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Blog: To Bee, or Not to Bee – That is, Indeed, the Question!

Bees, bees, those busy bees! Amazingly, these little creatures are responsible for pollinating almost 75% of the 100 crop species that provide virtually all of our global food supplies (90 percent of it). Many vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes and seed crops are dependent on pollination, and most of that is done by wild bees. As […]

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Blog: Superfood from the Andes!

As you can see by the attached picture, this superfood looks a bit like a cross between a turnip and a beet – its appearance belies its reputation, though! Maca is an important staple of the indigenous peoples of the Andes. It has been cultivated as a starch crop since pre-Incan times and has an […]

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Blog: Get Back-to-School Protection with Echinacea & Goldenseal!

Echinacea and Goldenseal are two of our best herbs for immune system support and protection. They’re great at helping us to fend off seasonal illness (fever, cough, runny nose, cold & flu) – something we’re all more prone to, it seems, once school lets back in! Echinacea contains a rich blend of plant compounds, one […]

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Blog: Olive Leaf Extract

We’re all familiar with olives as a delicious hors d’oeuvre, or the healthy, edible oil pressed from the seed of this fruit. But the Olive tree doesn’t stop there with its life-promoting benefits – it provides even more! For thousands of years, the leaves of the Olive tree (Olea europaea) have been used as a […]

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Blog: Prostate Health

Gentlemen, are you making several nighttime bathroom trips? Or having difficulty “getting the flow” going? As men approach mid-life, they often begin to develop a condition called benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). Benign prostatic hypertrophy is an enlargement of the prostate gland, which is a small, walnut-sized gland encircling the urethra. It enlarges due to the […]

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Blog: Ginkgo – “Living Fossil”

The Ginkgo tree is one of the oldest living species of trees on the planet, dating back over 300 million years. Ginkgo is probably most renowned for its ability to help with memory and cognitive function. Ginkgo leaf has been shown to improve circulation to the brain which, in turn, elevates oxygen levels. This boosts […]

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Blog: Nature’s Immune Booster

Astragalus has been used for centuries to support the immune system, and is particularly effective for stimulating ‘deep immunity.’ This makes it especially helpful for those who get sick often or easily, for illnesses that do not resolve in a reasonable amount of time, and for those prone to viral and bacterial infections or who […]

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Blog: One of Nature’s Best Herbal Aphrodisiacs…

According to folklore, Damiana (Turnera diffusa) is a traditional aphrodisiac of the peoples of Central America, where it grows in the hot climate of this region. It is still used today (worldwide) for supporting sexual desire and libido, as well as for more general sexual restorative purposes. Damiana is considered to have a ‘testosterogenic’ quality, […]

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Blog: Constipated? Put some spring back in your step!

Many health advocates believe that the cornerstone of good health is a healthy digestive tract. When your bowels are ‘sluggish,’ chances are you’ll feel sluggish, too! Years of eating a not-so-great diet can result in a build up of waste material in your intestines. This puts a toxic burden upon your entire system. Supporting colon […]

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Blog: Hyperactivity and Attention Deficit? Natural Help!

What Is Kid’s Attention Gold? Kid’s Attention Gold is a special blend of 5 herbs traditionally used to support focus and concentration. It is effective for improving the ability to maintain concentration and focus, reducing mental fog, and alleviating stress and fatigue. It can be helpful for those who have attention deficit and/or hyperactivity which […]

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