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Hello Everyone! I pray our blog finds all of you having a wonderful day! As I write my blog today we are finishing up unloading our shipment of 40 tons we just got in! I'm so excited that it is finally here! It's such a blessing to be able to turn all of the things we got into our wonderful products for you all to use!

Last blog I started talking about the amazing capabilities of Adaptagenic Herbs which serve to enhance our health, improve energy, fitness and our immune system. Today I’d like to share some information on a few of these herbs:

Aswaghanda - is very similar to the properties of ginseng. It has been shown to ‘cool’ the effects of the nervous system, thereby reducing pain. It also increases white blood cell counts, simulates “testosterone-like” effects, and improves blood flow to our vital organs. Basically, ashwagandha benefits all parts of our body and can be consumed in tonic or oral capsule form. In some cases, it has been used as a way to treat and reduce malignancy associated with cancer. Ashwagandha has also been shown to aid with improving cardiovascular health, which is important information for athletes. Studies show that supplementing with ashwagandha can provide the right amount of energy needed to get through long workouts as well as allowing for proper cell regrowth and maximum recovery. Lastly, ashwagandha offers tremendous anti-oxidant benefits to your body. Studies have shown that it can eliminate free radicals from your immune system. Free radicals are the agents that cause the breakdown of the body’s tissue, commonly referred to as aging. 

Astragalus - is an herb that has many possible benefits which range from fighting infections to benefiting cancer and AIDS patients. Chinese medicine has used astragalus for a remedy for weakness, edema, respiratory infections, diabetes, night sweats, diarrhea, heart disease, helps the body cope with stress (FYI – 80% of all illnesses are linked to stress in the body!), prevention of bacterial and viral infections, strengthening/boosting the immune system by stimulating white blood cell production and reducing high blood pressure. Studies confirm it contains medicinally active compounds which include saponins, sterols, isoflavones and polysaccharides.

I’ll stop here for now. As Christmas Day approaches we are so thankful for our health, our freedom, our precious new grandbaby, and all of you that support our company through your purchases of our products and services. Please tell your friends and family members about us – it will help us grow!

Thought for Today: Not what we say about our blessing, but how we use them is the true measure of our thanksgiving. ~W.T. Purkiser


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