These days, it is almost impossible to meet a person who has not – to some degree – been a victim of Big Pharma. Modern medicine is really good at addressing things like broken bones, open cuts, or difficult childbirth (you just can’t really treat a broken leg with a bag of herbs and meditation). That said, many health issues can be treated in a more gentle way than popping a handful of toxic, chemical pills, with a laundry list of side effects.

It is always very refreshing to meet someone with a shared mindset, similar values, and a shared passion for things in life. We are very lucky there are still people in this world who share our vision to keep this gentle, more natural healing approach alive despite the skepticism of both medical professionals and (miseducated) patients. Watch the video below of Spencer Feldman, interviewed by Martin Pytela, Founder of Life Enthusiast, and you can see that it was a true meeting of the minds and they had a blast! Spencer is the brilliant mind behind Remedy Link, a company that makes and distributes unique detoxification and rejuvenation products. All of their products are made with organic or wildcrafted herbal ingredients, essential oils, minerals, and organic cocoa butter, and they are made to help with heavy metal detoxification, liver and gallbladder cleanses, lymphatic flushes, to eliminate parasites, to reduce inflammation, and to reduce scar tissue.

In this exciting interview, you will learn details about each product Spencer created, why he created them, and what to expect if and when you decide to try them. Martin asks all of the questions you might want to know, about the benefits, dosage, and also what to expect when using these products. By watching this video, you have a wonderful opportunity to learn a lot from one of the brilliant minds who makes it possible to heal with alternatives to toxic chemicals. You will learn about the amazing effects and benefits of suppositories, and why is it more effective to use certain supplements as a suppository rather than orally. You will learn astounding facts about parasites, microbes, coffee enemas, liver detox, scar tissue, and more! You will learn how to detox safely in order to resolve your current health problems, and also prevent future issues from developing. Prevention is much easier and cheaper than a treatment. And on top of that, we have a coupon code “ENTHUSIAST” for free shipping on your Remedy Link order, in case you are intrigued enough to try some of these products!

Health is not a privilege limited to a lucky few, health is your basic right and the preferred state of your body. If you treat your body well, it will respond very quickly. We are happy to give you all of the information and help we possibly can, but the rest is up to you! Check out Martin’s interview with Spencer and uncover yet another layer of health secrets you have a right to know! This video is packed with information from beginning to end, and after watching and listening, you will be armed with greater knowledge to make informed choices in your health care! Gentle detox, better circulation, liver and gallbladder support, prostate care, lymphatic congestion, healing of scar tissue, and more is addressed in this fascinating interview. No gimmicks, no tricks, just real solutions for real people like you! Click the links below to watch the video and learn more about these health affirming tools!

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Mar
21

Job’s Tears

by Nina Vachkova

Have you ever heard about Job’s tears, adlay, hato mugi, coix seed, tear grass, or coix lacryma-jobi? These are all names for a tropical, naturally gluten free grain of the Poaceae grass family (which also includes corn, barley, sorghum, oats, millet, and rye).  This plant is native to Southeast Asia, but today it is also grown in the Southern US. In Asian supermarkets, you can find it as Chinese Pearl barley, but it is actually not the same as regular barley at all. These seeds are over 10% water, 18% protein, and around 7% fat. Traditional Chinese medicine has known and made use of Job’s tears for many years, and it has been used to support the bladder and spleen, and to help with symptoms of arthritis, allergies, and even diarrhea. Read the rest of this post

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Feb
06

Stay Cool: The Healing Power of Cold

by Nina Vachkova

I was born in a small town in the mountains, where winter lasts seven months of the year (we used to joke about only having two seasons each year: winter and a hell-of-a-winter), and I lived there for 25 years of my life. Winter is my favorite season! I don’t really mind being cold, I actually prefer it over crazy high summer temperatures. I would much rather put on two more pairs of socks and a sweater than drown in my own sweat in the summer heat, unable to take off anything more. The only thing I really despise is cold water. I would much rather stand naked in a pile of snow than brush my teeth using cold water (I know snow is wet as well, but it is not the same thing!). So when I learned about the health benefits of ice cold baths and showers, I thought to myself: why does it always have to be something uncomfortable? Read the rest of this post

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Jan
24

Maca Root – Peruvian Treasure

by Nina Vachkova

Maca root (Lepidium Meyenii) grows high in the Andes of Peru, as high as 11,000 feet above sea level. It is one of the oldest and most resilient plants on the planet. It grows in places where no other plants survive, because of extreme climatic conditions in high altitudes. This member of the brassica family has long leaves around 15cm tall, the root itself looks very much like beetroot, and is usually 2-8 cm. There are a few botanical varieties of maca that differ in color of the root, from white, to pale pink, grey, purple, yellow, or even black. Some look more like potatoes, some are more similar to beets or radishes. The name Maca comes from the native word Ma-ca, meaning food from the highlands that gives strength. Maca has been used by native Peruvians for thousands of years – it can be documented back to around 3800 B.C. and it was cultivated for both its nutritional and medicinal value. Much later, in 1549 A.D., the Spanish explorer Captain de Soto received Maca as a gift from the Peruvians and brought it to Europe. Read the rest of this post

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Jan
24

Chlorella Power

by Nina Vachkova

Green supplements have been growing in popularity since the mid-1980s. It is a wonderful thing that people have started paying more attention to the origin of their food and supplements, and that they are turning to natural sources more often, prioritizing quality over price. Words like superfoods, organic, or 100% natural might seem like buzzwords and marketing strategies, but there is some true healing magic to natural, bio-available nutrients. Commercial supplements are often full of unnecessary ingredients like artificial sweeteners, fillers, colorings, or just gluten and soy (these, even though perfectly natural, are not a healthy option). The word superfood is randomly thrown around and misused to label the newest food-lab creation as something miraculous. We also learned about the health benefits of algae. Chlorella carries all three labels on its shoulders: it is a common ingredient in greens supplements, a superfood, and an algae. Some people praise and swear by it, while others say it is just a scam, but this is generally by those uncomfortable with anything outside of the bubble of modern western medicine. Read the rest of this post

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