NuAxon Bioscience Welcomes Advisory Board Member!

Bloomington,  February 25,2019 ( PR Submission Site ) NuAxon Bioscience is honored to announce a new board advisor. Nancy Angelini, a licensed massage therapist and alternative health educator hailing from Massachusetts, is now NuAxon’s Education Outreach Consultant. Nancy is well accredited, with over 28 years of clinical experience and having received formal training at East West School of Herbal Studies. In addition to lecturing across the country and throughout the world, she owns Angel Healing Group clinic and enjoys building relationships with and caring for her clients. She is particularly interested in clinical herbalism and has worked with NuAxon’s products for some time.

 Nancy states that she is excited to join NuAxon Bioscience and that “it is a great privilege to assist people to a more balanced and healthy life”. NuAxon manufactures and produces 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. It is eco certified and certified by IMOswiss AG, under the “Fair for Life” program.

The company’s operations are sustainable. Not only does it grow its own organic produce, but it also gathers and educates local farmers on organic and sustainable growing practices. NuAxon funds local farmers’ certification and contracts them to grow and supply herbs and spices. It looks to build a long term revenue engine for everyone in its chain of supply. It has established that individuals are paid 20% more than the average wage for their positions. This has helped over 400 workers 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.

NuAxon manufactures and distributes botanical products around the world and is headquartered in Indiana, USA.

New Mexican Bill Seeks to License and Regulate Naturopathic Doctors

Bloomington, February 20,2019 ( PR Submission Site ) Currently, there is a bill headed toward the New Mexican Senate floor. The bill, sponsored by NM Senator Gerald Ortiz y Pino, has gained a lot of recent attention from its backing by the New Mexico Medical Society and the New Mexico Medical Board. SB 135 seeks to join the growing number of states that allow licensure and regulation for naturopathic doctors in their states. Right now, New Mexico is the only state in the four corners area that does not license naturopathic doctors.

The bill has received a lot of press coverage through a recent event called “The Run”. Created by Dr. Dennis Godby, a practicing naturopathic physician from Sacramento, The Run was orchestrated to promote and bring awareness to naturopathic medicine. In order to qualify, each run must be 50 miles or longer. In New Mexico, The Run took place from February 10-12 , beginning in Albuquerque and ending on the State Capital steps in Santa Fe. It coincided with the Senate Judiciary Committee’s review of SB 135, in which many naturopathic doctors spoke. The bill passed unanimously on February 11th.

Most naturopaths are highly trained. First, naturopaths obtain their undergraduate degree, which consists of pre-med requirements, and pass the basic science board exam. Next, they study Western treatments such as pharmacology alongside alternative treatments such as herbal medicine and nutrition. Although naturopaths are not required to complete a residency, they must pass exams at the end of their program, which takes three days to complete.

Although many naturopaths are well trained, New Mexican law currently does not allow them to diagnose or treat patients. “If [naturopathic doctors] are able to be licensed, we can do all the things we’ve been trained to do, such as lab work and perform physical exams,” explained Dr. Juliette Sweet, president of the New Mexico Association of Naturopathic Physicians and a naturopathic advisor for NuAxon Bioscience, “It’s a public safety issue as well- this bill would allow New Mexicans to be able to differentiate between those who have gone through all that training, and those who’ve maybe just completed an online course.” In addition, the bill would be important “in rural communities because just access to healthcare in general can be very challenging here”.

The SB 135 will soon be presented on the New Mexican Senate floor, and if it passes, will proceed to the House. If you’d like to show support for this bill and you live in New Mexico, you can complete this form, which asks your senator and state representative to support the bill. You can also donate to the New Mexico Association of Naturopathic Physicians here. All money donated goes towards marketing, lobbying efforts, and applications.

Rebel Herbs Announces Product Launch

Bloomington, IN: February 12, 2019 ( PR Submission Site ) Rebel Herbs is excited to announce the launch of 10 original and certified organic single botanical capsules, which applies to the company’s guiding mantra that it should use the least number of herbs as possible to achieve a therapeutic method. The company’s capsules include ginger, holy basil, boswellia, ashwagandha, amla, shatavari, neem leaf, triphala, guggul, and fenugreek.

The single herb capsules combine the power of CO2 extraction with the subtle therapeutic qualities of the hydrophilic extracts. The company’s CO2  extracts are pure and extremely concentrated (as high as 250:1). Chemical solvents and high heat are not used, which ensures optimal stability and better absorption. Additionally, the supplements are subjected to routine testing for foreign material, contaminants, microbiological and heavy metals.

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.

Rebel Herbs to Participate in Integrative Healthcare Symposium

Bloomington, IN, February 6, 2019 ( PR Submission Site ) From February 21-23, Rebel Herbs will be exhibiting at booth #406 during the Integrative Healthcare Symposium (IHS). The annual conference is the only event in North America where practitioners from a wide array of disciplines join together as a unified community. Each year, attendees assemble to learn, connect, collaborate, and incorporate new techniques and insights into their practices. This year, distinguished speakers will discuss a variety of topics, including the evolution of nutrition science, the connection between genes and diseases, and research in the use of cannabis as a part of cancer care.

Tena Edwards, COO of Rebel Herbs, stated that she is, “enthusiastically anticipating meeting and connecting with the attendees, and exhibiting the innovative products and services that our company has to offer”.

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.