America – The Land of the Free and Home of the…SUPPLEMENTS! Its true. North America along with Asia lead in the supplement usage, which is great. What’s not so great is that sometimes there are too many options. It’s hard to know what to pick, especially if you are prone to inflammation.
Enter Baski Supplements – Honeybush Extract.
Founded by Jose Bascaran (JB) after he was diagnosed with a mild case of psoriasis. Due to the pain and discomfort, he tried multiple remedies to relieve it, with no such luck. As a result, he set out on a path to find an alternative treatment.
His research led him to uncover a special ingredient found in tea. This particular ingredient Honeybush was from a natural South African plant.
Filled with anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, he knew this would be something big.
After working with a nutritionist and scientist he created a natural concentrated extract, incorporating Honeybush into a capsule form. Known as tea in a capsule.
Honeybush Extract is an FDA approved tea concentrated supplement that relieves skin flare-ups and irritations, such as psoriasis and eczema. It’s also said to improve the immune system by providing antioxidants, and protecting from oxidative stress, which can lead to cell damage.
As a huge tea fan, I’ve already had a weeks worth and so far, so good. I’m really excited to compare the results.
If you suffer from psoriasis, eczema, inflammation or are prone to skin breakouts, these capsules are there to help control and alleviate the pain.
Fast Facts –
- 100% tea based
- ALL NATURAL and caffeine free
- Allergen free <– love this!
- Gluten free
- Comes from a real plant – called Cyclopia
- Strictly tested in their lab, includes a Certificate of Analysis
- No side effects
- *Not recommended for children
To learn more about Honeybush Extract capsules visit their website – https://honeybushextract.com/pages/about or check out their insta below!
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