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Get Well, Stay Well

Take a shot at our easy and effective strategies to not just fight the flu, but to boost your immune system so it's up for the daily battles of life. It’s not medical advice, just our common sense and experience!
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Drop this into your drink! Oil of Oregano is great for the onset of colds and sore throats and taking just a few drops boosts your immune system and kills off unfriendly bacteria. Even in the event of an injury or infection, oregano oil can be used externally to heal wounds. It’s a medicine chest in a bottle.

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Add this in! Coconut oil is a little miracle worker in a jar. It helps with thyroid stimulation, anti-aging effects, weight loss, and helps to prevent cancer, so why aren’t we all using it?! Not only does it heal internally, but externally as well. It can heal scars, and even shine your shoes! Talk about multi-tasking!

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Soak in a hot bath while adding The Wildly Natural Seaweed Powder Bath to soothe your skin and stimulate your senses. With only the best hand-harvested brown seaweed and naturally nourishing ingredients selected from around the world, you get the benefits of detoxifying all while renewing and improving the condition of your skin, even severe chronic issues like redness and flaking.

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Suck on this! It may not be practical to carry around raw Manuka honey (wonderfully healing, anti-viral and anti-bacterial), so having something small and convenient on hand to soothe your itchy dry throat will carry you through the day. Organic Manuka honey has been proven to be more effective than some over the counter medicine, and helps to fight viral infection.

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oconut water is bursting with vitamins, minerals and electrolytes, which your body needs to fill up on when you’re feeling under the weather. This is in fact nature’s sports drink (and not electric blue in colour!) As it replenishes, revitalizes and energizes – a great way to stay hydrated and give you that extra little “pick-me-up” that you need to get through your sickness and sick day.

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Brush Off! Your skin is the largest organ on your body and plays a major role in detoxifying your body each day. Dry brushing is one of the easiest ways to detoxify, and it aids in removing dead skin cells, stimulates circulation, helps eliminate harmful toxins and reduces the appearance of cellulite. Need we say more?

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Try Four Sigma Instant Chaga Tea for a warn, tasty, healing brew. Stir this mushroom dual extract and herbal blend powder into a cup of hot water (great in cool water and smoothies, too) to help you strengthen your immune system and fight against pathogens – who needs a pill when you can drink natural wellness?

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Sweat is your friend when you feel a cold or flu coming on. Running a hot bath opens pores and prepares your body for cleansing, allowing your body to eliminate the cold/flu virus. But remember to drink lots of water afterwards, since you will need to replenish what’s being pulled out of your system. Soak in a hot bath while adding The Wildly Natural Seaweed Powder Bath to soothe your skin and stimulate your senses.

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Cotton is considered the world’s ‘dirtiest’ crop due to it’s insane use and overuse of insecticides, hazardous to both human and animal health. Just think about those not-so-snuggly conventional cotton hand towels we rub our clean hands and face on. Choosing organic cotton or other eco happy fibre towels are best (and safest) for our skin and our world.

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Heal chapped/sore/runny noses, soothe sore throats, and eliminate head, nasal, throat, and chest congestion with the natural power of Seabuckthorn, Peppermint, & Eucalyptus.

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