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Sorry I don't sell Krill Oil.

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Sorry I don't sell Krill Oil.

We don't stock Krill! Go Scandanavian trout or Viridians Vegan Oils instead..

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New Year New You, lets do it right this year!

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New Year New You, lets do it right this year!

Are you ready to Detox your Body?

 

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Female Health and hormonal balance ..let me introduce Viridians female Herbal Complex.

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Female Health and hormonal balance ..let me introduce Viridians female Herbal Complex.

Herbal Female Complex  Shatavari - Shatavari is actually a species of asparagus, that is native to India and the Himalayas. It has a traditional application as a female adaptogen. It is naturally high in isoflavones - the well known phytoestrogens found in soya foods (Saxena et al, 2010). It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine as an antispasmodic, against menstrual cramps, and is also believed to be a uterine tonic - helping to regulate uterine function during different stages of the menstrual cycle. In this context, it is sometimes referred to as a uterine sedative, as many studies have confirmed...

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The amazing 5 HTP

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The amazing 5 HTP

Over the past 40 years or so a number of clinical trials have indicated that 5-HTP may be useful for a broad range of health problems. Ironically, however, 5-HTP does not perform any specific function within the body. 5-HTP actually acts within the body as a raw material, used by some cells within the body to make the important neurotransmitter Serotonin. Therefore when looking at the benefits of 5-HTP we are in essence looking at the benefits of Serotonin. 5-HTP is commercially produced from the seeds of a West African medicinal plant called Griffonia simplicifolia. BENEFITS Depression The vast majority...

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Crohn's Disease and coping..

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Crohn's Disease and coping..

Crohn’s Disease is a condition that causes inflammation of the digestive system or gut. Crohn’s can affect any part of the gut, though the most common area affected  is the end of the ileum (the last part of the small intestine), or the colon. The areas of inflammation are often patchy with sections of normal gut in between. A patch of inflammation may be small, only a few centimetres, or extend quite a distance along part of the gut. As well as affecting the lining of the bowel, Crohn’s may also go deeper into the bowel wall. It’s one of the two...

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