​Yes, you can stay healthy this Winter! This is how we do it!

Pamela Stanford on Feb 3rd 2022

2022 has definitely started out with a blast of nationwide freezing winter temps! January has been brutal with cold temperatures and wild weather all over the USA. Staying inside, snuggled, and warm feels great when it is cold, but it isn’t the best environment to stay healthy. Indoor air quality suffers as doors and windows are shut to keep the heat in and the cold out. There isn’t much opportunity for fresh outdoor air to circulate throughout the home.

This enclosed climate of stale air creates the perfect indoor environment for invading illness bugs to spread. All it takes is one nasty bug to turn a warm, happy, and cozy home into a house full of miserable feeling people. No one wants to face a winter of suffering from coughs, sneezes, fevers, and chills.

There are things you can do to banish those illness bugs and avoid getting sick. Simply add 2 neem capsules with your daily supplements as part of your wellness routine. It won’t take long for you to start feeling a bit better every day. The naturally protective properties in Neem assist the body in two ways: it boosts the strength of red blood cells and white blood cells plus boosts white blood cell production. I love how neem helps our family stay healthy all year long!

While you may be new to learning about neem, it actually is a well-documented ancient herbal remedy. Neem has been used for illness treatment and to promote wellness for over 4000 years.

According to the National Academy of Sciences, neem deserves to be called “the wonder plant.” They did 2 decades of research and published the book “Neem: A Tree for Solving Global Problems” in 1992. They shared their research to educate the world on the amazing health and healing attributes of the neem tree.

(Click the link below to get your free PDF of the book.)

“Neem: A hands-on guide to one of the worlds most versatile herbs”

Walk in good health,
Pam “The Neem Queen”

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