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Newsletter Feb 16 2010
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Greenbush Bio-Chelated Extracts: Full medicinal strength in an alcohol-free extract. Until Bio-Chelation there was simply no good way to make a potent alcohol-free extract. Greenbush alcohol free extracts begin with organic alcohol regardless of whether the final product contains alcohol or not. After finishing the first step in the plant extraction, an additional step is performed to remove the alcohol. This is done by utilizing a proprietary cold extraction process called Bio-Chelation Bio-Chelation describes the cold process vacuum distillation method, which removes all the alcohol initially used to obtain the good herbal extract.

Holistically Balanced Herbal Extracts: It is important to note that a cold extraction process, as opposed to a heat extraction process, helps maintain the full spectrum, or Holistic BalanceTM of the plant''s constituents in the final product. The end-result is an alcohol-free extract containing the essential properties of the complete herb in a base of vegetable glycerin and water. (Vegetable glycerin is used because it can help to bind certain plant constituents, is natural to the body, easily absorbed, tastes sweet without affecting blood sugar levels, and acts as a good solvent and carrier for the plant constituents).

Avoid Complicated Formulas.  “These are the "kitchen sink" supplements, products that have as many as 20 herbs in a tablet or capsule. It''s hard enough to get an active does of one herb into a single tablet or capsule, much less 20 active doses of 20 different herbs. Bottom line: They just don''t work.

Prevention Magazine

"Cured My PMS!"

Greenbush customer Maya Talisman was so amazed by how a few herbs could improve her life that she contacted First for Women magazine and they did a story on her.  Click the picture to read the Story.

Other Popular Sexual Herbs:
     Researchers in a Stanford University study investigated Yohimbe's long time reputation as an aphrodisiac. This study had subjects experiencing a 90% increase in sexual desire, in less than one hour. Yohimbe is now the only herb listed in the ³The Physicans² Desk Reference Book as a natural ³aphrodisiac for both men and women. Yohimbe has long been known to help impotent men to achieve and maintain erections. Dr. Christian Barnard, the famous heart transplant surgeon, has reported that three out of four heart transplant patients who used Yohimbe experienced the immediate return of sexual potency.

     In the South Pacific today kava is served as a beverage, usually consumed at dusk before the evening meal because islanders feel a full stomach can inhibit its effects. After drinking, people typically eat smaller amounts of food because kava tends to decrease the appetite. And while some islanders have described the taste of kava as cool and refreshing, most who have tasted it find it has a bitter flavor with a temporary numbing effect on the tongue and inside of the mouth. Many have compared the kava drink to a western cocktail and today Pacific island residents often visit their local kava bar.  The relaxing, euphoric effect of the herb makes it one of the world's foremost sexual enhancers. 
Cinnamon is one of the world's most common and popular spices but until recent surprising research few people considered it a medicinal herb. However, delving into the history of the herb reveals that its use as a medicine ranges from ancient Egypt through the Bubonic Plague. Even the modern research was prompted by reports of people controlling diabetes, cutting cholesterol levels in half, and wiping out belly fat. Further research indicates the herb improves brain function and is a sexual stimulant. What's not to like? Much like ginger root and turmeric, we seem to have another common herb that would deserve wonder drug status if it were made by a drug company. The popularity of cinnamon as a health supplement is soaring as the research pours in supporting the claims.

Free Love Tea.  Read All About It. 
For the rest of the month we are offering a free 50 bag pack of our popular Love Tea as well as information and comments on using sexually stimulating herbs to improve health, vitality and a satisfying love life without the side effects of the pharmaceutical drugs. We hope that you will take advantage of this offer and share your comments. The herbs in this tea are perfectly compatible with breast enhancement, weight loss and cellulite programs.

Love Tea is an aromatic blend with a wonderfully stimulating flavor and bouquet, a delightful prelude to a romantic evening. It is a favorite because of the flavor and aroma, but the real value is in the carefully selected aphrodesiac herbs; Damiana, Muira puama, Sarsaparillo, Eluethero, along with flavorful Ginger, Rosemary, Blackberry and Rose. So use the coupon and tell your friends. Anyone can use the coupon with any order.

Simply use this coupon code while placing your order: lovetea. Just shop for your items as you normally would. When you hit the "check out" button there will be a box for the coupon code. Enter lovetea
and your free tea will be included with your order. (This appears as a 1 cent discount on the order).  Ends February 28th.  Read on for customer comments:                                                                                                        Love Tea Comments:

"Wow! Wow! We never had problems. We just tried the tea for fun. What a kick!"

"We love the LOve tea. We're back for more. Now just the smell of it gets things going."

"I use your Desire formula and got my husband the Male Vitality and they are both working great. Thanks so much for an effective natural product. We recommend Greenbush to everyone. We drink the love tea too!"

"My girlfriend and I share a cup of Love tea before bed. It is relaxing and stimulating at the same time. Thanks for a great tasting tea."

"I just wanted to take a minute to let you know again how much I appreciate your herbs! My husband and I have tried the Yerba Mate tea and love it. The taste is great and it really seems to be of benefit to us. I have been using the enhancement blend for a while now and am enjoying the benefits. The Love tea is the best! Don't ever stop making it! We will be customers forever."

Fenugreek: It isn't just for Breast Enhancement.

For years now women who have been using fenugreek for breast enhancement have reported increases in sexual desire- often dramatic increases. The hormone balancing effect of the herb is responsible. Low libido is often the result of hormone fluctuations in women. Here is a comment from a husband who's wife has had a revival with fenugreek...

"Jen, is 40 yo and is taking two Fenugreek capsules three times per day plus a half pint of soya milk topped up with two cups per day of Fenugreek tea ( a teaspoonful of powder added to ordinary tea ) for the purpose of breast enlargement, but she began to notice some unexpected changes. After only four days there was a huge increase in libido and vaginal wetness, and within the first month her erogenous zones became more sensitive to stimulation including her nipples, ( which had never been particularly sensitive before ) and was able to become aroused and wet just by having them stimulated, she was also able to reach orgasm much more easily than before and orgasms were more intense, she did not fatigue easily and could reach orgasm every day and no longer suffered from pain before or after intercourse as she did before. Vaginal internal "plumpness" and "openness" improved, periods became regular without any "spotting" in between. Finally after four months her breasts feel and look fuller but with all those other benificial effects we considered that a bonus! I hope this letter is'nt thought to be too graphic or explicit but we wanted to share this information. My wife was feeling 20 years younger, what more can I say! Regards, John,,,,,,"

Comments on Assorted Other Sexual Herbs

"Another order from me -- I think this makes 5 or so? Honestly, your products work. I'm really amazed by them, and am continually impressed by your customer service and obvious integrity as a company."

"I hope you are well. I have been on the penis enlargement program and I'll give you a quick update. I am doing well, but took time off from the herbs to try a product called "E-long-ate" for 90 days. I continued the exercises, but went to every other day. After gaining about 1" in length and some girth using the Greenbush herbs, I saw no further results from the E-long-ate. I have been back on the herbs for a couple of months, without the exercises, and just started the exercises back up in the last couple of days. I'm thinking 2-3 more months and I'll stop it there, although I would like to add one more inch and some additional girth if it's possible. So we'll see. Thanks for your help and advice."

"I am using your (Male Enlargement) formula and I'm getting great gains from it. Again your formula works great and have been using it for some time now. Keep up the great work !!! A Faithful customer"

"I have always used Greenbush Yohimbe and Avena Sativa, a dropper of each, with great success. I recently changed to the Vitality formula. Even better. Keep up the good work!"

(From Yahoo! Merchant Ratings) "I was extremely impressed by all aspects of my purchase from Greenbush. I contacted the company by e-mail prior to making my purchase with questions comparing their concentrated green tea to another highly advertised, but much more expensive, brand and received almost an immediate response with concrete points of comparison. After the sale, I had additional questions and, again, received a prompt personal response. I understandably questioned, before the purchase, their Male Vitality liquid concentrate as an alternative to Viagra and decided to try it because Viagra gives me headaches and e-mail response I received was encouraging. At least for me, the Male Vitality product has worked great during a two week break in period."
Understanding Phytoestrogens

Battling the Drug Companies.

Drug companies make billions of dollars every year selling synthetic hormones in spite of the alarming risks associated with the drugs.  Natural plant estrogens and isoflvaones are a healthy  and inexpensive alternative that more women need to know about. 

-Phytoestrogens are plant compounds that mimic estrogen in your body.

-Phytoestrogens do not raise estrogen levels. In fact, they have been shown to lower estrogen levels by washing estrogen out of the system in women who are experiencing estrogen dominance, or overly high estrogen levels. Conversly, they replace estrogen in women who have a deficiency. This is what is meant by the "balancing" effect of phytoestrogenic herbs.

-Countries where diets are high in phytoestrogens have much lower rates of breast cancer and hormonal problems such as PMS and hot flashes.

-Studies have shown that phytoestrogens can reduce the risk of breast cancer, balance hormones, treat PMS and menopausal sypmtoms and improve general health.

-As a natural treatment for PMS and menopause, phytoestrogens do not carry the risks associated with synthetic hormonal drugs that have been shown to increase the risk of cancer and heart disease.
Greenbush Red Clover and Soy Isoflavones...
Made from Non-GMO (Non-Genetically Modified Organisms) Soy. Standardized to contain a total minimum of 40mg of Isoflavones including Genistein, Daidzein, Glycitein, Biochanin-A and Formononetin.

The Research and Health Benefits .

Red Clover Soy Isoflavone Benefits and Uses:
Fighting Cancer, Preventing Cancer, Lowering Cholesterol, Preventing Heart Disease, Dandruff, Endometriosis, PMS and Menopausal Symptoms, Hot Flashes, Osteoporosis, Shingles and Warts.

Dr. James Duke, author of the book "The Green Pharmacy" and former herbal researcher with the FDA had this to say about soy; "Soybeans, like most, if not all, commonly eaten beans, contain several compounds called phytoestrogens. These compounds mimic the effect of the body''s own estrogen, but with a milder punch than the real hormone. Since many breast tumors seem to need the hormone estrogen to grow, some speculate that phytoestrogens might inhibit tumor growth" Dr. Duke also comments, "Soybeans also are touted to alleviate the symptoms of menopause, when a woman''s natural production of estrogen slows down, and, "one cup of soybeans contains about the same amount of phytoestrogens as one tablet of Premarin, the much stronger synthetic estrogen that is often prescribed in hormone replacement therapy." These phyto-estrogens are among those that contribute to the breast enhancing effects. Soy Isoflavones are a wonderful addition for breast enhancment and general breast health.

Isoflavone Research:

The most well studied phytoestrogens are the isoflavones found in soy and red clover.

Heart Disease, Cholesterol and Cancer: Intake of soy protein has been found to help reduce total cholesterol and LDL while increasing HDL ("good" cholesterol). In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration allows products that contain at least 6.25 grams of soy protein per serving and are low in fats and cholesterol to declare that they can help reduce the risk of heart disease.

Breast Health: Soy isoflavones, which happen to be antioxidants, may also help prevent breast and prostate cancer. Isoflavones have an anti-estrogen effect when the body''s estrogen levels are high because isoflavones and estrogen compete for estrogen receptors. This may help explain the lower incidence of breast cancer in populations with higher intakes of soy foods and a possible beneficial effect of isoflavones in treating cyclical mastalgia (breast pain associated with the menstrual cycle).

PMS and Menopausal Symptoms: Soy specifically has been shown to significantly reduce menopausal symptoms such as "hot flashes". Both red clover and soy isoflavones may improve the elasticity of blood vessels in menopausal and peri-menopausal women.

Greenbush Natural Products
E-mail: greenbushherbs@gmail.com

February Newsletter II