What is Zrii and how it can help you.
What is Zrii?
Zrii is a powerful, new liquid nutritional drink, rooted in the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda. Widely considered one the worlds most rejuvenating superfoods, Amalaki forms the basis of this delicious, functional beverage.
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Zrii synergistically combines Amalaki with six other herbs and fruits, including Haritaki, Tulsi, Turmeric, Ginger, Jujube, and Schizandra. Blended in a base of pomegranate, pear, and apple juice, Zrii is packed full of antioxidants, bio-available Vitamin C, free-radical scavenging polyphenlos, and bioflavanoids and natural enzymes. This unique formulation is designed to promote cellular rejuvenation, immune function and increased vitality.
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda, which translates from Sanskrit as the Science of Life, is a 5000-year-old medical system from India which aims to create dynamic balance in all areas of health. As humankinds most ancient system of healthy living, Ayurveda is commonly referred to as the mother of all healing systems.
The ancient texts of Ayurveda focus on three primary areas: healing illnesses, preventing diseases, and promoting rejuvenation and longevity. Central to all of these areas is one simple tenet: align yourself with the wisdom of nature and you will experience vibrant, glowing health.
Over the past two decades, Ayurveda has gained increasing popularity in the West.. Similar to its sister-science of Yoga, millions of people across the globe are currently embracing this practice of self-healing. At its core, Ayurveda aims to empower every individual by placing the ability to heal back into their own hands. Through the use of botanical medicines, healthy dietary practices, and daily and seasonal lifestyle routines, Ayurveda embodies an unparalleled whole-health approach to life and healing.
Does Ayurveda have a religious affiliation?
Ayurveda is a non-religious, universal system of health care rooted in the laws of nature. As a company, Zrii is committed to maintaining Ayurvedic wisdom.
The Ayurvedic practice derives from the 5,000-year-old Vedic texts of ancient India. Given its roots in ancient Indian culture and modern practice by millions of people in India, Ayurveda (like Yoga) is often mistakenly linked exclusively to Hinduism, Buddhism, and other Eastern religions. At its core, however, the principles of Ayurveda are designed for use by people of all races, religions, and cultures.
Why does Zrii highlight the Amalaki fruit?
Central to the vast science of Ayurveda is one little green fruit with a nutritional profile that sits in a class of its own. Amalaki (emblica officinalis) grows at the base of the pristine Himalayan mountain range in northern India. In its extensive collection of thousands of fruits and herbs, Ayurveda describes Amalaki as the single most important rasayana or rejuvenating agent for promoting cellular rejuvenation and detoxification, immune function and increased vitality.
Backed by a 5000-year-old science, Amalaki has one of the richest and most documented legacies of any fruit known today. It has been revered in India as the Great Rejuvenator, the Nurse and the Fruit of Immortality for centuries due to its numerous healing properties and its ability to nourish the body on all levels. The Amalaki fruit even has its own holiday in which families share a meal under its tree while giving thanks for the strength and luster promoted by the fruit.
In addition to being heralded for its youth-promoting and rejuvenative qualities, classical Ayurvedic texts describe Amalaki as a potent anti-inflammatory, digestive aid, elixir for the skin and hair, and metabolic enhancer. Over the past 50 years, Amalaki has been the subject of hundreds of scientific studies, ranging from its role in fighting cancer to its ability to increase healthy cholesterol (HDLs), reduce wrinkles, and improve eyesight.
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How does Zrii reach the bodys cells for maximum effect?
Zrii utilizes a liquid delivery system to promote optimal absorption and assimilation of its active botanical ingredients. One of the unique aspects of Zrii is the synergistic effect of its botanicals, which derive from ancient Ayurvedic formulations. Rather than just administering large doses of Amalaki, Ayurveda recommends combining it with other herbs. These herbs open the channels of the body, increase metabolic activity, and drive the nutritional components of Amalaki deeper into the cells and tissues. The addition of Ginger, Turmeric, and Tulsi, in particular, support this deep, cellular delivery.
As this process takes places, unwanted cellular debris and waste will naturally begin to loosen from the tissues. Ayurveda prizes Haritaki fruit as one of the most efficient botanicals for gently detoxifying unwanted byproducts from the colon and bodily tissues. Along with Amalaki, the prized Chinese fruits of Schizandra and Jujube also act as general tonics for the blood and brain, creating an overall balancing effect for the mind and body.
What nutritional components does Amalaki contain?
Unlike many superfoods being introduced today, the chemical profile of Amalaki cannot be limited to one star ingredient or beneficial compound. Instead, research has discovered an unparalleled spectrum of powerful anti-oxidants, polyphenols, tannic acids and bioflavanoids. Amalaki also contains a high concentration of amino acids, trace minerals and other beneficial phytonutrients.
Amalaki contains the potent phenolic combination of ellagic acid, gallic acid and emblicanin A+B. Together these polyphenols are important for reducing cellular and oxidative stress, destroying immune-damaging free radicals and supporting the overall detoxification of the body. The bioflavanoids, rutin and quercetin, and powerful enzyme superoxide dismutase also contribute to the overall anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and youth-promoting qualities of this remarkable fruit.
In addition to these anti-oxidants, the Amalaki fruit is widely considered to contain the most concentrated source of Vitamin C. The fruit is also host to rare mighty-molecules known as ascorbagens. Part of the tannin family, ascorbagens create a protective bond around the Vitamin C molecules, making Amalakis source of Vitamin C more heat stable and bio-available than synthetic varieties.
Why is Zrii Unique?
How is the Zrii formulation unique?
The expertise required to formulate Zrii is an important part of what makes it a stand-alone product. The formulation team which includes world-class medical doctors, Ayurvedic physicians and practitioners and nutritional chemistsrelied on both classical Ayurvedic texts and modern scientific research to determine effective quantities of the botanicals and fruit juices. All quantities were looked at closely in terms of synergistic effects and daily nutritional/therapeutic levels. The process of utilizing Amalaki and six supporting botanicals, all within an effective liquid delivery system, took over six months of research and testing.
After months of working on the formulation, the team emerged with a product that features Amalaki and six supporting actives. Inspired by a classical Ayurvedic formulation featuring the revered botanical triad of Amalaki, Turmeric, and Tulsi, the formulation also aims to strike a broader, more global chord.
In addition to these powerful ingredients, the team drew upon the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine due to the highly complimentary and adoptogenic properties that the fruits Schizandra and Jujube share with Amalaki.
Lastly, the famed Ayurvedic fruit Haritaki was added to the blend for its mild detoxifying properties and ginger was included for its assistance in helping to digest and assimilate all of the ingredients more effectively.
The juice of the Amalaki fruit has almost twenty times as much Vitamin C as the juice of an orange. In clinical tests conducted on patients suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis, naturally occurring Vitamin C in Amalaki has been shown to be better absorbed in comparison to the synthetic vitamin.
Is the plastic used in Zrii bottles safe? Which plastics have been shown to leach?
Within the world of food-grade plastics, High Density Polyethylene HDPE #2 (Zriis bottle) is considered one of the safest and easiest to recycle.