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Sainthood Herbs’ New, Globally Sourced Supplements Offer Health Solutions Without The Guesswork
Date:5/16/2013

PASADENA, Calif. (PRWEB) May 16, 2013

Sainthood Herbs’ new, globally sourced line of superior herbal supplements is focused on one simple concept – giving consumers the healthiest alternative to enhancing their lifestyle with effective yet naturally made supplements. Sainthood Herbs is committed to offering the highest quality standards and ensuring that all of its products are natural, healthy, safe, organic, non-GMO, sustainable and eco-friendly.

With the ultimate goal of designing a healthy alternative that could give a “BOOST” if needed or provide a “SOLUTION” to various health issues, Sainthood Herbs currently offers three specific product categories with distinct sets of benefits:

“BOOST” – Products were designed to give even the healthiest of consumers an “edge up” on their health. The current offering includes formulas that aid in weight management and improve mental agility.

“SOLUTION” – Products were designed to offer support or relief of symptoms associated with certain health conditions. The current line includes formulas that address conditions such as blood glucose, heart and LDL health, as well as simple conditions like stress.

“WOMEN” – Products were designed for relief and support of common issues for women including urinary tract health and symptoms of menopause.

Sainthood Herbs derived its formulas by going back to the foundation of this concept – sourcing the best ingredients globally but then combining modern technology with these time-tested formulas to create natural and synergistic products.

Sainthood Herbs also demonstrates its sharp understanding of consumer trends by providing products that make the decision to purchase an easier task. In a product category inundated with choices, Sainthood Herbs offers specific products designed to target specific needs, eliminating guesswork. With
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