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Get a Fresh Start This Fall with a Gentle Cleanse

September 18, 2018
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The change in seasons often inspires us to make a new start. What better way to start fresh than to do a cleanse? Some people are turned off by the idea of cleansing because it seems too extreme or harsh on the body. Plus, no one is a fan of spending hours chained to the bathroom. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There’s a gentle way to detoxify your system in one week. Let’s be clear what a…

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Health

Apple Cider Vinegar Shots Are All the Rage – Should You Try Them?

August 9, 2018
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Apple cider vinegar is the new “it” drink. Everyone from health bloggers to women’s magazines to Dr. Oz is raving about this buzzworthy health tonic. Even top celebs like actress Hillary Duff, Olympian gymnast Gabby Douglas, and pop star Katy Perry swear by the stuff. What’s all the fuss? A “new” old drink While it may be newly popular, drinking apple cider vinegar as a health tonic isn’t new at all. In fact, apple cider vinegar has been used to…

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Detox Your Summer Indulgences Away with Flor-Essence

July 24, 2018
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Summer is that time of the year we spend vacationing and indulging, which doesn’t always mean we’re living our healthiest lives. Get back to that life of balance and detox some of that excess “summer living” with the help of our light and easy herbal detox, Flor-Essence. Combining tradition, history, and time-tested results, Flor-Essence (US/CA) offers a natural way to flush the body of toxins and waste. Inspired by a traditional Ojibwa formula, the 8-herb formula was developed and perfected through…

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Flor-Essence vs. Essiac

January 30, 2017
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Flor-Essence® (CA/US) and Essiac®: two herbal cleanse formulas that are often referred to synonymously but in fact are made by different companies and are entirely different formulas. We often get asked about both of these formulas and find many customers are unsure of the differences. As a result, we wanted to respectfully point out some key differences and clear things up. Back in 1922, the Canadian nurse, Rene Caisse, was given the names of eight different herbs by a woman…

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