What’s New? NOVEMBER 2021
GEORGETOWN MARKET ESSENTIAL OILS
In addition to the familiar brands you love, we also pride ourselves on being able to offer you our new outstanding private label Georgetown Market brand, including our new essential oils, manufactured for us by Vitality Works in Albuquerque, New Mexico. All herbs are grown sustainably. Vitality Works is highly selective with sourcing, but still the quality and purity of each product is checked every step of the way. Organic and non-GMO herbs are always purchased whole (not ground or powdered), immediately upon harvesting. This allows for organoleptic evaluation (the process of using the senses to determine identity and quality) on top of extensive laboratory testing to detect any possible heavy metals, other environmental contaminants, and potency. You can feel good knowing that the Georgetown Market brand cuts NO corners when it comes to quality! And this month, all oils are on SALE for 15% OFF!
In Ayurveda, teas are the traditional method of delivering the medicinal effects of herbs and spices to our body’s tissues. Make delicious DelighTeas part of your daily routine to support digestion, detoxify the body and organs, all while revving up metabolism! All products are vegan, made with only organic ingredients and are free from gluten, GMOs, sugar and preservatives. Ayurvedic Herbs & Turmeric Tea, Ayurvedic Stomach Relief & Liver Support Tea, Ayurvedic Cumin Coriander & Fennel Tea (50-60 Servings each) and Ayurvedic Golden Milk Blend (120 Servings). $14.99-$15.99
GARDEN OF LIFE Dr. Formulated QUERCETIN Blends
NEW Powerful Plant Flavonoid Antioxidant & Anti-inflammatory Blends from Garden of Life’s Dr. Formulated. Four Blends: Quercetin w/D3 & Zinc (Immune, Bone, Breast, Skin Health), Drop Uric Acid (Gout, Kidney Stones, Heart Health), Immune (Immune, Respiratory & Skin Health), Recovery (Post Workout Joint & Muscle Recovery). Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Non-GMO. Sale: $12.59-$20.99
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