I am often asked where the herbs, teas and natural health products mentioned in my blog posts can be found. Below, I have created a list quality products and sources, with the hope that they may benefit you as well. Please be advised that some of the links are affiliate links. This means that if you make a purchase through the links on this page, I make a small commission. It does not impact the price you pay; however, it does help to keep Oloxir.com running. Thank you for your support!
Apple Cider Vinegar is packed with healing nutrients and a must in my pantry. Whether it’s for bone broth, marinades, a clarifying hair rinse or sore throat gargle, I use it regularly. Braggs Organic Apple Cider Vinegar with the “Mother” is my brand of choice and you can get it [here].
Coconut oil is another staple thanks to its anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and all around healthy benefits. I like to use it as a healthy fat, as well as for DIY beauty products and hair care. For optimal benefits, I use the organic, unrefined, cold pressed coconut oil like this one [here].
While I prefer to create my own bulk tea, that’s not always feasible. When I need to grab a prepared tea, I go for Organic India found [here]. The teas are organic, sustainable, ethically sourced and non-GMO. Their Tulsi (Holy Basil) tea is great for anxiety relief.
Did you know that cinnamon is antioxidant rich, anti-inflammatory and can reduce insulin resistance among other health benefits? When preparing cinnamon and raw honey tea, I use the organic Celyon cinnamon. Ceylon cinnamon is known as the true cinnamon and contains significantly less coumarin than Cassia cinnamon, which can be harmful in large doses. The current brand in my pantry can be found [here].
It’s no surprise that inflammation is at the heart of countless diseases. Curcumin, naturally found in turmeric is a potent anti-inflammatory but is difficult to absorb in its traditional form. This liquid turmeric extract delivers curcumin at a higher absorption rate for optimal health benefits. You can learn the science behind it [here].
Vitamins and supplements have greatly helped me to bridge the gap nutritionally and I have noticed an improvement in my overall health, hair and skin as a result of taking them. You can learn more about the quality, suppliers and line of available Botanic Choice supplements [here].
Have you ever gone to the store and tried to find dried Ashwaghanda root to make tea? How’d that work out for you? One of my biggest challenges at the start of my natural health journey was finding high-quality, organic medicinal herbs. Whether it’s a plant, flower, bark or simply information on an herb, I have always been able to find it [here].
Dietary Needs (Paleo, Autoimmune, Whole30 etc.…)
One of the most challenging parts of staying healthy can be finding the right foods! If it’s not in your kitchen, how likely are you to eat it? Seriously. If your dietary needs include Paleo, Autoimmune, Whole30, Organic or Grass-fed you can stock up on the essentials [here]. In addition to quality products, I have found their support team to be great.