Must Have Herbal Supplements

I am a self-proclaimed vitamin queen! I have been taking supplements for as long as I can remember and love learning and implementing new ones to my ever-growing routine. I opt for high quality ingredients, vegan-capsules (because why do we need any kind of animal by-product in our vitamins), and ones that are infused with liposomes.

Liposomal supplements offer a nutritional delivery system with rapid uptake and effective delivery into cells. Liposomes are highly efficient in terms of facilitating antioxidant delivery, and because they are prepared from natural phospholipids, they are biocompatible and nontoxic.

Over the years I have learned which supplements work best for my body. It’s all about research, and trial and error, but to limit that, feel free to consult with a physician prior to taking. I have divided the supplements I take into three categories: ones I take on a daily basis, ones I cycle in and out, and ones I use on a as-need basis.


  1. Black Seed Oil– breaks down mucus in the body, lubricates joints and bones, treats inflammation, asthma, eczema, decreases blood pressure, improves blood lipids

  2. Irish Seamoss & Bladderwack– works as body’s “cell food,” promotes healthy brain, thyroid, lungs, bones, energy level, immune response and mood.

  3. Chlorella & Spirulina– contains over 18 amino acids, rich amount of B-vitamins and beta-carotene, improves cholesterol and blood sugar

  4. Ashwaghanda– refer to Why You Should Be Taking Ashwaghanda

  5. Colloidal Gold– is used as a metaphysical tool to help people achieve deep states of meditation, higher levels of consciousness, and spiritual purification. Relieves stress, elevate mood, relax the body, and have a calming effect on the nerves.

  6. Liposomal Vitamin C– absorbs vitamin C at a significantly higher rate than the standard, provides increased bioavailability, cardiovascular support, skin health, cancer protection, increased collagen production, and reduced oxidative stress throughout the body.

  7. L-Glutamine– supports immunity, gastrointestinal integrity, insulin secretion, neurological activity, and muscle protein synthesis. Helps maintain muscle mass for “soft gainers.”


  1. Maca Root– balances hormones, increases libido, increases fertility, improves mood, reduces blood pressure, reduces sun damage, fights free radicals

  2. Black Cohosh Root-often used to control symptoms of PMS and menopause. Treats headaches, hot flashes, mood changes, insomnia, heart palpitations, night sweats and vaginal dryness

  3. Apple Cider Vinegar– aids in detoxification, weight loss, reduces cholesterol and blood sugar, and improves symptoms of diabetes

  4. Soursop– high in antioxidants, reduces inflammation, fights bacteria, and is known to help treat cancer

  5. Moringa– protects and nourishes skin and hair, treats edema, protects liver, known to prevent cancer, anti-bacterial, treats mood disorders, promotes healthy bones

  6. Sea Buckthorn Oil– complete form of omega-3, 6, 7 and 9, promotes heart health, prevents diabetes, protects skin from free-radicals, boosts immune system, supports healthy liver and fights cancer cells


  1. Echinecea– fights flu, controls blood sugar, aids in healthy cell growth, potentially reduces breast cancer risk, helps manage anxiety

  2. Camu Camu-protects cells from free radical damage, high in liposomal vitamin C, great for skin health

  3. L-Lysine– antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral

  4. Activated Charcoal– assists in kidney function, eases intestinal gas and diarrhea, treats hangovers and detoxifies body

  5. Boswellia– reduces inflammation and treats osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, and headaches. Often used as a Tylenol & Advil replacement

I hope you found this post insightful, and perhaps even found a new supplement to add to your regimen. If you’re a lady and would like additional resources, check out 100 Best Supplements For Women. As always, feel free to send me an email or message me on Instagram for any questions, comments or concerns or if you want to chat vitamins!

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