Though a culinary spice, ginger is loaded with medicinal properties. On top of its more commonly known antiviral and antibacterial properties, ginger promotes the secretion of saliva and gastric juices which can improve your child’s appetite and digestion and has a calming effect on the stomach.
Getting enough vitamin C helps your baby absorb iron, create collagen and maintain a healthy immune system. The bioflavonoid in lemon works with vitamin C to strengthen blood vessel walls to support healthy blood flow. This zesty citrus fruit also prevents scurvy and can help to manage gut issues due to its antimicrobial properties.
This fresh and lemony herb is a great source of antioxidants, antimicrobial, antibacterial and antifungal properties. The flavour and scent of the lemongrass play a role in expanding your little one’s palate profile while effectively building immunity and aiding digestion.
This sweeter cousin of black pepper is an Indian spice used in treating various diseases. It is good for babies with delicate stomachs as it stimulates gastric secretions. The spice’s hint of flora introduces a new palate to your baby. It is also known to contain digestive, anti-cold and anti-pain properties your baby needs.
The underwhelming lotus seeds are packed with rich amounts of zinc, the mineral that supports brain development involving emotional growth, muscle coordination, balance, motor and sensory functions. It also contains significant calcium and magnesium, for the development of your growing baby’s bones and muscles.
A popular baby’s choice, the pumpkin is loaded with vitamin A to help strengthen eyesight, support growth and boost a healthy immune system. This excellent source of carotenoids also supports brain development.
Taro, is a highly nutritious source of copper, dietary fiber, vitamin C, B6, E, potassium and manganese. This familiar root that originated from Asia, can aid the development of muscle, sensory and motor functions in your little ones, support bone health, blood flow, nerve functions and protect your baby’s heart.
Vital functions such as maintaining your baby’s cell structure, waste removal, distribution of nutrients and oxygen are aided by the essential H20, including stabilizing their body temperature.