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An ancient herb for pain and inflammation

By Amanda Ballard / September 27, 2021 / Comments Off on An ancient herb for pain and inflammation

  Though arthritis and joint pain aren’t only relegated to the aged, it is an unfortunate reality for many. Inflammation and the problems it causes can affect young and old. When it strikes, it’s uncomfortable, irritating, and sometimes downright painful. While supplements like glucosamine and chondroiton are typically what come to mind to help maintain…

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All About Berberine

By Amanda Ballard / September 16, 2021 / Comments Off on All About Berberine

Berberine is technically an alkaloid found in plants like goldenseal, Oregon grape, and some turmeric. It’s one of the most well researched and astounding herbs that we’ve found to date that supports healthy blood sugar levels, insulin response, cholesterol, and metabolism. It comes highly recommended from many of our staff and we consider it one…

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Get Your Digestion In Order

By Amanda Ballard / September 16, 2021 / Comments Off on Get Your Digestion In Order

We’re all going to have digestion trouble sooner or later. Be proactive and settle the problem before it starts with Enzymedica Digest Gold. Shop Digest Gold Here¬†

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Amla: An Antioxidant Rich Food You’ve Never Heard Of

By Amanda Ballard / September 9, 2021 / Comments Off on Amla: An Antioxidant Rich Food You’ve Never Heard Of

  Amla is a really exciting nutrient. It’s sourced from a fruit called Indian gooseberry and is a staple in Ayurvedic medicine and Indian cuisine. The fruit themselves resemble and underripe grape and taste like them too. They’re described as sour and bitter, but the health benefits from these golf ball sized fruits are pretty…

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Olive Leaf Extract: An Herbal Powerhouse

By Amanda Ballard / September 3, 2021 / Comments Off on Olive Leaf Extract: An Herbal Powerhouse

  Beyond the pandemic, we have our fair share of illness cut out for us in the months ahead. Colder weather means more time indoors. More time indoors means less air circulation and less sunlight. You know the drill. We’re trying to be optimistic here, but more often than not the winter months mean increased…

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