June 19, 2021

Ordinary Vegan Podcast #37: Nature’s Best Remedies

What if I was to tell you that the best home remedies for chronic disease come from Mother Nature and may be sitting in your refrigerator right now?  

Though plant-based herbs and foods have been used for hundreds of years to heal, scientists are finally starting to substantiate plant’s abilities to reduce blood pressure, improve skin problems, fight coronary disease, improve symptoms of vertigo, enhance athletic performance and even help with hearing loss. 

Find out the foods that have these healing properties and how to include them in your everyday diet. It is easier than you think. 

More medicinal foods and their cures can be found here in podcast #14 – Ordinary Foods with Extraordinary Benefits.

Hope you enjoy Mother’s Nature’s healthy alternative to conventional medicine.

Today’s flavor-packed, hearty, gluten-free, vegan burger recipe made with beets, quinoa, and black beans can be found here. 

As discussed in today’s podcast, many people in the wellness world are turning to cannabidiol, commonly referred to as CBD, for its potent anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety effects. 

In 2018, after two years of research, I launched my first product – Ordinary Vegan plant-based CBD Oil from Hemp.  My fact-finding, research, and testimonials from our vegan community proved to me that this natural food supplement could help people with anxiety, depression, migraines, arthritis, neuropathy, and chronic pain, and that excited me because all I want to do is help people feel their best.

You can learn more about vegan CBD oil from hemp here, and I hope CBD can make everyone’s pain and anxiety more manageable. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me with any questions you may have at questions@ordinaryvegan.net.


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