What's in our Products?

At pHKind, we have created a range of supplements have been formulated to provide optimum doses of the most absorbable and scientifically studied ingredients. The individual supplements have been crafted using complementary and synergistic blends of specific nutrients.

The full list of all our ingredients including vitamins, minerals, botanicals, amino acids, probiotics and trace minerals are listed below, so you can check the wide range of health benefits available in our supplements. 

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is essential for converting carbohydrates in food into energy. This also supports the nervous system. Thiamine can improve energy, both mental and physical.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) helps to provide a steady flow of energy. Its works with iron to make red blood cells, which transport oxygen around the body. Riboflavin also nourishes the nerves to maintain a healthy nervous system. 

Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) is needed to release energy from carbohydrates. It is involved in controlling blood sugar levels and maintaining a healthy nervous and digestive system. Nicotinamide can help ease depression, anxiety, and insomnia.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) is involved in energy production and is essential for a healthy nervous system and a healthy brain. This vitamin controls fat metabolism and maintains heathy skin and hair. It helps to convert fats, carbohydrates, and proteins into energy. Vitamin B5 helps to reduce stress levels by making anti-stress hormones.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) helps the absorption of fats and proteins. Pyridoxine is required for a healthy nervous system and normal brain function. Vitamin B6 also supports the immune system. 

Vitamin B7 (Biotin) helps the body to absorb essential fats, which helps promote healthy skin, hair and nails.

Vitamin B9 (Folate) is essential for brain and nerve function. It is needed for utilising protein and red blood cell formation. Helps to regulate homocysteine levels. Homocysteine is formed from the breakdown of methionine (amino acid) and is related to increased inflammation and hardening of arteries. It works well with Vitamin B12 and Vitamin C.

Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) helps the body to carry oxygen which helps energy levels. Methylcobalamin helps to protect the nervous system. It helps folic acid in regulating the production of red blood cells. Methylcobalamin is required for proper digestion of and absorption of fats and carbohydrates.

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) helps to strengthen the immune system. Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant, which helps to protection against the harmful effects of pollution.  Vitamin C helps to make collagen, which keep skin, bones and joints healthy. Bioflavonoids help vitamin C work better. Our vitamin C is combined with Calcium, to make it less acidic and gentler on the stomach. Vitamin C also helps the body to absorb Iron.

Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is a fat-soluble vitamin that has multiple benefits. It helps to maintain healthy bones by improving the absorption of calcium. Vitamin D has many actions throughout the body. There are vitamin D receptors throughout the body and the benefits range from supporting the immune system, improves muscle and bone strength to improving cognitive function.

Acerola Cherry – also known as Barbados Cherry. This is great natural food source of vitamin C. these fruits are very acidic, which is an indicator of the high levels of vitamin C.

Magnesium helps to reduce muscle cramps and help to relax muscles. It can also help to reduce stress and anxiety and improve quality of sleep. Magnesium also helps the body to absorb Calcium. Magnesium may also prevent cardiovascular disease and helps maintain healthy blood pressure levels. Magnesium is found in most foods including dairy products, green vegetables, apples, bananas, lentils, beans, avocados, and brown rice.

Iodine is a trace mineral, as it is only needed in small amounts. It is important for physical and mental development. Iodine contributes to the normal production of the thyroid hormone and thyroid function. The Thyroid gland is responsible for controlling metabolism and energy levels. The soil contains less iodine than in previous generations.  

Zinc, a vital mineral, supports immune function, wound healing, and DNA synthesis. It aids in protein synthesis, cell division, and sensory perception. Zinc deficiency can impair growth, weaken immunity, and affect skin and cognitive health.

Copper, an essential trace mineral, aids in the formation of red blood cells, collagen production, and energy metabolism. It supports immune function, nerve health, and may have antioxidant properties, contributing to overall health and well-being when consumed in appropriate amounts.

Iron, an essential mineral, is crucial for oxygen transport in the blood and energy metabolism. It supports cognitive function, immune system health, and regulates body temperature. Iron deficiency leads to fatigue, weakness, and impaired cognitive and immune function.

Selenium, a trace mineral, acts as a potent antioxidant, protecting cells from oxidative stress and inflammation. It works synergistically with Vitamin E to maintain a healthy heart, liver and skin health. The antioxidant effect of selenium helps to maintain healthy, boost immunity, and promote overall health.

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that are naturally present in our digestive system. They play a vital role in keeping us healthy. Good bacteria help to keep a healthy digestive system and keep an optimally functioning immune system. The good bacteria help to keep the bad bacteria under control. Benefits of probiotics include improving digestion, lowering cholesterol levels, boosting immunity, and reducing symptoms of stress. Foods naturally rich in probiotics are fermented foods, miso, sauerkraut, yoghurt, tofu, wine, and kefir.

Lactobacillus Acidophilus are strains of probiotic that help in the digestion of proteins. They help to reduce blood cholesterol, aid digestion, prevent infections and improve the absorption of nutrients. Lactobacillus Acidophilus can help breakdown lactose from dairy foods.


Lactobacillus Plantarum, a friendly bacteria found in fermented foods and your gut, offers a range of potential health benefits. It may aid digestion by breaking down food and absorbing nutrients, and even help crowd out harmful gut bacteria, whilst promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria. Research suggests it might lower cholesterol, improve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, support the immune system, and contribute to overall well-being.

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus
, a probiotic strain found naturally in the gut, is a resident of your gut and offers a range of health benefits. Its presence helps regulate bowel movements, potentially easing symptoms of diarrhoea and constipation. Additionally, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus has shown promise in boosting the immune system, reducing the severity and duration of respiratory infections and allergies. Research suggests its role in preventing urinary tract infections by inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria.


Inulin from Chicory is a source of fibre that feeds the probiotics. This enables the probiotics to work optimally. Inulin is termed to be “Prebiotic”, in that it feeds the good bacteria to multiply and encourage a healthier bacterium in the digestive system.  This improves digestive function and helps the probiotics work better by helping them grow. Inulin helps the body to absorb nutrients by improving digestion.

Black Pepper is usually grown in southwest India. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The active component, Pipeline, helps the body to absorb more Curcumin (from Turmeric).

Turmeric is native to India and throughout southeast Asia. The key active ingredient is Curcumin. This is a strong antioxidant that protects the body from free radicals. Turmeric has strong immune boosting properties and has been used as a traditional herbal remedy in many parts of Asia.

Co Enzyme Q10 is also known as Ubiquinone (which means “found everywhere”). It is a vitamin like substance that is found in almost every cell in the body. CoQ10 helps to convert food to energy in the mitochondria (part of the cell that releases energy). CoQ10 is produced naturally in the body, however as we age, these levels drop off. It is difficult to get enough CoQ10 through the diet. The use of statins has a negative effect on the levels of CoQ10. The biological pathway used by the body to produce CoQ10 involves the production of an intermediary compound called mevalonate as one of the steps. This step is also used by the body to make cholesterol, and it is this step that is targeted by statins to lower cholesterol levels. The use of statins lowers the levels of CoQ10 in the body. CoQ10 can help to improve energy levels and can support the cardiovascular system. 

Black Elderberry is also known as Sambucus Nigra. This is one of the oldest herbs for preventing and treating upper respiratory infections. Elderberries are packed full of antioxidants and vitamins that can help to boost your immune system.

Choline is an essential nutrient that is produced in small quantities in the body. This nutrient is predominately obtained through your diet. Choline plays an important role in many processes in the body, including supporting a healthy nervous system. It is required to make acetylcholine which is a neurotransmitter that is involved with memory and nerve cell connections.

L-Theanine is an amino acid that is found in green and black tea. Studies have found that L-Theanine reduced stress and anxiety without causing drowsiness. L-Theanine may increase serotonin and dopamine levels, which can improve memory and focus. Various small trials have found that L-Theanine improved memory and alertness.

L-Arginine is an amino acid that stimulates the production of nitric oxide, which helps to open up blood vessels, allowing increased blood flow to muscles. Several studies have found that supplementation can improve athletic performance.

Ashwagandha is a plant that in the same family as the tomato. This plant grows mainly in India. This herb is rejuvenating, balancing, strengthening, and calming to the nervous system. It is used to relive mental fatigue, nervous exhaustion and improve memory. 

Beetroot, rich in nitrates and antioxidants, is renowned for its potential health benefits. Studies suggest it may lower blood pressure, improve exercise performance, and enhance cognitive function. Its vibrant colour and versatile culinary uses make it a popular addition to various dishes and beverages.

Montmorency Cherry Extract improves exercise performance and can prevent muscle soreness after exercise. The antioxidants in Montmorency cherries help to reduce muscle pain, especially if taken before work outs.


Psyllium Husk is a super ingredient and is derived from the seeds of the Plantago ovata plant. Primarily known for its exceptional soluble fibre content, psyllium husk is widely recognised for promoting digestive health. When consumed, it absorbs water in the gut, forming a gel-like substance that aids in regulating bowel movements, alleviating constipation, and promoting regularity. Psyllium could be helpful for those with diabetes by potentially slowing down sugar absorption in the gut, leading to improved blood sugar control. Psyllium might contribute to lower cholesterol by binding to cholesterol in the gut and hindering its reabsorption.


Chromium is an essential mineral that plays a crucial role in various physiological functions within the human body. While its primary function is related to insulin, helping to regulate blood sugar levels, it also offers several other health benefits such as weight management, bone and brain health. Chromium is found in a variety of foods, encompassing meats, grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, spices, brewer’s yeast, beer, and wine. However, the levels of chromium in these foods fluctuate significantly due to regional soil and water conditions, agricultural practices, and manufacturing processes.

Boron, a trace mineral, offers various health benefits including improved bone health, enhanced cognitive function, and regulation of hormonal balance. Food sources of Boron include apples, broccoli, potatoes, avocados, peanuts, and prunes. The amount of boron in plant foods depends somewhat on the boron content of the soil and water where they were grown.

Saw Palmetto, a plant native to North America, is often used to support prostate health. Its active constituents include fatty acids and plant sterols, which may help reduce symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and support urinary tract health.

Pumpkin Seeds are a rich source of nutrients like magnesium, selenium, zinc, phosphorus, beta carotene, antioxidants, and fibre. They promote heart health, aid digestion, and support prostate health.

Beta-Sitosterol, a plant sterol found in fruits, vegetables, and nuts, offers health benefits like lowering cholesterol, reducing inflammation, and supporting prostate health. It works by blocking cholesterol absorption, aiding in heart health and potentially easing symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Nettle leaf (Urtica dioica) is rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and offers various health benefits. It may alleviate allergies, reduce inflammation, support prostate health, lower raised blood pressure and aid in blood sugar control. Nettle leaf's constituents include vitamins A and K, iron, and flavonoids.

Tomato powder, derived from dehydrated tomatoes, contains antioxidants like lycopene, supporting heart health and reducing the risk of certain cancers. It's rich in vitamins C and K, potassium, and dietary fibre, offering benefits for skin, digestion, and immunity.

Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) are essential amino acids—leucine, isoleucine, and valine—critical for muscle protein synthesis. They support muscle growth, reduce exercise fatigue, and may aid in recovery. Additionally, BCAAs have been linked to improved endurance, reduced muscle soreness, and enhanced fat loss during exercise.

L-Glutamine is a non-essential amino acid, which is crucial for various bodily functions, particularly in muscle tissue and the immune system. It aids in muscle recovery, supports gut health by maintaining intestinal integrity, and may help alleviate symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and leaky gut syndrome.

Glucosamine is a natural compound found in the body, primarily in the fluid surrounding joints. It is often used as a dietary supplement to support joint health, particularly in individuals with osteoarthritis or joint pain. While glucosamine can be made in the body, its production may decrease with age or in individuals with certain medical conditions.

Chondroitin, a compound in cartilage, is a popular supplement for joint health. It's believed to alleviate osteoarthritis symptoms by reducing inflammation and improving joint function. While research on its efficacy is ongoing, many individuals use it to support overall joint health and manage conditions related to cartilage degeneration.

Vitamin K2, also known as menaquinone, is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays a crucial role in various bodily functions, particularly in bone and cardiovascular health. Unlike vitamin K1, which is primarily involved in blood clotting, vitamin K2 is more closely associated with calcium metabolism and distribution in the body. Food Sources of Vitamin K2 include fermented foods such as Natto, a traditional Japanese dish made from fermented soybeans, and Cheese, specifically aged cheeses, such as Gouda, Brie, and Edam.

L-Tyrosine is a nonessential amino acid precursor to neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinephrine, crucial for cognitive function, mood regulation, and stress response. It's associated with improved focus, memory, and mental performance, especially under stressful conditions.

Sage, is rich in antioxidants and essential oils and offers various health benefits and is linked to enhanced cognitive function, memory, and concentration.  It may improve memory and cognitive function, reduce inflammation, soothe sore throats, aid digestion, and regulate blood sugar levels, with potential antimicrobial properties.

Omega-3 fish oils, rich in EPA and DHA, support heart health by lowering triglycerides and blood pressure. They reduce inflammation, benefiting joint health, and promote brain function, improving cognition and mood.



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 March 2024

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