Health News and Nature's Sunshine Product Specials. What's ON SALE?
• Everyday wholesale prices (Up to 33% Off retail)
• Fast shipping from four (4) warehouses (OH, GA, TX and UT)

Before you go ... choose a "Stay in Touch" option on the left.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

One-Day Special: Thai-Go & Cascara Sagrada




    
Nature's Sunshine Products

Two Best Sellers, One Day Only
Save up to 25% on Thai-Go® and Cascara Sagrada!
May 28 Only 

Thai-Go is a delicious, powerful antioxidant beverage. Packed with fruits and select herbs, it offers incomparable free radical scavenging capacity.*

Cascara Sagrada is our number 1 go-to supplement for intestinal help, providing effective, natural encouragement to the slow-moving bowel.


Special OfferSale Price
Retail Price

Thai-Go® (2 25 fl. oz. bottles)
Buy 3, save 25% (Limit 1)
$132.60
$265.35

Cascara Sagrada (100 caps)
$2 OFF
$8.75
$16.15

Cascara Sagrada (100 caps)
Buy 4, get 1 FREE
$43.00
$80.75

Cascara Sagrada (100 caps)
Buy 9, get 3 FREE
$96.75
$193.80
Buy Now!

Boost circulatory and immune system health with amazing Thai-Go 

This unique, top-selling antioxidant blend is a powerhouse for quenching dangerous free radicals. Share the tremendous health benefits of Thai-Go with your friends and members.
Enhances the immune system.
Supports the cardiovascular system, including the maintenance of capillary walls.
Promotes energy.

It includes:
Mangosteen fruit and pericarp
Concord grapes
Red grape fruit, skin and seeds
Red raspberry
Blueberry
Gogi berry (wolfberry)
Açai berry
Pomegranate
Sea buckthorn fruit
Green tea leaves
Apple

All of which greatly supports circulatory health and boosts the immune system!    Buy Thai-Go Now!

Nourish intestinal health with our best-selling Cascara Sagrada
Cascara Sagrada acts as an herbal laxative, influencing intestinal contraction to promote elimination. It supports waste elimination, helps cleanse the colon of toxins and provides general intestinal support. (Do not use when pregnant or nursing.)  

Buy Now!

Take advantage of these special prices May 28, 2013 ONLY.
Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Thursday, May 23, 2013

13 Super Foods For The Brain


A fast-paced world requires us to stay mentally sharp. But the average American diet is doing all it can to keep our brain synapses from firing on all cylinders.  While life demands more and more from your brain, the food you eat may be giving you a lot of calories without the nutrients you need to meet those demands.

Fortunately, it isn’t hard to find the nutrient-dense foods your brain is craving. So, next time you’re at the grocery store, pass up the processed, sugary items for some of these brain-healthy (and delicious) alternatives:

In general, you want foods that provide 4 things:

• Omega-3s
• Antioxidants
• Anti-inflammation
• Blood circulation

Why Omega-3s for the Brain

Your brain is mostly composed of fat, and it needs fatty acids to process information and for brain cells to communicate. Omega-3 fatty acids – particularly docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) – play an essential role in allowing brain cells to transmit signals properly. Lack of DHA can cause brain signals to become garbled and difficult to read. The harder it is for your brain cells to talk to one another, the harder it is for you to control mood, concentrate, and remember things.

Research also suggests that DHA can actually help you feel happier by prompting your body to release serotonin, the chemical the body uses to boost mood and relieve depression.

Why Antioxidants for the Brain?

Eating foods rich in antioxidants helps control the buildup of free radicals. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals and halt the damaging effects they have on the body. Berries, such as blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, goji berries, and many others are a great source of antioxidants, as are a variety of nuts and seeds.

Why Blood Circulation for the Brain?

While only making up two percent of total body weight, the brain consumes 20 percent of the oxygen your body takes it. Your brain needs oxygen, and your blood is what delivers it. Having a healthy blood flow means that oxygen and nutrients can keep the brain going at full power. Foods like goji berries naturally promote circulation.

Why Anti-Inflammatory Foods?

Various factors contribute to the gradual decline of mental acuity as we age. Recent studies suggest that inflammation, high blood pressure, elevated insulin levels, obesity, arterial inelasticity and a condition known as metabolic syndrome are all risk factors and can lead to a decline in brain health.

13 Super Brain Foods:

• Fish: Salmon, anchovies, mackerel, tuna

Awash with nutrients, coldwater fish like salmon are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, which play an important role in strengthening synapses in your brain, strengthening brain function and memory. One concern that many have about consuming fish are the levels of mercury that accumulate through the food chain and residing in salmon. To avoid contaminates, experts recommend eating wild salmon. Wild Salmon is also an excellent source of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), two potent omega-3 fatty acids that douse inflammation. Sardines, anchovies, and mackerel are also packed with brain-healthy omega-3s, but have lower levels of mercury that may be found in other fish. They’re easy to find canned in grocery stores and you can easily make them an ingredient in snacks and meals.

• Turmeric

This Asian spice Turmeric is commonly found in pre-mixed curry powder and contains a powerful, non-toxic compound called curcumin. Studies found that turmeric’s anti-inflammatory effects are on a par with many potent drugs yet has none of their side effects. Although we don’t recommend substituting anything in place of a doctor’s advice.  In studies, Turmeric upregulates LDL receptor activity.

• Mushrooms:

For thousands of years, the Chinese have revered mushrooms, specifically Shiitake, Cordyceps, and Reishi, for their immune-boosting properties. Mushrooms may reduce platelet aggregation, increase blood flow, and supports lower cholesterol levels. See also: Why Mushrooms Might be the Ultimate SuperFood.

• Avocado

Many consider avocadoes to be the food of the gods. This nutrient-packed fruit (yes, it’s technically a fruit) is high in monosaturated fat, which helps lower cholesterol and improve blood flow. Since the brain uses 20% of all oxygen the body consumes, it’s vital to have healthy blood flow to carry oxygen and nutrients to the brain. Avocados are a good source for omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E, which functions as an antioxidant and promotes healthy brain activity.

• Go Nuts!

Researchers have linked tree nuts to a decreased risk of many diseases. Now there’s evidence that they also improve cognition. Most have high concentrations of vitamin E, B vitamins, antioxidants, magnesium, minerals and Omega-3s. All support the nervous system.

The walnut’s shape resembles a brain, so why shouldn’t it be a brain food? It is! Rich in both omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants, walnuts offer a variety of benefits for brain health. Since omega-3 fatty acids are typically found in meats, walnuts provide a great non-meat alternative. They can help you concentrate and protect your brain against the effects of aging. Walnuts have also been shown to improve mood by influencing the brain’s serotonin levels. For those who suffer from depression, insomnia, or related issues, walnuts may be a helpful food to munch on.

Almonds may help save your memory. In studies on laboratory mice, the rodents rendered temporarily amnesiac were more apt to remember their way around a maze 24 hours later if they first consumed an almond paste. The evidence suggests that almonds slow the decline in cognitive abilities linked to Alzheimer's disease. Investigators attribute the memory effects to the presence of the essential amino acid phenylalanine and L-carnitine, believed to boost neurotransmitters essential to memory.

Brazil nuts can spare the obese the vascular damage associated with adiposity. An excess of fat tissue stimulates low-grade inflammation and oxidative stress, both of which can lead to cardiovascular disease.

With high levels of unsaturated fatty acids and bioactive substances that combat inflammation--selenium, phenolic compounds, folate, magnesium among them--Brazil nuts improved microcirculation, lowered cholesterol levels, and normalized blood lipid profiles without causing weight gain in 17 obese female adolescents.

• Green Tea

China’s favorite drink has been shown to provide many benefits for memory and spatial learning, and may impact cellular mechanisms in the brain. The organic chemical, EGCG (epigallocatechin-3 gallate) that is also found in green tea extract, is a key property of green tea and is a known antioxidant. EGCG is also found to boost the production of neural progenitor cells, which like stems cells can adapt, or differentiate, into various type of cells. In laboratory studies, EGCG enhances learning and memory by improving object and spatial memory.

• Seeds: Flax, Chia, hemp, sesame

These small seeds provide big benefits for both the body and the brain. An even more potent source of omega-3 fatty acids than walnuts, and also a source of B vitamins, eating flaxseeds can be a great way to give your brain cells what they need for improved cognitive function and memory. Flaxseed is also a source of manganese, which acts as a powerful antioxidant. It’s best to grind flaxseed before eating it, since the body has difficulty absorbing the seed’s nutrients when left in its natural state.

Chia seeds are a super-food that the ancient Mayans and Aztecs heavily relied upon. These seeds are packed with omega-3 fatty acids and contain more antioxidants than blueberries. Add chia seeds to your diet for improved concentration, memory, mood, and protection against degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.

Sesame and hemp seeds contain plant sterols that help modulate the immune system and bring down an overreaction.

• Quinoa

Quinoa is an all-around good grain. It makes up a complete protein, containing all nine of the essential amino acids. Quinoa is also an excellent source of iron, which is needed to produce energy for the brain’s neurons. It is also rich in riboflavin (or vitamin B2), which is another important energy source. Since the brain consumes such a large amount of the body’s energy, it’s important to eat the right foods to supply it. Riboflavin also functions as an antioxidant, helping to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.

• Cruciferous Vegetables: Broccoli, Kale, Spinach, Collard Greens, Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, and cabbage

Kids may not consider this the world’s best-tasting food, but broccoli has become highly regarded for being a great source of nutrients. One thing that it’s rich in is Vitamin K, which has been shown to prevent arterial calcification in the brain, which may be linked to Alzheimer’s. Vitamin K also plays a role in creating important fats that the brain needs to perform properly. Other good sources for Vitamin K are kale, spinach, collard greens, and brussels sprouts. Broccoli also contains sulforaphane that helps the body get rid of potentially carcinogenic compounds. In studies, broccoli, red cabbage and sulforaphane have been shown to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress.

• Sweet Potato

A good complex carbohydrate, it’s also a good source of beta-carotene, manganese, vitamin B6 and C as well as dietary fiber. Combined, these are powerful antioxidants that support inflammation in the body.

• Berries: Blackberries, Blueberries, Goji Berries, StrawBerries, Cranberries -- there is no bad berry

Adding berries to your diet can help your brain better process information stay mentally sharp. Loaded up with polyphenols and antioxidants, berries can help reduce inflammation in brain cells, making it easier for them to talk to each other. Polyphenols found in blackberries also help reduce accumulation of toxins in the brain.

Some evidence suggests blueberries, strawberries and cranberries can improve metabolic syndrome through lessoning inflammation.

• Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Olive oil is a great source of monounsaturated fats, which have been shown to slow brain aging. Virgin olive oil is Mediterranean’s secret to longevity. Its rich supply of polyphenols protects the heart and blood vessels from inflammation. The monounsaturated fats in olive oil are also turned into anti-inflammatory agents by the body that can lower occurrences of asthma and rheumatoid arthritis.

• Water

Don’t forget this important nutrient. Water makes up 85% of brain weight. A study in Neurology found that dehydration decreases brain volume, and rehydration increases cerebral volume significantly.


Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always


Sources:
Top 10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods You’ve Got to Know http://theconsciouslife.com/top-10-anti-inflammatory-foods.htm
Brainy Beverage: Study Reveals How Green Tea Boosts Brain Cell Production to Aid Memory http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/09/120905083852.htm
Influence of dietary blueberry and broccoli on cecal microbiota activity and colon morphology in mdr1a(-/-) mice, a model of inflammatory bowel diseases http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22113065
Research reveals a broccoli boost for arteries http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/newssummary/news_4-9-2009-15-8-42
Strawberries, Blueberries, and Cranberries in the Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Perspectives. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22082311
Curcumin up-regulates LDL receptor expression via the sterol regulatory element pathway in HepG2 cells. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1870488
Tweaking dietary fat intake could help slow brain aging, study suggests http://www.boston.com/dailydose/2012/05/18/tweaking-dietary-fat-intake-could-help-slow-brain-aging-study-suggests/OO7tmvxhB2E8V0algT7DlL/story.html
Time to go nuts: Nuts may extend brain and body power http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-04-04/lifestyle/sns-201204031830--tms--premhnstr--k-i20120404apr04_1_brazil-nuts-acids-vitamin
Dehydration confounds the assessment of brain atrophy http://www.neurology.org/content/64/3/548.abstract

Anti-aging Drug Breakthrough

Drugs that combat ageing may be available within five years, following landmark work led by an Australian researcher.  The work, published in the March 8 issue of Science, finally proves that a single anti-ageing enzyme in the body can be targeted, with the potential to prevent age-related diseases and extend lifespans.

The paper shows all of the 117 drugs tested work on the single enzyme through a common mechanism. This means that a whole new class of anti-ageing drugs is now viable, which could ultimately prevent cancer, Alzheimer’s disease and type 2 diabetes.

“Ultimately, these drugs would treat one disease, but unlike drugs of today, they would prevent 20 others,” says the lead author of the paper, Professor David Sinclair, from UNSW Medicine, who is based at Harvard University. “In effect, they would slow ageing.”

The target enzyme, SIRT1, is switched on naturally by calorie restriction and exercise, but it can also be enhanced through activators. The most common naturally-occurring activator is resveratrol, which is found in small quantities in red wine, but synthetic activators with much stronger activity are already being developed.

Although research surrounding resveratrol has been going for a decade, until now the basic science had been contested. Despite this, there have already been promising results in some trials with implications for cancer, cardiovascular disease and cardiac failure, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, fatty liver disease, cataracts, osteoporosis, muscle wasting, sleep disorders and inflammatory diseases such as psoriasis, arthritis and colitis (inflammatory bowel disease).  Read the entire article.

Editor's Note:
Resveratrol possesses antioxidant properties. This substance has been on the market for quite some time and can certainly be used without the wait of the drugs that will be coming out.

Suggested Article:
Resveratrol: Even Low Doses – Found To Keep Hearts Young

My Favorite Source of Resveratrol:
Thai-Go


Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Two Days Only! - 50% Off Stixated for Appetite Control


Nature's Sunshine Products

Special Time-Sensitive Offer! 
Special Offer May 23-24
For TWO DAYS ONLY, try our very popular STIXATED at HALF PRICE.
See why everybody loves this great and inspired product.

Since its announcement we've seen thousands of people enjoy the benefits of this unique and inspired new weight management product.

Because we're confident that you will really enjoy it, we offer this amazing one-time-only deal to you. Purchase your sample of Stixated on May 23-24 at half price, and see for yourself how this product will become a favorite.

Stixated is designed to satisfy you between meals, promote a feeling of sustained fullness and help you consume fewer calories.

Try STIXATED today, feel great and be an inspiration to others.
Special Offer:  Stixated (30 stick packets) - 50% Off
Sale Price:  $15.48    Buy Now!
Our Regular Wholesale Price:  $30.95
Retail Store Price:  $46.45

Stixated™
Stixated™ is a delicious berry-flavored drink mix formulated to help you consume fewer calories throughout the day. 

It contains Garcinia cambogia, one of the most widely researched and clinically supported weight-management supplement ingredients. The hydroxycitric acid in garcinia produces an immediate sense of fullness. 

Stixated also contains chromium picolinate. In studies, women taking 1,000 mcg of chromium picolinate daily consumed 25% fewer calories compared to an 8% reduction of calories in the placebo group. 

NSP's fiber blend provides 3 g of fiber per serving and helps promote satiety, the feeling that tells you to stop eating.

Buy Now!

Customer Comment
This new drink rocks the planet! It’s very sweet and tastes like red kool-aid! Finally, a drink I like besides VitaLemon! Wahoooooooo! Deeeelish! Robin S.


Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Prevent Bladder and Urinary Tract Infections


About half of all women will have the uncomfortable experience of dealing with a bladder infection (cystitis) or urinary tract infection (UTI) at least once in their lifetime.

These types of infections are very common, mainly because of a woman’s unique biology (her urethra is only 1.5 inches long) allows bacteria to easily migrate toward the bladder.

Since recurring bladder infections can lead to kidney infections, which can cause permanent damage, it’s important to take action, and when necessary, seek proper medical care.

1. UTIs are the second most common type of infection in the body, accounting for roughly 8.1 million visits to the doctor each year. Most UTIs are caused by E. coli bacteria, which can be introduced to the urinary tract through improper hygiene habits or as a result of physical intimacy. 

Proper bathroom techniques, including thorough cleaning after each bowel movement and wiping from front to back, can help prevent harmful bacteria from entering the urinary tract. Also, emptying your bladder after intercourse helps expel bacteria that may have entered the urethra.

2. Watch for signs. Symptoms of a urinary system infection can include:
• pain or burning during urination
• the frequent urge to urinate without much success
• a tender or heavy feeling in your belly
• cloudy or foul-smelling urine
• pain on one side of your back under your ribs (kidneys)
• fever and chills
• nausea and vomiting

3. Are you at a higher risk? Women who have diabetes or are pregnant are at a greater risk for contracting a UTI. In pregnant women, the fetus typically presses on the bladder, making it difficult to empty it completely. Stagnant urine left in the bladder is a ripe breeding ground for bacteria. Your risk also increases if you are dehydrated. So drink plenty of water every day to help the urinary system continue to flush toxins properly.

4. Cranberry is your friend. Native Americans have used cranberries to support the urinary system for hundreds of years. Modern research confirms the value of their ancient remedies. Controlled studies show that cranberry juice helps to acidify the urine, which may make it difficult for bacteria to thrive. Cranberry juice also contains a high level hippuric acid, which slows or prevents the growth of E. coli and helps keep bacteria from sticking to the inside walls of the bladder. Drinking 12–16 ounces of cranberry juice a day or taking capsules of dried cranberry juice should do the trick. Blueberry juice may provide similar help.

5. Don’t hold back. Go to the restroom as soon as you feel the urge, and empty your bladder completely.

6. Dress for your health. Cotton undergarments and loose clothing help keep that area of the body cooler and dryer, which means a lower likelihood of bacterial growth. Likewise, avoiding perfumed soaps, bubble baths and scented feminine products can help prevent irritation of the urethra.

Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Outdoor Exercise is Better!


From The Intelligent Optimist
There’s no doubt that running on a treadmill is a good way to burn calories and keep fit. But is it enough? And isn’t there a way to exercise that’s healthier and more fun?

According to recent research, the answer is yes. Our brains and bodies benefit much more from cycling, running or walking when we do it outdoors rather than indoors.

Green exercise, aka vitamin G, is starting to break through. A few gyms already offer outdoor classes, and there are more green recreation areas than ever before.

Exercising in nature is healthier because the air is cleaner. You maintain your workout longer because it’s more enjoyable and less monotonous than exercising in a gym. And it appears that having a view of greenery around you has a positive -mental effect.  Read the entire article.


Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Specials: Blood Pressurex & Mega-Chel




ON SALE - 05/16 - 05/31
Expires Friday, May 31, 2013 at 11:15 PM MST

View Specials On Website



Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $92.80
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $208.80
$2 OFF - $21.20

Blood Pressurex is an excellent blend of essential and natural ingredients that can help your body maintain proper blood pressure levels.



Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $195.75
$2 OFF - $19.75
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $87.00

Formulated to promote strong, healthy circulation through clean circulatory passageways, Mega-Chel is rich in a remarkably large array of nutrients.

HPC banner


Quick Links to The Herbs Place

What's On Sale Now?
Essential Oils
Cleansing 
Women
Men
Weight Loss
Children
Pets
Pets-Heartworm Programs
Air Sanitizer
Non-toxic Cleaning and Laundry
Home Business
Products A-Z
Most Popular Products (PDF)


Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Factors that Lead to Cognitive Decline

Cognition is a group of mental processes that includes attention, memory, producing and understanding language, learning, reasoning, problem solving, and decision making. Nervous system decline can lead to cognitive impairments, ranging from mild memory loss to dementia.

Recent studies have pointed to various factors that may contribute to the gradual decline of mental acuity as we age. The good news is that these factors are at least somewhat preventable when we apply knowledge, good nutrition and healthy habits.

Some of those factors that can lead to cognitive decline include:

1. Inflammation. Inflammation is a protective process that the body uses to fight off pathogens and to respond to injuries. However the inflammation process can become a chronic condition in which the inflammation process occurs regardless of infection or injury. Chronic inflammation is associated with many health issues from allergies to arthritis. New research also suggests that chronic inflammation can lead to cognitive decline, most likely due to the way inflammation disrupts the integrity of the blood-brain barrier.

2. High blood pressure. Your brain relies on a constant, nourishing blood supply. High blood pressure can narrow and block the arteries supplying blood to the brain, which can lead to cognitive problems. Evidence suggests that high blood pressure occurring as early as middle age can increase the risk of dementia later.

3. Insulin levels. Both high blood glucose levels and high insulin levels have been linked to cognitive dementia.

4. Obesity. Particularly in middle age, obesity is strongly correlated with later dementia. Research conducted by the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland, Calif. found that individuals who were obese (as measured by the body mass index) in their 30s and 40s were 74 percent more likely than those of a healthy weight to develop dementia.

5. Arterial inelasticity can lead to vascular dementia, a term for cognitive impairments associated with impaired blood flow in the brain. Vascular dementia is the second most common form of dementia, behind Alzheimer’s.

6. Metabolic syndrome is a name given to a cluster of conditions that increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes and accelerated decline in brain health. The symptoms of metabolic syndrome are strongly correlated with obesity, including accumulation of fat concentrated around the waist, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and high blood sugar levels.

7. Anxiety and depression are linked with increased risk of cognitive impairments, possibly as a result of the high levels of cortisol released through chronic psychological distress.

You can develop strategies now to preserve brain function. The maxim, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is good advice.

Good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle are beneficial to brain health and should be part of a daily health routine. A healthy nervous system is also dependent on keeping blood pressure and body weight in check, avoiding diabetes and its precursor, metabolic syndrome, as well as treating depression and anxiety disorders.

Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Does Open-Heart Surgery Really Work?


Having trouble walking up stairs and experiencing tightness in your chest? If the arteries around your heart are clogged, your doctor will try to remove the blockage by performing an angioplasty. If that doesn’t help, the only remaining option is open-heart ­surgery.

But does open-heart ­surgery really work? ­

According to Nortin Hadler, a University of North Carolina ­professor and the author of The Last Well Person, the procedure doesn’t prolong life or prevent heart attacks except in a minority of ­patients with severely blocked arteries.

What’s more, there’s a risk the ­patient won’t survive the operation (between 1 and 2 percent don’t) and patients ­undergoing the operation also have a 40% chance of suffering side effects.

Los Angeles cardiologist Fouad Ghaly uses an ­alternative treatment: Enhanced External Counterpulsation Therapy (EECP).  The patient undergoes daily one- to two-hour treatments for four to seven weeks at a cost of $5,000 to $6,000. In patients who have had the treatment, Ghaly found that overall physical condition and oxygen uptake increase, the heart pumps harder, and the condition of blood vessels improves.  Read the entire article.


Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Meat On Drugs - 80% of Antibiotics Used on Animals

The declining effectiveness of antibiotics has become a major national public health crisis. according to the national Centers for Disease Control and prevention, 99,000 people died of hospital-acquired infections in 2002, the most recent year for which data are available.

According to the Infectious Diseases Society of America, the vast majority of those infections were caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Such “superbugs”—bacteria resistant to one or more antibiotics—are also showing up in food and causing illness and even death.

The major user of antibiotics in the United States today is not the medical profession, however, but the meat and poultry business. Some 80% of all antibiotics sold in the United States are used not on people but on animals, to make them grow faster or to prevent disease in crowded and unsanitary conditions.  Read the Consumer Reports Special Bulletin.


Sponsored by The Herbs Place - Wholesale Prices Always

Thursday, May 9, 2013

15 Products on Sale - Two Days Only


THP banner


ON SALE - 05/09 - 05/10
Expires Friday, May 10, 2013 at 11:15 PM MST

View Specials On Website



Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $95.00
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $213.75
10% OFF Anti - $21.38

Chinese Anti-Gas is a formula combining 15 herbs. Its Chinese name 'xiao dao' can be translated to "clear the congestion.” It supports both the digestive and detoxifying functions of the body, including the urinary system.



Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $119.20
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $268.20
10% OFF - $26.82

Clearing the blood of impurities is a safe way to prevent tissue degeneration. By strengthening body-wide cleansing mechanisms already in place, you allow your purified blood to deliver more nutrients and carry away more cellular toxins. The result? You feel better and body tissues heal more quickly. Chinese Blood Build is called "Bu Xue" in Chinese, meaning "to nurture the blood.”



10% OFF - $20.25
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $90.00
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $202.50

This formula supports the body in the battle to remove toxins from the entire respiratory tract, especially the lungs.



10% OFF - $20.57
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $91.40
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $205.65

These herbs work to support the body as it attempts to reduce heat and increase the moisture in the body while supporting associated organs and maintaining normal metabolic processes.



10% OFF - $20.48
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $91.00
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $204.75

These herbs nourish the structural and immune systems by purifying the blood and eliminating toxins through a variety of actions.



10% OFF - $20.66
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $91.80
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $206.55

Combination of herbs used for kidney and bone support. Its Chinese name jian gu means to "strengthen the bones.” It nourishes the kidneys and nutritionally supports the urinary and structural systems, eliminating water and providing extra joint support.



Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $84.00
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $189.00
10% OFF - $18.90

Chinese Kidney Activator is a combination of 14 herbs designed to support the urinary and lymphatic systems. The formula promotes kidney function and helps clear retained water from the body, which may positively affect joints.



10% OFF - $17.10
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $76.00
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $171.00

Chinese Liver Balance is a Chinese combination of 12 herbs. The Chinese call this formula "tiao he," which means "harmonizing." In herbology, it is considered a liver-cleansing formula. Additional benefits include digestive and nervous system support and mood enhancement.



10% OFF - $19.94
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $88.60
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $199.35

The Chinese call this formula "fu lei," which means to "strengthen the weak and thin." Lung Support is considered a lung tonic formula. Its primary herbs - anemarrhena, aster, bupleurum and astragalus—- work to boost the immune system, promote moisturization, build energy and support the respiratory system.



10% OFF - $21.56
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $95.80
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $215.55

Its two key ingredients, bupleurum root and cyperus rhizome, support and nourish the liver, the organ (according to Chinese philosophy) that plays an integral role in mood. When the liver is functioning at its peak, positive mood may be maintained.



10% OFF - $19.76
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $87.80
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $197.55

In the Chinese herbal tradition, chi is the vital life force or energy that flows throughout the body. NSP has created Nature's Chi, an ephedra-free formula designed to invigorate the body while reducing the desire to eat. Nature's Chi® TCM Concentrate


10% OFF - $19.75
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $87.80
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $197.55

Nervous Fatigue Formula is a combination of 18 herbs that provide support to the nervous and circulatory systems and act as a general nerve and heart tonic to keep you in top shape. Nervous Fatigue Formula strengthens the body's ability to respond to forces and agents that otherwise weaken it. This formula helps relieve heart stress and helps normalize and improve digestion and sleep.



10% OFF - $23.63
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $105.00
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $236.25

A Chinese combination of 17 herbs that, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine, may nutritionally act as a digestive system tonic and provide energy to a tired body.



10% OFF - $29.93
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $133.00
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $299.25

Stress Relief (formerly known as STR-C) is a Chinese combination of 16 herbs and natural substances designed to support emotional balance and calm a stressed system.  These herbs nourish the nervous system and subsequently help improve gastric function and strengthen the urinary system.



10% OFF - $20.03
Buy 4 Get 1 FREE - $89.00
Buy 9 Get 3 FREE - $200.25

If you suffer from fatigue or degenerative disease, or if you just want to keep yourself fortified against everyday hazards, Trigger Immune may be a wise choice for you.


Quick Links to The Herbs Place

What's On Sale Now?
Essential Oils
Cleansing 
Women
Men
Weight Loss
Children
Pets
Pets-Heartworm Programs
Air Sanitizer
Non-toxic Cleaning and Laundry
Home Business
Products A-Z
Most Popular Products (PDF)