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Don't Let Winter Get You Down

Seasonal Affective Disorder or simply being in your feelings is heavily prevalent this season. The medical industry likes to make everything that is not in alignment with what they consider to be normal classified as a disorder. Hence, Seasonal Affective Disorder.

But it is natural to be in your feelings during the winter. This is what is meant to happen. We are inside more and in darkness. It is time to be still and reflect. Sit in our darkness and explore parts of ourselves we typically ignore or suppress. In these conversations with our darkness we learn more about ourselves and become more in tune with ourselves as a whole. Knowing yourself is only going to put you in a better position to blossom in the Spring.

Although it may seem that winter isn’t productive since it’s a time of stillness, remember productivity isn’t only shown through movement. The innerwork that is about to be done is productive and conducive to your growth. It’s courageous and bold of you. Don't down play how admirable it is to stop running from yourself. Where people could find themselves depressed or having panic attacks is if they’re either going into their dark feelings without the intention of accepting the pain and looking to learn OR they try to run from their emotions until it comes to a head and succumbs them.

The darkness is an opportunity to growth. A seed is planted under dirt and through darkness is transforms into a plant. As you go on your journey this Winter, here are some Winter essentials that’ll support you.

Magic Mineral Mud- Jungle Mama’s coffee replacer! Magic Mineral Mud helps boost your energy naturally through mineral support.


  • Excellent Blood Purifier

  • Immune System Support

  • Contains Vitamin A, C, D, E, K, and B-Complex Vitamins

  • Prevent Chronic Inflammation

  • Helps Better Store Energy From Food

  • Fights Free Radical Damage

  • Slows Down Aging Process

  • Contains Minerals: Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sulfur, Potassium, Silicon, Manganese, Selenium, Zinc, Copper

  • Skin Health

  • Slows Down Tumor Growth

  • Prevents & Fights Cancer

  • Lessens Fatigue

Hot Chaga Powder- Snuggle up to a cup of hot Chaga. It tastes so delicious and is actually healthy for you. Not to mention, kid friendly!


  • Immune Support

  • Lowers High Blood Pressure

  • Reduces High Cholesterol

  • Prevents & Fights Cancer

  • Anti-Inflammatory

Armadura- As the temperature drops, the risk of catching a cold rises. Stay protected with Armadura. It is a beautiful blend of immune protective herbs like clove, ginger, elderberry and more.


  • Anti-inflammatory, Antioxidant, Antiviral, and Antibacterial Properties.

  • Enhances Immune Response

  • Helps the Body Fight Cold & Flu

  • Fights Against Infection

Tranquil Akili- We could be facing some emotional or trying days. As they come, we don’t want to let them rule us. Keep a calm mind in tough times and tranquilize your anxiety with Tranquil Akili.


  • Relieve Anxiety & Depression

  • Sleep Aid (Treats Sleeping Disorders; Restlessness, Disturbed Sleep, Tension, etc.)

  • Mild Sedative

  • Blood Purifier

  • Pain Relief (Headaches & Stiffness)

Jungle Bush & Jungle Wood It is cuddle season! Why not step it up with some sensual herbs that can increase your sex drive, improve your performance and pleasure,

Benefits of Jungle Bush:

  • Strengthen Sexual Organs

  • Boost Sexual Drive & Potency

  • Hormonal Balance

  • Dissolves Kidney Stones

  • Dissolves Calcium Deposits in Soft Tissues

  • Cleanse Lymphatic System

  • Cleanse the Blood

  • High Source of Iodine & Iron

Benefits of Jungle Wood:

  • Address Sexually Transmitted Diseases

  • Kill Parasites

  • Treat Skin Conditions

  • Supports Testosterone Levels

  • Strengthen the Sexual Organs

  • Boost Sexual Desire and Potency

  • Reverse Erectile Impotence

Some other herbs for the Winter are Blue Vervain and Damiana. Both of these will support emotional health, quality sleep, and relieve stress.

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