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Blog: Echinacea & Goldenseal – Double Protection!

Echinacea and Goldenseal have both been traditionally used by native peoples of North America for hundreds of years. They are renowned for promoting a healthy immune system response to help overcome illness including fever, cough, runny nose, seasonal illness, and other infections. A large body of scientific evidence points to the effectiveness of Echinacea upon […]

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Blog: Probiotics “for Life”

Probiotics literally means “for life.” They are the bacteria that live in your intestinal tract – all 3 to 5 pounds of them! They’re very important to our health as they help us to digest food and absorb nutrients, synthesize important vitamins, support the immune system (over 70% of our immune system is in the […]

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Blog: Free-Radicals, Aging & Antioxidants – What’s the Connection?

Aging is a natural part of living. We can’t avoid it, however, many of us age faster (premature aging) nowadays due to chronic exposure to free-radicals: unstable molecules that can cause serious damage to cellular structures. Free-radicals are naturally occurring in the body on an ongoing basis. They are produced during normal oxygen metabolism, as […]

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Blog: Stress Got You Near Brea-a-a-king Point?! Try Anxiety & Stress Essentials™

Anxiety – we’ve all experienced it at one time or another: a racing heart, sweaty palms, and that nervous, butterfly-feeling in the stomach. Anxiety is a common and natural response to the challenges and stresses we face, and serves a useful purpose in heightening our awareness (survival mechanism). Once the situation has been dealt with, […]

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Blog: Hawthorn for the Heart

Hawthorn’s reputation as a heart tonic is both renowned and well-deserved, as it reliably provides a slow, gentle effect upon the heart and its associated blood vessels (cardiovascular system). It often requires several weeks of regular, daily use in order to produce appreciable results, though – so slow and steady is Hawthorn’s maxim! Interestingly, its […]

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