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Consumers Choosing Organic Alternatives to Traditional Pharmaceuticals

SONOMA, Calif., July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- When deciding how to treat common ailments such as arthritis, migraines, eczema, psoriasis, acne, or toe nail fungus, millions of Americans are looking for non-toxic alternatives to traditional pharmaceuticals.  Instead of relying on chemical-filled or steroid-laced drugs that can often trigger harmful side effects, many are now choosing organic medicines to treat and heal their health conditions.

Forces of Nature® offers more than 50 FDA-registered medicines that are chemical-free, fast-acting, and deliver guaranteed healing results without adverse reactions.  Made in the United States in an FDA-Registered Manufacturing Facility, they contain only natural ingredients and medicines that have been certified 100% organic by the US Department of Agriculture.

"Before now, people didn't have many treatment options that were chemical-free and affordable," said Dr. Peter Klapper, a PhD Biologist and the Founder of Forces of Nature®. "We've seen a dramatic surge in consumer interest. In the last 12 months our website has received over one million visits."

Klapper and his team of doctors and scientists invested 12 years into research and development to test and perfect the powerful plant-based medicines, while sourcing over 200 of the purest, most potent organic ingredients from around the world.

Forces of Nature® medicines are unique in many ways:

  • Every Forces of Nature® product is guaranteed to work and is backed by a one-year money back guarantee.
  • They're the only remedies that combine homeopathic medicines with therapeutic plant extracts to treat specific ailments. This one-two combination delivers powerful and effective results.
  • They're the only FDA-registered medicines made with 100% certified organic ingredients. They contain no toxins, pesticides or chemicals.

"Organic medicines are important because when you're sick, your body is imbalanced and is trying to fight infections. You want to avoid anything that contains chemicals because they cause more stress on your system," added Klapper. "Humans beings are an organic species, so the drugs we choose to heal ourselves should be too."

Forces of Nature® medicines are available at 250 Whole Foods Markets, by phone (1-877-975-3797), and online (

About Forces of Nature
Headquartered in Sonoma, California, Forces of Nature® develops, formulates, manufactures and distributes all-natural medicines that are FDA-registered and certified 100% organic by the USDA. The company is privately owned and operated.

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