Rebel Herbs to be a Featured Exhibit at Hawaii Doc Talks Event
Bloomington, January 8, 2019 ( PR Submission Site ) From January 21-28, Rebel Herbs will be exhibiting at the Doc Talks conference in the Courtyard Marriott Konda Beach Hotel located in Kona, HI. Doc Talks is a conference for professionals in the naturpathic medical field to participate in a collaborative learning environment. Many prestigious speakers will be focusing on an array of practices and products in alternative healthcare.
Jason Edwards, CEO and founder of Rebel Herbs, stated that he, “is excited to participate in Doc Talks” and that he is “honored that Rebel Herbs is recognized as a distinguished company that is continually seeking to improve naturopathic healthcare through innovative means”.
Rebel Herbs is a brand of unique organic herbal products; including supplements, powders and vapors which are made exclusively from plants grown and harvested at the company’s certified organic farms. The company’s mission is to bring Ayurveda, an ancient healing practice hailing from India, to the global market by means of easier accessibility while ensuring quality and ethical responsibility for all parties involved.
The company’s operation is sustainable. Adhering to its resolve for economical and ethical accountability, it has educated local farmers on organic farming and other viable practices. The company funds local farmers’ certification and contracts them to grow and supply herbs and spices. The company looks to build a long term revenue engine for everyone in its chain of supply. The company has established that its workers are paid 20% more than the average wage for their positions. This has helped over 400 employees living in India provide a better life for their families. Furthermore, this method provides the crucial processes that the company has for full control of its product from soil to shelf, in addition to minimizing environmental impact.
Rebel Herbs manufactures and distributes botanical products around the world and is headquartered in Indiana, USA.