Have you ever thought that there would be an energy and endurance booster that is
made up of a mixture of herbs and a whole food honey bee hive product?
A “booster shot” straight out of the honeycomb?
Well, we did. It’s not science fiction. It’s just science – in alternative health.
Called Apitherapy, it’s an alternative therapy that uses the end product that comes from the
honey bees to help support and then maintain a healthy body, including the heart, brain, liver,
digestive system, nervous system, immune system, and circulatory system.
Zuf Globus and herbalist and scientist Dr. Dr. Alexander Goroshit took it a step further by
combining specially selected herbs with a honey bee hive product.
How EnergyMel Mel is Made
It all starts by combining 8 GMO-free (exotic) herbs with sweeteners (sweeteners are added to
get the honey bees to eat the blend).
When the blend is turned into a sweet “nectar,” our beekeeper feeds it to honey bees. The bees then
store the solution in their honeycombs, and then a normal honey-producing process begins.
Our beekeeper can take the honeycombs as soon as the bees seal the honeycombs. He takes
the sweet herbal blend out of the honeycombs so it can be filtered, and then poured in a
Nothing else is added.
The 8 Herbs in EnergyMel:
Used by natural health care professionals.
Many herbs are now used by clinics for integrative care, like the Cleveland Clinic.
1. Aralia racemosa
This small shrub is grown here in the United States, and can also be found in Canada.
It’s quite often used for promoting a healthy immune system (cells), which ties into having
more energy and endurance.
2. Angelica atropurpurea
A species of flowering plant that are found in moist, swampy woodlands. Its root, seed and
fruit are used by natural healthcare professionals.
3. Inula helenium
From the sunflower species, the root from this this yellow petal plant is use for an array of
symptoms to help keep the “up on its feet.”
4. Plantago major
A small plant that t is native in most of Europe, and northern and central Asia. Its leaves
and seeds are used to combine with other herbs for lackluster symptoms.
5. Vitex agnus-castus
This colorful tree is native in the Mediterranean and central Asia.
The main use is to support a woman’s healthy pituitary gland to produce progesterone and
luteinizing hormones. These are necessary for the body to ovulate, for regular menstrual cycles,
and to help with PMS symptoms.
6. Eleutherococcus senticosus
Also referred to as Siberian ginseng, this is used as an adaptogen for energy.
An adaptogen is a non-medical term used to describe substances that help the body adapt
to stress, and to also exert a normalizing effect upon bodily processes.
Adaptogens work at a molecular level by supporting a healthy stable balance in the
hypothalamic, pituitary, and adrenal glands. These are involved in the stress response.
They work by “hacking” the stress response in the body.
7. Schisandra chinensis
A woody vine native to forests of Northern China and the Russian Far East.
The chemicals in its red berries have been shown to act as an adaptogen for increasing
resistance to outside influences and stress, thus increasing energy, and performance.
8. Panax ginseng
From the ginseng family, panax is grown in Korea, northeastern China, and far eastern
Siberia. Its chemicals is used for stamina, and athletic endurance.
This, too, is an adaptogen, which helps by supporting healthy stress hormones, and for
boosting the cells in the immune system.
Recommended Dosage: Just one teaspoon, twice a day.
Why not try EnergyMel to see how much more you can get done in a day?
Compare it to what you are using now, and then let us know what you think.
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