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Recovering After You Exercise

By |July 2nd, 2020|

Your sports recovery habits are just as important as your active training time if you want to get the most out of your fitness routine. During your workout, you break down muscle tissue, deplete glycogen, and stress the body. In order to repair, rebuild, and grow new muscle, you need proper recovery, so you […]

An Interview With Sindy Wise, Vice President of Business Development at WishGarden Herbs

By |June 27th, 2020|

Sindy, can you tell us a little about your background and how you became interested in the natural products industry?
My first experience in natural products came from working in a small co-op in Pueblo, Colorado, when I was in high school. I always felt that the community that shopped in the store, and the […]

Staying Fit At Home

By |June 22nd, 2020|

Wondering how to stay fit from home? When you can’t hit the gym or attend your normal exercises classes, it’s helpful to have an effective strategy for maintaining your fitness in a small space, with little-to-no equipment.
Daily movement supports a healthy immune system, boosts mood, mitigates stress, and increases mental focus, just to name […]

A Father’s Day Treat: Adaptogenic Energy Bites

By |June 17th, 2020|

Searching for a way to let Dad know you care this Father’s Day without breaking the bank?  These adaptogenic energy bites are the perfect solution.
These delicious snacks are great for any Dad on the go, chock full of nutrients and adaptogenic herbs that help boost energy and endurance without depleting the body. He […]

Lilac Flower Honey

By |June 8th, 2020|

Right outside my kitchen window stands a sprawling lilac bush. Most of the year, it fades into the background, unnoticed. In the winter, chickadees and finches perch on the bare branches, cracking open seeds from the feeder. In the summer, its dark leaves cast cool shadows, where the hens like to gather on hot […]

Passionflower

By |June 3rd, 2020|

There are over 400 Passiflora species. Passiflora incarnata is the most common species found in herbal products, and the one we’ll focus on in this blog. Common names for passionflower include maypop, purple passionflower, true passionflower, Holy-Trinity flower, molly-pop, pop-apple, water lemon and apricot vine.
The dried or fresh leaves, flowers and vines are used […]