12 Days of Christmas Giveaway!

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We here at Enerhealth are getting in the Spirit of Christmas!12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Starts Today!

In Addition to the great sale prices, 10-35% off – no coupon necessary, we will be Giving Away a product to one person that orders each day for the next 12 days!  We will let you know if you are the receiver of our gift!

Remember if you want to purchase any herbal product, including kits and medicine cabinets, are 20% off and you must use the code herb20 to get that discount.  For any other product on sale no coupon is necessary!

Almost everything is on sale, Enerfood, NutriCafe and Cocoa Mojo all make great gifts!  Order now and get them before the holidays And have a chance to get a free product


Christmas Sale! 10-35% Off

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We decided to start our Holiday Sale Today!  10-35% off on select products and they are already marked down on the site, no coupon code necessary!  If you want to purchase our great herbal medicine, you will need to use the code ‘herb20’ for 20% off all herbs including medicine cabinets and ‘packs’.

These are great products at really fabulous prices, take advantage today!

Merry Christmas!


Alert! Big Ag at it again-patenting conventional seeds & foods

November 7, 2015 by  
Filed under Economy, Environment, Farming, Food, Food Watch, Green Living

In a very disturbing development Syngenta has patented a pepper strain developed through conventional means. By doing this, these big Ag companies are establishing a precedent for the privatization of our seeds and the foods that we eat.

I don’t know about you but I was fine with our agricultural system BEFORE these big Ag companies began patenting and introducing GMOs, a strategy that now extends to hybrid plants.

The Center for Food Safety reports:

“The history of seed development, distribution, and ownership reflects today’s dominant economic paradigm of the last several decades, which converts basic elements of life – such as seeds and genetic resources – into private, commercial assets.

Until the last few decades, seed development and distribution in the U.S. was largely under the purview of the public sector and augmented by hundreds of small, often family-run, seed breeder businesses, which acted mainly as distributors of publicly developed seed varieties. This contrasts sharply with the situation today in which the top ten companies control 65 percent of proprietary, or intellectual property (IP)-protected, seed.”

Do you really believe that any private company should control access to the seeds and plants that supply the foods we eat?

*By the way, our Daily Immune Support caplets, 100% organic medicinal mushroom blend, is on sale now for 15% off this weekend.  These are safe and effective, take 1 or 2 a day and – Avoid sickness this winter, immunize!

Mushroom based Pesticide…

June 25, 2015 by  
Filed under alternative medicine, Farming, Green Living

Not surprisingly the patent filed by Paul Stamets, recognized mycologist, has largely been ignored.  A natural product that can be as effective as the nasty stuff produced by the big fertilizer/pesticide corporations would be one of the most ‘disruptive technologies’ on the planet today!  Disruptive, meaning tons of profits would be ‘redistributed’ away from those big league companies to the new natural technology leaders.  Do you think that this would happen in today’s world?  If you don’t believe it then you agree with me that there is far too much power held by these corporations and they are not afraid to use it anywhere at anytime.  You can see this happening today as our elected leaders’ opinions/votes are swayed away from what is good for We The People to what is best for Big Business!

I am probably just having a bad day because I don’t see this getting any better during my lifetime…Read the article that talks about this natural pesticide here

Nuclear Power Plants in the U.S.

After looking at this map, I decided the East Coast of the U.S. is out of the question as far as a location to live (die) in.  If there were an accident or, God help us, a terrorist attack, any one of these would cause tons of casualties!  Click here to view map.

Monarch butterfly decline linked to spread of GM crops

June 9, 2014 by  
Filed under Farming, Green Living

The main cause of the monarch butterfly’s decline is the loss of milkweed — its food — in its U.S. breeding grounds, a new study has found. That all but confirms that the spread of genetically modified crops is indirectly killing the monarch.

This past winter, the number of monarch butterflies wintering in Mexico fell to its lowest since 1993, when records first started being kept, the World Wildlife Fund and Mexico’s Environment Department reported in January. That report blamed the loss of milkweed owing to genetically modified crops and urban sprawl in the U.S. and illegal logging in the butterflies’ Mexican wintering ground.

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Third of all honeybee colonies in England did not survive winter

June 13, 2013 by  
Filed under Farming, Green Living

More than a third of all honeybee colonies in England died over the winter, according to figures from the British Beekeepers Association, the worst losses since its winter survival survey began.

On average, 33.8 colonies in every 100 perished over the long winter of 2012-13 compared with 16.2% the previous winter. In the south-west of England, more than half of all colonies were wiped out and in the northern part of the country 46.4% didn’t survive.

In Scotland and Wales, honeybees fared no better. The Scottish beekeepers association, which has yet to complete its annual survey, predicts losses of up to 50%. And bee farmers in Wales have reported 38% losses.

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This College Student’s ‘Turtle Project’ Proves Humans Are Jerks

December 27, 2012 by  
Filed under Green Living

Nathan Weaver, a student at Clemson University, was trying to figure out how to make it safer for turtles to cross highways. What he ended up finding was that turtles will never be safe because the human heart is dark, and there will always be drivers who intentionally run over or try and aim their vehicles at the defenseless reptiles. Wait, what? No. That can’t be? People are good and only have road rage toward other drivers. Right? Nope. The AP reports:

Weaver put realistic-looking rubber turtles, no bigger than a saucer, in the middle of a lane on a busy road near campus. Then he got out of the way and watched as over the next hour, seven drivers intentionally ran over the turtle, and several more appeared to try to hit the defenseless animal, but missed.

Oh, what’s that sound? Faith being lost in humanity? Sounds about right. Weaver, as the AP reports, recorded one in 50 drivers actually ran over the dummy turtles. That ratio isn’t exactly alarming, but consider how long it takes turtles to cross the road and becomes plain to see that road-crossing for turtles on any semi-busy road means guaranteed death. That doesn’t even take into account people trying to hit the turtle and missing. So this is just an anomaly, right? Maybe people in South Carolina really don’t like turtles for whatever reason?

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Lead in Lipstick??

February 16, 2012 by  
Filed under Green Living

Everyone must read the article below. Most women are unaware that there are dangerous substances in their make up, such as lead in many lipsticks. Lead is not good for you in any shape or form.


There are other unsafe substances in many skin care products including shampoo…not to mention the flouride and sweeterners found in toothpaste.


I would urge women everywhere to look for a great source for quality organic skin care products.

 Lead in Lipstick: 10 Worst Brands, Better Alternatives

Could a pretty pucker be the kiss of death? According to Reuters, about 400 lipsticks recently tested by the FDA contain traces of lead. In 2007, the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics ran its own tests on 33 red lipsticks and found that one-third exceeded the FDA’s limit for lead in candy. Lead levels have gone up since then.

The FDA pushed back in its latest report stating that: “Lipstick, as a product intended for topical use with limited absorption, is ingested only in very small quantities. We do not consider the lead levels we found in the lipsticks to be a safety concern.” However, Stacy Malkan, of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics disagrees. “We know that ingestion of lipstick happens,” she told Reuters. She also points out that lead accumulates in the body over time.


The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is particularly concerned about lead exposure for children and pregnant women. The CDC’s Advisory Committee for Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention recently stated that there is no safe lead level for children. Lead poisoning causes a wide range of problems from low IQ and slowed grown in children to memory loss, mood disorders, and miscarriage in adults.


The FDA found the highest levels in lipsticks made by Procter & Gamble (Cover Girl brand), L’Oreal (L’Oreal, Body Shop and Maybelline brands), and Revlon. The lipsticks containing the most lead (measured in parts per million) are:


1. Maybelline Color Sensational, Pink Petal (7.9 ppm)


2. L’Oreal Colour Riche, Volcanic, (7.0 ppm)


3. NARS Semi-Matte, Red Lizard (4.93 ppm)


4. Cover Girl Queen Collection, Ruby Remix, (4.92 ppm)


5. Nars Semi-Matte, Funny Face (4.89 ppm)


6. L’Oreal Colour Riche, Tickled Pink (4.45 ppm)


7. L’Oreal Intensely Moisturizing Lipcolor, Heroic (4.41 ppm)


8. Cover Girl Continuous Color, Warm Brick (4.28 ppm)


9. Maybelline Color Sensational, Mauve Me (4.23 ppm)


10. Stargazer Lipstick, #103 (4.12 ppm)


California, which has the nation’s most stringent laws about lead in consumer products, has imposed a safety limit of 5.0 ppm for lipstick. If you are concerned about contaminants in your lipstick or other cosmetics, the Environmental Working Group rates over 1000 cosmetic lip products on its searchable database. Because there are thousands of lipsticks on the market, the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics says its impossible to test every one and the best thing you can do is support an outright ban on lead. However, here are 11 products they have found to be lead-free.


You might look at EnerHealth Botanicals‘ skin care line. It is completely organic.

Can the ancient discipline of yoga really be so dangerous?

January 13, 2012 by  
Filed under Green Living

I felt I had to comment on this article by Lisa Collier, itself a commentary on an article that appeared in the New York Times very recently. As always there are a plethora of opinions on whether yoga is really good for you. My experience, and mine is personal, is that yoga, when practiced wisely and when learned from a well trained teacher, is not only safe, it is potentially transformational in its benefits, if practiced diligently. It offers much more than just the physical exercise, which is very beneficial in itself. It also offers techniques that bring you a very good feeling of calm and peace, something so lacking in our modern fast paced world. What’s more it also has a side to it that works with the breath, using it to greatly improve your lung capacity. When you look at the ten well known codes of conduct in yoga; the Yamas and Niyamas, you find concepts that you will find in all of the most revered spiritual texts of the world. However, when yoga is mindlessly practiced as a sport instead of a transformational practice, in a spirit of competition rather than self development it can indeed be dangerous. It is at once dangerous and transformational. All depends upon how you approach it and who you learn from.

Hot controversy is raging in cyberspace about a New York Times article called “How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body” with medical practitioners and yoga devotees taking vehement stands for and against this popular workout. The article is being flamed on Facebook, and normally zen-like yogis are up in arms.

The Daily Beast quoted one yoga teacher describing the article as fear-mongering, while a yoga publication contended that The New York Times is trying to “wreck yoga” with an article that “cherry picks a few extreme events.”

The number of Americans who twist themselves into pretzel-like postures in search of mental and physical benefits has soared from 4 million in 2001 to 20 million in 2011. But is the exploding popularity of this ancient workout causing an epidemic of injuries and even disabilities? Or is William Broad’s article slim on science, as critics charge? Here’s a look at the debate.

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Is Yoga Harmful?

The article quotes a yoga teacher, Glenn Black, who advises “the vast majority of people” to give up yoga because it’s simply too likely to cause harm. Yet Black, whose clients include celebrities and prominent gurus, continues to train students in this supposedly dangerous activity, while warning that even celebrated yoga teachers “injure themselves in droves.” He cites two cases in which an Indian yogi broke three ribs during a spinal twist and a leading American teacher lost movement in her hip joints.

Black is also quoted as saying that clients often seek him out after being hurt in other yoga classes, due poorly trained teachers who have jumped on the yoga bandwagon and who push students beyond their physical limits, with increasingly difficult poses, such as shoulder and head stands.

Yet Black also acknowledges that he has no formal training himself in determining which poses are helpful or harmful for students.

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Is there any scientific proof that yoga causes damage?

The article claims that many commonly taught yoga positions are “inherently risky.” As evidence, Broad cites a 1972 “article” in British Medical Journal reporting that certain yoga poses might cause stroke in relatively young people due to hyperextension of the neck, as can also occur during whiplash. However, the “article” is actually a letter to the editor and not scientific proof.

Broad also describes several bizarre case reports from medical literature, including a 28-year-old woman who had an apparent stroke after doing a yoga pose called the “upward bow,” leaving her with harrowing disabilities. That calamity occurred in 1973. Broad also reports that ER visits due to yoga injuries are “rising quickly,” with the Consumer Product Safety Commission reporting 13 such visits in 2000 and 46 in 2002 (the most recent year listed). That’s actually lower than the number of Americans struck by lightning each year (about 270).

What are the health benefits of yoga?

Numerous studies have shown both short- and long-term benefits of yoga, with research presented at the 2011 meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine finding that people who practice yoga regularly have lower rates of joint pain, headaches, and stress compared to people who perform regular cardiovascular workouts or strength training. Other documented health benefits of yoga:

* Asthma relief. Several studies, including a randomized 2009 study of 120 patients, find yoga’s deep rhythmic breathing can improve asthma.
* Better sex. A study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that practicing yoga for 12 weeks improved women’s desire, arousal, satisfaction, and orgasms. Among the poses used in the study were triangle pose, snake, and half spinal twist. Doctors in India found that yoga outperformed medication in treating premature ejaculation in men.
* Non-surgical relief for shoulder injuries. A 2011 study by Loren Fishman, MD and other doctors found that a yoga-based maneuver (a chair-assisted headstand) can help people with rotator cuff tears recover—without surgery.
* Easing menstrual pain. Another randomized 2011 study reports that three yoga postures (cobra, cat, and fish poses) effectively reduced the severity and length of menstrual cramps in young women.
* Stronger bones. Another of Dr. Fishman’s studies found that a routine of 10 yoga poses helped improve bone density in older women with osteoporosis, the brittle bone disease that can lead to fractures.

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What’s the bottom line on yoga?

A few case reports from the 1970s hardly prove that yoga is inherently more dangerous than other types of exercise. In fact, many other sports have a far greater rate of injuries: Witness the millions of concussions that occur every year during football, soccer, and other team sports. To avoid getting hurt during yoga, Dr. Fishman advises finding a well-trained teacher and avoid overtaxing yourself as you gradually master the poses.

Unquestionably, overzealous students who are learning a new sport of any kind, including yoga, can risk injuring themselves if they try to do too much too soon. But given yoga’s many health benefits, with a few sensible precautions, there’s no reason why the 20 million Americans who practice yoga should give it up.

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