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DEAL OF THE WEEK: NRx Graviola Extract – 500mg 60 Caps

GRAVIOLA EXTRACT IS ON SALE NOW!

GRAVIOLA EXTRACT IS ON SALE NOW!

Graviola is indigenous to most of the warmest tropical areas in South and North America, including the Amazon. The fruit is sold in local markets in the tropics, where it is called guanábana or graviola. The fruit pulp is excellent for making drinks and sherbets and, though slightly sour-acid, can be eaten out of hand.

All parts of the graviola tree are used in natural medicine, including the bark, leaves, roots, fruit and seeds. Different uses are attributed to the different parts of the tree. The fruit and juice are taken for intestinal worms and parasites, to cool fevers, to increase mother’s milk after childbirth, for relief from diarrhea and dysentery. The seeds are crushed and then used to fight parasites, head lice, and worms. The bark, leaves, and roots are considered a sedative, antispasmodic, hypotensive, and nervine. Tea is made for various disorders using these parts of the tree.

Graviola has been used in herbal medicine for centuries. In the Peruvian Andes, a leaf tea is used for catarrh (inflammation of mucous membranes) and the crushed seed is used to kill parasites. In the Peruvian Amazon, the bark, roots, and leaves are used for diabetes and as a sedative and antispasmodic. Tribes in Guyana use a leaf and/or bark tea as a sedative and heart tonic. In the Brazilian Amazon a leaf tea is used for liver problems, and the oil of the leaves and unripe fruit is mixed with olive oil and used externally for neuralgia, rheumatism, and arthritis pain. In Jamaica, Haiti, and the West Indies the fruit and/or fruit juice is used for fevers, parasites and diarrhea; the bark or leaf is used as an antispasmodic, sedative, and nervine for heart conditions, coughs, flu, difficult childbirth, asthma, hypertension and parasites.

Common names used for Graviola are: Graviola, soursop, Brazilian paw paw, guanábana, guanábano, guanavana, guanaba, corossol épineux, huanaba, toge-banreisi, durian benggala, nangka blanda and cachiman épineux.

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DEAL OF THE WEEK: NRx PomMAX Pomegranate Extract – 400mg 60 Caps

NRx PomMAX Pomegranate Extract – 400mg 60 Caps

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Experience the powerful antioxidant benefits of Pomegranate!

Pomegranate tannins called punicalagins have free-radical scavenging properties in laboratory experiments. Punicalagins are absorbed into the human body and may have dietary value as antioxidants. Pomegranate is effective in reducing heart disease risk factors, including LDL oxidation, macrophage oxidative status, and foam cell formation; all of which are steps in atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. Pomegranate has also been shown to reduce systolic blood pressure, and can inhibit viral infections, it may also have antibacterial effects against dental plaque.

NRx PomMAX Pomegranate Extract – 400mg 60 Caps 
On SALE NOW ~ thru ~ 10/19/2009
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Deal of the Day: Rhodiola Rosea Extract

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Rhodiola Rosea Extract
300 mg 60 Caps
from NutraceuticsRx
(Retail: $43.90)
Our Price: $15.96

Anxious? Mildly depressed? Stressed out? Rhodiola Rosea Extract is a natural herb that can help regulate mood and help cope with the everyday stresses of life. Rhodiola has been used for thousands of years to help deal with stressful conditions in Siberia.

Traditional folk medicine used R. rosea to increase physical endurance, work productivity, longevity, resistance to high altitude sickness, and to treat fatigue, depression, anemia, impotence, gastrointestinal ailments, infections, and nervous system disorders. In mountain villages of the Republic of Georgia, a bouquet of roots is still given to couples prior to marriage to enhance fertility and assure the birth of healthy children. In Middle Asia, R. rosea tea was the most effective treatment for cold and flu during severe Asian winters. Mongolian doctors prescribed it for tuberculosis and cancer. For centuries, only family members knew where to harvest the wild “golden roots” and the methods of extraction. Siberians secretly transported the herb down ancient trails to the Caucasian Mountains where it was traded for Georgian wines, fruits, garlic, and honey. Chinese emperors sent expeditions to Siberia to bring back the “golden root” for medicinal preparations.

DEAL OF THE WEEK: Rhodiola Rosea Extract

** Offer good until midnight on August 12, 2009

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Deal of the Day: Rhodiola Rosea Extract

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Rhodiola Rosea Extract
100mg 120 Vcaps
from Colorado Nutrition
(Retail: $29.95)
Our Price: $11.16

Rhodiola Rosea has been used in Russia traditional medicine for centuries. Found in the polar regions of eastern Siberia, it has been used to cope with the cold Siberian weather and stressful life. Most users find that it improves their mood, energy level, and mental clarity. Overall, Rhodiola Rosea has very few side effects.

DEAL OF THE WEEK: Rhodiola Rosea Extract

** Offer good until midnight on July 29, 2009

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Deal of the Day: Pine Bark Extract

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Pine Bark Extract
500mg 60 Vcaps
from Colorado Nutrition
Retail: $29.95
Our Price: $19.96

Pine bark has proven to be one of the most potent antioxidants, a property that may explain why pine bark has been used in folk medicine around the world. Pine bark contains complex polyphenols that are among the most potent of any plant. Pine polyphenols are powerful antioxidants, giving benefits to the cardiovascular system and the the immune system. They are well known for supporting capillary health. Polyphenols are vigorous free radical scavengers that help the body reduce oxidative stress.

DEAL OF THE DAY: Pine Bark Extract

** Offer good until midnight, July 27, 2009

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Pine Bark Extract and Pycnogenol

Pinus_pinasterOne of the most often asked questions we get is: What is the difference between Pycnogenol and Pine Bark Extract?

Pine Bark Extract (Pinus pinaster) is harvested from maritime pine tree bark. Though there haven’t been many clinical studies at this time, early lab results show possible benefits such as:

  • Pine Bark Extract may lower the blood sugar levels of some diabetic patients.
  • Pine Bark Extract possibly reduces swelling from a circulation disorder called chronic venous insufficiency.
  • Pine Bark Extract may have antioxidant properties.

The active ingredient in Pine Bark Extract is a naturally-occuring chemical called proanthocyanidins. There are many brands that contain this chemical (in differing compounds) and they all serve the same essential function.

So what’s the difference?
Pycnogenol is a registered brand name that refers to the same chemical harvested using a method patented in 1951 by Dr. Jacques Masquelier. Pycnogenol is Pine Bark Extract harvested from a tree in France in such a way that it costs four or five times as much as other brands.

(Pine Bark Extract; American Cancer Society; )

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Deal of the Day: Milk Thistle Extract

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Milk Thistle Extract
200 mg 240 Vcaps
from Colorado Nutrition
Retail: $26.95
Our Price: $15.16

Because the liver plays such a vital role in maintaining health and is continuously exposed to noxious compounds, its protection is vital for the achievement of optimal health. Milk Thistle Extract has been shown to protect and improve the health and functioning of the liver; supplementation with these herbs could have a profoundly positive effect on general health.

DEAL OF THE DAY: Milk Thistle Extract

** Offer good until midnight, July 17, 2009

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