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  • Writer's pictureTeresa Bowen

Non Toxic Health Vitamin C boost immunity, but not just any old C.

We at Mahanaim Supply love our Young Living Essential Oils and Supplements. No filler no toxins even the citric acid in our vitamin is made from apples. The essential oils are pure therapeutic grade oils that you can trust to use in your home and on your family. Here is a link if you would like to get your products for wholesale;

If you would like an essential oil safety guide please reply to email or DM on Instagram @mahanaimsupply

Super C Chewable Tablets 90 ct

Super C Tablets 120 Count

With the talk of so many viruses going around, let's talk about how can we support our immune system? Give it sleep and exercise, reduce stress, eat lots of vegetables, avoid toxic insults such as alcohol, tobacco, pesticides, parabens, phthalates and plastics and get outside!

There are many studies done on the volatile organic compounds identified in plants known as phytoncides. They serve to protect the plant against invasion by bacteria, fungi and viruses (sound familiar?!?!). Studies have found that when people spend time in nature that they inhale these phytoncides, which work to improve immune function in humans as they do in plants (Li et al., 2006, 2009).

Certain plants have been used throughout the ages in traditional cultures to bolster the immune system. Elderberry, astragalus, and echinacea are among those that have evidence to support their use. We have all of these in our home in the form of capsules, teas or syrup.

If you can’t get outdoors to decrease stress and assist with immune balance, why not diffuse tree essential oils?!? Some of my favorites: Sacred Mountain, Pine, Cypress, Idaho Balsam Fir (now known as Idaho Grand Fir), Palo Santo and Hinoki.

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and a strong immune system is the key to prevention. So, hug a tree, diffuse some tree oils, and believe in the medicine of nature.

Li Q. Kobayashi M, Wakayama Y, Inagaki H, Katsumata M, Hirata Y, Hirata K, Shimizu T, Kawada T, Park BJ, Ohira T, Kagawa T, Miyazaki Y. Effect of phytoncide from trees on human natural killer cell function. Int J Immunopathol Pharmacol. 2009 Oct-Dec;22(4):951-9.

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