Sources - Buried Treasure Liquid Nutrients

Our Ingredient Sources

At Buried Treasure, we believe quality products start from quality ingredients.   Our ingredients are globally sourced from select regions for their quality and specialty.  We openly show off our ingredients.   Every plant sourced ingredient is third party tested along with being tested in our lab and comes with a certificate of analysis.  

Bromelain

Bromelain

Bromelain Bromelain refers to a general name for the family of sulfhydryl-containing proteolytic enzymes derived from the pineapple plant.  Being a pineapple extract, it is obtained from the fruit or stem of the pineapple plant. Typically, bromelain refers to the...

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Vitamin A

Vitamin A

Vitamin A: Essential Carotenes & Retinoids  Vitamins are small organic molecules that are needed for optimal body functioning. Vitamin A occurs in two forms in nature. It exists as retinolesters in foods of animal origin, whereas in plants it is found in a...

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Andographis

Andographis

Andographis Immune function The immune system is the body's natural defense system. However, at times challenges to the immune system may call for some extra nutritional support. Andrographis paniculata, a common name in Ayurveda medicine is one such immune enhancing...

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EpiCor Whole Food Fermentate

EpiCor Whole Food Fermentate

EpiCor® Whole Food Fermentate The root of a healthy diet is the use of whole foods. Processed foods remove a lot of plant materials that are more beneficial. Thus, diets rich in unprocessed or whole foods allow our bodies to use the whole part of the plant. When...

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Colloidal Silver

Colloidal Silver

Colloidal Silver: A Shining Star For Immune Function Silver though not an essential nutrient is one of the most important trace elements especially with regard to the body's immune system. Colloidal silver in particular not only confers immune-supporting activity but...

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Blueberries

Blueberries

Blueberries The Wonder Fruit Blueberries are a small, blue-purple fruit that belongs to the genus vaccinium, which also includes cranberries and bilberries. The antioxidant and anthocyanin content of blueberries makes them particularly effective at reducing cognitive...

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Thyme

Thyme

Thyme An aromatic herb in the mint family, thyme grows to a height of fifteen inches (about 40 cm), with small rounded leaves and pink flowers on woody stems. Today the plant is common throughout North America, but it originated in the southern Mediterranean. Experts...

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Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera: Ancient Plant with Modern Possibilities The Aloe Vera plant has been used for thousands of years to heal a variety of conditions. It is grown in subtropical and tropical locations, including South Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Aloe was one of...

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Ginger

Ginger

Ginger – The Wonder Root The first recorded use of ginger is its appearance in the ancient Chinese herbal Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing, written by Emperor Shen Nong around 2,000 B.C.E. It later appears in ancient Sanskrit text of India, the Mahabharata, around 400 B.C.E....

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Citrus Bioflavonoids

Citrus Bioflavonoids

What Are Citrus Bioflavonoids? Bioflavonoids are found abundant in citrus fruit rinds and pulp. Common bioflavonoids include citrus flavonoids (found in citrus fruits); rutin in buckwheat and quercetin in onions, tea, and apples. Citrus Bioflavonoids are powerful...

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a vitamin your body needs to form blood vessels, cartilage, muscle, and collagen in bones. Vitamin C is also vital to your body’s healing process.

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Elderberry

Elderberry

Elderberry Elderberry fruit or flowers are used as dietary supplements for minor immune conditions, often served as a tea, extract, or in a capsule. There is insufficient research to know its effectiveness for such uses or its safety profile. Raw elderberries are 80%...

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Echinacea Flower

Echinacea Flower

Echinacea species are herbaceous, drought-tolerant perennial plants growing up to 140 cm or 4 feet,[4] in height. They grow from taproots, except E. purpurea, which grows from a short caudex with fibrous roots.

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