It is safe to say that most of us that seek natural alternatives are either addressing a particular issue or just wanting to stay healthy so that we can live long and full lives. Let’s face it our health really impacts the quality of life that we live.

There is a growing trend for natural products because many of us have become aware of the toxic nature of many commercially produced products and drugs. This trend has led to an increased suppliers of wellness products, which is both a good and bad thing.

The good is that we now have wide variety of options of products to choose from and there’s an increase interest in research and further enhancement of natural remedies. The bad is unfortunately we also have unethical companies out there. Just because it says natural does not mean it’s always good.

It is important that as consumers we stay educated for our safety and also to get the results we desire. Here are a few tips to getting the most out of your products.

1) Ingredient quality 

Not all products are made the same. They vary in how they are manufactured, where the ingredients are sourced from and dosage of ingredients. Look for organic products with clean ingredients and without the added fillers, binders, flow agents, artificial ingredients or additives. These extra ingredients are often included to save on production cost but can be endocrine disrupters and worse often dilute the potency and effectiveness of the products.

At, all our products are made with clean, organic ingredients and we do not include any fillers or artificial additives in our products. We are focused on delivering results and it shows.

2) Less is often more

That is with dosage and number of ingredients. It’s understandable most people are looking to get the most value for their money so they look for products with a laundry list of ingredients. The problem is that when a product has an excessive amount of ingredient it means there’s less of each and it increase the chances of counteraction. With dosage, a higher amount does not always mean better in fact it can negatively impact your health. There’s a diminishing value after you cross certain quantities which can differ with every herb. A better approach is often the snail verse hare approach, slow and steady. Think long term vs trying to rush to get results.

3) Your lifestyle is the key

Lastly your lifestyle will ultimately determine how well the products work. If you’re taking supplements but eating fast food everyday, you may not get the results you want. Supplements are as the name indicate made to supplement your daily regimen.

If you’re still on the search for the right products, we’ve also put together a short, simple quiz to help you narrow your search. You can also reply to this email with any questions your may have or contact us here.



The Team

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