. The herbs are processed and blended into formulas at a state-of-the-art F.D.A. certified facility. We use technologically superior “Freeze Dry” method that best captures and preserves the health benefits and nutritional value of the herb.

Sprouted black rice
(Oryza sativa)

Black rice is a fiber-rich whole grain which is gluten free, cholesterol free, low in fat, sugar and salt yet high in fiber, anthocyanin antioxidants, Vitamins B and E, niacin, thiamin, magnesium, iron and phosphorous.

Amalaki
(Phyllantthus emblica)

Amalaki is rich in bioactive tannins called Emblicanins, bound to vitamin C, with an incredible range of antioxidant activity.

Papaya Leaf
(Carica papaya)

Phytonutrient compounds in papaya leaves act in synergy to display a strong antioxidant and immune enhancing impact in the bloodstream.

Spirulina
(Arthrospira platensis)

Spirulina contains 65% highly bioavailable protein and only 5% fat, including the essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid (GLA).

Houttuynia
(Houttuynia cordata)

Organic Houttuynia has been used since ancient times for detoxification. This plant is also known for its antibacterial and antiviral properties.

Cinnamon
(Cinnamomum verum)

Has antioxidant and antimicrobial properties, is used in aromatherapy to raise the tone and emotional state.

Moringa
(Moringa oleifera)

Moringa has enormous medicinal potential, this herb rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, potassium and other minerals. The leaves of Moringa tree are a good source of protein and contain 18 amino acids, eight of which are essential.

Thai ginger
(Zingiber officinale)

Essential oils contained in Thai ginger are well known to treat acne, skin burns, bruises, skin inflammation and muscle pain. Thai ginger root is also used, for facial relaxation and skin whitening.

Mangosteen
(Garcinia mangostana)

The rind of mangosteen is an amazingly rich source of many important medicinal components such as flavonoids, catechins, vitamin C, «alpha mangostin» and «gamma mangostin» xanthones, proanthocyanadins and polysaccharides.

Noni
(Morinda citrifolia)

Noni is full of macro- and micro-nutrients your body needs for optimum health. It energises and balances all of the systems in your body. Noni contains precursors of serotonin and melatonin produced by the pineal gland, -vital hormones responsible for your wellbeing.

Jiaogulan
(Gynostemma pentaphyllum)

In many ways Jiaogulan is a very potent health tonic that embodies the Buddhist philosophy of the «middle way», returning the body’s systems to their natural, optimum state. In modern medical terms we call this «homeostasis».

Matcha Green Tea
(Camellia sinensis)

Matcha Green Tea balances cholesterol levels, boosts the immune system and burns calories.

Coriander
(Coriandrum sativum)

In Chinese medicine it is used as an anti-aging agent. Improves metabolic processes in the tissues. Lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels.

Chamomile flowers
(Matricaria chamomílla)

Chamomile is well-known medicinal herb. It gently calms the central nervous system, helps to cope with insomnia and negative effects of stress.

Thanakha
(Limonia Acidissima)

Thanakha cools, tightens, and softens the skin as well as providing protection. It absorbs the excess oils, toxins, and dead skin cells that are released by the other herbal ingredients in our facial.

Volcanic Grey Clay

This clay has been used for a wide variety of traditional healing actions. It provides a natural face lift, protects against environmental pollution, and rejuvenates tired skin.