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Guess What? You Can Find it On Amazon

It’s a jungle out there… “there” being the wilds of Amazon.com. But if you know where and how to look (without getting sucked down the rabbit hole of passionate, novella-length reviews of household appliances...been there), you can stock up on a number of wellness essentials. Since you already know we’re fans of having healthy stuff delivered straight to our doors, here are some of our favorite finds:

Gynostemma Tea

In China, the gynostemma plant, a.k.a. jiaogulan, is considered “magical grass,” and if that doesn’t make you want it in your teacup, we don’t know what will. While you may have heard the recent news about coffee helping you live longer, people have been brewing up gynostemma, an adaptogenic herb, for years to encourage longevity, as well as to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, fight free radicals and boost immunity.

Activated Charcoal

No longer content to languish in your barbeque grill, charcoal is having a moment. Specifically, we’re talking about the activated variety, which is charcoal that’s been steam-heated to fire up its absorptive powers. You’ll find this magic ingredient in everything from face masks to DIY teeth-whiteners to our new Detox Bars. Why? Because it has the ability to cleanse and purify all that it touches.


We make no secret of our feelings for this sacred clarified butter and the body / spirit-loving good fats it contains. And because it lasts for months and months without going off, go ahead and order the big jar! We promise you’ll find plenty of uses for it. (Spread some on toast, stir a scoop into your coffee, stir-fry some veggies, add a bit to your grain bowl or use it to make stovetop popcorn!)

Lypo-Spheric Vitamin C

Don’t panic, but depending on the form of your supplements, you might be self-sabotaging your vitamin-taking efforts. Many Vitamin C supplements have a surprisingly low absorption rate, meaning your body can’t take advantage of all that immunity-boosting power. This Vit C is encapsulated in tiny bubbles of phospholipids called liposomes, maximizing the bioavailability of all the good stuff inside.


There’s a garden of seaweed varieties to choose from, and nori is one of our faves. You probably already know that seafaring vegetables are rich in iodine, but they also contain many vitamins, plus soluble fiber and amino acids. And research suggests they might have fat-absorption-blocking and anti-estrogenic effects. Amazon sells a number of dried seaweeds that are great for adding to salads, veggies and grain bowls (in addition to DIY-ing some sushi)—just make sure you look for options with minimal added sodium.


In addition to its gorgeous golden hue and warm spiciness, turmeric packs a wellness punch. It contains anti-inflammatory curcumin to ease joint conditions such as arthritis in addition to strengthening your immune system and supporting brain health. Buy a big bag and add it to soups, smoothies, juices, dressings and more. Pro tip: mix it with some black pepper to enhance its bioavailability.

Adult Coloring Book: Stress-Relieving Patterns

Seriously. Hear us out. While most of the products on this list are things to put into your body in pursuit of wellness, we can’t forget the health of your mind + soul. The effect of coloring the intricate patterns in this workbook is surprisingly calming and therapeutic. As the book itself instructs, there are no rules. Just color until you feel like stopping. Then you’re done. At the very least, it forces you to take a break from whatever you’re doing (particularly if that thing is stressing you out) and refocus your mind for a little while. And even when you add a rainbow set of colored pencils, it’s still cheaper than therapy.

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    “Guess What? You Can Find it On Amazon”
  • Sakara Life says:

    We’ll have to check it out!

  • Julia says:

    I love this Art History coloring book that’s handmade by a New Orleans artist – https://www.etsy.com/listing/254617073/art-history-coloring-book


  • Kirby says:

    This looks amazing! I <3 anything NOLA-related, too.

  • Rachel Roy says:

    I love the Mindfulness Coloring Book! :

  • Kirby says:

    I’ll have to try that one next!

  • Gisele says:

    These are all amazing recommendations! I also love Now’s Almond Oil as a carrier oil and makeup remover. Lovely scent and super moisturizing.

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