Salus Tonics - The secret of the mixtures

"Leave what you find in nature as natural as possible!" This was the motto of Mr. Walther Schoenenberger (1901-1981) the founder of the Salus fresh plant juices. Salus fresh plant juices are concentrated nature. The healing plants are pressed on the day of harvest, and the juice is immediately bottled. The juices are not modified by sugar, alcohol, preservatives or solvents. So the effective ingredients of the healing plant can work together harmoniously with its other components to develop their natural effects, just like the plant itself.

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Salus fresh plant juices

  • Artischocke - Artichoke
    (Cynara scolymus)

    Digestive support

    The components of artichoke ensure improved fat digestion. The juice from fresh flower buds controls the flow of bile and stimulates metabolism, supports the excretion of bile acid and can positively influence blood fat levels.

  • Baldrian - Valerian
    (Valeriana officinalis)

    Calming

    Valerian is the quintessential calmer. It settles and promotes sleep. It can help those under stress to find their own balance and calm. The juice from the fresh valerian root helps with anxiety, irritability and insomnia. From time immemorial homeopathic doctors have considered valerian to be the treatment for the nerves from the "green chemist".

  • Bohne - Bean
    (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

    Purification

    The pressed juice of fresh beans controls kidney activity. It helps support the treatment of difficult urination.

  • Birke - Birch
    (Betula pendula, Betula pubescens)

    Support of the urinary system

    The active agents of birch flush out the urinary tracts. A treatment with juice from fresh birch leaves is recommended for those with a susceptibility to renal stones. The juice also helps to soothe rheumatic complaints.

  • Brennnessel - Stinging nettle
    (Urtica dioica, Urtica urens)

    Support of the metabolism

    Since ancient times it has been known as a valuable plant: the blood-cleansing stinging nettle soothes rheumatic complaints, stimulates urine and is, therefore, ideal for preventing and treating kidney stones.

  • Brunnenkresse - Water cress
    (Nasturtium officinale)

    Support of the digestive system

    Traditionally used for digestive complaints. The aromatically bitter aspect stems from the mustard oil that it contains.

  • Echinacea
    (Echinacea purpurea)

    Echinacea purpurea strengthens the body’s own defences, particularly in the upper respiratory tracts and draining urinary tracts. It particularly strengthens the body’s own resistance during the cold seasons.

  • Fenchel - Fennel
    (Fenchel)

    Digestive support

    The juice of fresh fennel works on the digestive tract like a sedative – particularly with flatulence, stomach pains and cramps.

  • Ginkgo
    (Ginkgo biloba)

    Support of the circulation

  • Hafer - Oats
    (Avena sativa)

    Fortifying for the nerves

    The juice of fresh, blooming oats is a calming, restorative drink that strengthens your overall constitution.

  • Kamille - Camomile
    (Matricaria recutita)

    Relieve for the stomach

    The components of the fresh medicinal plant, camomile, relieve cramp and help with stomach complaints.

  • Kartoffel - Potato
    (Solanum tuberosum)

    Deacidifying

    The pressed juice of fresh, raw potatoes soothes an overacidic stomach. This plant juice also helps with heartburn.

  • Löwenzahn - Dandelion
    (Taraxacum officinale)

    Support of the urinary system

    Dandelion was used as early as the 16th century as a medicinal plant: it stimulates the organism’s overall cell metabolism, supports the flow of bile and stimulates the urine with its high potassium levels. Dandelion: truly a ‘natural universal talent’!

  • Mistel - Mistletoe
    (Viscum album L.)

    Support of the cardio-vascular system

    The pressed juice of fresh mistletoe (viscum album) supports the circulation function and helps blood pressure return to normal.

  • Manna-Feigen Sirup - Manna-Fig Syrup
    (Fraxinus ornus, Ficus carica)

    Support of bowel regularity

    Manna fig syrup is the stomach-friendly help for the intestine: water soluble components from manna and fig shave a gentle draining effect.

  • Rosmarin - Rosemary
    (Rosmarinus officinalis)

    Support of the cardio-vascular system

    Rosemary gets the circulation going. The juice from fresh rosemary herb gives you a lift when feeling tired,weary and exhausted.

  • Salbei - Sage
    (Salvia officinalis)

    Relieve for the throat (e.g. as gargle)

    The medicinal plant, sage, inhibits inflammation with mouth, throat and tonsil infections. The juice of fresh sage also helps with excess sweat secretion.

  • Schwarzrettich - Black radish
    (Raphanus sativus)

    Intestinal well-being

    The pressed juice of fresh black radish roots controls the flow of bile. It is traditionally used to support the digestive function.

  • Sellerie - Celery
    (Apium graveolens)

    Purification

    Celery juice is produced from celery tubers and leaves. It contains valuable bitters and is popularly believed to be rich in energy giving and also cleansing agents.

  • Spitzwegerich - Plantain
    (Plantago lanceolata)

    Support of the respiratory system

    Plantain relieves irritation and is anti-inflammatory. It has been particularly proven with dry irritating coughs.

  • Thymian - Thyme
    (Thymus vulg., Thymus zygis)

    Support of the respiratory system

    The medicinal herb from the Mediterranean region is used for air passage disorders. The juice of fresh, blossoming thyme releases viscous phlegm, relieves breathing and has a cramp relieving and disinfecting effect.

  • Weißdorn - Hawthorn
    (Crataegus monogyna, Crataegus oxyacantha)

    Support of the cardio-vascular system

    Hawthorn’s active agents stimulate the circulation function, ensuring increased blood flow to the muscles with a greater oxygen supply.

  • Zinnkraut - Horsetail
    (Equisetum arvense)

    Support of the urinary system

    Also known as toad pipe, the well-known common horsetail herb, controls kidney activity and promotes urine with its high silicic acid and potassium content. The juice obtained from fresh common horsetail prevents the formation of kidney stones. It is extremley suitable for flushing water accumulation in the tissue. Horsetail is collected in the wild under controlled conditions.

  • Kaktusfeige - Opuntia fruit
    (Opuntia ficus indica)

    More energy – more power

    Betalains, the natural colourants, are not only the reason for the opuntia fruit´s agreeably sweet juice and the yellow-orange to red-purple colour, they also have a high antioxidant potential, which is one of the advantages of this special product. A high content of sugars, which can be easily absorbed by the body, and free amino acids like proline make Schoenenberger Fresh Plant Juice Opuntia fruit an ideal energizer. This is especially beneficial for active, stressed and convalescent people. Athletes appreciate the significant content of calcium and magnesium.

  • Granatapfel - Pomegranate
    (Punica granatum)

    Vitality from the tree of life – for healthy cells and blood vessels

    The antioxidant power package: Schoenenberger Pomegranate juice is freshly pressed from organic fruits, it is not refined and therefore rich in polyphenols. It has 25 times more antioxidant power than German red wine and 40 times more than green tea. It supports the body´s cell protection and cell repair mechanism.

  • Ingwer - Ginger
    (Zingiber officinale)

    Against diarrhea, nausea and travel sickness

    Schoenenberger Fresh Plant Juice Ginger is stomach comforting and prevents nausea, especially while travelling. Ginger stimulates the digestive juices and therefore activates the stomach. Besides the vitamins and mineral nutrients, the spicy substances gingerole and shogaole and the essential oils are relevant to your health.

  • Melisse - Balm
    (Melissa officinalis)

    Against functional gastrointestinal disorders

    "Melissa" means "bee" and and refers to the plant´s abundance of nectar.
    Yet in the Middle Ages the leaves were used against nightmares and melancholia. The constituents have a relaxing and sedative effect on the gastrointestinal tract.

  • Schafgarbe - Yarrow
    (Achillea millefolium)

    Support of the digestive system

    Yarrow has calming, cramp relieving properties and is used to treat stomach/intestinal complaints.

  • Johanniskraut - St John’s wort
    (Hypericum perforatum)

    Restoring

    The juice of the fresh, blossoming St Johns’ wort is a natural restorative – for nervousness, nervous exhaustion and non-organically caused neuralgia.

Salus fruit and vegetable juices

  • Acerola
    (Malphighia punicifolia)

    The natural Vitamin C booster!

    Ideal for those allergic to citrus fruits: the unfiltered, freshly pressed juice of the acerola cherry has 30 times more vitamin C than the lemon. Two teaspoons of acerola juice cover the usual daily requirement of vitamin C – particularly important for smokers!

  • Topinambur
    (Jerusalem Artichoke)

    Support during slimming cures.

    Low in calories, provides a feeling of satiety.

  • TopVital
    (Carrot, Apple, Mango)

    Delicious fruit drink.

    Can be mixed with the fresh plant juices for healthy and pleasant tasting drinks.

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